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failure to show damages from literal falsity still allowed injunctive relief

Nutrition Distribution LLC v. IronMag Labs, LLC, No. CV 15-8233-R, 2018 WL 6264986 (C.D. Cal. Nov. 16, 2018(“This is a false advertising case between two competitors in the business of selling fitness supplements.” IronMag allegedly unlawfully marketed its products as … Continue reading

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Should shareholders be allowed to use Rule 14a-8 proposals to harm the company's business?

Kosmas Papadopoulos reports on early 2019 trends in shareholder proposals. As usual, left wing activists (including some who run funds that are supposed to be profit maximizing) are submitting reams… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website … Continue reading

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Adults Who Were Sexually Abused As Children Will Soon Be Allowed To Sue Their Sexual Predators (and those who harbored them), No Matter How Long Ago It Happened In New York!

On January 28 of this Year New York’s legislative bodies put the final touches on the “Child Victims Act”.  It’s almost law. All that is needed now is Governor Cuomo’s signature, which is sure to come soon. The new law … Continue reading

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F-1 Student Plaintiffs in District Court Case Allowed to Stay in U.S.

The federal judge presiding over a court case that challenges United Sates Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (USCIS) policy regarding unlawful presence calculations for student visa holders, has issued an injunction permitting the two student plaintiffs to remain in the U.S. … Continue reading

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Delineating CEQA’s Scope: First District Holds CEQA Does Not Apply To Ministerial Approval Of Multifamily Housing Project Allowed By Right Under Zoning Where City’s Discretion Was Limited To Design Review

In an opinion filed December 18, 2018, and later ordered published on January 10, 2019, the First District Court of Appeal affirmed a judgment denying appellant citizen groups’ writ petition challenging the City of St. Helena’s approval of an 8-unit, … Continue reading

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