Monthly Archives: December, 2020

Court Rules Fed. Funded Health Care Facilities Do Not Retain Unqualified Immunity from Tort Lawsuits

On Wednesday in the District of South Carolina, Judge Michelle Childs denied a motion to dismiss claims that Low Country Health Care...

Indian Tribe Claims Hydroelectric Project is Harming Endangered Fish

The Puyallup Tribe of Indians challenged an Electron hydroelectric project on Washington’s Puyallup River on Wednesday in the Western District of Washington....

Tenth Circuit Decides Interlocutory Qualified Immunity Questions in Inmate Mistreatment Case

On Tuesday, an appellate panel concluded that two medical professionals who treated a Washington State inmate could not be held liable for...

Amazon Sued for Patent Infringement in Kindle Devices and Software

On Tuesday, M2M Solutions LLC sued Amazon.com in the District of Delaware for alleged infringement of a patent pertaining to the defendant’s...

FDA Announces Recall of Sportmix Pet Food After 28 Deaths in Dogs

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a recall for some lots of Sportmix Pet Food on Wednesday due to...

Integra vs. Integral, Wilbur-Ellis Opposes BASF Trademark Request

Wilbur-Ellis Company LLC filed an opposition on Tuesday in the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) against BASF Corporation’s request for...

Ticketmaster to Pay $10 Million for Using Stolen Credentials in Attempt to “Choke Off” Rival

Yesterday, the Department of Justice announced that the event and concert ticket distributor and seller Ticketmaster will pay a $10 million criminal...

City of Riverside Sues Bird Scooters

On Tuesday, the City of Riverside, California filed a complaint against Bird Rides, Inc., certain underwriters at Lloyd’s London, and 20 unnamed defendants for...