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Blog Posts in 2011

High Fructose Corn Syrup Vs. Sugar War Waged in L.A. Court

Anyone paying attention to the nutrition labels on food products over the past decade has certainly noticed the vilification of high fructose corn syrup (equally as vehement as the war against ...
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U.S. Government Sues 17 Financial Firms for Role in Toxic Securities

In a business lawsuit of epic proportions, the U.S. Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) is suing 17 financial firms, including the world’s biggest banks, for selling Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac ...
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Producers of Sleeper Hit "Napoleon Dynamite" Sue Fox Searchlight for Over $10 Million

Few initially anticipated the level of success indie film Napoleon Dynamite would garner. But despite its extremely modest budget by Hollywood standards, approximately $400,000, the 2004 film has ...
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Steering Clear Of Credit Card Fraud

In the second installment of our series on avoiding various forms of internet fraud, here are tactics for preventing online credit card fraud, as given by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI). ...
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Jobless Rates Still Climb While Companies Hold Cash

Two stories recently reported by NPR spoke to the opposing forces that continue to spur stagnation in the economy: one regarding the country’s number of unemployed workers that continues to rise ...
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Avoiding Internet Fraud in Business and Investments

Along with the internet’s endless landscape of opportunity and resources, it also plays host to vast amounts of fraudulent activity that threaten user safety. Culled from protection tactics ...
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July Home Sales Continue Dropping in Southern California

Southern California home sales dropped to their lowest July amounts in four years, according to data reported by the Los Angeles Times. Median home prices were also down four percent to $283,000. ...
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Dodgers Agree To $150 Million Loan From MLB

Nearly two weeks after the judge supervising the team’s bankruptcy instructed the two sides to negotiate a deal, the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to borrow as much as $150 million from Major ...
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S&P U.S. Credit Downgrade's Possible Affect On Real Estate

Standard & Poor’s (S&P) dropping of the U.S. long term credit rating one notch from “AAA” to “AA+” on August 5, 2011 was a historic and monumental wakeup call ...
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Creator of "American Idol" Sues for Stake in Rival Show "The X Factor"

According to the Associated Press, entertainment magnate Simon Fuller is suing Fox TV regarding an alleged breach of contract that involves the U.S. version of the television show “The X ...
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What's the Difference Between an LLC and an LLP?

When parties form a partnership or company, there are several things to consider. Perhaps most importantly is how the business will be structured in relation to taxes and liability protection ...
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What is Fiduciary Duty?

A fiduciary duty is one person’s obligation to act in the best interests of another party, typically in relation to management of property and/or money. For example, a businesses’ board ...
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Beach of Contract Dispute Involves Viacom, Time Warner Cable

According to The Hollywood Reporter, media giants Viacom and Time Warner Cable are locked in a battle regarding Time Warner’s plan to allow its customers to watch Viacom channels on their iPads ...
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Britney Spears Sued for $10 Million Over Perfume Line in Business Litigation Lawsuit

According to Justice News Flash, pop singer Britney Spears is embroiled in a business litigation lawsuit that has been filed against her by Brand Sense, the licensing firm that helped her launch her ...
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Kardashian Family Sued for Breach of Contract in $75 Million Lawsuit

Reuters reports that the Kardashian family recently fended off a $75 million breach of contract lawsuit against them, which claimed that Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney were at fault for the collapse of a ...
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