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Mr. Mogin received his B.A. in economics from Indiana University in 1976 and his J.D. from the University of San Diego in 1980. Mr. Mogin was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1980. He is also admitted in Supreme Court of the United States, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the United States District Courts for the Central, Southern and Northern Districts of California. Mr. Mogin’s litigation practice concentrates on antitrust, unfair competition and complex business litigation. He has been referred to in the national media and legal journals including The Wall Street Journal, The New York ...
When introduced in 1917, the product quickly became a success, which in part was due to implying that Grapico contained real grape juice even though it did not. In the spring of 1926, J. Grossman's Sons sold the Grapico business to New Orleans business Pan American Manufacturing Co. Pan American continued J. Grossman's Sons' improper practice of implying that Grapico contained real grape juice and lost the right to use the word "Grapico" to designate their artificial grape drink in 1929. Although the J. Grossman's Sons line of the brand had ended, the Grapico brand continued on through Alabama ...
IP tango: Is Football in Brazil a Sport or a Religion? None of ...
Hi! Welcome to our weblog for intellectual property law and practice for Latin America Hola, bienvenido a nuestro blog de Derecho y práctica de la propiedad intelectual en Latinoamérica Olá! Boa vinda a nosso weblog para a lei da propriedade intelectual e a prática para América Latin Now, it is the time of football or to follow it under an IP perspective! Most of the headlines in Brazil have been addressing the preparation of the national team in South Africa and the “experts” started indicating their favourites for the upcoming World Cup of Football in South Africa. Who is going to win this time? Will the ... market research, surveys and trends
At The Attorneys General Summer Shindig: A Pitch For Joint Action ...
Acting Deputy Attorney General Gary G. Grindler spoke yesterday at the National Association of Attorneys General Summer Meeting in Seattle, and his remarks show the continuing emphasis of the Obama Administration on combating financial fraud. Grindler noted that there are “strong partnerships” between local and federal prosecutors on a wide variety of issues to protect individuals “from fraud, from waste and abuse of their tax dollars, and from criminals that threaten their safety.” He then focused the next portion of his talk on issues that are “ripe for increased cooperation between the ... market research, surveys and trends


Jenner & Block LLP: A National Law Firm - Unfair Competition ...
will be installed as President of the Chicago Bar Association (CBA) at the organization�s annual meeting on Thursday, June 17, 2010.  She will serve a one-year term. Ms. Mascherin, who was recognized as one of the �50 Most Influential Women Lawyers in America� by The National Law Journal in 2007, becomes the seventh female president of the 137 year-old CBA, one of the largest municipal bar associations in the world.  During her tenure in office, she intends to lead programs and initiatives advancing professionalism and the core values of the legal profession, including finding ways for members to strengthen their ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Unfair competition: big business succeeds in gutting California's ...
CALIFORNIA'S UNFAIR COMPETITION LAW was the strongest consumer protection law of its kind in the United States when Proposition 64 drastically scaled it back this past November. The initiative, which passed by a 59-to-41 percent margin, eliminated the ability of any Californian to use the Unfair Competition Law to prevent unfair, deceptive or illegal acts by a business. The law now requires an individual to have personally lost "money or property" in order to bring a company to court and stop an unfair practice. Proposition 64 also did away with suits to prevent any harm that is not measured in dollars, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Proposed Federal Legislation Offers More Proof that Consumers are at Risk
Debt Settlement Consumer Protection Act misleads consumers into false sense of security. Global Debt Systems concludes that consumers will not be protected. ( Vocus / PRWEB ) June 17, 2010 -- Responding to recent federal legislation introduced by US Senators Charles Schumer and Claire McCaskill, Global Debt Systems, a leading training services provider to the debt settlement industry , has announced new curricula that extends its services to the consumer market with training for people facing debt or credit issues. From its reading of the proposed legislation, Global Debt Systems concludes that consumers will not be protected ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Remarks as Prepared for Delivery by Acting Deputy Attorney General Gary G ...
/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is the text of remarks as prepared for delivery by Acting Deputy Attorney General Gary G. Grindler at the National Association of Attorneys General summer meeting: Thank you, Attorney General Bruning, for your warm words. I'm honored to be here today to speak to this storied and significant association. I understand that it was 104 years ago this summer when Herbert Spencer Hadley , a Republican Attorney General then serving under a Democratic Governor, called for a national meeting in St. Louis to bring together all of the State Attorneys General. The discussions at the annual ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


A Sample of Employment Cases Handled by Reish & Reicher Attorneys
Defended a senior management team who resigned and opened a new local division of a national contracting firm against unfair competition, misappropriation ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Advertising and Unfair Competition: Federal and State Enforcement ...
Advertising and Unfair Competition: Federal and State Enforcement. Remarks by Commissioner Pamela Jones Harbour. American Law-Institute-American Bar ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Berkeley Law - Appellate Advocacy
Since 1989, student advocates from across the United States and Canada have participated in the National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition hosted by Pace Law School in White Plains, New York. Recognized as the preeminent environmental law moot in the United States, the moot tests skills in appellate brief writing and oral advocacy on issues drawn from real cases, providing experience in environmental litigation first hand. The Competition draws in excess of 200 competitors from diverse law schools and 200 attorneys who serve as judges for three days of oral arguments to create a rigorous academic experience. The ...
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