Monthly Archives: April, 2020

House Bill Seeks to Make Cannabis Businesses Eligible for COVID-19 Funds

Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) proposed a bill in the House of Representatives that would allow federal relief funds to be made available...

NY AG Investigates Amazon’s COVID-19 Measures, Labor Policies

New York Attorney General Letitia James sent a letter to Amazon warning its COVID-19 health and safety measures “are so inadequate that they may...

Fury Technologies Files Patent Infringement Suit Over UAVs

Fury Technologies filed a patent infringement complaint against drone manufacturer DJI Technology for infringing U.S. Patent Nos. 8,965,598 (“the ‘598 Patent”) and...

FCC Proposes Rule on “One-Ring” Scams

The Federal Communications Commission issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on April, 28, designed to protect Americans from “one-ring” phone scams....

Fitbit False Advertising Suit Appealed

Fitbit has appealed aNorthern District of California judgment approving a class action settlement and granting a reduced award of fees, costs, and...

Chiquita Sued over Colombian Paramilitary Connection

Chiquita Brands International, large banana producer and distributor, is being sued by the nonprofit organization EarthRights International for providing funding to a...

California Class Action Accuses Companies of Price Gouging Eggs During COVID-19

Consumers, including 10 named plaintiffs, filed a class-action lawsuit alleging that essential groceries and specifically eggs were “grossly marked-up,” by producers, wholesalers,...

Food Poisoning Lawsuit Seeks to Solve Who is Responsible for Damages

Del Monte Foods has faced complaints of bodily injury from consumers who purchased their vegetable trays, specifically ones which contain items from...