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Telomere Biology Company Reaches Settlement with FTC over Deceptive Advertising Claims and Endorsements

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) approved a final consent order against Telomerase Activation Sciences, Inc. and Noel Patton (collectively, “TA Sciences”) following allegations that TA Sciences made certain substantiated claims regarding its supplement and topical serum products.  FTC alleged that … Continue reading

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Stop-and-Frisk Settlement in Milwaukee Lawsuit Is a Wakeup Call for Police Nationwide

Police must institute reforms to end biased policing and unlawful stops and frisks. In a banner day for police reform, the city of Milwaukee has entered into a settlement agreement to end practices amounting to a decade-long stop-and-frisk program that … Continue reading

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Does a Term in a Marital Settlement Agreement Where an Alimony Paying Spouse Must Provide Life Insurance Naming the Ex-Spouse as Beneficiary Support an Alimony Obligation or Not?

By:  Bonnie C. Frost In a case which might, at first glance, be overlooked, the purpose of life insurance as it relates to alimony (and possibly as it might pertain to child support) is discussed clearly and succinctly.  In Wheeler … Continue reading

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ECSDA publishes draft of Settlement Fail Penalties Framework

The European Central Securities Depositories Association (ECSDA) has published a draft of its future Settlement Fail Penalties Framework (the Framework). In an effort of compliance with the Central Securities Depositories Regulation 909/2014 (CSDR) (particularly with regards to articles 6 & … Continue reading

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Not Everyone Is Satisfied with Spotify Settlement — Chicago Copyright Attorneys

One of the biggest advantages to settling a lawsuit outside of court is that it removes the uncertainty of going to trial. The plaintiffs are sure to get some financial benefit, rather than risking it all at trial, and the … Continue reading

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