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Judge Forrest: Vegetarian Who Unwittingly Bought Fries Cooked in Beef Tallow Not “Injured” for Purposes of NY’s Consumer Fraud Law

USA - January 19 2018 In an opinion today, Judge Forrest dismissed a class action brought by a vegetarian who alleged she bought fries and mozzarella sticks at Buffalo Wild...


Judge Daniels Dismisses Emoluments Case Against President Trump on Standing Grounds

USA - December 21 2017 In an opinion today, Judge Daniels dismissed on standing grounds a suit challenging President Trump’s business dealings under the so-called Foreign...


Judge Carter Vacates Ruling at Both Sides’ Request To Facilitate Settlement

USA - December 13 2017 In a case concerning a loan default, Judge Carter agreed today to vacate a prior ruling finding that the borrower (the National Bank of Liberia) had...


Complaint: Call of Duty Video Game Infringes Trademarks by Pervasively Featuring Humvees

USA - November 8 2017 In a complaint filed yesterday, the makers of Humvee branded vehicles (AM General) accused the makers of the Call of Duty video games of trademark...


Judge Failla Refuses to Preliminarily Enjoin Ezekiel Elliott Suspension

USA - October 30 2017 In an opinion this evening, Judge Failla denied a motion from the NFL Players Association (“NFLPLA”), on behalf of Cowboys running back Ezekiel...

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