Chicago’s 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals entered a decision reversing a class action against glaucoma eye drops providers.
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Stephen Gutierrez blames a defective e-cigarette battery for causing his clothing to catch fire while arguing an arson case.
Elizabeth Warren releases a report concerning safety issues and underpaid workers for companies on federal contracts.
John Michael Spainpleaded receives harsh reprimand for harassing communications with opposing counsel in divorce battle.
A lawsuit was recently certified as an immigrant rights class action for those held detention center in Aurora, Colorado.
Metlife has agreed to pay $32.5 million to more than 600 financial service representatives, past and present, in a racial discrimination lawsuit.