Artist and Developer Settle Lawsuit Over Fate of Landmark Detroit Illuminated Mural

(DETROIT, MI) – When Detroit-based artist Katie Craig sued developer Princeton Enterprises under the Visual Artists Rights Act last January,…

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Iowa Select Herbs Banned from Marketing Misbranded and Adulterated Supplements

Many dietary supplements and drugs claim to provide some type of health benefit. Walk into any Walgreens and you will…

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CFPB Study Confirms Arbitration Clauses Do Not Benefit Consumers

If you ask a company representative if they think arbitration clauses are harmful to consumers, more than likely, they will…

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You Might Be Able to Avoid Forced Arbitration, Even in 2014

The Seventh Circuit has recently upheld litigants’ rights to pursue their claims in court rather than in forced arbitration in…

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Aqua Dots Revisited

A few months ago, I wrote a short blog post to discuss my disagreement with a Northern District of Illinois…

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Hope Springs Eternal: Senators Franken and Blumenthal and Representative Johnson Combat AT&T v. Concepcion

Shortly after Supreme Court ruling in AT&T v. Concepcion was released, many consumer advocate attorneys (and even professors) claimed that…

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Dannon To Pay $21 Million for False Claims

Thirty-nine states have filed a lawsuit against Dannon for exaggerating the health benefits of its products. Dannon will pay $21 million…

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Bad Guys Finish Last?

Last week, an online eyeglass retailer found out the bad publicity was good publicity. Vitaly Borker, owner of DecorMyEyes, claims…

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