Category: General Litigation


Can One Predict an Outcome of a Trial?

There is no surefire way to predict the outcome of a trial, as many factors can influence the decision of a judge or jury. However, some methods that can be used to estimate the likely outcome include: Reviewing past decisions and precedents set by the judge or court. Assessing the strength of the evidence and

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What Can We Learn From The Apple Lawsuit Over Affirmative Misrepresentation?

A United States District Judge in San Francisco has dismissed a lawsuit against Apple Inc., because the plaintiffs failed to deliver strong enough proof that Apple made affirmative misrepresentations. The plaintiffs had accused Apple of selling computers with defects, while billing the laptops as the “most advanced” computers on sale. The judge found that the computers

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Why Did Glu Mobil Take Hothead to Court for Trade Dress Infringement?

Hothead’s game app Kill Shot is beating Glu Mobile’s game app, Deer Hunter, by eight spots in a list of Apple’s top-grossing games for the iTunes App Store. However, Hothead could lose to Glu Mobile in a copyright and trade dress infringement lawsuit. The argument by Glu Mobile is that the games are identical, except that Kill Shot

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Meet Robert G. Klein of Klein Trial Lawyers

Klein Trial Lawyers is a Los Angeles law firm that specializes in business litigation. Litigation attorney Robert G. Klein has helped businesses protect their trademarks and copyrights since 1987. Robert G. Klein has taken more than 70 cases to trial, representing clients in state and federal court as well as the U.S. Supreme Court. He

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Los Angeles Copyright Infringement Lawyer | Will Dispute Over Song Rights Mean ‘Crying Time’ for the Ray Charles Foundation?

In a 1986 interview with Fortune magazine, investor and philanthropist Warren Buffet said that the “perfect amount” of money for parents to leave their children is “enough money so that they would feel they could do anything, but not so much that they could do nothing.” Before musician Ray Charles died in 2004, the singer gathered most

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Los Angeles Unfair Competition Lawyer | California DAs Collect Over $850K From Holes in Fidelity’s ‘Transaction Point’

An informational video about “Transaction Point,” a real estate software system developed by the Jacksonville, Florida-based title insurance company Fidelity National Financial is available online. Fidelity developed “Transaction Point” and its web-based referral system in 2002 to assist brokers in preparing transaction documents and ordering related real estate settlement services, such as escrow, title insurance

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