Unfair trade

Massachusetts auto lender agrees to pay $5.5 million to resolve claims it failed to provide compliant deficiency notices

Another auto lender recently agreed to pay millions of dollars to resolve allegations by the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office that it failed to provide compliant notices of deficiency following auto repossessions by Commonwealth consumers. A copy of the Termination Insurance entered into by Santander Consumer USA Inc. can be found …

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Derek Carr closely monitoring Raiders’ free agency plans

Article Highlights: Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr has high hopes for the 2022 offseason The three-time Pro Bowl selection told reporters he was already considering signing a contract extension and the Silver and Black could add in free agency. If the Raiders are wise, they will extend Carr and …

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Lloyd’s wins judgment in death of nutritional supplement

A federal appeals court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit brought against Lloyd’s of London in the case of a man whose death was attributed to ingesting a dietary supplement banned by the Federal Drug Administration. The FDA had already banned DMAA, an amphetamine derivative marketed in athletic performance …

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How China is Using Tax Policies to Defend Its Rare Earth Monopoly — Quartz

China’s dominance in the global rare earth industry is formidable. It accounts for nearly 60% of the world’s total critical element mining production, controls about 85% of global processing capacity, and manufactures nearly 90% of all rare-earth permanent magnets. A key factor that has helped China establish and maintain dominance …

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A warning to franchisors? FTC Reporting Tool Adds Franchise-Specific Complaint Section – Corporate/Commercial Law

Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale United States: A warning to franchisors? FTC Reporting Tool Adds Franchise-Specific Complaint Section February 21, 2022 Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. Franchisors beware: …

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Is NSE run like a private club for the benefit of a privileged few?

All of this was done under the instructions of an unknown yogi, as related in the SEBI order. Chitra Ramkrishna, the former CEO and Managing Director of NSE, was guided by a yogi residing in the Himalayas for the nomination of Anand Subramanian. Ramkrishna referred to the unknown yogi as …

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How the BOC can win the war on smuggling

A proven anti-smuggling structure (it reduced the smuggling rate by 25% and 32% at the time – twice, to be exact – it was operational) must be reinstated immediately. With the expected ratification of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), which will allow more subsidized agricultural products to enter our …

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Trump news today: Ex-president’s first statement since accountant cut ties blames ‘vicious bullying tactics’

Stormy Daniels obliquely denies writing a statement on the Trump case Former President Donald Trump has released his first statement since his accounting firm Mazars USA severed ties. The former president’s longtime accounting firm dropped him as a client, writing in a court filing that a decade of Donald Trump’s …

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Upset bride to get Rs 50,000 refund from wedding photo company

Six months before her wedding date, Nerul resident Neha Karangutkar had hired the services of a wedding photography company for the wedding and haldi ceremonies which were to take place in March 2019. She had even rented a private yacht at India Gate for her planned pre-wedding shoot at an …

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QB-Needy teams should wait for 2023 draft, not play on first-round prospects now | Launderer’s report

Sportswire/Getty Images icon In the big B/R chart heading into the 2022 NFL Draft, there are seven quarterbacks in the top 150. That’s exactly as many as there were in 2021. The big difference? Last year, four quarterbacks were ranked in the top 10 and had ratings of 8.7 (immediate …

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10th Cir. Ruling bolsters dismissal of climate suit, Connecticut says

By Clark Mindock (February 10, 2022, 8:43 PM EST) – An appeals court ruling that remanded a Colorado weather liability lawsuit to state court is expected to guide Second Circuit decision-making for a case similarly filed by Connecticut, the state argued. Connecticut on Wednesday pointed to the recent Tenth Circuit …

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The cost of living crisis is hitting household confidence; UK trade with Germany plummets – business live | Business

Hello and welcome to our ongoing coverage of the global economy, financial markets, eurozone and business. British businesses missed a rebound in trade with Germany last year as Brexit friction and the pandemic continue to weigh on the economy. New data from the Federal Statistical Office show that UK imports …

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Warning from a retailer about deleting customer reviews

By Anne Marie Estevez, Ezra Church and Emily Kimmelman (February 7, 2022, 4:54 PM EST) – In the first announcement of its kind, the Federal Trade Commission said on January 25 that it had settled charges against Fashion Nova LLC in under FTC Section 5(a) for failing to post negative …

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Equity in “fair” trade today

A rules-based system may have increased the volume of trade, but not everyone has. The growing and diverse trade that has taken place across borders under the aegis of the World Trade Organization (WTO) since its inception in 1995 has been widely seen as desirable. Strict adherence to its fundamental …

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Protection of the innocent needed | Kuensel online

Lately, social and mainstream media have been flooded with discussions about online digital businesses. While some netizens objected, warning them of possible scams, professionals defended it as legitimate like any other business. It is feared that the company is a pyramid scheme disguised as a multi-level marketing scheme where old …

