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NRA Praises Vermont Superior Court Decision on Magazine Bans

NRA Praises Vermont Superior Court Decision on Magazine Bans Fairfax, Va. – -(AmmoLand.com)- The National Rifle Association applauded a decision by the Vermont Superior Court yesterday to allow a lawsuit challenging the State's ban on standard capacity magazines to proceed. “The National Rifle Association is pleased the court has allowed law-abiding gun owners to challenge Vermont's unconstitutional ban on standard-capacity magazines,” said Chris W. Cox, executive director of NRA’s Institute ...
Tags: Gun Rights News, Lawsuits, Magazine Bans, NRA-ILA, Vermont


Snohomish County Judge Says Lawsuit V. “Safe-Storage” Gun Law ‘Ripe For Determination

Opinion Snohomish County Judge Says Lawsuit V. “Safe-Storage” Gun Law ‘Ripe For Determination BELLEVUE, WA – -(AmmoLand.com)- A Snohomish County Superior Court judge will allow a lawsuit challenging a so-called “safe storage” ordinance in the City of Edmonds to proceed, ruling that all plaintiffs in the case have standing to challenge the ordinance as a violation of Washington State’s 35-year-old preemption law that placed sole authority for firearms regulation in the hands of the Legislatu...
Tags: Guns, Lawsuits, Washington State, Seattle, Nra, Legislature, King County Superior Court, State Supreme Court, Edmonds, The Foundation, Snohomish County Superior Court, Second Amendment Foundation, Farris, Gun Rights News, Preemption Laws, Alan M Gottlieb


NSSF Statement On Connecticut Supreme Court Ruling In Soto v. Bushmaster

NSSF Statement On Connecticut Supreme Court Ruling In Soto v. Bushmaster NEWTOWN, Conn. – -(AmmoLand.com)- The Connecticut Supreme Court recently reversed (4-3) a state Superior Court ruling and decided in Soto v. Bushmaster that the case can go forward based on the plaintiffs’ allegation that the defendants marketing and advertising of a legal product somehow violated Connecticut’s Unfair Trade Practices Act (CUTPA). The Court’s split decision held that CUTPA fit within an exemption to the f...
Tags: Guns, Court, Connecticut, Lawsuits, National Shooting Sports Foundation, Robinson, Protection of Lawful Commerce, Superior Court, Soto, NSSF, Connecticut Supreme Court, Shooting Industry News, National Shooting Sports Foundation NSSF, Bushmaster, Bushmaster NEWTOWN Conn AmmoLand


Jury Awards Almost $17 Million to Woman Injured at Walmart

A West Virginia jury recently awarded a woman nearly $17 million after she was injured at Walmart while workers chased after a shoplifter.The jury’s verdict was issued in Wood County, West Virginia on Monday, March 4th, 2019.53-year-old Dine Ankrom was shopping with her granddaughter at a Walmart store in W.V. when all of a sudden she and the child were knocked to the ground when a shoplifter ran into her shopping cart.Ankrom’s lawyer said when fell to the ground, the cart landed on top of her. ...
Tags: Money, News, West Virginia, Walmart, Big Money, Lawsuits, Jazz, Ankrom, Wood County West Virginia, Dine Ankrom


Devin Nunes Is Suing Twitter Users Including "Devin Nunes' Mom," "Devin Nunes' Cow"  

Our favorite California GOP Congressman Devin Nunes is in the news again, this time for suing Twitter for what he insists is anti-conservative bias, according to Fox News. Nunes will sue the company for $250 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages. The suit also targets several individual…Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Science, Congress, California, Social Media, Gop, Lawsuits, Jack Dorsey, Devin Nunes, Anti Conservative Bias, Devin Nunes Mom Devin Nunes Cow, Fox News Nunes


Trademark Lawsuits: How To Avoid Them

Starting up a business requires a lot of planning and preparation. From your business name to the marketing strategy and design for a great website, you need to conduct thorough… Read more » “Trademark Lawsuits: How To Avoid Them” The post Trademark Lawsuits: How To Avoid Them appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Business, Legal, News, Lawsuits, Trademarks


More Legal Trouble for Volkswagen, Former CEO

While three and a half years have passed since the Volkswagen diesel scandal broke, its reverberations are still being felt. For the automaker turned green soothsayer, this usually comes with financial hardship attached, plus the requisite regurgitation of a past VW would like to see forgotten. The latest salvo launched at VW over its emissions-rigged […] The post More Legal Trouble for Volkswagen, Former CEO appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Vw, Lawsuits, Autos, SEC, Volkswagen, Law And Order, News Blog, Diesel Emissions Scandal


