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“Patent Troll” Bill Fails to Pass in Congress

Posted on November 24, 2014

On Wednesday, May 21, Congress rejected a bill that would have served to curb so called, “patent troll” lawsuits. “Patent troll” suits are usually brought by a company that patents a product with no intention of putting the product on the market. Rather, the company makes its money on the patent by enforcing its patent rights against infringers. The bill was meant to limit those companies, widely known as “patent trolls,” whose main … Read More

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Group of Male LAPD Officers Accused of Sexual Harassment in Lawsuit against LAPD

Posted on November 12, 2014

In March 2014, Guadalupe Lopez, a female police officer and deputy with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, filed a lawsuit against the County of Los Angeles, alleging that she and other female members of the Sheriff’s Department suffered sexual harassment at the hands of a group of male officers who call themselves the “Banditos.” Lopez is suing the department and 100 unnamed deputies for alleged sexual harassment, a hostile work environment, and … Read More

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