Unfair trade

Ninth Circuit dismisses the motion to dismiss in the pressure cooker case

A California Federal District Court recently dismissed an insurer’s motion to dismiss a manufacturer’s warranty claim on the grounds that an “unfair competition” exclusion barred coverage for an action alleging breaches of the law. Colorado Consumer Protection Act. The court allowed the lawsuit because the exclusion did not clearly, explicitly …

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Boston cab drivers lose battle with Uber on first circuit

A federal judge sided with Uber in 2019, saying they had not acted blatantly and were relying on city officials who approved their rideshare app to work in the city . In December, taxi drivers appealed to the First Circuit in hopes of a reversal, but it was unanimously dismissed …

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As Xavien Howard’s hold persists, Dolphins deal with four cornerbacks

Getty Images Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard is in the building, but he still wants out. And he’s still not training. At some point, the Dolphins need another body on the ground to position. To this end, the dolphins brought four cornerbacks for practice Thursday. Via Armando Salguero de la Miami …

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Louisville CBP Seizes Three Shipments Worth Over $ 5.5 Million In Two Days

LOUISVILLE, Ky—U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers in Louisville intercepted three shipments on July 30 and 31 containing counterfeit jewelry and watches worth more than $ 5.59 million. On July 30, the first two packages were seized. One shipment contained 580 counterfeit pieces of David Yurman jewelry. If real, …

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Questions and Answers: August 3

CHRIS HANN FROM SARASOTA, FL: Troy Polamalu was one of the most unique superstars to play in the NFL. My favorite game of Polamalu’s career was his interception of his former roommate – Carson Palmer – and then his return of the ball for a touchdown in which he crushed …

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Bar sued for game in which customers hammer nails into stump

Throwing darts is good. Throwing axes is pretty straightforward. But if your bar game is all about nailing a stump, things could get tricky. A Minnesota bar has been charged with infringing the trademarks of another company by allowing patrons to participate in driving nails. According to the lawsuit, the …

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Stillwater ax throwing club sued for use of Hammer-Schlagen bar set – Twin Cities

Officials at WRB Inc., a Stillwater company that owns the trademark for Hammer-Schlagen, a game in which several contestants try to hammer a nail into a stump, have sued a Stillwater ax throwing club. The lawsuit alleges that the Lumberjack Co., located in downtown Stillwater, engaged in “illegal, unfair or …

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Affiliate RSS suggests changes in consumer protection e-commerce rules

Swadeshi Jagaran Manch (SJM) on Wednesday suggested a series of amendments to the proposed rules for consumer protection on e-commerce and said the government must also take steps to protect traders and service providers associated with e-commerce. e-commerce giants. In its suggestions to the Department of Consumer Affairs, affiliate RSS …

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Plane Co. failed to file export documents, according to Hemp Co.

Law360 (July 20, 2021, 10:20 p.m. EDT) – A hemp distributor who claims U.S. Customs and Border Protection unfairly seized and destroyed a shipment of his product has filed a lawsuit against the charter airline that was carrying the shipment, alleging that he failed to file the documents necessary for …

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Why the United States must strengthen the retraining of workers victims of unfair trade

When Goodyear closed its Tennessee manufacturing plant and fired Ray Spangler a decade ago, he moved his shocked family about 330 miles so he could work at the company’s Gadsden, Alabama plant. . Goodyear also closed that factory last year, after moving most of the work to Mexico, leaving Spangler …

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