Thomas Jefferson School of Law, plagued with costs associated with its new $90 million building, has reached a restructuring agreement that cuts its debt by nearly $87 million.
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- FTC Sues Online Dating Site Over Fake Flirty Profiles
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A round up of news from ALM affiliated publications and around the web: censored documents concerning issues at Guantanamo Bay, no charges yet in Virginia embezzlement case and Whirlpool beats a moldy washer class action.
A federal trial judge in Washington hit the stop button on a suit over the removal of the YouTube video "LuvYa LuvYa LuvYa," sending the case against Google to a California judge to decide.
The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday sued baby food maker Gerber Products Co., alleging the company misled consumers by suggesting that its “Gerber Good Start Gentle” formula prevents or reduces the risk babies will develop allergies.
That handsome stranger who likes piña coladas and getting caught in the rain, the one who just winked at you online? He might be a computer-generated fake, trying to trick you into upgrading to a paid online dating membership, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
A California surgeon alleges Kimberly-Clark Corp. is putting health care personnel in peril by willfully misrepresenting that its top medical gowns will protect against the transmission of the Ebola and other deadly viruses, according to a proposed $500 million class action.
A federal judge presiding over multidistrict litigation in which plaintiffs allege that the price of potatoes was fixed in violation of antitrust laws has decided against taking the side of plaintiffs or defendants in a dispute over whether 1,100 documents are protected by the attorney-client privilege.