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Why Are Women Safer Drivers than Men?

San Diego women drive more safely than men, according to data released by San Diego County. From 2000 to 2009, men died in car accidents three times more often than women did. The driver who survived the crash was four times more likely to…
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Pom Wonderful Sues Coca Cola Over Deceptive Marketing

In a trademark infringement case, a plaintiff does not have to prove profit loss to win his case. If he can prove customer confusion and damage to his brand, he is still eligible to collect damages. In 2008, Pom Wonderful accused Coca Cola…
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Cities Investing in Cycling Attract Millennials, Women

San Diego and several other cities are investing in cycling-specific infrastructure while encouraging residents to ride bikes as a way to reduce traffic and air pollution, promote fitness and discourage sedentary lifestyles. Cycling already…
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Military Mom Mourns Daughter’s Death

A San Diego military mom was returning from Afghanistan when she received the tragic news that her daughter had been found dead in Ocean Beach just four days after she arrived. Investigators believe she was the victim of a hit-and-run accident. Police…
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Driver Loses Control, Two Fatalities Reported

A suspected drunk driver caused two fatalities when he lost control of his vehicle on Interstate 8. On Saturday, April 19, the 26 year old was traveling west on the highway in the early morning hours when he drifted onto the center median. Traveling…
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Technology Giants in Battle Over Patents

Apple is currently suing Samsung for patent infringement over features in several Samsung phones. Apple is seeking two billion dollars in damages over technological innovations like slide-to-unlock, word correction and contextual links. Samsung…
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Nickel-and-Dimed By Your Employer?

A column in the Los Angeles Times recently explained how employers across the country are attempting to save money by quibbling with low-wage employees. The column, by Michael Hiltzik, explained that a survey done by UCLA discovered that respondents…
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Calif. Truckers Awarded $2.2 Million in Labor Misclassification Lawsuit

A California logistics company must pay $2.2 million to several short-haul truck drivers it misclassified as independent contractors. According to ThinkProgress.org, the California state labor board ruled last month that by labeling the drivers…
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Samsung's Expert Witnesses Testify Against Apple

In the ongoing patent infringement suit between Apple and Samsung, the latter has just changed the balance considerably through its expert witness testimonies. Most of their witnesses were computer science academics who claimed that the allegedly…
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Samsung's Expert Witnesses Testify Against Apple

In the ongoing patent infringement suit between Apple and Samsung, the latter has just changed the balance considerably through its expert witness testimonies. Most of their witnesses were computer science academics who claimed that the allegedly…