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Mayer Brown Loses DQ Bid in Yogurt Labeling Case

Max Taves writes for The Recorder, an American Lawyer affiliate.Mayer Brown swung for a TKO against the team of plaintiffs lawyers behind a recent wave of food labeling litigation. But in the end, it lost the food fight.
On Friday U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose denied

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Judge says bankruptcy plan proposed by Stockton ‘in good faith’

SACRAMENTO
Thu Oct 30, 2014 2:46pm EDT

SACRAMENTO Oct 30 (Reuters) – The judge presiding over the
California city of Stockton’s bankruptcy case said on Thursday
that he is “satisfied the plan has been proposed in good faith.”
U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein made the
comments in court

Judge confirms Stockton, California plan to exit bankruptcy

SACRAMENTO
Thu Oct 30, 2014 2:56pm EDT

SACRAMENTO Oct 30 (Reuters) – The bankrupt city of
Stockton, California received a green light in federal court on
Thursday to end its more than two-year foray in bankruptcy
protection.
“I’ve looked long and hard at the history of this case and

UPDATE 1-Judge in Stockton, Calif., bankruptcy says Franklin should only get $4 mln

Thu Oct 30, 2014 3:04pm EDT

(Adds Franklin comment, overall bankruptcy ruling)
Oct 30 (Reuters) – The judge in the Stockton, California,
bankruptcy ruled on Thursday that creditor Franklin Templeton
will get just over $4 million from an original debt of $36
million.U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein ruled

Calpers welcomes Stockton bankruptcy ruling, says it ‘protects pension promises’

Thu Oct 30, 2014 3:56pm EDT

Oct 30 (Reuters) – The California Public Employees’
Retirement System (Calpers) welcomed a ruling by a federal judge
on Thursday allowing Stockton to exit bankruptcy in a plan that
will not see pensions cut.
U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein gave
Stockton, California,

Fatal Bicycle Crashes On the Rise: 5 Facts You Should Know

Biking can be a healthy and ecologically friendly alternative to driving. But bicyclists should be aware that the number of fatal bicycle accidents involving motor vehicles is on the rise.
Between 2010 and 2012, the number of U.S. bicyclists killed in accidents involving motor vehicles rose by 16 percent,