Tag: Inc.

Proposed Bill Would Eliminate the Corporate and LLC Shield for Many Washington Contracts

Note: This blog entry was  authored by Douglas Batey and originally published on the LLC Law Monitor blog. The Washington legislature is currently considering a bill that would apparently require any contract that calls for the payment of money by an LLC or corporation, to include an extra signature by an authorized representative that would render the … Continue Reading

Aurora Dairy Organic Milk Case: Eighth Circuit Preempts Some Claims And Remands Others

As we reported some time ago, a class action suit was pending in the Eastern District of Missouri against Aurora Dairy, its organic certifier and certain retailers for violation of state consumer protection laws. The district court had dismissed the case on the grounds that all claims were preempted by the Organic Foods Production Act … Continue Reading

Challenges of a Lanham Act Injunction in Food Cases: Lessons from an Advertising Battle Between Two Major Consumer Products Companies

The recent decision in Stokely-Van Camp, Inc. v. Coca-Cola Co. (i.e., Gatorade vs. Powerade) illustrates the hurdles a company has to overcome to convince a court to stop a competitor from using arguably false advertising. Stokely-Van Camp, Inc. (“SVM”) was challenging advertising that compared Powerade ION4 to Gatorade Thirst Quencher. Judge John G. Koeltl of the Southern … Continue Reading
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