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I only visited Oregon with a car once and the guy definitely filled far above the fill-no-more level. Fined by the city for claiming to be an engineer – Suing on grounds of free speech 28 Apr 17 I felt I needed to “hold my horses” when I realized that the board to their credit has given a first warning. I guess a “smart” engineer who is genuinely concerned by public safety would have heard the message their was a traffic signaling light saying “be careful” and corrected their attitude accordingly – I’d say as bare minimum – in order not to jeopardize by himself the process and the claim at once. In this case tI suppose it was just a matter of tweaking a bit his title, “technical expert, auto-claimed specialist, etc. Fined by the city for claiming to be an engineer – Suing on grounds of free speech BigInch Petroleum 28 Apr 17

Blind woman Gisele Mesnage sues Coles over online shopping website

Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Thousands of Morrisons staff are to sue the supermarket for damages following a huge payroll data leak. The landmark case at the High Court in London has been brought by more than 5, current and former employees of the Bradford-based retailer, which has stores in Huddersfield at Waterloo and Meltham. This included their bank, salary and national insurance details, addresses and phone numbers.

Read More Tributes to supermarket pioneer and former Huddersfield Town director Edward Lodge who died aged 86 The two-week trial, set to start today MON , is due to determine whether Morrisons is liable for the data leak. It involves claims brought by 5, people who allege that Morrisons, which denies liability, failed to prevent the leak and exposed them to the risk of identity theft and potential financial loss.

Go Ventures filed for bankruptcy in November , and its chief executive, Reza Gerami — who was also separately named as a defendant — did the same earlier this year.

The company, Kelleher International, promised ideal matches from around the globe, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. One candidate, an Australian entrepreneur, whisked her away on trips to Panama and Costa Rica. This would have been fine had the man not embarked on a trip around the world with his former partner the day after returning from Panama with Ms Daggett. Ms Daggett was also introduced to a man, described as the “Serial Lothario” in court papers.

An executive with a Fortune company, he ended their relationship without explanation, having spent Christmas and Thanksgiving at her home. Then there was a man who said he was waiting for his terminally ill wife to die before dating once more. Another match, hailing from Charlottesville, Virginia, was she claimed prone to lying uncontrollably. Ms Daggett then had to pursue a stalking complaint against him.

Ms Daggett, who has reached a settlement with the dating agency, said she had hoped to find someone to spend her retirement with. She told the paper that it had been responsible for thousands of marriages. The company worked to end courtships fairly and reasonably, she said.

Thousands of employees suing Morrisons over payroll data breach

Sarvenaz Fouladi claims her work and social life have suffered due to loud noise Image: Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A wealthy singleton is suing her “noisy” neighbours, claiming the young family is making an “intolerable” racket that has ruined the peace and tranquility of her luxury flat. Banker Sarvenaz Fouladi, 38, claims the family-of-five living upstairs are constantly loud, with the children treating their flat like a “playground” and the parents throwing late night parties.

The hedge fund trader, who lives in Kensington, west London, said her work life has suffered as she struggles to sleep and her social life has been ruined. But her neighbours’ lawyers argue the financier, who is single and lives with her mum, is being “hypersensitive” to the sounds of a normal family.

The suit also accused DeStefano and his wife, Carisse, of “diverting revenue that could and should have been paid” to the government by the rave promoters and other companies that did business with the Coliseum, including vendors and film productions.

The settlement, announced Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court, marks the end of the six-year legal battle in the multimillion-dollar Coliseum corruption case, in which two longtime stadium managers were accused in court documents by the government of enriching themselves through “corrupt efforts” while two rave companies were allowed to underpay the Coliseum. Information detailed in the allegations mirror disclosures the Los Angeles Times made in a series of reports in Between and , at least five people died of drug overdoses after attending Insomniac or Go Ventures events at the Coliseum or companion Sports Arena.

Those deaths included a year-old girl who fatally overdosed on Ecstasy while attending the Electric Daisy Carnival in Insomniac, which has since been acquired by Beverly Hills-based concert giant Live Nation Entertainment, and Go Ventures, which has filed for bankruptcy, have not held raves at the Coliseum complex since The settlement agreement is still being prepared and should be finalized in the next 15 days.

A lawyer for Insomniac, Gary Jay Kaufman, did not respond to a request for comment. It alleged that Lynch, who ran the Coliseum for 17 years, had begun to operate the stadium and Sports Arena as if they were “private businesses he personally owned.

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Why did the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take legal action in France? They have sued Closer magazine in France for publishing topless pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge in southern France while on a three-day break with her husband in a chateau in Provence in September La Provence, a southern French daily also published some of the photos.

I felt I needed to “hold my horses” when I realized that the board to their credit has given a first warning.

Ikea and the U. Consumer Product Safety Commission on Wednesday both confirmed being aware of the death, and a spokesman for the safety agency said it had opened an investigation. The company agreed to give full refunds in most cases. The recall came after years of negotiations with the Consumer Product Safety Commission. In , Ikea agreed to address the hazard with a program that included sending new anchoring kits to consumers.

Negotiations with safety regulators restarted when a 2-year-old boy from Apple Valley, Minn. His parents said they had not heard of the dangers posed by the dressers.

Blind woman Gisele Mesnage sues Coles over online shopping website

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Banker Sarvenaz Fouladi, 38, claims the family-of-five living upstairs are constantly loud, with the children treating their flat like a “playground” and the parents throwing late night parties.