MSCHF, a Brooklyn-based art group, converted 666 pairs of Nike Air Max 97s into its “Satan Sneakers” as part of a limited-edition collection for Lil Nas X. Even though theyContinue reading “#InTheNews – Nike Files Trademark Infringement Suit.”
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#CaseCommentary – NCAA v. Alston
Against the context of March Madness, college sports’ most famous and lucrative affair, there is a decades-long reckoning underway that will permanently alter the face of college athletics. Earlier today,Continue reading “#CaseCommentary – NCAA v. Alston”
#LearnTheLaw – What is a Contract?
Contracts are promises that the law will enforce to be met. The law behind the security of a contract provides remedies to the harmed party which is commonly resolved inContinue reading “#LearnTheLaw – What is a Contract?”
Back For More: $188 million Powerball Winner sued by ex-Fiancé.
Marie Holmes, a woman from Brunswick Country, North Carolina, had won the $188 million Powerball jackpot back in 2015. This win was the largest jackpot win ever in the historyContinue reading “Back For More: $188 million Powerball Winner sued by ex-Fiancé.”
Imagine being a bank and sending someone the wrong Venmo…
Citibank will not be able to rectify one of the biggest blunders in banking history, a US District judge has ruled. The error was an accidental transfer of $900 millionContinue reading “Imagine being a bank and sending someone the wrong Venmo…”
Class Action lawsuit filed against Robinhood
Brendon Nelson, a Robinhood user, has filed a suit against the online brokerage firm by accusing Robinhood of denying access to its users to buy shares of GameStop (“GME”). TheContinue reading “Class Action lawsuit filed against Robinhood”
A Boogie w/ the Hoodie Lawsuit
The rapper A Boogie wit da Hoodie has been sued by a couple from New Jersey seeking damages worth more than $260,000. The lawsuit has been filed by Dr. LawrenceContinue reading “A Boogie w/ the Hoodie Lawsuit”
Jeff Bezos Defamation Suit
Jeff Bezos, requested before the Los Angeles County Superior Court, demanding his girlfriend’s brother Michael Sanchez to pay him $1,676,919.50 in lawyer fees and $36,019.26 in other costs. These feesContinue reading “Jeff Bezos Defamation Suit”
Subway Sued for Fake Tuna?
Subway uses the words “flaked tuna,” “freshly baked bread,” and “crisp veggies” to describe its tuna sandwich. A combination of those words will surely entice you to buy that sandwichContinue reading “Subway Sued for Fake Tuna?”