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6 LAPD employees sued the city over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate, saying it creates a 'hostile work environment'

Los Angeles Police Department officers. David McNew/Getty Images LA is requiring city employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Oct. 5, with some exemptions. Six LAPD employees are suing the city, saying the mandate violates their rights. They said it created a "hostile work environment" in the police force. See more stories on Insider's business page. Six Los Angeles Police Department employees are suing the city over its vaccine mandate, which requires most city employees ...
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A man suing 7 airlines plans to accuse them of a 'conspiracy to interfere with civil rights' - and says more people are joining his lawsuit

The lawsuit against multiple airlines was filed in June. Christian Petersen/Getty Images A frequent flier suing seven airlines plans to broaden his lawsuit with new plaintiffs. Lucas Wall said he plans on Monday to file an amended complaint with about 10 new plaintiffs. Additional charges will include including "conspiracy to interfere with civil rights," he said. See more stories on Insider's business page. A frequent flier suing seven US airlines said on Monday he plans to file an am...
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NorCal Judge Rules Apple Can’t Force Developers To Exclusively Use App Store Payment System

(CNN) — Apple can no longer prohibit app developers from directing users to payment options outside its App Store, a judge ruled on Friday. The decision, which followed a contentious court battle with the maker of the hugely popular Fortnite video game, is a major blow to Apple — but the company also scored a partial victory as the judge stopped short of calling it a monopoly. Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers of the US District Court in the Northern District of California ruled on Friday that Apple ...
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A judge delayed the trial of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes after a juror said they were potentially exposed to COVID-19

Elizabeth Holmes, founder of Theranos. Stephen Lam/Reuters Elizabeth Holmes' trial was delayed after a juror said they were potentially exposed to COVID-19. A juror told the judge they were awaiting lab test results, but had no symptoms, a court filing said. Judge Edward Davila canceled Friday's proceedings. The trial is scheduled to resume Tuesday. See more stories on Insider's business page. A judge has delayed the trial of Elizabeth Holmes, the founder and former CEO of Ther...
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Makers of TGI Fridays Onion Rings Snacks hit with a lawsuit over claims they do not contain real onions

The lawsuit alleges that the snacks "lack the depth of real onion flavor." Veta/Getty Images A man sued Inventure Foods, makers of TGI Fridays Onion Ring Snacks, over their onion content. The Illinois man said they only have onion powder, not real onions. The lawsuit was the latest filed against the Utz Brands subsidiary over their TGI Fridays snacks. See more stories on Insider's business page. A customer is suing the company behind TGI Fridays Onion Rings Snacks, which are sold in g...
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2021 New Jersey Second Amendment Litigation Roundup ~ We’re Coming For You NJ

2021 New Jersey Second Amendment Litigation Roundup ~ We’re Coming For You NJ New Jersey – -(AmmoLand.com)- There have been all kinds of activities throughout the country in the way of litigation to return constitutional rights to the people. In New Jersey, one of the strongholds of squishing freedom, there actually is a lot going on. Oftentimes people read about a case, get excited, and move on. The wheels of justice are so slow that it’s easy to forget what irons we have in the fire. With 2...
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India: Altpass LLC Files Patent Infringement Suit Against Apple Over Iphone Security Tools - Khurana and Khurana

Altpass LLC, a non-practicing entity has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against technology conglomerate Apple Inc at the US District Court for the Western District of Texas in August 2021.
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An Indiana woman is suing the CDC, Sephora, Krispy Kreme, and AMC Theatres over COVID mask requirements, saying her lawsuit was a calling from God

Sephora was one of 16 defendants named in the lawsuit. Mary Altaffer/AP Photo An Indiana woman is suing the CDC and multiple retailers over mask requirements. "I've been horribly discriminated against," Jennifer J. Reinoehl, who has asthma, told Insider. The WHO says masks are "a key measure to suppress transmission and save lives." See more stories on Insider's business page. An Indiana woman has filed a lawsuit against the CDC and multiple retailers, alleging that their mask req...
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An Indiana woman is suing the CDC, Sephora, Krispy Kreme, and AMC Theatres over COVID-19 mask requirements, saying her lawsuit was a calling from God

