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NJ to seek revocation of health care service registration from firm

NEWARK, N.J. (Legal Newsline) – Acting Attorney General for the state of New Jersey Robert Lougy’s office announced this week that the state’s Division of Consumer Affairs is seeking revocation of a business in Ocean City.

Internet marketing training company to cease Iowa solicitation

DES MOINES, Iowa (Legal Newsline) – Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller announced at the end of March that it has reached an agreement with an internet marketing and training company to cease solicitation to Iowa residents.

Iowa AG alleges consumer fraud against Success Publishers

DES MOINES, Iowa (Legal Newsline) – Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller announced this month that money-making schemes and other mail-based announcements of this kind from a New Jersey company will stop targeting state residents.

Windsor Window Company sued after defective product claims

Patricia Hillestad and Jeff Kluin filed a claim Thursday against Windsor Window Company on defective product charges to the U.S. District Court of Western Wisconsin.

Lawsuit claims Sea World mistreats its whales

A suit was filed against Sea World, LLC. with the U.S. District Court of Fla. on Thursday by Joyce Kuhl seeking refunded money paid to the company unaware of the treatment of its animals.

Novartis sues Ranbaxy for alleged patent infringement

Novartis Pharmaceuticals sued Ranbaxy, Inc. and Ranbaxy Laboratories, Ltd., on Dec. 29 over allegations of patent infringement.

Nifty Home Products sues Big Lots

Nifty Home Products, Inc., a kitchen accessory designer and retailer, sued Big Lots Stores, Inc. on Dec. 12 over allegations of patent infringement.

Dipe n' Go inventor files patent infringement suit

RMI Enterprises, LLC filed a patent infringement suit against J.L. Childress Co., Inc. and Babies "R" Us, Inc. on Dec. 12 in the U.S. District Court of Kansas.

Va. pharmacist sues Walgreens over wrongful termination allegations

A former Walgreens pharmacist sued the company on Dec. 4 over allegations of wrongful termination after she reported suspicious activity internally and to external law enforcement.

Former servers sue Tampa Gold Club for unpaid wages

Two Tampa Bay women filed a class-action lawsuit on Dec. 4 against their former employer, Tampa Gold Club, for allegedly withholding payment for hours worked and failing to pay minimum wage under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).