A popular e-commerce shoe and clothing site, Just Fab, has filed a lawsuit against another similar retailer, Fab.com, alleging trademark infringement, unfair competition and other claims. The suit was filed on July 24 in the U.S. Central District of California.
July 2013 Archives
A resident in Pacifica, California, has filed a lawsuit against the city in hope of stopping a construction project on Highway 1. The planned project is supposed to add two more lanes to 1.3 miles of the highway between Fassler Avenue and Reina Del Mar.
A five-year contract awarded to Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) for operating the communications network for the U.S. Navy is now under protest by Computer Sciences Corp (CSC) and Harris Corp (HRS). The deal is worth $3.5 billion.
Three teenagers operate FlightCar out of a small green building just south of the San Francisco International Airport. FlightCar is a different type of airport car rental company and it's making waves in more ways than one. It's drawn the attention of the city, which has filed a lawsuit for unfair competition.
Many employers today make employment contracts a requirement for hiring and for good reason. It prevents their employees from creating and developing new ideas, techniques or products while employed at one company and then leaving for another company or to strike out on their own. In California, where technology companies abound, employee contracts are enforceable and employers should do so to ensure their intellectual property is safe.