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Groupon (a portmanteau derived from "group coupon") is a deal-of-the-day website that features discounted gift certificates usable at local or national companies...
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Sep 14, 2017 ... Paint Zoom, LLC v. Groupon, Inc. et al (2:17-cv-06790), California Central District Court, Filed: 09/14/2017 - PacerMonitor Mobile Federal and ...


On October 27th, the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance issued two new .... Shortly after the Greenlight Capital decision, shareholders of Groupon filed a class ... M . Sleet from Brian E . Farnan Regarding Settlement of MacCormack et al. v.


Jul 28, 2016 ... The case is Sean McDonnell et al v. Groupon, Inc., case number 1:14-cv-09028, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.


Trading Technologies International, Inc. v. CQG et.al. Date: December 22, 2014. Docket Number: 1: ... Trustees of the Chicago Painters and Decorators Pension Fund et al v. NGM SERVICES ..... Groupon, Inc. .... McCormack v. Medcor, Inc


TherapeuticsMD, Inc., 9:17-cv-80473 (S.D. Fl. July 5, 2017); Beezley v. Fenix Parts .... Stephen J. Dannis, et al. v. ... MacCormack v. Groupon, Inc., (D. Del. 2013)


Gift Tax Matters, and Transactions, McCormick Barstow ... Minority versus Control Value Conclusion, Valuation. Roundtable ... Grindr Holdings Inc., et al. (2017).


Bodie, Marcia McCormick, and Susan Fitzgibbon, for their insights and ..... et al v. Postmates,. Inc. 4:15-cv-01284. JSW. U.S.. District. Court. California .... deal sites like Groupon for new customers and failed to improve its core service because ...


Sep 14, 2010 ... 8,032,422 B2 10/2011 Pickard et al. 7,124,099 B2 .... 4/2002 McCormick ..... eWin Win, Inc. v. Groupon, Inc. Appeal Per Curiam Decision dated.


Inc. v. Atlas Corp., 564 A.2d 651, 659 (Del. Ch. 1988). Shareholders have few rights .... 14 Paul H. Edelman et al., Shareholder Voting in an Age of Intermediary Capitalism, 87 S. CAL. ..... 51 See Complaint, MacCormack v. Groupon, Inc., No.