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Car Dealer Can Enforce Trademark Settlement (access required)

A used car dealership that settled its trademark and false advertising suit against a defendant who used plaintiff dealership’s trademark, “Everybody Rides,” can enforce the settlement agreement in the Charlottesville U.S. District Court. The parties’ settlement provided defendant would cease ...

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Discovery Ordered on Notice of Food-Poisoning Claim (access required)

In a restaurant patron’s suit for damages from food poisoning after eating shellfish at defendant’s restaurant, the Roanoke U.S. District Court denies each side’s motion for summary judgment, as there has been insufficient discovery to determine whether defendant Land & ...

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