January 12, 2021 by John David in Litigation, Uncategorized

PacifiCorp Sued for Wrongful Death and Negligence by Slater Fire Victims

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE        Singleton Schreiber representing victims of fire that burned 157,000 acres in California and Oregon SACRAMENTO, CALIF. (January 11, 2020) – Singleton Schreiber McKenzie & Scott (SSMS), a leading California fire litigation law firm, filed a lawsuit alleging that negligence by the utility company PacifiCorp was cause of

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October 23, 2020 by John David in Litigation

Singleton Law Firm Sues PGE on Behalf of Santiam Canyon Fire Victims

Individual lawsuits filed against Portland General Electric for wildfire damage caused by downed power lines FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   PORTLAND, OR (October 23, 2020) – Singleton Law Firm, a leading West Coast fire litigation law firm, recently filed a lawsuit against Portland General Electric (PGE) for its negligence in causing the

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September 15, 2020 by John David in Litigation

Ultimate Rap League Sued by Co-Founder Dagoberto Velez for $40 Million

Executive alleges he was wrongfully forced out after lucrative deal signed with Drake and Caffeine, Inc. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE      NEW YORK, NY. (September 15, 2020) – Co-founder of the Ultimate Rap League, Dagoberto Velez recently filed a $40 million lawsuit against Ultimate Rap League LLC (URL), alleging he

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June 30, 2020 by John David in Litigation, Privacy

Medolac Laboratories Prepares for Trial Against Prolacta Bioscience

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Breast milk co-op sues manufacturer for defamation, breach of contract and business interference BOULDER CITY, NV (June 30, 2020) – Medolac Laboratories continues to prepare for the upcoming trial in its lawsuit against Prolacta Bioscience, alleging defamation, breach of contract and tortious interference. Medolac, an industry leader

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March 30, 2020 by John David in Copyright, Litigation

Owl Tutoring to Fight Trademark Claims by Florida Atlantic University

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                    Owner, an FAU alum, shocked by actions of his alma mater BOCA RATON, Fla. (March 30, 2020) — Owl Tutoring, Inc., a well-regarded collegiate tutoring company operating with the same name for more than 10 years, today announced it is fighting the trademark claims made against it

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January 28, 2020 by John David in Litigation

Former USC Law School Professor Files Appeal Over Botched Tenure Review

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                            Supported by more than 50 law and economics professors, Professor Shmuel Leshem continues legal fight against scandal-ridden university LOS ANGELES (January 28, 2020) – Former University of Southern California (USC) law professor Shmuel Leshem recently filed an appeal against the university, alleging USC Gould Law School botched

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May 07, 2019 by John David in Intellectual Property, Litigation

Ultimate Outdoor Movies Sues FunFlicks, LLC for Fraud, Defamation and Civil Conspiracy

Movie screen rental company broke contracts and stole trade secrets from licensee BALTIMORE (May 7, 2019) – An effort to negotiate a licensing agreement turned ugly when executives from FunFlicks, LLC conspired to put one of its competitors out of business by stealing its trade secrets and defaming its owners,

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May 02, 2019 by John David in Uncategorized

Judge Rules Against Manion Stigger, LLP and Cooper & Elliott, LLC Regarding Privileged Files

Pinnacle Surety gains access to documents in breach of fiduciary duty case; judge to rule on crime-fraud exception LOUISVILLE, KY (May 2, 2019) – Pinnacle Surety, a professional surety bond agency, announced that a magistrate judge ruled in its favor in a motion against Manion Stigger, LLP, Cooper & Elliott,

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October 25, 2018 by John David in Litigation

Precision Computer Services Sues Newtown Savings Bank for Negligence, Breach of Contract

Suit says bank breached fiduciary duty when it allowed fraudulent $67,000 wire transfer NEWTOWN, Conn. Oct. 25, 2018) – Technology firm Precision Computer Services, Inc. recently filed a multi-count lawsuit against Newtown Savings Bank after the bank failed to identify a fraudulent wire transfer order, and bank employees sent $67,560

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September 18, 2018 by John David in Intellectual Property, Litigation

Hispanic Marketer Omni Direct Sues CDR Fundraising Group for Fraud, Theft of Trade Secrets

Suit says CDR used stolen data in fundraising campaigns for Wounded Warriors and Shriners MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD (Sept. 18, 2018) – Omni Direct, a leader in direct marketing to Hispanic audiences, recently sued CDR Fundraising Group for breach of contract, fraud and misappropriation of trade secrets. The lawsuit alleges that

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