updated - October 19, 2019 Saturday EDT
Franklin Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate has ordered Amaya Inc., the parent company of PokerStars.com, to pay Kentucky $870 million for “calculating that breaking the law was good for business,” according to a report from The Washington Times. Amaya will be appealing the ruling and will avail itself of any and all remedies available to it.
The Gillette Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Proctor & Gamble Company (P&G), has filed a lawsuit against the Dollar Shave Club, a marketer and retailer of shaving products, according to a press release issued by the Gillette. The lawsuit, which was filed in the District of Delaware, cites the unauthorized use of patented technology that is intended to protect Gillette’s significant investment in razor technology.
Attorney General of Washington State Bob Ferguson has announced in a press release that they are suing iYogi, one of the biggest independent tech support providers in the world, and its president, Vishal Dhar.
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. is being sued over false advertising by a Californian woman after the restaurant chain announced on April 27 that it is the first national restaurant company to use ingredients that are GMO-free, according to a report from Reuters.
The revised complaint now alleges a broader conspiracy, following the cooperation of certain defendants that settled the lawsuit, and added four banks as defendants, that weren’t previously named in the lawsuit filed in 2013, according to the press release.
McDonald's franchise owners in Shavertown, Pennsylvania have come under fire after several employees filed a lawsuit against them, claiming they have been paying workers with a payroll debit card that charges employees to get their money, New York Daily News reports.