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Arby’s Restaurant Group Inc. was slapped with a proposed class action in Georgia federal court Thursday alleging that the fast-food chain’s lacking data security measures left the door open for a breach that went undetected for nearly three months, leaving consumers’ information compromised.
The Fifth Circuit on Thursday denied Koch Foods of Mississippi LLC’s request that it rehear an order finding that the company cannot compel the release of identifying visa application information on employees who have brought a sexual harassment suit against it, in a win for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Comedy legend Dan Aykroyd on Thursday told a California federal jury that a tequila company had ripped off his Crystal Head Vodka brand’s unique skull-shaped bottle, pulling out a ruler to dissect what he said are obvious similarities between the two bottles.
A Delaware Chancery judge ruled Thursday that an indemnification agreement the former president of Southern China Livestock Inc., which was put into receivership after abandoning the U.S. markets, struck was binding and blocks him from breach of fiduciary duty claims from the company’s receiver.
A Pennsylvania federal judge on Wednesday refused to dismiss an employment discrimination suit from a former pet food company employee that claimed her ex-boss’ wife, who was also an employee, sexually harassed her, saying the amended complaint sets forth plausible same-sex sexual harassment and gender discrimination claims.