Just like the remainder of this story, this isn’t going to end well. So, the legal people for the band Sugarland have made some pretty sensational comments regarding claims made by the some of the people injured or killed in the collapse that took place at the Indiana State Fair during the summer of 2011. […]
What? Have you ever had a volunteer come to your door with a free compact fluorescent lamp? When my wife and I lived in Oklahoma City, a community program volunteer brought a free compact fluorescent lamp to our house for us to have and use in order to save energy. How nice, right? We thought […]compact fluorescent, Edison Electric, FirstEnergy, FREE, legal, Ohio Public Utilities COmmission, What?
There’s a bit of news on Texas House Bill 2649 – it is official that the House refused to concur on the bill, and that a committee of conferees has been established to view and study the bill. As of May 29, 2009 the bill has a House Committee of five members – Wayne Smith (Chair), […]2649, Bill Callegari, Doc Anderson, hb2649, law, legal, legislators, lighting designers, Mark Homer, Patricia Harless, Texas, Texas House Bill 2649
Did you hear about this? From iLight’s press release (fyi, it’s a PDF link): Chicago, IL – May 7, 2009 – iLight Technologies, Inc. (www.ilight-tech.com), a leader in innovative LED lighting solutions, is pleased to announce that on April 30, 2009, a jury in Federal Court unanimously found that Fallon Luminous Products Corporation willfully infringed […]cold cathode, court, Fallon Luminous Products, iLight, lawsuit, LED, legal, patent infringement, suing