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Junk fax ad suit allowed to proceed vs Onsite Health, after judge said fax wasn't 'merely informational'

David Hutton May 30, 2017, 9:50pm

A federal judge has kept alive a home health company's junk fax lawsuit against a medical practice, saying a fax sent by the practice announcing the arrival of a new physician was, in fact, an advertisement, and not merely an "informational" message.

Rival vacuum makers square off in court again over false advertising claims

David Hutton May 26, 2017, 1:53pm

New England vacuum cleaner company SharkNinja has scored a win in its case against Dyson Inc. over advertising claims, after a Chicago federal judge partially granted the defendant’s motion for summary judgment.

Cook County voters will select new mayors, school boards, other local elected officials on April 4

David Hutton Mar. 10, 2017, 12:19am

Despite being an “off-election year,” Cook County voters will decide a number of key local races on the ballot in the April 4 consolidated general election, which could have big implications for their hometowns, local schools and their tax bills.

Privacy lawsuit tossed vs makers of 'NBA2K16' video game; case unlikely to have large impact

David Hutton Feb. 13, 2017, 8:33pm

A New York federal judge has tossed out a potential digital biometrics privacy class action lawsuit against the makers of NBA video games, saying the video basketball game players likely should have known their facial likenesses would be stored by a system that took 15 minutes to complete a scan of a player's face and store the image for use as an avatar in the game.But the true impact of the case on other lawsuits brought under an Illinois biometrics privacy law is likely to be small, said an attorney whose practice focuses on digital privacy laws.