Two Maryland attorneys who posted in the ‘Forum of Hate’ are up for disciplinary action by the state’s Attorney Grievance Commission.
Several of the players–accused of gang rape–claim they were suspended, expelled or otherwise disciplined due to racial and sexist stereotypes.
Carrie Underwood is at the center of a new lawsuit accusing her of copyright infringement.
Nurse is Charged with Stealing Opioids, Causing Cancer Patient Infections
Kelsey Mulvey, 27, used her position as a nurse to steal opioids meant for cancer patients.Sara E. Teller
2019 Crops Dying, Expect Food Price Rise
With Midwestern flooding and drought from India to Australia drastically reducing 2019 crops, expect higher prices for food – and worse future shocks.Dawn Allen
Infant Inclined Sleepers Should be Banned, According to Officials
Lawmakers and consumer advocates try to ban rocking infant sleepers with inclinations of over ten degrees.Sara E. Teller
Missouri Judge Keeps Injunction in Place, Abortion Clinic Still Open
Judge Michael Stelzer has kept an injunction in place, allowing a Missouri clinic to continue operating until the state makes a final decision.Sara E. Teller
Dean of MSU’s Osteopathic Medicine Accused of Misconduct
Jury convicts former dean of Michigan State University’s (MSU) College of Osteopathic Medicine, William Strampel, on charges of misconduct in office and two counts of willful neglect of duty.Sara E. Teller
Robocallers are auto-dialing hospitals, tying up lines that need to be free for patient emergencies.
Trump Stops I.C.E. From Carrying Out Mass Deportations So Democrats Can ‘Fix’ Immigration, Asylum Policy
It’s another instance of the president using migrants to further his own political agenda.
Robert Lee Stinson says a retired Wisconsin police detective and two dentists used poor-quality forensic evidence to frame him for the murder of a neighbor.
A settlement was reached earlier this week, ending a suit between Erie County and the family of a deceased work-release inmate, Felix Manus.
Even though they’re facing a wave of lawsuits, B.S.A. leadership says they’ve seen a drastic decline in abuse allegations since the 1970s and 80s.
A federal judge has ordered the U.S. government to stop making immigration arrests at Massachusetts courthouses. According to the Boston Globe, U.S. District Judge Indira Talwani’s ruling backs requests made by at least two local prosecutors. Her preliminary injunction will prevent U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents “from civilly arresting parties, witnesses, and others attending
While the county plans to hire more staff and increase services for mentally disabled inmates, attorneys say the core problem of overcrowding remains.
Apple is recalling certain MacBook Pros over concerns the batteries may overheat.
A lawsuit was recently filed against Webster County, a former sheriff, and dispatcher over allegations they were negligent in the abuse of Felicia Robinson.
Cannabis legalization is gaining traction across the U.S. There are five important things to note about this shift in law.
Michigan Lawyers Weekly has named Brian McKeen to its inaugural Hall of Fame Class of 2019. This honor recognizes Michigan legal leaders over the age of 60 for their notable success and demonstration of strong leadership both within and outside of their chosen field. The 20 honorees are profiled in a special section appearing in
Long-time University of California, Los Angeles gynecologist has been accused by give women of sexual assault.
Earlier this week, two former WeWork employees filed gender and age discrimination suits against the company.