Connecticut Gun Lawsuit Like ‘Prosecuting Car Makers For Crimes Of Car Thieves’

Opinion Connecticut Gun Lawsuit Like ‘Prosecuting Car Makers For Crimes Of Car Thieves’ BELLEVUE, WA – -(AmmoLand.com)- The Second Amendment Foundation today criticized the 4-3 split decision by the Connecticut state Supreme Court that reinstated a lawsuit against Remington Arms over how it marketed the Bushmaster rifle used in the tragic 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting. “This ruling strains logic, if not common sense,” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb. “The cou...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, Congress, General Motors, Ford, Connecticut, Bellevue, Lawsuits, Sandy Hook, Adam Lanza, The Foundation, Gottlieb, Remington, Richard Palmer, Alan Gottlieb, Second Amendment Foundation


You May Get a Share of Money From Kimpton Hotels Data Breach Settlement

You may be eligible for your share — up to $10,000.00 — of $600,000.00 from a class action settlement which was reached in mediation if you are a resident of the United States of America who used a credit card or debit card between Tuesday, February 16, 2016 and July 7, 2016 at 62 locations of what was then known as Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group, LLC… …but you must... The post appeared first on The Gate.
Tags: Travel, Lawsuits, Financial, Hotels And Lodging, United States of America, Kimpton Hotel Restaurant Group LLC, Kimpton Hotels Data Breach Settlement


Gun Owners of America Gets Its Day In Court On Bump Stocks

GOA gets its day in court on bump stocks USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- As I write this letter to you, I am on a plane, returning from western Michigan. The “lake effect” has dropped more snow than I’m used to seeing during this time of year. So for me, I’m looking forward to returning home to dry land. I’ve left the federal district court in Kalamazoo, Michigan, where Gun Owners of America delivered its oral arguments on Wednesday in opposition to the ATF’s bump stock ban. As you know, GOA is suing...
Tags: Usa, Guns, Washington, Western, America, Fbi, Lawsuits, Michigan, Las Vegas, Goa, Chevron, Kamala Harris, Gun Owners of America GOA, ATF, Olson, KALAMAZOO MICHIGAN


Women’s National Soccer Team Players Sue for Equitable Pay

The action comes just three months before the team will defend its title at the Women's World Cup in France.
Tags: News, Sports, Income Inequality, Lawsuits


21 men are now accusing college doctor of performing medically unnecessary rectal examinations

The case against former University of Southern California physician Dr. Dennis A. Kelly seems to be gaining steam--or plaintiffs, at least.
Tags: Doctor, Lawsuit, Life, Lifestyle, Doctors, Lawsuits, Court Cases, University Of Southern California, Queerty, Dr Dennis A Kelly


Gay men and trans woman targeted in two separate attacks at Burger King and McDonald’s

The shocking incidents both involved pepper spray, but the suspects haven't been found yet.
Tags: Life, Lifestyle, Transgender, Lawsuits, Mcdonald's, Burger King, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Hate Crimes, McDonald, Gay Bashings


Amazon launches new tools that allow brands to proactively fight counterfeiting

Amazon this morning announced a new initiative focused on reducing counterfeiting on its site called Project Zero – a name that references Amazon’s lofty goal of driving counterfeit sales to zero. The program will take advantage of Amazon’s technology, including machine learning capabilities, combined with brands’ own knowledge of their intellectual property in order to automatically and continuously scan Amazon’s store to identify and proactively remove violations, among other things. Brands...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, TC, Ecommerce, Legal, Shopping, US, Brands, Tech, E-commerce, Online Shopping, Commerce, Lawsuits, Machine Learning, Counterfeit, Daimler AG


Jerry Seinfeld Sues California Car Dealer Over Allegedly Fake Porsche

Jerry Seinfeld is suing the company that sold him an ultra-rare 1958 Porsche 356 A 1500 Carrera after an earlier suit brought its authenticity into question. The comedian sold the car in 2016 for $1.5 million via a Gooding & Company auction only to see the buyer, Fica Frio Limited, claim it was fake. (Jerry, just remember […] The post Jerry Seinfeld Sues California Car Dealer Over Allegedly Fake Porsche appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: California, Porsche, Classic Cars, Auctions, Lawsuits, Autos, Jerry Seinfeld, Gooding Company, Jerry, News Blog, Vintage cars, Hot Legal Action, Porsche 356 A 1500 GS/GT Carrera Speedster, Vintage Porsche


