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3 Aug 2017, 7:24 am by Colby Pastre
For example, local branches of Coca-Cola report a workforce downsizing of 40 positions and PepsiCo reports laying off 80-100 workers as a result of decreased soda sales from the tax.[19] PepsiCo further announced that it would be pulling all 12-pack and 2-liter products of its brands from Philadelphia grocery and convenience stores and other vendors.[20] Disgruntled businesses and displaced workers have also filed lawsuits challenging the soda tax in court. [read post]
29 Jul 2016, 8:11 am by Kelly Phillips Erb
Department of Justice filed a petition to force social networking company, Facebook Inc., to turn over information to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) about the transfer of assets to Facebook’s Irish holding company, Facebook Ireland Holdings Limited (Facebook Ireland). [read post]
20 Jan 2015, 12:00 am
And in Tennessee, home of the late Elvis Presley, the right may extend in perpetuity. [18]Flanking with the Lanham ActIf navigating the laws of fifty states isn’t complex enough, consider that a claim for false endorsement and misappropriation under Section 43(a) of the Lanham Act provides similar relief. [19] Under the Lanham Act, a person’s public image is considered in much the same light as a trademark, protecting notoriety and fame as one might protect McDonald’s Golden Arches… [read post]
20 Jan 2015, 11:02 am
And in Tennessee, home of the late Elvis Presley, the right may extend in perpetuity. [18] Flanking with the Lanham Act If navigating the laws of fifty states isn’t complex enough, consider that a claim for false endorsement and misappropriation under Section 43(a) of the Lanham Act provides similar relief. [19] Under the Lanham Act, a person’s public image is considered in much the same light as a trademark, protecting notoriety and fame as one might protect McDonald’s Golden… [read post]
6 May 2019, 7:52 am by Rebecca Tushnet
  Kathleen Sullivan for Coca Cola said that consumers weren’t so unintelligent not to recognize the blend; Kennedy says “I thought that this was pomegranate juice. [read post]