Migrant Justice Sues Federal Government, Vermont DMV Over Informants

Immigrant advocacy group Migrant Justice is suing the federal government, saying law enforcement sent civilian infiltrators to their meetings in an attempt to combat grassroots activism. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Burlington, alleges that the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles colluded with Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security

Lawyers for Civil Rights Sues Trump on Immigration Policy, Demands ‘Apprentice’ Tapes

Lawyers attacking President Donald Trump’s harsh immigration policy are demanding unaired tapes from ‘The Apprentice,’ hoping the former reality TV star’s off-the-camera comments contain racial slurs. NBC News reports that Lawyers for Civil Rights—which sued Trump in February—has issued subpoenas to MGM Holdings, Inc. and Trump Productions LLC. The subpoenas seek ‘any footage’ shot during

Avon Hit with Class-Action Lawsuit Over Allegations of Pregnancy Discrimination

A class-action lawsuit was recently filed on behalf of two former Avon employees over allegations that the popular beauty company “practiced systematic discrimination against women based on pregnancy, maternity, and the rights of nursing mothers to pump breast milk at work.” The suit itself was filed by Wigdor LLP, a New York law firm in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and takes specific aim at Avon’s branding, including its claim that it’s a “company for women.”

CNN Sues Trump for Revoking Reporter’s Press Credentials

CNN is suing President Trump after the commander-in-chief revoked a reporter’s press credentials. The lawsuit, writes CNN, is a response to the White House’s suspension of correspondent Jim Acosta’s White House press pass. Coveted and often called a “hard pass,” the credentials let journalists get close to the president with less hassle than would otherwise

Satanic Temple Sues Netflix, Warner Bros. for $150M Over Copyright Infringement and Trademark Violations

Netflix Inc. and Warner Bros. Entertainment were recently hit with a lawsuit filed by the Satanic Temple. Why? Well, it turns out the organization took issue with the use of a “statue of Baphomet in the Netflix series, ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.’” According to the suit, the Temple is claiming “copyright infringement, trademark violation, and injury to business.” The suit itself was filed last Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.