Lawsuits & Litigation
Sex offender can’t use religious belief argument to change name.
Montclair State University recently came under fire in a lawsuit alleging it violated a student group’s Constitutional right to free speech.
The estates of two men who were killed in a helicopter crash in Troy Township are suing MD Helicopters, Inc., Rolls-Royce Corp., Honeywell International, Inc., and Accurate Accessories, LLC for negligence.
By keeping quiet, the Supreme Court is giving voice to the victims of Flint’s water crisis.
California says that Riot Games hasn’t done nearly enough to pay back its accusers.
Walgreens recently came under fire in a wrongful death lawsuit after a Pierre man died from Amiodarone toxicity.
The Department of Justice asked the Supreme Court not to expedite the case–and it seems politics may be the cause.
Harvard’s being sued by five fraternities and sororities, all of which claim the university has enacted discriminatory sanctions against single-sex organizations.
In their suit, the teachers describe having to keep dozens of screaming, crying children under control.