Sephora was one of 16 defendants named in the lawsuit. Mary Altaffer/AP Photo An Indiana woman is suing the CDC and multiple retailers over mask requirements. "I've been horribly discriminated against," Jennifer Reinoehl, who has asthma, told Insider. The WHO says masks are "a key measure to suppress transmission and save lives." See more stories on Insider's business page. An Indiana woman has filed a lawsuit against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and multiple ret...
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7 airlines, including Southwest and Delta, are trying to dismiss a man's anti-mask lawsuit, saying he has no authority to sue them in federal court

The lawsuit alleged that multiple airlines had violated the Air Carrier Access Act. David McNew/Getty Images Airlines responded to a mask-mandate suit, saying the claim should be filed with the government. Delta, Southwest, JetBlue, Alaska, Allegiant, Frontier, and Spirit responded in federal court. There is "no private right of action," lawyers for Frontier and Allegiant wrote. See more stories on Insider's business page. Seven airlines sought to dismiss a lawsuit over mask requireme...
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SEC charges a Georgia man with operating a decade-long Ponzi scheme that made more than $110 million

Andrew Kelly/Reuters The SEC is charging a Georgia man with allegedly operating a decade-long Ponzi scheme. The regulator said John Woods preyed on elderly victims in the scheme. Woods allegedly operated the Ponzi scheme through two entities: Southport Capital and Horizon Private Equity. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. The SEC is charging a Georgia man with allegedly operating a decade-long Ponzi scheme that raised more than $110 million from o...
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A former Amazon employee who says she has a bowel condition accused the company of firing her for taking too many bathroom breaks

The June lawsuit was filed in New Jersey Superior Court. Pascal Rossignol/Reuters A former Amazon warehouse employee said she was fired after taking too many bathroom breaks. Maria Iris Jennitte Olivero filed a lawsuit, which said she suffered from irritable bowel syndrome. In the lawsuit, Olivero accused her manager of firing her before she could get a doctor's note. See more stories on Insider's business page. An Amazon warehouse employee who said she had irritable bowel syndrom...
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US District Court judge gives plantiff two weeks to refile failed ADM antitrust case

In Illinois, Bloomberg reports a US District Court judge has thrown out an attempted antitrust case over Archer Daniels Midland allegedly manipulating ethanol prices, saying the lead plaintiff hadn’t sufficiently proven that it had been “knocked out of the market”. As a result, the judge for the Central District of Illinois has given the company until August 30 to refile the case or lose the opportunity to move the case forward. At least seven cases in Illinois and previously in Nebraska had bee...
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US District Court in CT: Gun Permit not Valid Cause for Arrest and Search

  US District Court in CT: Gun Permit not Valid Cause for Arrest and Search, iStock-884198420 U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- On 12 November 2018, at about 8:34 pm, Basel Soukaneh was driving in Waterbury, Connecticut. He was not familiar with the area and was attempting to find a house he was considering purchasing. The GPS on his cellphone had frozen. The cell phone was on a holder on the dash, so he pulled over to adjust it. Shortly after he pulled over, with the engine running, an officer knock...
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‘Enlightened by QAnon’: California man charged with spear-gun killing of his 2 children in Mexico

By Alexandra Meeks, Josh Campbell and Travis Caldwell | CNN A California man confessed to killing his two young children, allegedly telling an FBI investigator he thought they were “going to grow into monsters so he had to kill them,” according to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday. Matthew Taylor Coleman, a 40-year-old Santa Barbara surfing school instructor, has been charged with foreign murder of US nationals after allegedly taking his 2-year-old son and 10-month-old daughter into Mexico a...
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2 Myanmar citizens arrested on charges of 'conspiracy to assault Myanmar's Representative to the United Nations'