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Dark Grounds: A New Legal Norm or Just a Catchy Name? (First part) | Kelley Drye & Warren LLP

State and federal regulators have definitely put a new emphasis on tackling so-called “dark patterns” — a term attributed in 2010 to user experience expert Harry Brignull, who runs the darkpatterns.org website. Consider some of the actions of 2021: In April, the FTC held a workshop dedicated to dark patterns. …

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Trade associations call for restoration of gas supply to all industries

KARACHI: Karachi’s trade and industry associations united on Monday against what they called discrimination in gas supply, which has remained suspended for 100 days to the city’s industrial areas, and demanded that supplies be restored of all industries. The associations, at a joint press conference at the Karachi Chamber of …

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Opinion: Now is the time for real change in Britain’s food system

Over the past few decades, the UK’s agri-food supply chain has become centralized and opaque, with just 12 supermarkets controlling around 95% of a retail market worth around £200bn a year. . This has been correlated with falling farm incomes, where today, on average, UK farmers receive 8% of food …

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Sebi bans Bullmatics Advisory for unauthorized investment advisory services

NEW DELHI : Sebi on Friday banned Bullmatics Advisory and its administrators from the securities market for six months for providing unauthorized investment advisory services and ordered them to return investors’ money. Bullmatics provided investment advisory services without obtaining Sebi’s registration as an investment adviser. The directors of the company …

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9th Circuit resurrects phishing victim’s lawsuit against insurer

Pedestrians walk past the United States Court of Appeals James R. Browning Building, seat of the 9th United States Circuit Court of Appeals, in San Francisco, California. REUTERS/Noah Berger Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Fraudulent emails were a direct cause of loss under the Commercial Crime …

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Customer Says Dollar Bank Policy Should Have Ended $4 Million Scam

By Matthew Santoni (January 21, 2022, 7:14 PM EST) – A woman who was tricked into converting $4.3 million into cryptocurrency and transferring it to scammers has told a Pennsylvania state court that Dollar Bank had a policy that should have reported and stopped wire transfers, claiming this made the …

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193 unruly taxi drivers booked in a week – The Himalayan Times – Nepal’s No.1 English Daily Newspaper

KATHMANDU, JANUARY 19 Traffic police took action against 193 taxi drivers over a week-long period in the Kathmandu Valley for stealing from passengers or breaking rules. According to figures from the Metropolitan Traffic Police Division, taxi drivers booked by on-duty cops have been caught in the act of negotiating over …

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Service charge in restaurants Voluntary Not mandatory; Forced taxation is an unfair business practice: Consumer Commission

the Kolkata District Consumer Dispute Redress Forum recently ruled that restaurants cannot forcibly impose a service charge on a customer and therefore ordered the affected restaurant to return the service charge it collected from a customer along with a compensation amount. A Bench including the President Swapan Kumar Mahanty and …

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What Biden’s competitive crusade teaches us about globalization

Joe Biden has, pretty much since the start of his administration, taken a tougher stance on competition policy than any US president in memory. He has set up antitrust attorneys at the Federal Trade Commission, the Justice Department and the White House. He issued an executive order tackling corporate concentration …

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New lawsuits target cryptocurrency companies and their celebrity endorsers | Bilzin Sumberg

We have highlighted in a recent message regulators’ clear intentions to bring order to the cryptocurrency industry this year. However, the past three weeks have demonstrated that private litigants are not waiting for regulators to crack down on suspected bad actors in the crypto market. Two new high-profile lawsuits target …

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Gunsmith ‘Rust’ files legal action against ammunition supplier | Local news

A new lawsuit filed on behalf of Hannah Gutierrez Reed, the armorer of the Rust film production, accuses Albuquerque dummy ammunition supplier PDQ Arm & Prop and owner Seth Kenney of creating the circumstances that led to the shooting death of famed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins at Bonanza Creek Ranch near …

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At the WTO, China is a “developing” country: why many countries are raising concerns

China’s status as a “developing country” at the World Trade Organization (WTO) has become a controversial issue, with a number of countries worrying that the upper-middle-income nation is pulling back. advantages reserved for developing countries under WTO standards. In addition, concerns have been expressed regarding “Least Developed Country” (LDC) status, …

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Covid Price Wars Are Here, But Check If It’s Really Cheap | Latest Delhi News

[ad_1] The sharp rise in Covid-19 cases is once again forcing consumers to stay at home and even purchase basic necessities like fruits and vegetables in the safety of their homes The sharp rise in Covid-19 cases is once again forcing consumers to stay at home and even purchase everyday …

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76% disagree with Pelosi, think members have an ‘unfair advantage’ in stock trading: poll

