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By Jordyn Eisenpress
Missguided did not respond, appear, or otherwise defend the case.
By Mma H. Afoaku
There's no denying that college sports are big business. However, under current National Collegiate Athletic Association rules, student-athletes are unable to earn compensation from their own name, image, and likeness.
By Rachel Santori
This case highlights that what happens in the PTO often comes up in litigation and, as it did here, can have a very persuasive effect.
By Edward Rosenthal
In my post earlier this week, I described how one SDNY judge (Oetken) sanctioned copyright plaintiff's lawyer Richard Liebowitz and his firm nearly $100,000 for making a frivolous motion to disqualify an expert witness.
By Terri Seligman
This case concerns plaintiff's purchase of a $10 bottle of Nivea "Skin Firm­ing Hydration Body Lotion."
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The Federal Trade Commission just announced that it has closed its investigation into whether Canada Goose may have made false or misleading representations about the treatment of geese
By Wendy Schechter
As we previously posted, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) – the entity that runs New York City's public transportation system – rejected advertising for sex toys designed for women.
By Edward Rosenthal
The disqualification motion arose from Craig's contention that he had disclosed confidential information to the expert.
By Lily Roos
Earlier this week, the Second Circuit held that Donald Trump violated the First Amendment when he blocked several Twitter users from his @realDonaldTrump Twitter account.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
As part of a new advertising campaign on social media, the Italian airline Alitalia released a series of videos promoting flights to Washington, D.C.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
In May, we reported that the United States Department of Health and Human Services finalized a new rule that requires most television commercial advertising for prescription drugs to disclose their list prices.
By Terri Seligman
It's been a dry spell for my subway series: I haven't seen many good ads to riff on for a while now. This morning, though, I saw an ad with this claim: "The internet's top-rated sheets delivered right to your door."
By Matthew R.D. Vittone
If you've ever tried to buy tickets online to a concert, sports game or play, you're probably familiar with a host of typical frustrations. How has the event already sold out when tickets have just gone on sale?
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Mississippi recently enacted a new law restricting the manner in which producers of plant-based meat-alternative products can label their foods.
By Wendy Stryker
The New York State Senate and Assembly recently passed a bill adding substantial additional protections for employees.
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