Unfair Competition. Legal news and articles for August 26 - 31, 2011

Back Issues: Innovation trumps imitationLIAT And CAL to Go to CourtCCI ticks off DLF in new case of unfair practice, but no fineDLF again found guilty of abusing dominance, no fine this timeIsrael says 'no' to racially divided schoolsBULLION MORNING - Gold prices slightly higher, expected to reach $1800/oz by closeMatt Lindland Breaks Silence on Dan Henderson-Team Quest LawsuitLetters of the Week: Aug 29 - Sep 2Civil servants' emails not cabinet confidenceA security turf war?Deckers, Emu Resolve Ugg Trademark SuitJudge Dismisses Many of Monte Cahn's Claims Against Oversee.netBNA Books Announces the Publication of "Patents and the Federal Circuit, Tenth ...ITC Issues Unanimous Affirmative Preliminary Decision in Antidumping Duty Case...BULLION MORNING - Market higher, waits anxiously for the outcome of Fed meeting

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BASE & PRECIOUS METALS - European Opening View - Gold slipping on risk trade ...
FXstreet.comAugust 25, 2011

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The Tipping Point: City of Dallas Plays Unfairly in Competition Over Trash Dumping
Dallas Observer (blog)August 25, 2011

There were allegations of public corruption and an FBI investigation in the Skyline case, but as far as I can tell nobody was ever charged with anything. I also have the impression that Lattimore is a respected professional in his industry. ...more »

Unfair Competition. News and Stories

Back Issues: Innovation trumps imitation
Packaging WorldAugust 31, 2011

The Paramount Farms suit filed against Walgreens' PL Pistachio packaging claiming trademark infringement and unfair competition is intriguing to say the least. The Paramount Farms suit filed against Walgreens' PL Pistachio packaging claiming trademark ...more »

LIAT And CAL to Go to Court
Caribarena AntiguaAugust 31, 2011

Antigua St John's - LIAT, the regional carrier headquartered in Antigua, is taking its case against the Trinidad and Tobago-owned Caribbean Airlines to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), claiming unfair competition. The airline's chairman of ...more »

CCI ticks off DLF in new case of unfair practice, but no fine
Hindustan TimesAugust 30, 2011

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) on Tuesday pulled up realty major DLF for use of unfair conditions in its agreements with its home buyers and asked the company to modify them within three months. The directive from the anti-trust body ...more »

DLF again found guilty of abusing dominance, no fine this time
LivemintAugust 30, 2011

PTI New Delhi: A fortnight after penalizing DLF with a hefty sum of Rs630 crore, competition watchdog CCI on Tuesday in another case directed the company to stop formulating and imposing unfair conditions in its agreements with home buyers but did not ...more »

Israel says 'no' to racially divided schools
Ha'aretzAugust 30, 2011

"The risk of exposing the state, state-religious and Arab schools systems to unfair competition that is funded by the state endangers the future of Israeli society," he said. "This funding comes on top of very high payments by parents, which creates a ...more »

BULLION MORNING - Gold prices slightly higher, expected to reach $1800/oz by close
FXstreet.comAugust 30, 2011

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Matt Lindland Breaks Silence on Dan Henderson-Team Quest Lawsuit
CagepotatoAugust 29, 2011

According to “The Law” he hasn't spoken to Henderson about the case and was taken aback when he received notice that he was being sued as it was never discussed prior to court documents being filed. “I never heard anything from [Henderson] before he ...more »

Letters of the Week: Aug 29 - Sep 2
ILW.com (blog)August 29, 2011

Well, we didn't even stay in one state for more than six months, we were “running from the law” not because we were illegal aliens, no, we had student visas. We were running from the law because my ex-husband was a wife beater and each time the ...more »

Civil servants' emails not cabinet confidence
Winnipeg Free Press (blog)August 29, 2011

It says it was unfairly kept from applying and has gone to court to seek a remedy. None of the five banks which Canada signed up for the subsidies were aboriginal lenders. TWCC believes the program is unfair competition to aboriginal lenders and ...more »

A security turf war?
New York PostAugust 29, 2011

Imagine what Blockbuster would have done if it had the authority to investigate Netflix for unfair competition, and you'll get the idea. I have no inside information showing that the AP story was prompted by jealous rivals. ...more »

Deckers, Emu Resolve Ugg Trademark Suit
Law360 (subscription)August 26, 2011

... settled its trademark infringement and unfair competition suit accusing Emu Australia Inc. of infringing its Ugg trademarks. US District Judge Josephine Staton Tucker approved a joint stipulation motion and dismissed the case with prejudice. ...more »

Judge Dismisses Many of Monte Cahn's Claims Against Oversee.net
Domain Name WireAugust 26, 2011

The judge granted Oversee.net's Motion to Dismiss (pdf) five claims ranging from Intentional and Negligent Misrepresentation to Unfair Competition. Oversee.net has argued that the case is merely a breach of contract case. When it filed the motion to ...more »

BNA Books Announces the Publication of "Patents and the Federal Circuit, Tenth ...
Bradenton HeraldAugust 26, 2011

The monumental reference deals with both the high-profile cases and the "uncelebrated decisions" that tend to slip under the radar and fits them into an analytical framework that reveals their true significance. Patents and the Federal Circuit ...more »

ITC Issues Unanimous Affirmative Preliminary Decision in Antidumping Duty Case...
MarketWatch (press release)August 26, 2011

As a result of this unfair competition, the domestic industry has suffered significant declines in production, sales and profitability. Record information indicates that the Korean producers have massive capacity to produce LPTs and have been building ...more »

BULLION MORNING - Market higher, waits anxiously for the outcome of Fed meeting
FXstreet.comAugust 26, 2011

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