[ad_1] A poll by a conservative group found that the vast majority of Americans oppose congressional stock trading. 76% of Americans believe members of Congress have an “unfair advantage” when it comes to stocks. Pelosi recently defended this practice, claiming that “we are a market economy”. Loading Something is loading. …

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Cambodia. Arrests of strikers could violate human rights law |

[ad_1] Most of the strikers were women and many of the arrests were carried out “in a violent manner,” the experts added. The arrests appeared to infringe the right to freedom of association, assembly and expression. “We also strongly condemn the manner in which the first arrests took place, after …

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Retail cases to watch in 2022

[ad_1] By Hailey Konnath (Jan 3, 2022, 12:03 p.m. EST) – A multitude of cases are expected to occupy the retail industry in 2022, including high-stakes appeals arising from antitrust litigation on Apple and Google app stores , disputes with landlords over rent during peak COVID-19 closures and fallout from …

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Sixers: the enigma of Matisse Thybulle

[ad_1] “Matisse Thybulle is a problem”. You hear this all the time from players and coaches, both the Sixers and the opposition. This is usually in reference to his stellar defensive play and the chaos he can wreak on an opposing team’s offense. And by now it should be obvious …

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FG, private sector partner to develop a logistics hub for the commercial integration of the AfCFTA

[ad_1] An indigenous Nigerian company, Insight Dynamics Resources (IDR) (along with America’s largest engineering firm, AECOM) has proposed a partnership with the federal government to develop an integrated multimodal logistics system for free zone trade integration. -African Continental Exchange (AfCFTA). The company is in partnership with the Federal Ministry of …

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New Balance sued for exaggerating allegations about its “Made in USA” sneakers

[ad_1] New Balance proudly presents its “Made in USA” and “Made in UK” sneaker lines as its highest level of craftsmanship, but a proposed class action lawsuit alleges the former constitutes an act of false advertising. Six men filed the lawsuit in Massachusetts federal court last week and accused New …

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Much Like 2021, DOJ and FTC to Remain Active in Restrictive Engagement Space | Benesch

[ad_1] 2021 saw significant activity from both the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) in 2021. The DOJ, for example, finally acted on its warning / 2016 threat to investigate and potentially prosecute non-arrangements / poaching agreements between competitors. And, as previously commented by Benesch, the …

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Thomas Mallon and William McArdle of Titan Investors sued by

[ad_1] NEW YORK, December 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Markets Group (www.marketsgroup.org), one of the world’s leading conference organizers in the investment management industry, has filed a complaint against two former employees for theft alleged trade secrets and use these secrets, some of them verbatim, to solicit Markets Group clients. …

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(LEAD) SK, leader of Chey group fined 1.6 billion won over allegedly unfair business deal

[ad_1] (ATTN: RECASTS throughout with more details and SK statement) SEOUL, Dec. 22 (Yonhap) – The South Korean competition regulator on Wednesday announced that it has decided to impose a combined fine of SK Inc. and group leader Chey Tae-1.6 billion won (1.3 million won). dollars) for allegations that the …

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Brokers urge government to impose timetable on Sebi for issuing show cause notices

[ad_1] Ahead of the Union budget, the stockbrokers association Anmi urged the government to prescribe a deadline for Sebi for issuing justification notices and to reduce the minimum fine for small investors to Rs 1 lakh against Rs 5 lakh currently for breach of market rules. Currently, the Securities and …

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Consumer forum orders INOX to pay viewer ₹ 1 lak

[ad_1] Finding that delay in showing a film while showing commercial advertisements is an unfair business practice, a district consumer commission ordered INOX Leisure Private Limited to pay ₹ 1 lakh in punitive damages and damages. mention the actual time at which the film will be shown. Hyderabad District Consumer …

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UK proposes to maintain trade measures for biodiesel

[ad_1] On December 15, the UK Trade Remedies Authority proposed to maintain the current anti-dumping and countervailing measures on monoalkyl fatty acid ester (FAME) biodiesel for an additional five years, but to remove the current similar measures. in place for the renewable diesel produced. from paraffinic gas oil resulting from …

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B2B alert: New illegal terms in the food sector

[ad_1] It is quite normal for everyone to find their favorite products in the supermarket. Unfortunately, this sometimes hides a difficult relationship between suppliers and their customers. Often the sourcing of these products is the result of tough negotiations between supermarkets and their suppliers. Several recent press articles and documentaries …

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Cincinnati CBP seizes fake jewelry and scarves valued at over $ 3 million

[ad_1] CINCINNATI—On November 30, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers in Cincinnati seized a shipment containing counterfeit designer jewelry and scarves. The fakes, which originated in China, would have been worth a total of $ 3.09 million if they had been genuine. Cincinnati CBP seized counterfeit designer braceletslike these …

