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  • December 07, 2021

    Lloyd's Sued Over Canceled Food Services Event Coverage

    A group of Lloyd's of London underwriters must cover a canceled Houston trade show that was to be headlined by TV personality Padma Lakshmi and race car driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., the event host told a Texas state court, saying the previous year's canceled show was covered.

  • December 07, 2021

    Court Nixes Bid To Void Fogo De Chao's Arb. Agreement

    Fogo De Chao didn't intimidate employees when it sent out an arbitration agreement to all its restaurant staff, a Texas federal judge ruled Tuesday, denying a proposed class of workers suing over tip pooling practices their request that the agreement be voided for allegedly attempting to coerce workers.

  • December 07, 2021

    DOJ Case Against Google Formally Split In Two

    The official order has come down splitting Google's upcoming antitrust monopoly trials in two, after the tech behemoth and the U.S. Department of Justice and state enforcers bringing suit convinced a D.C. federal court that getting liability out of the way first was the best way to go.

  • December 07, 2021

    5th Circ. Weighs Fair Use In School Twitter Infringement Fight

    A Fifth Circuit judge seemed unconvinced during oral arguments on Tuesday that a high school softball team's Twitter post containing a passage of a sports psychologist's book constitutes copyright infringement that merits reviving the author's lawsuit against a Texas school district.

  • December 07, 2021

    Albright Won't Increase $13M Verdict In Payment IP Trial

    Cash register manufacturer NCR Corp.'s willful infringement of payment processing patents was not so egregious as to warrant damages on top of a $13 million verdict against it, U.S. District Judge Alan D. Albright ruled Tuesday.

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