In magazines, on billboards, attached to juice cartons and online, POM Wonderful peddled its 100 percent pomegranate juice as a preventative tool in the fight against heart disease, prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction.
Competitors in emerging markets can't be allowed the advantage of pirated technology. On multiple occasions, I’ve come across images of wire and sheet metal baskets on Chinese and Indian competitors’ websites.
Millions of Americans have mistakes on their credit reports, some of which are serious enough to lower credit scores and result in worse credit offers, according to a new government study.
Consumer lawsuits filed against credit bureaus and data furnishers under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, which typically involve complaints about credit report errors, jumped to a record high of 2,249 last year, according to litigation tracking website WebRecon
Former part-time police officer sues North Versailles claiming gender ...Pittsburgh Post GazetteA Buena Vista woman sued North Versailles officials late Tuesday, claiming she was fired as a result of gender discrimination from her job as a township...
The British creator of “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” has a big cash prize coming its way, after a federal appeals court denied The Walt Disney Co.’s efforts to have a $319 million verdict overturned.
At some point, every lawyer has a client they cannot help. I’m not talking about the clients who are so guilty there is no defense. I am talking about clients who, because of some failure in the system, will not “win” their case.
Posted by Gene Fairbrother (NASE Lead Small Business Advisor) - The NASE business consultants have spoken with thousands of members about how to set their pricing, and we've put our heads together to come up with four of the top questions on how to...
ST. LOUIS (CN) - Police investigators must face claims that they coerced a murder confession from a severely mentally retarded man and planted evidence, the 8th Circuit ruled. Matthew Livers filed a civil rights complaint alongside...
Guest post by Joshua Baron How would you rate your most recent interaction with an opposing lawyer? Chances are that if you are a criminal lawyer, it was a lot more pleasant than if you practice other areas of law.
A federal judge thinks lawyers might have produced porn to troll for copyright violators. He’s not happy. Continue reading » Follow Above the Law on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.Tags: Alan Cooper, Benchslaps, Brett Gibbs, Brett L.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has settled its suit with a law firm and one of its former partners over Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel's role in helping plan a new family court at 15th and Arch Streets in Philadelphia.
It’s been quite some time since we last wrote in great detail about wedding litigation; in fact, it’s been almost a year. Could that possibly mean that the bridezillas of the world have been happy with how their magical days have turned out?