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burger case involves unclean hands (ew) and literal falsity about beef amounts

In-N-Out Burgers v. Smashburger IP Holder LLC, 2018 WL 7891028, No. SACV 17-1474 JVS(DFMx) (C.D. Cal. Dec. 21, 2018)As relevant here, In-N-Out alleged that Smashburger falsely advertised its Triple Double hamburger as containing “Double the Beef” because the burger’s two … Continue reading

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FAA Administrator Explains Agency’s Hands Off Approach to Safety Certification

In a March 27, 2019 appearance before the Senate Subcommittee on Aviation and Space, Daniel K. Elwell, Acting Administrator for the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) sought to clarify the FAA’s role in the certification of the safety of aircraft systems. … Continue reading

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Third Circuit Hands the FTC a Stunning Loss

By Jennifer M. Thomas — They could have taken a middle ground, given the unique facts of FTC v. Shire ViroPharma — but instead the Third Circuit went whole hog with a decision that, if it stands, could set the … Continue reading

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Arkansas Jury Hands Down $18.5 Million Verdict in Mesothelioma Lawsuit

An Arkansas federal jury recently handed down a substantial plaintiff’s verdict in an asbestos mesothelioma lawsuit filed by the family of a man who worked at a brake shop in Little Rock during the 1970s. The lawsuit named Honeywell International Inc., … Continue reading

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PERAZZO LAW SERVES PREMISES LIABILITY AND FOOD POISONING CLAIMS KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF MY FOOD! MIAMI-DADE. A recent string of inspections led by the Department of Agriculture found that food outlets, distributors, and warehouses across Miami-Dade were in direct violation … Continue reading

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