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Cable-Theft Claim Against Restaurant Advances (access required)

Plaintiff sports production company that had a license agreement to show on closed-circuit television a professional boxing championship match may sue defendant restaurant for allegedly intercepting the broadcast and allowing its patrons to see the match; the magistrate judge for ...

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T-Shirt Copyright Case Goes to Trial (access required)

A Charlottesville U.S. District Court says plaintiff owner of copyrights for t-shirt designs may try its claims for copyright infringement, breach of contract, tortious interference and unjust enrichment, for defendant’s alleged conduct of continuing to sell plaintiff’s copyrighted designs after ...

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Email Arbitration Clause Enforceable Against Consumer (access required)

A Verizon customer who is suing over a $135 early-termination fee for his cancellation of his Internet service must arbitrate his complaint based on an arbitration clause embedded in an email, as the initial contract expressly stated that continued use ...

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