You May Get a Share of Money From Sonic Drive-In Settlement

You may be eligible for your share of $4,325,000.00 from a class action settlement which was reached in mediation if you are a resident of the United States of America who purchased anything at one of the 325 impacted Sonic Drive-In locations using a credit card or debit card between Friday, April 7, 2017 and Saturday, October 28, 2017… …but you must... The post appeared first on The Gate.
Tags: Travel, Lawsuits, Food And Drink, Financial, Dining, United States of America


New conflict evidence surfaces in JEDI cloud contract procurement process

For months, the drama has been steady in the Pentagon’s decade long, $10 billion JEDI cloud contract procurement process. This week the plot thickened when the DOD reported that it has found new evidence of a possible conflict of interest, and has reopened its internal investigation into the matter. “DOD can confirm that new information not previously provided to DOD has emerged related to potential conflicts of interest. As a result of this new information, DOD is continuing to investigate thes...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Washington Post, US, Tech, Department Of Defense, Lawsuits, Pentagon, RFP, Wall Street Journal, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, Dod, Jedi


16 States Deliver Issue Spotter To Stop Trump’s National Emergency

Trump has zero good legal defenses, but he does have Brett Kavanaugh.
Tags: Law, Government, Lawsuits, Donald Trump, Trump, National Emergency, Trump 's National Emergency


Can music copyrights go too far? This one lyric may cost $300 million

Music copyright is a treacherous sea that even the most weathered of captains can have trouble navigating through. Is it too strict? The latest in big-name music lawsuits: Miley Cyrus is being sued for $300 million over a line in her 2013 hit ‘We Can’t Stop’. She has just lost an appeal to dismiss the lawsuit so it seems that the copyright case will go forward in court. She is being sued by Jamaican songwriter Michael May who claims that ‘We Can’t Stop’ infringes on the copyright of his...
Tags: Music, Lawsuit, Featured, Lana Del Rey, Copyright, Radiohead, Lawsuits, Miley Cyrus, Discussion, Cyrus, Lana, Michael May, We Can't Stop, We Run Things, Music Copyright, Robert Lehrburger


Three Amicus Briefs Filed with Supreme Court in Knife Rights’ NYC Gravity Knife Case

Three Amicus Briefs Filed with Supreme Court in Knife Rights' NYC Gravity Knife Case USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Three amicus curiae (friend of the court) briefs have been filed in support of to the Supreme Court of the United States in our nearly eight-year-old civil rights lawsuit over New York City's persecution of pocket knife owners. Knife Rights Chairman Doug Ritter said, “we are thrilled to have three really strong amicus briefs from a diverse group of parties supporting our effort to ge...
Tags: New York, Guns, Supreme Court, Washington, New York City, United States, Yale, Lawsuits, U S Supreme Court, Cato Institute, Ritter, Richmond Virginia, Second Circuit, Supreme Court of the United States, Emory Law School Supreme Court Advocacy Program, Eugene Volokh


Jasmine Eiland Sues Atlanta’s Opera Nightclub Over Alleged Sexual Assault Streamed on Facebook Live

Jasmine Eiland, the woman who streamed her alleged sexual assault on a dance floor on Facebook Live, is suing the Atlanta nightclub where the attack took place.30-year-old Eiland filed the lawsuit Monday (Feb. 11) against Opera Atlanta, as well as unidentified owners, security companies and security personnel.Eiland and her lawyer held a press conference Tuesday to announce the lawsuit, which claims that the club failed to provide adequate safety and security when Eiland was allegedly assaulted....
Tags: News, Abc, Atlanta, Williams, Rape, Lawsuits, Pop Culture, Jazz, Opera, Illinois, Rape Allegations, Facebook Live, Stewart, AJC, Chris Stewart, Fulton County


NRA Applauds Attorneys General Amicus Brief on NJ Permit Case ~ VIDEO

Opinion NRA Applauds Attorneys General Amicus Brief on NJ Permit Case Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)- The National Rifle Association applauded an amicus brief signed by twenty-three attorneys general in support of Rogers v. Grewal, an NRA-backed Supreme Court case challenging New Jersey's unconstitutional requirements for obtaining a handgun carry permit. The effort was led by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich. “Law-abiding citizens should not be required to prove they are in peril to re...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, America, New Jersey, Arizona, Lawsuits, Rogers, Nra, National Rifle Association, Grewal, Mark Brnovich, Carol Bowne, Berlin New Jersey, Bowne, Gun Rights News, NRA-ILA


What’s the Deal With Jerry Seinfeld Being Accused of Selling Fake Porsches?