This July 27, 2007 file photo shows the United Nations Headquarters building in New York. Two Myanmar citizens have been arrested on charges alleging that they conspired to oust Myanmar's ambassador to the United Nations by injuring or killing him. U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss said in a release on Friday, Aug. 6, 2021 that Phyo Hein Htut and Ye Hein Zaw plotted to seriously injure or kill Kyaw Moe Tun in an attack that was to take place in Westchester County. AP Photo/Osamu Honda, File ...
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Zoom Lied about End-to-End Encryption

The facts aren’t news, but Zoom will pay $85M — to the class-action attorneys, and to users — for lying to users about end-to-end encryption, and for giving user data to Facebook and Google without consent. The proposed settlement would generally give Zoom users $15 or $25 each and was filed Saturday at US District Court for the Northern District of California. It came nine months after Zoom agreed to security improvements and a “prohibition on privacy and security misrepresentations” in a settl...
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Stimulus checks totaling almost $800 million went to incarcerated people, IRS records show

IRS documents were obtained by American Crossroads. Andrew Harnik/AP Photo About 560,000 incarcerated people received $783.5 million in stimulus payments, Fox News reported. The payments followed debates in congress and courtrooms over payments to incarcerated people. In October, a federal judge ruled that excluding such individuals was "arbitrary and capricious." See more stories on Insider's business page. People incarcerated in US prisons received $783.5 million in stimulus payments...
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Southwest sues Skiplagged in Texas, escalating its legal challenge against flight-search sites that display its fares

Southwest Airlines. David Zalubowski/AP Photo Southwest Airlines sued flight-search site Skiplagged in Texas over displaying the airline's fares. The lawsuit escalated the airline's legal fight, following a lawsuit against Kiwi.com. "Neither Skiplagged nor Kiwi is authorized to display Southwest fares," the airline said. See more stories on Insider's business page. Southwest Airlines filed a lawsuit against Skiplagged, a flight search engine, in a second legal challenge again...
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Southwest sues Skiplagged in Texas, escalating its legal challenge against flight search websites that display its fares

Southwest Airlines. David Zalubowski/AP Photo Southwest Airlines sued flight-search site Skiplagged in Texas over displaying the airline's fares. The lawsuit escalated the airline's legal fight, following a lawsuit against Kiwi.com. "Neither Skiplagged nor Kiwi is authorized to display Southwest fares," the airline said. See more stories on Insider's business page. Southwest Airlines filed a lawsuit against Skiplagged, a flight search engine, in a second legal challenge again...
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Elon Musk speaks out about Tesla's $1.5 million payment to settle a battery-charging lawsuit, saying 'if we are wrong, we are wrong. In this case, we were.'

Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Matt Rourke/AP Photo Elon Musk used Twitter to discuss a recent Tesla settlement focused on battery capacity. Tesla agreed to pay $1.5 million to settle claims it cut battery capacity to 1,743 vehicles in 2019. "If we are wrong, we are wrong," Musk said on Friday. "In this case, we were." See more stories on Insider's business page. Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the electric-vehicle maker been wrong to lower the maximum charging capacity for some vehicles. "If we are wr...
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Tesla agrees to pay $625 each to 1,700 Model S owners over claims it throttled their batteries with a software update

Tesla CEO Elon Musk. PETER PARKS/AFP via Getty Images Tesla will pay $1.5 million to settle claims it temporarily cut battery capacity in 1,743 cars. This includes $625 each to some Tesla Model S owners whose batteries were hit by a 2019 software update. Tesla released another software update in May 2020 to restore the cars' batteries over time. See more stories on Insider's business page. Tesla has agreed to pay $1.5 million to settle claims that a May 2019 software update temp...
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A former New York state senate candidate posted photos of himself storming the Capitol on Instagram, FBI says

Security footage showing Daniel Christmann entering the US Capitol through a broken window. US District Court A 38-year-old former candidate for New York State Senate has been arrested for his involvement in the January 6 riot at the US Capitol, according to allegations made by the Federal Bureau of Investigations in a court filing on Wednesday.Federal prosecutors accused Daniel Christmann of Brooklyn of storming the Capitol building during the insurrection. In the criminal complaint again...
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Former eBay Supervisor Sentenced To 18 Months in Prison For Cyberstalking Case Targeting Natick Couple

