Monthly Archives: November, 2019

OSHA Report Shows Alarming Injury Rate at Amazon Warehouse

One of Amazon’s largest warehouses and urban fulfillment centers, which opened in New York City’s borough of Staten Island in September 2018 is a...

Pro Music Rights Sues Spotify For Failed Royalty Payment

On November 25, plaintiff Pro Music Rights filed a complaint against Defendant, Spotify (Pro Music Rights, LLC and Sosa Entertainment LLC v. Spotify AB,...

Postmates Resists Multi-Million-Dollar Arbitration Fees in Dispute with Drivers

Jamal Adams and 5,256 other individuals in California and Illinois working as delivery drivers, filed a Petitioners’ Motion against Postmates, Inc. to compel arbitration...

Federal Government Cracks Down on Huawei

A group of bipartisan senators sent a letter to President Trump asking him to stop issuing licenses to American companies involved with...

Viavi Solutions Sues LG and its Suppliers over 3D Sensory Tech

Viavi Solutions Inc. is suing Optrontec Inc. and the LG companies LG Innotek Co., Ltd., LG Electronics, Inc., and LG Electronics U.S.A., Inc. in...

Uber Loses its Driver’s License in London

On November 25, Uber lost its license in London to carry paying passengers; this is the second time this has occurred in...

Texas Attorney General Settles Suit Against T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

On November 25, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, settled the suit with T-Mobile Inc. and Sprint Corp. over antitrust concerns. Texas will...

StubHub Returns to Original Co-Founder

Auction giant eBay is planning to sell StubHub to the Swiss ticket company Viagogo for $4.05 billion. eBay and Viagogo both facilitate...