The ruling said that any misrepresentation was not ‘material’ or ‘likely to affect the consumer’s conduct or decision with regard to a product.’
Two proprietors of the Burlington skate shop entered guilty pleas Monday to charges that could send one to jail for up to five years and the other for up to a year.
The owner of the company said he would not forgive Jennifer Dwyer.
A suit brought by three Chinese investors that alleges an attorney got payoffs for bringing foreign investors to Jay Peak developers is set for trial on April 20.
Following a January drug bust at his Church Street shop, Derek Spilman was sentenced to 29 months in federal prison.
A U.S. District Court lawsuit has sparked debate on whether it should be sealed or even tried in the state, which recently eliminated restrictions on filing such claims.
Veronica Lewis will be transferred to a Bureau of Prisons facility in Texas for a mental health evaluation.
The pair from New York City will also forfeit a house the prosecutor said was bought with drug sale proceeds.
Judge Christina Reiss’ reversal comes in a legal dispute regarding the questioning of a whistleblower about what he knows about an alleged Jay Peak “kickback” scheme.
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Daniel Greenwood, 43, had faced two charges stemming from incidents in October 2017.
The state asked a federal judge to dismiss a suit contending that students at religiously affiliated schools are unconstitutionally barred from a program that pays for high school students to take college classes.
The judge ruled that a deposition of the principals of Rapid Visas USA must move forward.
The former Wake Robin retirement home resident will be heading to Maine, where she has family and will be receiving psychiatric care at a facility.