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The “reasonable” billing formula called into question | Ahmedabad News

[ad_1] Ahmedabad: A consumer commission in Ahmedabad asked insurance companies how they define “reasonable and customary charges” for deductions from health insurance claims, when there is no strict formula to standardize charges fees and medical services, which vary in each hospital. With this question, the Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission of …

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The Ocean Shipping Reform Act passed in the United States House of Representatives

[ad_1] The Ocean Shipping Reform Act was recently passed by the United States House of Representatives by 364-60. The bill is the first major overhaul of federal regulations for the global shipping industry in over 30 years and resolves the supply chain crisis and protects South Dakota’s agricultural exporters from …

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OYO Rooms penalized for refusing to occupy Ludhiana’s complainant

[ad_1] For refusing to occupy rooms in a hotel booked by the complainant through the OYO Rooms website, the District Consumer Disputes Recovery Commission, Ludhiana, ordered Ludhiana to pay. ??20,000 indemnities with ??5,000 litigation costs for the complainant. Kulwant Singh (52) of Guru Nanak Colony, Ludhiana, in his complaint against …

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Chikkadpally Chandana brothers fined Rs. 1L for incomplete invoice issuance

[ad_1] Hyderabad: The District Consumer Dispute Resolution Commission has asked the Chandana Brothers jewelers of Chikkadpally to pay a fine of Rs. 1 lakh for issuing an invoice to a customer without mentioning their name. He was also asked to pay the customer Rs. 50,000 for non-reimbursement of Rs. 85,000 …

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The ‘Chinese shock’ still shakes the world as it grapples with the future of commerce

[ad_1] (Bloomberg) – Twenty years after China’s accession to the World Trade Organization, governments around the world are wondering how to handle the heavy weight of exports over the next two decades. Bloomberg’s Most Read While it is widely accepted, even by those who brought China into the global trade …

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Update on the latest cases:

[ad_1] FINANCIAL MARKETS Stocks collapse after gloomy jobs report, as markets hover NEW YORK (AP) – Wall Street is collapsing after a mixed reading on jobs in the United States, a reading investors said was difficult to parse, in the latest episode of market dizzying trading. The S&P 500 was …

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Moderna executive says company may have Omicron booster ready in March, Health News, ET HealthWorld

[ad_1] By Michael Erman and Julie Steenhuysen NEW YORK, – Moderna Inc could have a COVID-19 recall targeting the Omicron variant tested and be ready to seek clearance in the United States as early as March, the company’s president said on Wednesday. Moderna President Stephen Hoge said he believed that …

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The rainbow trout recommendation is maintained

[ad_1] On Tuesday, November 30, the Secretary of State for International Trade announced that the TRA recommendation on imports of Turkish rainbow trout would be maintained and that the trade remedy measure on these goods would remain in place. You can read the TRA’s final decision on this matter in …

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Tickets reserved, but trains not available; Frustrated UTS Application Users | Hubballi News

[ad_1] Hubballi: The “Unreserved Ticketing System (UTS)” application launched a few years ago by Indian Railways has been extremely beneficial for train travelers, helping them to book tickets in compartments not reserved for journeys last minute, renew railway cards and buy platform tickets, without having to wait in line for …

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Amazon Black Friday greeted by climate activists, strikes in Europe, Retail News, ET Retail

[ad_1] TILBURY: England – Climate activists targeted 15 Amazon depots across Europe on “Black Friday” and the world’s largest e-commerce company also faced protests from workers and delivery drivers in Germany, France and Italy. Seattle-based Amazon faces criticism from climate activists who say excessive consumption harms the environment, while union …

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Satterfield’s lawyer files response to Murdaugh’s motion for gag order

[ad_1] Incarcerated lawyer Alex Murdaugh’s “fatally flawed” demand to be abandoned as a defendant in the Gloria Satterfield The civil lawsuit is “akin to the reorganization of the deckchairs on the Titanic – that won’t change the outcome,” lawyers for the surviving sons of Satterfield wrote on Tuesday in response …

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China is more of a risky competitor than a distant global rival of the United States (Report)

[ad_1] Tensions between the US and China are not easing as the Biden administration pushes Donald Trump’s strict Beijing policy forward and turns it into one-on-one competition with the Asian country, report says . The Hong Kong Post, in an opinion piece, said the Biden administration viewed China as a …

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At the top with Biden, Xi overplayed his hand, containing him is the only option now

[ad_1] It is debatable how timely it was for President Biden to have insisted on a virtual meeting with President Xi at this point. What he hoped to realistically achieve is unclear, knowing the assumptions behind Xi’s policies, consolidating his power internally with his status elevated to that of Mao …

