Despite claims that it draws its water from "eight natural springs" in the ME area, the suit says, "Poland Spring Water products all contain ordinary groundwater that Defendant collects from wells it drilled in saturated plains or valleys where the water table is within a few feet of the earth's surface".
A US federal court in New York has preliminary approved a nationwide class action settlement against Sony regarding waterproof capabilities offered by certain Xperia smartphones and tablets. The class action lawsuit against the Japanese company alleges that it sold mobile devices that were "deceptively advertised" as waterproof.
Experienced Internet marketers often operate under the misconception that the CAN-SPAM Act doesn’t apply to most routine business communications. With CAN-SPAM Act fines of up to $16,000 per violation, this misconception could add up to a big number.
It's well settled that website click-wrapped agreements presented on SaaS (Software as a Service) websites and ecommerce sites are enforceable against the clicker -- but what about users who access someone else's account without clicking to agree -- are they bound also?
A lawsuit filed in July by a Chicago customer asserts Dunkin' Donuts violated Illinois' Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act by misrepresenting the blueberries in some of its bakery products.
A federal class action lawsuit filed in California alleges that the Walt Disney Company is violating privacy protection laws by collecting children’s personal information from 42 of its apps and sharing the data with advertisers without parental consent.
What kind of information does an airline collect about you as a passenger? And who can access it? For answers, we reviewed the privacy policies of Frontier, United and Southwest. Here’s what we found...
According to a leaked Fyre pitch deck obtained by Vanity Fair, all of the stars who promoted the festival on their Instagram accounts did so without the standard FTC #ad mention. This led followers to believe that Fyre was a genuine event that the supermodels attended every year, not a paid celebrity endorsement.
Does your website incorporate a blog or forum – where users may post text or files? If so, are you liable if your users post defamatory materials about someone else?
“The idea that we can learn about how many people are using the space, when they are there, and how long they are there without having to literally send someone out there to count people is very valuable,” Monica Carney Holmes, the planning coordinator for Charlotte’s urban design office, told Landscape Architecture Magazine.