In addition to being one of America’s most-famous comedians, Jerry Seinfeld also happens to be a car snob of the highest order. His collection of vintage automobiles is so vast that he got the itch to sell a large portion a few years ago. As his fleet is already heavy with Porsches, his favorite brand, […] The post What’s the Deal With Jerry Seinfeld Being Accused of Selling Fake Porsches? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: America, Porsche, Classic Cars, Auctions, Lawsuits, Autos, Jerry Seinfeld, News Blog, Vintage cars, Porsche 356 A 1500 GS/GT Carrera Speedster, Vintage Porsche


Magnolia Medical Captures $20M to Reduce Blood Culture Contamination

Magnolia Medical Technologies, a Seattle-based manufacturer of devices for collecting blood and bodily fluids, announced this week it has raised $20 million in equity funding to ramp up sales of its flagship product. The funding comes as Magnolia and San Diego-based competitor Kurin battle each other in court.RTW Investments, a New York-based firm that backs healthcare ventures, led the Series C funding round, Magnolia says. Other participants included SightLine Partners, Canepa Healthcare, and...
Tags: Startups, New York, Trends, Tech, Vc, San Diego, Food And Drug Administration, Lawsuits, Fda, Biotech, Seattle, Life Sciences, Magnolia, Medical Devices, Clinical Trials, National blog main


You May Get a Share of Money From Ginger Ale Settlement

You may be eligible for your share of $11,200,000.00 from a class action settlement which was reached in mediation if you had purchased Canada Dry ginger ale products between Tuesday, January 1, 2013 and Wednesday, December 19, 2018… …but you must electronically submit your claim with a valid claim no later than... The post appeared first on The Gate.
Tags: Travel, Canada, Lawsuits, Food And Drink, Financial, Dining


Well, This Appears To Be The Whitest Lawsuit Ever

A ski crash... in Utah... involving Gwyneth Paltrow.
Tags: Utah, Law, Lawsuits, Gwyneth Paltrow, Litigators


SCOTUS To Hear Challenge to New York Gun Travel Ban

By John Crump SCOTUS To Hear Challenge to New York Gun Travel Ban Washington, D.C. –-(Ammoland.com)- It has been almost ten years since the Supreme Court of The United States has taken up a gun law related case. In that case, Dick Hiller defeated the Washington DC gun ban. The court ruled that the Second Amendment protected an individual's right to possess a firearm. Since then the court has refused to take up any further gun cases until now. SCOTUS will review a New York City ban on transf...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Maryland, Guns, Supreme Court, Washington, New York City, United States, Washington Dc, Lawsuits, John, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Nra, Sonia Sotomayor, John Roberts, National Rifle Association


BlocBoy JB Sues Fortnite Creators Over “Shoot” Dance Emote

Epic Games, the creator of the hit game Fortnite, has been hit with yet another lawsuit as rapper BlocBoy JB is suing the company over the use of its “shoot” dance emote.The “Look Alive” rapper’s dance became popular in 2018 and he’s now joining a growing list of people who want compensation for the use of their dances in Fortnite.According to BB JB, Epic Games blatantly ripped off his dance and put it in their game using a different name: the “Hype” dance.Here’s BlocBoy’s dance: And here’s For...
Tags: Celebs, Video Games, NFL, Tech, Hip Hop, Lawsuits, Pop Culture, Jazz, Carlton, Epic Games, Alfonso Ribeiro, Fortnite, Russell Horning, Blocboy JB, Fortnite Epic Games, Shoot Dance


Bryan Singer Is Still Directing Red Sonja, World Still Terrible Place

Earlier this week, the world was (unfortunately) not so shocked to read an article in the Atlantic detailing new accusations of the sexual abuse and rape of underage children by X-Men director Bryan Singer. These accusations have been circling the director for a long time now. Today, even in light of the most recent…Read more...
Tags: Science, Atlantic, Lawsuits, Red Sonja, Bryan Singer, Terry Crews, Bryan, Avi Lerner, Millennium Films