Stacy Giordano claims Spirit staff ordered her 15-year old daughter off a flight without informing her.
The third of four lawsuits against L.L. Bean was recently dismissed by a California judge.
A pediatrician that has been accused of fondly a female patient has reopened his urgent care center and it will remain open for business until a Medical Board hearing in August to determine whether he will be able to keep his license.
Brother of inmate who died after being repeatedly punched while restrained received $5 million.
Earlier this week, California State University and San Francisco State University agreed to settle a discrimination lawsuit with a group of pro-Israel students.
How the College Admissions Scandal Reflects American Inequity and Social Injustice
From emphasizing the SAT to impressive extracurricular activities, college admissions have always favored the wealthy.Ryan J. Farrick
Colorado Attorney General Joins Multi-State Lawsuit DACA Lawsuit Against Trump Administration
The attorney general’s office will take over litigation began by former Gov. Hickenlooper.Ryan J. Farrick
Anne Arundel County School Under Fire After Teacher Slams Door on Student’s Hand, Severing Fingertips
The MacArthur Middle School Board of Education in Anne Arundel County is at the center of a lawsuit after a former teacher accidentally slammed a door on a student’s hand, severing her fingertips.Brianna Smith
Will Purdue Declare Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Amid Opioid Litigation?
Rumor has it that Purdue is planning to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy to halt the 2,000 lawsuits against it for deceptively marketing OxyContin to doctors and patients.Sara E. Teller
Supreme Court Says Government Can ‘Indefinitely’ Detain Some Legal Immigrants
A narrow win for the Trump administration, the ruling lets federal officials deport immigrants who’ve served criminal sentences in the distant past.Ryan J. Farrick
The lawsuit is the latest to accuse Oklahoma of punishing the poor by operating a debtor’s prison.
The action seems designed simply to flatter Trump’s base while casting the president as a First Amendment watchdog.
Texas Debates Costs of Installing Air Conditioning in Prisons Versus Letting Inmates Die from Heat Stroke
The bill has been described as a “long-shot”–and its sponsors say that’s because its projected costs are being grossly inflated.
JetBlue airline and two of its pilots recently came under fire in a new lawsuit alleging the two pilots drugged and raped a few female crew members during a layover.
Two students have come forward with sexual abuse allegations against faculty and staff at The Hotchkiss School. One student’s trial will moved forward, judge orders.
Attorneys say Harvard profits off a 19th-century picture of Tamara Lanier’s ancestor, possibly violating the 13th Amendment.
The ubiquitous cell phone is here to stay. Unlike some technologies however, usage habits are not improving the longer these modern marvels are around. In fact, they’re actually getting worse.
La Rosita Fresh Market Inc., together with the FSIS, is recalling certain ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli.
Inmate’s lawsuit alleging retired judge sexually abused him for nearly two decades can moved forward, according to the Delaware Supreme Court.
Dr. Gavin Awerbuch is set to start serving time in prison this April for drug charges and health care fraud.
A.G. Morrissey claims that, in some cases, the Church sent suspected molesters to rehab and then rehired them.
Nunes claims that Twitter is secretly waging a war of attrition against its conservative users.
Southfield, Michigan based Maddin, Hauser, Roth & Heller, P.C., is pleased to announce that David M. Saperstein was appointed to the State Bar of Michigan’s Professional Ethics Committee in January of this year. The Professional Ethics Committee’s jurisdiction is to offer analysis and guidance concerning the Michigan Rules of Professional Conduct and, to the extent
Southfield, Michigan based Maddin, Hauser, Roth & Heller, P.C., is pleased to announce that James M. Reid, IV, was elected to the Executive Council of the Michigan Society for Human Resource Management (MISHRM) in December 2018. Beginning in 2019, Reid will serve as the MISHRM Director-Elect for two years, followed by two years as the