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Weekly Quiz

May 17, 2024

Test your knowledge of the Daily Journal's headlines.

Dr. Lauren C. Pinter-Brown initially sued UCLA for harassment, and after a successful first trial, the verdict was upheld by the 2nd District Court of Appeal.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in alignment with the California Supreme Court's ruling in Adolph v. Uber Technologies Inc., upheld Macy's Inc.'s bid to dismiss the lawsuit filed by former co-workers under the Private Attorney Generals Act (PAGA) in favor of an arbitration.
Blue Bottle Coffee's lawsuit was dismissed by a federal judge due to lack of evidence of consumer confusion caused by another company’s use of a similar shade of blue.
California Attorney General Rob Bonta accused T-Mobile USA, Inc., Verizon Wireless, and AT&T Mobility LLC of violating California's Unfair Competition Law and False Advertising Law.
California Senate Bill 149, designed to expedite judicial review of major infrastructure projects, mandates that certain CEQA matters be resolved within 270 days, without any leeway for courts to extend this timeline.
Apple Inc. argued in a motion to dismiss a putative antitrust class action against its iCloud service that iCloud's design feature limiting certain types of app data and files is aimed at ensuring the security and privacy of Apple device users.
The Biden administration's rule requiring asylum seekers to schedule appointments using a mobile app, known as CBP One, replaced the Title 42 restriction imposed by the Trump administration at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Haas Automation Inc. sued former team principal Guenther Steiner for trademark infringement and unfair business practices due to his unauthorized use of the Haas brand in his autobiography.
AB 2288, recently passed by the California State Assembly, creates a new cause of action under the Private Attorney General Act (PAGA).
The lawsuit filed by 17 states against the California Air Resources Board challenges the constitutionality of the Advanced Clean Fleet regulations under federal commerce laws.