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om: Unfair to link WTO reforms to S&DT, according to Piyush Goyal

[ad_1] Trade and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal said on Thursday that linking World Trade Organization reforms to special and differential treatment (S&D), given to poor and developing countries, was “unfair” and that the business organization needed to re-evaluate the way it did business. . At an event organized by the …

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Unwritten Antitrust Law Unfair Competition Rules

[ad_1] Does the Sherman Act “really protect competition, not competitors”? A review of the case law reveals a more nuanced picture, in which the courts do not indiscriminately protect competition, but rather restrict certain forms of competition that they consider unfair. The FTC should codify and strengthen these implicit standards. …

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How Washington could fight record inflation in the United States

[ad_1] Published on: 11/15/2021 – 18:56Amended: 11/15/2021 – 18:54 Washington (AFP) – As US prices rise at a rate not seen in decades, President Joe Biden’s administration is looking for ways to turn the tide. From easing tariffs on China to tackling the semiconductor shortage, Washington could take many steps …

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5 Best Unfair Termination Lawyers in Sacramento, CA

[ad_1] Below is a list of the top unfair dismissal lawyers in Sacramento. To help you find the best wrongful termination lawyers located near you in Sacramento, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of review points. Top Sacramento Unfair Dismissal Lawyers: The Top Rated Unfair Termination …

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Procter & Gamble sued for possible benzene in antiperspirants

[ad_1] A customer hit Procter & Gamble Co. with a proposed class action lawsuit in Florida federal court alleging the consumer products company failed to disclose that Old Spice and Secret antiperspirants may contain benzene, a human carcinogen. Tova Bryski Alleges She Has Purchased Secret Antiperspirant Products “On Dozens Of …

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Major change in New York could help Nets’ Kyrie Irving

[ad_1] NBA Analysis Network The Brooklyn Nets have been without playmaker Kyrie Irving to start the 2021-22 NBA season. Irving remains without a COVID-19 vaccine, making him ineligible to play in games at Barclays Center and Madison Square Garden. Not wanting a part-time player on the team, the Nets decided …

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California Fast Food Workers March to Support Anti-Franchisor Legislation | Lewitt hackman

[ad_1] According to Los Angeles Times, fast food workers at McDonald’s restaurants in Los Angeles, Oakland, Sacramento, San Diego and San Jose plan to quit their jobs on November 9 to support the passage of California Assembly Bill 257, on Fast Food Restaurant Responsibility and Restoration Act, also known as …

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Hyderabad court tells Apollo hospitals to stop taking registration fees

[ad_1] Hyderabad: A consumer court ordered Apollo hospitals to pay a plaintiff 10,000 rupees for charging a registration fee, which it called an unfair trade practice. The major healthcare player has also been asked to pay Rs 3,000 in litigation costs. The ruling by the District Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission …

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US agrees to ease Trump-era tariffs on EU steel and aluminum

[ad_1] Ed Steiner places an identification tag on one of the many reels of recycled metal shipped to manufacturers to be made into products such as nails, fences and springs at the Co-Steel mini-factory in Perth Amboy, NJ L The Biden administration announced an agreement on Saturday with the European …

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FTC Restores Criminal Offenses Authority to Issue Opinions Regarding Approvals and Money-Making Opportunities | Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

[ad_1] In October 2021, the FTC sent out three different notices of criminal offenses1 to nearly 2,000 companies, warning them against deceptive and unfair practices in the education market; customer endorsements, testimonials and reviews; and lucrative businesses. In each case, potential civil monetary penalties of up to $ 43,792 are …

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2 Ohio abortion clinics could close after Senate changes bill: Capitol Letter

[ad_1] Rumblings of the rotunda Closure of clinics: The Ohio Senate has passed a bill that would require physicians and other medical personnel performing abortions to provide life-saving care if a fetus survives an abortion. Hours before the full Senate voted on the bill, a Senate committee added an amendment …

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Now sell counterfeit stoves, helmets or gas cylinders

[ad_1] Image source: PTI / REPRESENTATION (FILE). Now sell counterfeit cookers, helmets or gas cylinders. The Center on Tuesday announced the launch of a nationwide campaign to prevent the sale of counterfeit and counterfeit products that violate quality control orders, as its violation is a recognized offense under relevant sections …

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European Commission publishes a proposal for a generalized scheme of preferences for the EU | Hogan Lovells

[ad_1] What is SPG? The GSP is a trade and development policy instrument that has been in place in the EU since 1971. It eliminates or reduces import tariffs to allow easier access to the EU market for goods exported from developing countries. eligible development. These tariff preferences are conditional …

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REX NELSON: A 30th anniversary

