Lawsuits

'Max' Brenner Was Pushed Out of His Own Company, Financially Destroyed, and Banned From Making Chocolate For Five Years. But He Learned: 'Hell Has Benefits.'

After a crushing legal battle, the founder was ousted from Max Brenner: Chocolate by the Bald Man, and forbidden from any new ventures for five years. Now he sees the darkest time in his life as a gift.

Frances Dodds

· 14 min read

Purdue Pharma to Plead Guilty to Multiple Federal Charges (Updated)

The OxyContin manufacturer will pay the government $225 million and own up to misleading the DEA and incentivizing doctors to write prescriptions.

Kenny Herzog

· 3 min read

Black Ex-Franchisees Sue McDonald's In Racial Discrimination Case

52 Black ex-franchisees file a $1 billion racial-discrimination lawsuit against McDonald's, claiming the company sent them on 'financial suicide missions'

Kate Taylor

· 6 min read

Apple Sues Small Business With Pear Logo Because 'People Can Get Confused'

Users are furious at Apple's attitude toward the five-employee company.

Entrepreneur Staff

· 2 min read

Telegram Is the Latest Company to File An EU Antitrust Complaint Against Apple

Big-time app developers are piling on to fight against the app store.

Daniel Cooper

· 2 min read

5 Strategies for Avoiding PPP Legal Blunders

The federal government has sought to relieve the burden placed upon the economy with the CARES Act, but business owners should keep careful records of how they use relief funds.

Arkady Bukh

· 6 min read

7 Lawsuits to Watch Out For Right Now

As businesses re-open, many may be opening their doors to legal troubles. Make sure you've stayed on the right side of the law throughout the crisis.

Arkady Bukh

· 6 min read

What to Do If an Employee Sues You or Your Company

Stay calm, getting sued by an employee does not mean you'll experience into an insurmountable loss.

Ejiofor Francis

· 5 min read

News Organizations Sue SBA for Refusing to Reveal Which Companies Received PPP

It has reportedly been ignoring Freedom of Information Act requests from the 'New York Times' and others.

Frances Dodds

· 2 min read

Launching a New Site? Make Sure You Understand Digital ADA Compliance

Any business's online presence must comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act.

Lucas Miller

· 5 min read

Google Is Getting Sued for Collecting Data From Kids' Educational Chromebooks

New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas says Google has been violating a federal privacy law by harvesting student information without obtaining parental consent. Google says the lawsuit is 'factually wrong.'

Michael Kan

· 3 min read

Apple Ordered to Pay Employees for Time Lost to Bag Searches

The company broke California's labor laws, the state's supreme court ruled.

Steve Dent

· 2 min read