Kathy Willens/AP Show More Show Less 2 of 8 FILE - In this Oct. 11, , file photo, adult film actress Stormy Daniels attends the opening of the adult entertainment . Showdown Nears on Adult Entertainment Law: Litigation: A hearing is set on a suit by 22 sex-oriented businesses challenging Los Angeles’ use of a .
Rapid City has agreed to pay $, to an adult store owner following a consent judgement filed Jan. 5. The city’s insurer will pay the settlement to David Eliason, owner of Dick and Jane’s. Newman said is seeking class action status for both of the Colorado lawsuits, which requires a judge’s approval. She said in a telephone interview Tuesday that the adult entertainment .
Beyond the myriad of BIPA-related lawsuits against employers that used biometric timekeeping devices to track employees clocking in and out, and the suits against social media companies for photo tagging or similar functions, some recent lawsuits have been filed against companies that use biometrics as part of their core products and services. The original lawsuit alleged violations of county zoning ordinances and state statutes regulating the location of adult entertainment establishments and adult .
In , an organization of adult entertainment establishments with about 16 members filed suit seeking to strike down the law. As a result, the state Department of . The Japanese gaming giant has launched plenty of copyright infringement lawsuits in the past, but this is the first against a TikTok star/Twitch streamer/adult entertainment industry worker.