WHO GOT THE WORK?℠ - Charles Palella of Armstrong Teasdale has entered an appearance for Italian-born artist Remo Saraceni, creator of the “Big Piano” featured in the 1988 movie “Big” in a pending trademark infringement lawsuit. The complaint, filed Jan. 31 in New York Southern District Court by Renner, Otto, Boisselle, & Sklar on behalf of FAO Roc, the owner and operator of the FAO Schwarz toy store, and Merchsource, LLC, accuses Saraceni of improperly associating himself and his products with FAO Schwarz. The case, assigned to U.S. District Judge Analisa Torres, is 1:22-cv-00831, Fao Roc Holdings LLC et al v. Saraceni. Read the complaint on Law.com Radar and check out the most recent edition of Law.com’s Who Got the Work?℠ column to find out which law firms and lawyers are being brought in to handle key cases and close major deals for their clients.

WHAT A PAL - PayPal Holdings was slapped with a consumer class action Tuesday in California Northern District Court over its ‘Pay in 4′ buy now, pay later service. The suit, brought by KalielGold PLLC and Edelsberg Law on behalf of users charged overdraft fees, claims that PayPal markets the offering to cash-strapped customers and fails to disclose the risk of incurring significant fees. Additionally, the complaint accuses PayPal of operating the service in a way that compounds overdraft charges. Counsel have not yet appeared for the defendant. The case is 5:22-cv-01283, Felipe v. PayPal, Inc. Stay up on the latest deals and litigation with the new Law.com Radar.  


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