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October Verdicts: Nike Sued by Pimp For Not Warning Sneakers are Weapons

From pimps to Pakistan, Red Bull to Blackwater, here are some strange and impactful verdicts from the month of October.


Goodfellas Actor Sues Simpsons Creators, Claiming Mob Characted Based on Him

Frank Sivero, the actor who portrayed Frankie Carbone in the 1990 film “Goodfellas,” has filed a lawsuit against the creators of “The Simpsons” for allegedly appropriating the Carbone character. So reports CNBC.


Ebola: Implications on Legal Rights and Litigation

Upon the death of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first Ebola patient in the U.S. to die, the national conversation about the potentially deadly disease has turned toward possibly contentious litigation and the rights of Duncan and his family.


Disabled Brothers Convicted of Murder Released Due to DNA Evidence

Two mentally disabled brothers who were convicted of an 11-year-old girl’s murder and rape in North Carolina 30 years ago have been exonerated based on new DNA evidence. So reports The New York Times.


Trooper Who Slept with Domestic Violence Victim Shouldn't Have Been Fired: Court

The Alaska Supreme Court upheld an arbitrator’s decision that the state’s Department of Public Safety was wrong when it fired a state trooper for having consensual sex with a domestic violence victim hours after helping to arrest her husband. So reports the Anchorage Daily News.


Trader Joe’s Sues Pirate Joe’s, Unauthorized Reseller of Its Products

The specialty food retailer Trader Joe's is suing a man who resells the company's products at higher prices at his own store, Pirate Joe's, in Vancouver, British Columbia. So CNN reports.


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