[ad_1] Last Tuesday marked the 30th anniversary of the first issue of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. My memories of the Great Little Rock Newspaper War remain so vivid that they don’t seem so distant. I had worked at the Arkansas Democrat as a sports reporter, assistant sports editor, and Washington correspondent …

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India will take reciprocal action wherever it faces unfair global trade treatment: Goyal

[ad_1] India will take reciprocal action if it is treated unfairly or unfairly in trade practices, Union Trade and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal said on Friday at the Institute’s 54th Convocation Indian Foreign Trade in New Delhi. He said that there are many non-tariff barriers that need to be overcome. …

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The U.S.-Chinese tariff failure of 2019 – SupChina

[ad_1] The U.S.-Chinese tariff failure of 2019 – SupChina Skip to content Find a company based in China Find a company based in ChinaJD technologyEvergrande GroupGanfeng LithiumShenghe Resources HoldingNorth China Rare Earth GroupBaotou Iron and SteelGemLens technologyKanzhunKuaishouMissFreshXuanji technologyVolitationHuimingjieAEEEHangThree Gorges Society of ChinaChina across the oceanHoneycombXAGCMSGDUFoiaSYS SkyTIMAutel roboticsChina Aviation Industry CompanyChinese …

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Fantasy Football Week 7 Mailbag: Aid for Trade, buy running backs, what to do with AJ Brown, Robert Woods

[ad_1] It’s week 7 and your Fantasy Football roster is a bit of a mess. Injuries and the weeks off have taken their toll on the landscape this week, and you might panic. Maybe you are 2-4 and now you have to play without multiple starters in a game where …

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You Might Need to Rework Your Non-Competitors – Chicago Business Attorney Blog – October 19, 2021

[ad_1] Illinois Freedom to Work Act Illinois Employers who wish to protect their trade and trade secrets by using restrictive employment contracts will find new hurdles to overcome. Enforcement of non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, designed to erect roadblocks to prevent former employees from gaining an unfair advantage because of their …

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Richard Haass’s Taiwan Triangle

[ad_1] The goal of US policy toward the island should be to reduce uncertainty about America’s intentions and its ability to achieve them, while pointing out to Chinese leaders the economic and military costs of aggression. As much as the Chinese rulers want Taiwan, they also want to retain the …

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Chandigarh: coaching institute told to pay student Rs 1.01 lakh

[ad_1] The Chandigarh Consumers Commission ordered an educational institution to reimburse Rs 69,909 and pay Rs 32,000 as compensation and litigation costs to a student who was dissatisfied with the supervision provided by the institute. Nisha Aggarwal, on behalf of her minor son, alleged that she had enrolled her son …

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Chandigarh: Coaching institute says to reimburse fees for student who quit halfway

[ad_1] Deeming the refusal to reimburse mid-term coaching fees to be a blatant unfair business practice, the District Consumer Dispute Resolution Commission, Chandigarh, ordered FIITJEE Limited to reimburse the ??69,909 charges to a resident of Panchkula. The commission also ordered the institute to pay ??25,000 in compensation for causing mental …

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FTC sends over 700 letters ahead of potential crackdown on unfair and misleading opinions and approvals

[ad_1] The Federal Trade Commission warned more than 700 companies this week with letters in which it addressed “illegal practices relating to the use of endorsements and testimonials.” In recently sent letters, a template of which was released on Wednesday, the FTC alerted companies ranging from luxury brands and well-known …

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UP consumer panel fines airlines Rs 85.5 lakh

[ad_1] Lucknow: The National Consumer Appeal Board in Lucknow ordered IndiGo airlines to pay Rs 85.5 lakh in compensation and damages to plaintiff Vinay Shankar Tiwari for lack of service and unfair business practices. Commission member Rajendra Singh, in his order, stated that IndiGo was to pay Rs 35 lakh …

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Florida delegation urges Joe Biden to protect Florida farmers from unfair trading practices

[ad_1] Last week the United States Senator Marco Rubio, R-Fla., Led members of the Florida congressional delegation in a letter to President Joe Biden urging the administration to protect Florida’s seasonal fruit and vegetable growers from unfair business competition. United States joined Rubio Senator Rick Scott, R-Fla., And US Representatives …

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Kyodo News Digest: October 9, 2021

[ad_1] The following is the latest list of news summaries selected by Kyodo News. ———- US, China hold trade talks, with tariff elimination on agenda WASHINGTON – U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai spoke with her Chinese counterpart Liu He on Friday about a bilateral trade deal signed last year, with …

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National Assembly audits fail to summon retail CEOs

[ad_1] October. 8. 2021 Settings Business and Technology 2021-10-08 17:14 National Assembly audits fail to summon retail CEOs Jang Kee-hwan, CEO of Coupang Eats, speaks during an audit organized by the National Assembly’s Land, Infrastructure and Transport Committee on Friday. Yonhap By Kim Jae-heunCEOs of large retail companies here did …

