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Use of NAACP Marks Not ‘Parody’ (access required)

Plaintiff anti-abortion activist whose foundation and website consistently referred to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People as the National Association for the “Abortion” of Colored People has infringed defendant’s NAACP and association name trademarks in violation of ...

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Vision-impaired employee fired for repeated tardiness – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff, who is legally blind, was discharged from her employment as an assistant manager at Golden Corral for repeated tardiness. Plaintiff came to work for Golden Corral in 2006. She contended that, due to her visual disability, she was reliant ...

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No Stay in Fraud-Detection Software Case (access required)

In plaintiff software developer’s suit alleging defendant title company has infringed plaintiff’s patented real estate settlement fraud prevention software system, a Norfolk U.S. District Court denies a motion to stay this suit pending a decision by the Patent Trial and ...

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Restaurant Ended ‘Accommodations,’ Employee Says (access required)

A restaurant bakery manager who alleges employer accommodated her visual disability for several years by permitting her to arrive late, as she could not drive and took taxis, and by printing out her work schedule because she could not read ...

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