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Supreme Court again limits where companies can be sued

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Supreme Court on Monday slapped limits on where injury lawsuits may be filed for the second time in three weeks, again siding with businesses that want to prevent plaintiffs from "shopping" for friendly courts for their cases......»»

Category: topSource: reutersJun 19th, 2017

Supreme Court Further Limits Plaintiffs" Venue Shopping

The Supreme Court dealt a blow to consumer plaintiffs by limiting where lawsuits against companies with business in multiple states can be heard......»»

Category: smallbizSource: wsjJun 19th, 2017

Supreme Court tightens rules on where companies can be sued

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Category: topSource: reutersMay 30th, 2017

Supreme Court Ruling Could Hinder ‘Patent Trolls’

The court placed tight limits on where patent lawsuits may be filed, a blow to companies that buy patents to demand royalties and sue for damages......»»

Category: dealsSource: nytMay 22nd, 2017

Supreme Court Limits Where Patent Suits Can Be Filed

The Supreme Court limited the ability of patent holders to bring infringement lawsuits in courts with plaintiff friendly reputations, which could provide a boost to companies that defend against patent claims......»»

Category: smallbizSource: wsjMay 22nd, 2017

Justices rule against consumer in debt collection case

The Supreme Court says debt collection companies can't be sued for trying to recover years-old credit card debt from people who seek bankruptcy protection......»»

Category: topSource: foxnewsMay 15th, 2017

U.S. Supreme Court may limit where companies can be sued

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared poised to clamp down on where corporations can be sued, a potential setback for plaintiffs' lawyers who strive to bring cases in courts and locales they consider friendly......»»

Category: topSource: reutersApr 25th, 2017

Supreme Court to Hear Case that Could Limit Lawsuits Against Companies for Disclosure Failures

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to consider whether publicly traded companies can be sued for securities fraud by third parties for omitting “known trends or uncertainties” in filings to shareholders......»»

Category: smallbizSource: wsjMar 27th, 2017

Verizon Leads Charge for Supreme Court to Boost Cell Phone Privacy

Apple, Facebook, Twitter, Snap, and Google are also onboard. More than a dozen high technology companies and the biggest wireless operator in the United States, Verizon Communications vz .....»»

Category: europeSource: fortuneAug 15th, 2017

No renewal of insurance for vehicles without PUC, says Apex court

In a bid to curb pollution, the Supreme Court today issued a slew of directions including that insurance companies will not renew insurance of a vehicle unless the owner provides pollution under cont........»»

Category: topSource: thehindubusinesslineAug 10th, 2017

Odisha may get windfall revenue of over Rs 25,000 cr from defaulter miners

Odisha may have a revenue bonanza in excess of Rs 25,000 crore in the current fiscal thanks to the Supreme Court order on illegal mining in the state.The apex court has asked the mining companies to cough up 100 per cent of the va.....»»

Category: topSource: business-standardAug 2nd, 2017

Supreme Court imposes 100% penalty on illegal mining in Odisha

Dealing a body blow to the mining companies that unlawfully raised huge quantities of iron ore and manganese ore, the Supreme Court today called for recovery of 100 per cent compensation in lieu of the excess ore lifted.Disp.....»»

Category: topSource: business-standardAug 2nd, 2017

Supreme Court ruling leads to offensive trademark requests

A small group of companies and individuals are looking to register racially charged words and symbols for their products, including the N-word and a swastika, based on a U.S. Supreme Court decision on trademarks last month......»»

Category: topSource: moneycentralJul 23rd, 2017

Supreme Court ruling leads to offensive trademark requests

A small group of companies and individuals are looking to register racially charged words and symbols for their products, including the N-word and a swastika, based on a U.S. Supreme Court decision on trademarks last month......»»

Category: topSource: moneycentralJul 23rd, 2017

Supreme Court ruling leads to offensive trademark requests

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A small group of companies and individuals are looking to register racially charged words and symbols for their products, including the N-word and a swastika, based on a U.S. Supreme Court decision on trademarks last month......»»

Category: topSource: reutersJul 23rd, 2017

Georgia Supreme Court sends tax collection dispute back to trial court

The Georgia Supreme Court Friday rejected a lower court's decision in a dispute involving the allocation of tax revenue from alcohol sales at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The city of College Park sued Clayton County two years ago, as.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsJun 30th, 2017

In a Win for Religious Founders, Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Case on Objection to Same-Sex Marriage

The court's move--coupled with Trump's recent decision to roll back an Obamacare mandate that private companies cover contraception--suggests the government is warming to religious businesses......»»

Category: topSource: incJun 27th, 2017

Yeti takes 3 more competitors to court

Yeti Coolers LLC is trying to freeze out more competitors that it accuses of copying its design. The Austin-based maker of coolers and drink containers has sued three more companies over "confusingly similar" tumblers, which are large, insulated cups: R.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsJun 27th, 2017

Supreme Court ruling could make it harder to file class-action lawsuits against companies

The courtrooms of Madison County — and Cook Cou.....»»

Category: topSource: chicagotribuneJun 22nd, 2017

Law: Supreme Court limits class-action suits

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Category: topSource: bizjournalsJun 20th, 2017

Supreme Court ruling results in talc lawsuit mistrial

A St. Louis judge has declared a mistrial in a talcum powder trial after the U.S. Supreme Court placed limits on where injury lawsuits could be filed......»»

Category: topSource: foxnewsJun 19th, 2017