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Email between blogger's attorney, Center for Individual Rights barred from dispute over legal fees

By Elizabeth Alt | Aug 13, 2018

MIAMI – The Center for Individual Rights (CIR) was recently granted part of its motion to prevent blogger Irina Chevaldina from introducing certain records at trial in which CIR alleges that Chevaldina still owes them for representing her in a copyright lawsuit over Chevaldina’s use of a photo in her blog

Pharmaceutical company escapes punitive damages sought by stroke victim

By Elizabeth Alt | Aug 9, 2018

A man who blamed the drug Tasigna for a debilitating stroke cannot seek punitive damages in his lawsuit, a federal judge ruled July 31.

Court dismisses suit claiming credit card processor violated RICO Act

By Elizabeth Alt | Aug 8, 2018

MIAMI – The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida recently decided to partly grant a motion to dismiss a suit claiming a credit card processing company committed multiple acts of fraud by reprogramming credit card machines to send payment to themselves.

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