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Signaling more aggressive enforcement to come, FTC issues notice of criminal offenses

[ad_1] Signaling that more aggressive enforcement against deceptive traders is on the way, the FTC has just issued a “Notice of Criminal Offenses” to 70 for-profit educational institutions, formally warning them that certain practices violate the law. The letters warn schools to review the notice and take “whatever steps are …

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The Biden Administration’s U.S.-China Trade Strategy: An Introduction

[ad_1] Abstract On October 4, 2021, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai revealed the Biden administration’s highly anticipated strategic plan on U.S.-China trade policy, which set an overarching goal of “building resilience and competitiveness” for businesses. American workers and the economy in general. The plan outlines four steps to achieve this …

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FTC Chairman Khan Highlights Key Policy Priorities For The Future, But Aggressive Agenda Faces A Spike | Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

[ad_1] In a September 22, 2021 memorandum to staff, Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chairman Lina Khan formally outlined her “vision and priorities for the FTC,” reaffirming her calls for broad anti-trust law enforcement organized around three key policy priorities: the application of mergers, dominant intermediaries and restrictive contractual clauses. The …

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Prev # 24: The TTAB Rules That Reckless Disregard Of The Truth Is Enough To Prove Fraud – Intellectual Property

[ad_1] To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. In the seminal fraud case of About Bose, the CAFC has left open the question of whether a “reckless disregard” of the truth is sufficient to find a USPTO fraud. The board has now answered this question in the …

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Kyodo News Digest: October 5, 2021

[ad_1] The following is the latest list of news summaries selected by Kyodo News. ———- Biden looks forward to working closely with new Japanese Prime Minister Kishida WASHINGTON – US President Joe Biden said on Monday he would seek to work closely with new Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, calling …

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Trump asks federal judge to restore Twitter account

[ad_1] Photo: Justin sullivan (Getty Images) Former President Donald Trump suffers from Twitter withdrawal. Having no viable way to get his fix since Twitter cut him off, Trump has turned to a federal judge to argue his case, hoping the legal system will force the company to let him tweet …

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Company to pay 8 years rent for delaying apartment ownership: The Tribune India

[ad_1] Ramkrishan upadhyay Tribune press service Chandigarh, October 2 In an important judgment, the District Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Chandigarh, penalized Nirvana Co-Op House Building (First) Society Ltd, Plot No. 48, for failing to cede possession of an apartment to a member, Asha Sharma , despite issuance of a non-contribution …

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Another point of view: Trump’s tariffs have become Biden’s tariffs

[ad_1] As a presidential candidate, Joe Biden said the Trump administration’s trade war with China and head-to-head tariffs are weighing on the US economy and hurting US consumers, manufacturers and farmers. But eight months into his presidency, Biden has not lifted any of Donald Trump’s tariffs, not even those imposed …

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Toyota can’t escape the combination with Camry’s HVAC systems

[ad_1] By Nathan Hale (Oct 1, 2021, 4:56 p.m. EDT) – A proposed class action lawsuit accusing Toyota and a regional distributor of covering up allegedly faulty ventilation systems in certain Camry models heads to trial after Florida federal judge denied the companies bids for summary judgments. In a three-page …

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Online marketplaces could expose third-party sellers to predatory pricing liability | Proskauer – Take care of your business

[ad_1] On July 2, 2021, a consumer group filed a putative class action lawsuit in Washington District Court alleging that Amazon had engaged in illegal price hikes during the COVID-19 pandemic on a variety of products. The case is remarkable because Washington does not have a specific predatory pricing law. …

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Growth and change of COVID-19 until 2030

[ad_1] The major players in the photovoltaic solar panel manufacturing market are Trina, Canadian Solar, Jinko, Hanwha Q-Cell and SunPower. The global market for photovoltaic solar panel manufacturing is expected to grow by $ 164. New York, September 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report …

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Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott Slams China for Unfair Trade, Calls for Expansion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership | Canberra weather

[ad_1] news, federal politics, economy, commerce, china Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott called China a “predatory trader,” saying that a UK membership in the Trans-Pacific Partnership could be the “catalyst” for the US to consider re-engaging in the deal. multinational free trade. Appearing before a joint committee Thursday as a …

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Amberpet Dominos fined 10,000 rupees for using consumer as publicity agent and selling carry bag

[ad_1] Hyderabad: The Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission ordered Dominos à Bagh Amberpet to pay Rs 10,000 to a customer for charging Rs 7.62 for a carrying bag with a logo and using it as an advertising agent. The complainant, K. Murali Kumar, a resident of Himayat Nagar, had visited dominoes …

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Lawyers push FTC to investigate franchises

