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Grumpy Cat vs. Copycats: Trademark Claims Underscore Importance of Insurance

Grumpy Cat vs. Copycats: Trademark Claims Underscore Importance of Insurance

More than five years after the death of Grumpy Cat, the internet-famous cat known for its disgruntled-looking expression, the company that owns its image and likeness continues to confront alleged trademark violations from other entities using the pet’s face for profit. According to a recent report from Courthouse News Service, Grumpy Cat Limited has filed more than 50 trademark lawsuits…

‘DNA Relatives’ Data Exposed: 6.9 Million Impacted By 23andMe Breach

‘DNA Relatives’ Data Exposed: 6.9 Million Impacted By 23andMe Breach

Family members\' names, birth years, relationship labels, shared DNA information and more were recently exposed in a data breach against genetic testing company 23andMe in an attack that impacted 6.9 million individuals. While the biotech firm explained in an announcement that less than 0.1% of user accounts were accessed in the October breach, this gave hackers access to about 5.5…

Building Owner’s Lawsuit Blames Engineering Firm for Deadly Collapse

Building Owner’s Lawsuit Blames Engineering Firm for Deadly Collapse

The owner of a 116-year-old building that partially collapsed earlier this year is taking legal action against the engineering company that allegedly failed to recognize that the building was unsafe, according to reports. The apartment building in Davenport, Iowa, partially collapsed on May 28, tragically killing three men and injuring several others, including one woman who needed a leg amputation…

High-Profile Personal Injury Attorney Sues Accountant Over Alleged Tax Error

High-Profile Personal Injury Attorney Sues Accountant Over Alleged Tax Error

A well-known personal injury attorney in Colorado recently filed a malpractice lawsuit against his former accountant, claiming that tax preparation errors on a 2017 return led to severe underpayment to the IRS. The attorney, Frank Azar, is accusing Louisiana accountant Timothy McKey of mistakes that led to Azar underpaying his federal taxes by $716,000 and incurring $170,000 in legal expenses…

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