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Tinder app user Allan Candelore filed suit against Tinder, Inc. in Los Angeles County Superior Court claiming the app's extra features monthly charges of $9.99 to $19.99 are discriminatory as against American citizens under California's Unruh Civil Rights Act. Candelore alleges the fees are discriminatory...

Seems unlikely Toronto Maple Leafs fans would confuse their team's logo with Snoop Dogg's Leafs by Snoop logo, which marks his line of weed products like Cali Kush, Purple Bush, and Raspberry Fruit Chews; however, after a gram of Snoop's Lemon Pie, a few pieces...

Saint John's Program for Real Change Party for Change was a brilliant arrangement of splendor and profound jubilation and triumph. We enjoyed excellent cuisine and entertainment, including surprise performance by David Garibaldi, in glamorous surroundings. And the lovely lady with sparkling wine glass skirt was...

California Supreme Court rules real estate brokers whose realtors represent both buyers and sellers owe cross fiduciary duties to each other's clients. Under Horiike v. Caldwell Banker decision, seller realtors owe fiduciary duties to buyers, and vice-versa. In cases of dual representation, brokers should revisit...