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The plaintiff claimed that Wal-Mart used her loss of a pharmacy key as a pretext for firing her in November 2012, when she was 47, after more than 13 years at the retailer.
The report came from court transcripts related to a copyright lawsuit filed by Oracle Corp.
The burrito chain failed to disclose that its "quality controls were inadequate to safeguard consumer and employee health," according to a civil lawsuit.
The U.S. Trademark Office must protect companies with slur names, according to the Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C.
The bakery owners were found to be in violation of anti-discrimination laws because their bakery was not registered as a religious institution.
U.S. authorities say Dotcom and three co-accused Megaupload executives encouraged paying users to store and share copyrighted material.
The daily fantasy sports league companies are facing increasing scrutiny.
The hot-button issue will be argued in the DC Circuit Court of Appeals today.
Hell hath no fury like a newlywed deprived of his iPhone vacay pics.
The cyberattack affected the information of 83 million people.
The case raises questions about how much companies protect the privacy rights of their customers.
The European Court of Justice ruled the virtual currency can be treated in the same way as traditional money.
The court ruling allows Uber drivers to work in London.
A federal appeals court ruled that yoga postures cannot be copyrighted.
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