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A consumer is suing a New York gas company, alleging it called individuals soliciting services without prior consent.
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Last year, the San Diego convention sent a cease and desist letter demanding that the Salt Lake Comic Con stop all use of the words 'comic con.'
A popular review website is facing allegations that its food ordering website doesn't pass along tips to delivery drivers.
A tobacco company secretly included asbestos in one of its cigarette brands in the 1950s and caused a woman's mesothelioma, her lawsuit says.
The maker of a toaster pastry brand is being sued for allegedly not making the product with real fruit and still advertising that it does.
Advertisements broadcasted by a subscription-based television company constitute a “bait and switch” by the business, a lawsuit said.
Current deputy commissioner for patent examination policy will replace newly retired Margaret 'Peggy' Focarino
Eight individuals are suing a New York catering service, alleging it withheld tips of employees even though it charged venues gratuities.
Three individuals are suing a heating and cooling manufacturer, alleging sale of defective systems to residents.