The Summit

The Summit: Legal Travels Briefs

by Claire Crowley-

According to the Boston Globe, all of those Budweiser freebies in Boston bars have caught the attention of the Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission. The ABCC alleges that, by stocking bars with incentives including gear, fancy tap handles and beer towers, Anheuser-Busch has engaged in anti-competitive acts to push the sale of its drinks. The ABCC has scheduled a June 20 hearing on the matter.

A woman sued the Windrift Hotel and Resort in New Jersey after she claimed that consuming raw oysters resulted in contracting an infection that lead to her leg amputation. The court found that there was not enough evidence to prove that the infection was caused by the actions of the defendant.

Sabatino’s Italian Kitchen in Arlington, Massachusetts, has been sued by former employees over claims of wage theft. According to the Arlington Advocate, the former employees allege bounced checks and unpaid overtime.

An Australian man has sued American Airlines over alleged injuries that he claims to have suffered while seated next to two obese passengers.





Claire Crowley