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CAL-PAL (the California Police Athletic League) claims in San Francisco Federal Court that California Police Youth Charities violates trademark, competes unfairly and advertises falsely. Both parties raise money through telemarketing.

Education Finance Partners and Affiliated Computer Services are accused of fraudulent and deceptive advertising and solicitation of consolidation loans, in a class action in Manhattan Federal Court.

Amazing Packing Supplies claims Apple computer owes it $1.6 million, in Santa Clara County Court.

Chris O'Connor claims he paid $3,285 to enter an Emotive Sports' driving contest at its Russell (driving) School, and won it, and Emotive stiffed him for the prizes, in Sonoma County Court, Calif.

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