Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and state Attorney General Dana Nessel have filed a federal lawsuit against Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, claiming the agency has illegally prioritized private schools in the disbursement of coronavirus-related aid. According to MLive.com, the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act—or CARES—allocated approximately $13 billion in funding to
Lawsuits & Litigation
The lawsuit demands that Oracle executives resign and turn over their positions to ethnic minorities.
The lawsuit suggests that requiring Washingtonians to wear face masks in public is unconstitutional and oppressive.
Minnesota’s Circle R Ranch faces lawsuit following employee’s sexual assault conviction.
Fitness club instructor has filed a lawsuit against Life Time for back wages.
The Trump campaign claims that “unmonitored” drop boxes encourages fraud.
The attorney who filed the lawsuit suggests that, if Gov. Abbott’s executive order isn’t challenged, the state could require residents to wear gloves and hazmat suits in public, too.
Instacart says its profit margins will be hurt by having to pay essential gig workers an extra $2.00 per order during the coronavirus pandemic.
Harvard alleged in its motion to dismiss that there is no law prohibiting the university from investing a portion of its endowment in the prison industry.
The lawsuit claims that the Trump administration is trying to make it appear as if immigration judges are wholly supportive of the government’s immigration policies.