[ad_1] Franchisee advocates are pushing FTC to investigate the business model./Photo: Shutterstock Arguing that franchisees are often forced into “shocking one-sided franchise deals,” a trio of franchisee advocates have formally called on the United States Federal Trade Commission to investigate franchising. The official request comes from metro operator and franchisee …

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Will Andhra government’s online movie ticket sales save Tollywood? – The New Indian Express

[ad_1] Through Express news service VIJAYAWADA: The AP government’s decision to introduce online sale of movie tickets through government portals has sparked a political storm, with Janasena leader Pawan Kalyan questioning the “motives” behind it. The other day, during a preview of a Telugu film, the actor-politician accused the government …

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Michael Settle: Disunity is deeply rooted in Labor DNA

[ad_1] There is often a fine line in politics between being brave and being stupid. The results determine whether a risky strategy ultimately falls into the first category or the second. This weekend, as the comrades gather on the Sussex coast for their first annual conference in two eventful years, …

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Fostering emerging consensus on the Chinese challenge

[ad_1] Although charged with former Obama administration officials, starting with President Biden himself, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, the administration’s foreign policy team Biden took a significantly harsher line than the previous Democratic White House on political challenge. They could lead more effectively by …

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Champagne producers toast to CJEU decision affirming protection of trademarks under PDO – Intellectual property

[ad_1] European Union: Champagne producers toast CJEU ruling affirming trademark protection under PDO September 25, 2021 Armstrong Teasdale To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) reaffirmed the importance and scope of the protection afforded to trademarks under the …

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Why the FTC cares about your failure McFlurry

[ad_1] I love a McFlurry as much as the next person. But why the Federal Trade Commission worries about whether or not I can get a McFlurry is beyond me. Yet they are, according to a recent Wall Street Journal report. The problem that causes one of our favorite snacks …

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The difficult art of advertising carbon reductions

[ad_1] By Linda Goldstein and Randal Shaheen (September 23, 2021, 5:04 p.m. EDT) – US businesses are under intense pressure to show their commitment to tackle climate change. One form of expression of this commitment is advertising. Many companies claim to offer green products, target net zero carbon emissions at …

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US court backs DOC’s change of mind on Argentine biodiesel trade – MercoPress

[ad_1] US court backs DOC’s change of mind on Argentine biodiesel trade Thursday, September 23, 2021 – 03:34 PM UTC “This is bad news,” Zubizarreta said. The US International Trade Tribunal on Wednesday confirmed the tariffs or Argentinian biodiesel, which led to a redefinition by the Department of Commerce, which …

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Police say court erred in ending bulletproof vest class action

[ad_1] By Nathan Hale (September 22, 2021, 4:35 p.m. EDT) – A group of associations and police officers on Wednesday urged Circuit 11 to relaunch its lawsuit alleging a design flaw in bulletproof vests manufactured by Point Blank Enterprises Inc, based in Florida. ., arguing that the court of first …

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SC remains NCDRC order to compensate viewer for excluding song from SRK Fan movie

[ad_1] On September 20, the Supreme Court of India suspended an order made by the National Consumer Disputes Appeals Board (NCDRC) in which the forum ordered Yash Raj Films Pvt Ltd to pay 10,000 rupees as compensation. compensation as well as legal costs to the plaintiff Afreen Fatima Zaidi. . …

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Adams and Reese add three partners to the New Orleans office,

[ad_1] NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana, September 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Adams and Reese LLP is pleased to announce that Ricardo “Richard” Aguilar has joined the firm’s financial services practice as a partner in the Nova Scotia office. Orleans. Aguilar brings extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of commercial and commercial matters …

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Why Yash Raj Films was asked to compensate the viewer for not including the “promotional song” in the film Fan-Entertainment News, Firstpost

[ad_1] The Supreme Court suspended the NCDRC order asking YRF to compensate the plaintiff who felt “cheated” by the exclusion of “Jabra Fan” from Shah Rukh Khan’s 2016 film. But he also confirmed the exclusion of “promotional” songs from the films as an “unfair commercial practice”. Shah Rukh Khan in …

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France cancels defense summit with UK as fallout from submarines continues

[ad_1] France canceled a defense ministerial meeting with Britain this week amid diplomatic escalation over a nuclear submarine deal. Paris was blinded by the announcement last week of a new trilateral security pact between the UK, US and Australia – known as AUKUS. This involved Canberra canceling a £ 72.8 …

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To complete the poster, or not: The Tribune India

[ad_1] Pushpa Girimaji The last fortnight, I bought pastries in a bakery and the bill came in at Rs 90 and 50 paise. However, the bakery charged me Rs 91 and when I asked them about the overcharge I was told that due to the shortage of coins it was …

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