Aetna has settled another lawsuit alleging members’ privacy right have been violated after revealing the HIV status of many individuals it insures.
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A court ruled on appeal that Michelle Carter will serve a fifteen month sentence behind bars for encouraging her now-deceased boyfriend, Conrad Roy, to take this life in 2014.
A female college student thinks her apartment is haunted, but instead, finds a man in her closet trying on her clothes.
Lawsuit disclosures have been released suggesting the Sackler family pushed for high dosage sales of OxyContin to maximize profits.
Superstar Jay-Z has agreed to move forward with the arbitration of a trademark case now that there are enough unbiased African American arbitrators agreeing to take it on.
Lawsuit claims Purdue Pharma and the Sackler family had planned to get into the anti-addiction market. The company boosted sales of OxyContin while discussing these plans so its executives could profit on both ends.
Tinder users 30 and over joined a class action lawsuit over being charged more for the app’s upgraded service than their 29 and younger counterparts. The company settled by offering them $11.5 Million worth of “Super Likes” for free.
State background check failed to identify a run-in with the law on foster parent’s record. He is now serving 20 years behind bars for sexually abusing three boys.