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’Tis the Season of Giving, Right?

We all think of December as the season of giving. Unfortunately, prevailing defendants in Title VII cases don’t always feel that way. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, prevailing plaintiffs enjoy compensatory...more

California Appeals Court Enjoins Nonjudicial Foreclosure For Lenders’ Failure To Comply With HUD Servicing Requirements

On December 13, the California Court of Appeal for the First Appellate District held that the HUD servicing requirements were incorporated by reference into the borrowers’ FHA deed of trust and served as conditions precedent...more

Trademark Review - Volume 2 | Issue 12 December 2012

In This Issue: • Owner of “WOULD YOU RATHER...?” Wins $8.3 Million • PC ON A STICK Is Not Merely Descriptive • Sonoma Wine Producer Wins Geographically Limited Injunction • Brand Owners Awarded Favorable Damages...more

EEOC Sues Paramount Janitorial Services, Inc. For Retaliation

Janitorial Service Unlawfully Fired Female Janitor for Complaining About Racist Slurs, Federal Agency Charges - PETERSBURG, VA. - Paramount Janitorial Services Inc., a Petersburg, Virginia based janitorial service...more

Second Circuit Approves Post-Judgment Injunction Due To Unique Facts Of Sexual Harassment

EEOC v. KarenKim, Inc., No. 11-3309-cv (2d Cir. Oct. 19, 2012): The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) filed suit on behalf of female employees who worked at the defendant’s Oswego, New York grocery store. During...more

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