New Jersey-based Jalinski Advisory Group, which offers
financial services under the "Financial Quarterback" brand, has
filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against Edelman Financial
Engines, accusing it of unlawfully using the name to promote its
Copper miner Asarco cannot recover part of its estimated
$485 million in cleanup costs at a Superfund site in Idaho from
Union Pacific Railroad because Asarco released its claims
against the company in a previous settlement, a federal appeals
A federal judge has dismissed a $25 million lawsuit accusing
Alphabet's Google of violating a settlement with a company that
had trademarked the name Googles for a children's website.
An Illinois man who says he was denied an auto loan from
Wells Fargo because he is in the country under the Deferred
Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has filed a
proposed class action against the bank alleging discriminatory
A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit accusing Walt
Disney's Marvel Entertainment of copying two comic book artists'
work for an "Iron Man 3" movie poster, saying evidence showed
that the entertainment company independently created the poster.
The County of Maui should be held liable for Clean Water Act
violations for discharging treated wastewater into groundwater
that eventually reaches the Pacific Ocean, three environmental
groups told the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday.
Bank of America, its commodities arm Merrill Lynch
Commodities and Morgan Stanley were hit with a proposed class
action on Friday alleging that they manipulated prices in the
precious metals futures market by "spoofing," or placing orders
they never intended to execute.
American Honda Motor Co has been hit with a proposed
nationwide class action alleging that it sold thousands of
luxury sport utility vehicles with defective infotainment
systems it has been unable to fix.
Dozens of Ohio landowners cannot hold pipeline operator
Columbia Gas Transmission liable for trespassing for storing
natural gas under their property because they had no intention
of using the subsurface themselves, a federal appeals court
A federal appeals court has vacated an administrative law
judge's ruling that Energy West Mining Co owed lifetime
disability benefits to a now deceased employee who claimed he
contracted lung disease from working in the company's mines.