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Company patents drying process, deemed a 'troll' by national home builders group

SEATTLE (Legal Newsline) - Hundreds of home builders in the Pacific Northwest have been put on notice that if they use a dehumidifier to dry rain-damaged projects, they are infringing on a patent recently issued to a father and son who claim they invented the process.

Jepsen warns of IRS scam


Biden issues Bitcoin advisory to investors

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Mo. AG says auto shop sold stolen vehicles


Mo. AG wants EPA to test for radiological contamination at landfill


West-Ward Pharmaceuticals settles with Texas, feds for $10M


Class action filed against Revlon over 'DNA Advantage'

CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. (Legal Newsline) - Revlon Consumer Products Corporation is being sued for alleged false advertising of its "DNA Advantage" products in federal court.

New Del. legislation would protect servicemembers while on duty

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Physician group settles overbilling allegations with Wash. AG


PR Newswire makes policy formal, won't deliver to high-frequency traders


Four financing companies settle with N.Y. AG over interest rates


TLR endorses two GOP Texas legislature candidates in upcoming runoffs

AUSTIN, Texas (Legal Newsline) - For the upcoming May 27 primary runoff, a legal reform group has endorsed two Republican candidates seeking election to the Texas Legislature.

LNL reporter turned away from N.Y. trial lawyers event featuring Braley


Calif. AG settles with eBay for $4M over alleged no-poach agreement with Intuit


Debt collector shutting down after agreement with N.Y. AG


Chicago construction company settles whistleblower suit for $12M


Wash. AG files suit over crowdfunding campaign


FIRST Insurance settles with Mass. AG for $200K


Mostyn, other trial lawyers spending big on Crist's campaign in Florida

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Legal Newsline) - No matter what political banner he decides to run under, Charlie Crist, the Democratic candidate for Florida governor this time around, can count on trial lawyers pouring millions into his coffers.

Fourth Circuit won't sanction asbestos attorneys despite legal 'ping-pong match'

RICHMOND, Va. (Legal Newsline) - A federal appeals judge recently authored a dissent backing a beauty supply manufacturer, arguing the plaintiffs' attorneys acted with misconduct through a legal "ping-pong match" by claiming they had evidence, denying that same evidence and then claiming it again when the statements best suited their cause.