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January 2012 Archives

High-tech firms sued over alleged non-recruiting agreements

With such intense competition for programmers and other highly skilled tech talent in Silicon Valley, many workers have become accustomed to frequent calls from competing tech companies trying to lure them away with bigger salaries. But recently the phones have stopped ringing for many of these employees, prompting an antitrust lawsuit against some of the most prominent tech firms.

Macy's sues Martha Stewart Living for breach of contract

Homemaking maven Martha Stewart might be headed toward more legal trouble. She's being sued for breach of contract by Macy's Inc., which alleges that her company, Martha Stewart Omnimedia Inc., entered into an agreement with Macy's rival J.C. Penney Co. Inc to sell certain products in its stores.

Lawsuit could jump-start New Jersey marijuana dispensaries

After Gov. Jon Corzine signed the Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act in 2010, six dispensaries were approved to open in the state, a promising start for medical marijuana advocates and potential patients in New Jersey. But two years later, not one of those centers is even close to opening, and a prominent defense attorney is prepping a lawsuit against the state Health Department for delaying the program. It's an unconventional case in the realm of commercial litigation, but one that has both sides of the issue fired up.

'Spider-Man' director countersued for breach of contract

The entertainment industry is powered in large part by expectations. Producers of television shows, feature films and theatrical productions invest and make money based on speculations that the material within will appeal to paying audiences and advertisers. When a production fails to live up to projections and doesn't rake in the profits everyone involved hoped it would, there can be both financial and legal consequences. Sometimes lawsuits can surface afterward even if the movie, TV show or play is profitable.

New law protects trade secrets of New Jersey businesses

A bill just signed into law by Gov. Chris Christie promises to help protect the trade secrets of businesses across New Jersey by establishing specific remedies when intellectual property such as a formula, design, prototype or invention is misappropriated.

Businesses barred from 'neither admit nor deny" defense, SEC says

Companies and individuals will no longer be able to say they "neither admit nor deny" wrongdoing in a civil case if they've admitted to related criminal charges following a policy change by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The change, which is already in effect, could have a major impact on commercial litigation nationwide.

Here's a sweet new business: toothpaste made from cocoa extract

A new business formation this month has the potential to raise the interest of children everywhere: cocoa toothpaste. Although it doesn't taste like chocolate, Theodent contains a blend of cocoa extract and other minerals to strengthen and harden tooth enamel. It contains no fluoride, which has been associated with troubling health conditions such as thyroid disorders and bone disease.

Retired officer sues Port Authority for breach of contract

Most companies and government agencies offer some type of benefits and perks to their employees, and many extend these to their retirees. Some of the perks are financial, which can be extra helpful to those on a fixed income. But what happens when these benefits suddenly become invalid?

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