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Unilever Gets Egg On Its Face: Maker of Hellmann’s Sues Upstart Hampton Creek for False Advertising

Unilever, the maker of Hellmann’s Mayonnaise, has filed a lawsuit in New Jersey federal court against Hampton Creek foods over a competing product called Just Mayo. As many folks know, Hampton Creek is a food start-up focused on making plant-based alternatives to everyday foods. So far, they have launched two products: Just Mayo and Just … Continue reading

Mister Softee vs. Master Softee: Non-Compete & Trademark Ice Cream Fight in the SDNY

Dimitrios Tsirkos first became a Mister Softee franchisee in the mid 1980’s. To be clear, we are talking about the ice cream truck business. Over the years, Tsirkos entered several franchise agreements with Mister Softee and ultimately controlled sixteen Mister Softee franchises with a territory spanning parts of Bronx, New York and Queens Counties. At … Continue reading

Temporary Software Engineers in California Non-Compete Dispute

A strange case out of California:   A company called Zora Analytics contracted with a company called AnanSys Software for the placement of temporary software engineers.  AnanSys then subcontracted out the job to a company called Cigniti.  AnanSys made Cigniti sign a software consulting agreement, which contained a non-compete/non-disclosure agreement.  Cigniti then assigned one of its … Continue reading

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