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Treble Damages Reversed in Paper Towel Case (access required)

In Georgia-Pacific’s suit against defendant manufacturer of a cheaper paper towel for “stuffing” into G-P’s trademarked “enMotion” motion-activated paper towel dispenser, the 4th Circuit reverses the damage award for G-P, saying the trial court applied the wrong legal standards for ...

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Failure-to-Hire Claims Not ‘Plausible’ (access required)

An African-American female with over 20 years’ experience as a project manager on environmental regulatory compliance projects with two Maryland state agencies who alleges the biased decision makers for two environmental compliance jobs for which white applicants were hired, instead ...

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Fair Debt Act Covers Filing Judgment Assignment (access required)

Filing of an assignment of judgment in a debt collection action qualifies as debt collection activity that triggers the protections of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and defendant’s alleged misrepresentations of the amount of the judgment and debtor’s payments ...

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