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Celebrity Chef Sued By Certification Organization Over “Gluten-Free” Labelling

USA - November 15 2017 Last month, gluten intolerance advocacy group Gluten Intolerance Group ("GIG") sued celebrity chef Jamie Oliver for trademark infringement and unfair...

Andrew Levad.


Chipped Away: Frito-Lay Removes “All Natural” Label from Products Containing GMOs

USA - November 14 2017 The plaintiffs in a five year old consumer class action against Frito-Lay North America and its parent company PepsiCo, Inc. got their wish earlier...

Andrew Levad.


New York Ballot Selfie Ban Upheld For Now

USA - November 13 2017 In the first iteration of what is expected to be a hot constitutional issue, a Federal court in New York upheld New York's ban on ballot-box selfies...

Andrew Levad.


SCOTUS Denies Review of Indiana Anti-Robocall Law

USA - November 10 2017 The U.S. Supreme Court denied nonprofit Patriotic Veterans, Inc.'s petition for review of Indiana's ban on the use of technology that automatically...

Andrew Levad.


Ka-pow! 9th Circuit Finds Social Media Gag Order Unconstitutional in COMIC CON Trademark Dispute

USA - November 9 2017 In a previous post, we analyzed the battle over the trademark COMIC CON, which is owned by the San Diego Comic Convention (SDCC) but has been used by...

Andrew Levad.