Lawsuits & Litigation
New York City’s Probation Department recently came under fire in a discrimination lawsuit filed by fiver female officers.
Off-duty Chicago cop Joseph Cabrera allegedly attacked a man for parking on a public street.
American Medical Response Ambulance Service, Inc. (AMR) recently announced it will settle a federal pregnancy discrimination lawsuit filed by the EEOC on behalf of one of its paramedics.
At least 20 Arkansas bars have filed a lawsuit against the state, claiming a recently-imposed curfew discriminates against their businesses. The lawsuit, says The Fayetteville Flyer, was registered last week in Pulaski County. Filed by Little Rock attorney Gary Barnett, the complaint accuses Arkansas authorities of acting “arbitrarily” in enacting an order that demands certain
A new suit contends King’s Hawaiian is misleading consumers about where its rolls are made.
Inmates at Adirondack Correctional File Lawsuit Claiming “Inmate Nursing Home” Dangerous Amidst Coronavirus
Three inmates in New York’s Adirondack Correctional Facility are suing the state, alongside its governor and corrections department, for allegedly endangering elderly inmates at heightened risk for novel coronavirus. According to The Adirondack Daily Enterprise, the plaintiffs are represented in litigation by Relman Colfax PLLC and the Prisoners’ Rights Project of the Legal Aid Society.
Large oil company accused of misrepresenting itself to secure a business partnership in Malaysia.
Pilgrim’s Pride recently decided to settle a price-fixing lawsuit for $75 million.