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High-Rise Building Copyright Claim Fails (access required)

In this suit alleging the design of a high-rise apartment building in McLean, Va., infringes on plaintiff architectural firm’s copyright for a condominium building in Minneapolis, the 4th Circuit upholds summary judgment for defendant design firm. Plaintiff Humphreys & Partners ...

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Dismissal Upheld for Joint Supplement Complaint (access required)

The 4th Circuit affirms summary judgment for defendants GNC and Rite Aid in this suit alleging violation of various states’ consumer protection laws by marketing glucosamine and chondroitin supplements as promoting joint health; because the marketing statements that accurately describe ...

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No False Ad Claim for ‘Bonded Leather’ Ads (access required)

Defendants, a furniture manufacture, a leather industry trade association and its laboratory and lab director, win summary judgment in a false advertising suit filed by a furniture covering designer that alleged defendants’ advertisements and statements referencing a “bonded leather” product ...

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Bieber Faces Revived Copyright Suit (access required)

A Virginia-based R&B singer/songwriter “DeRico” gets another chance to make his copyright infringement case against Usher and Justin Bieber who recorded several versions of plaintiff’s “Somebody to Love” song; the 4th Circuit reverses dismissal of the songwriters’ suit, saying a ...

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