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Gary Wade to lead Lincoln Memorial University's John J. Duncan Jr. School of Law following his Sept. 8 retirement
Computer game company alleged Nintendo's handheld gaming devices infringed its patent
A Florida dental company is accused of violating federal law when it sent fax messages to potential customers without obtaining prior permission from recipients.
A national hotel group will pay $20,000 in restitution for firing a worker because she was serving jury duty, said New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on July 21.
A New York wholesale grocer will pay the state $45,000 for allegedly firing employees were got injured on “preventable accidents,” said New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Wednesday.
A health care company will pay the state of Maryland $45 million to avoid legal action after it failed to build a proper health care exchange website for the state, said Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on July 21.
A Colorado company is being sued for allegedly targeting military members and their families by offering goods and services on credit, said Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman on July 17.
Company argues poor searches for 'prior art' can result in bad patents
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was “arbitrary and capricious” in proposing a regional haze federal implementation plan, said Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge on July 16.
Judge Phyllis Hamilton cited U.S. Supreme Court's ruling last year in Alice Corp.