A former security supervisor at eBay received an 18-month federal prison sentence Tuesday for his role in a bizarre campaign of cyberstalking aimed at a Natick couple that ran an online newsletter often critical of the e-commerce giant, authorities said. The Boston Globe: The ex-supervisor, Philip Cooke, 56, of San Jose, Cali., had pleaded guilty in US District Court in Boston in October 2020 to conspiracy to commit cyberstalking and conspiracy to tamper with a witness, legal filings show. On Tu...
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Families suing Boeing for the 737 Max crashes have been delayed a year after the pandemic closed courts

The crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max plane, which crashed in 2019. Xinhua/ via Getty Images The coronavirus slowed cases against Boeing from 737 Max crash victims' families, their lawyer said. The pandemic meant new restrictions on courts, which Bob Clifford said meant limited court access. He said: "Pre-pandemic, the case might be over by now. So we're at least a year behind." See more stories on Insider's business page. Legal cases brought against Boeing by...
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General Motors sues Ford over its 'BlueCruise' self-driving branding, saying it's too similar to GM's 'Cruise.’ Ford says the suit is 'frivolous.'

Ford BlueCruise. Ford General Motors sued Ford for trademark infringement over its "BlueCruise" self-driving tech. "Ford knew exactly what it was doing" when it used a brand name similar to GM's "Cruise," GM said. "We think GM Cruise's claim ... is meritless and frivolous," a Ford spokesperson said. See more stories on Insider's business page. General Motors on Friday filed a lawsuit against Ford over the branding of its "BlueCruise" hands-free driving tech.Ford's April ann...
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General Motors sues Ford over its 'BlueCruise' self-driving branding, saying it's too similar to GM's 'Cruise' and 'Super Cruise.' Ford says the suit is 'frivolous.'

Ford BlueCruise. Ford General Motors sued Ford for trademark infringement over its "BlueCruise" self-driving tech. "Ford knew exactly what it was doing" when it used a brand name similar to GM's "Cruise," GM said. "We think GM Cruise's claim ... is meritless and frivolous," a Ford spokesperson said. See more stories on Insider's business page. General Motors on Friday filed a lawsuit against Ford over the branding of its "BlueCruise" hands-free driving tech.Ford's April ann...
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General Motors sues Ford over its 'BlueCruise' self-driving branding, saying it's too similar to GM's 'Cruise' and 'Super Cruise'

Ford BlueCruise. Ford General Motors sued Ford for trademark infringement over its "BlueCruise" self-driving tech. "Ford knew exactly what it was doing" when it used a brand name similar to GM's "Cruise," GM said. Ford said the term "cruise control" has been widely used for decades, Reuters reported. See more stories on Insider's business page. General Motors on Friday filed a lawsuit against Ford over the branding of its "BlueCruise" hands-free driving tech.Ford's April announ...
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General Motors sues Ford over its BlueCruise self-driving branding, saying it's too similar to GM's Super Cruise brand. Ford says the suit is 'frivolous.'

Ford BlueCruise. Ford General Motors sued Ford for trademark infringement over its "BlueCruise" self-driving tech. "Ford knew exactly what it was doing" when it used a brand name similar to GM's "Cruise," GM said. "We think GM Cruise's claim ... is meritless and frivolous," a Ford spokesperson said. See more stories on Insider's business page. General Motors on Friday filed a lawsuit against Ford over the branding of its "BlueCruise" hands-free driving tech.Ford's April ann...
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Hong Kong police arrest four over alleged $155 million Tether money laundering scheme

Regulators are paying close attention to the crypto world. Cesc Maymo/Getty Images Hong Kong authorities arrested four men over an alleged $155 million money laundering scheme, according to reports. The men, aged between 24 and 33, had made transactions in Tether on a trading platform, officials said. Cryptocurrencies have long been used in crime, as they can provide anonymity and be hard to trace. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Hong Kong customs ...
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