Personal injury practitioners would do well to carefully consider what services should be provided remotely or whether they need a bricks-and-mortar office at all.
Lawsuits & Litigation
The anonymous plaintiff, originally from Turkey, says Epstein threatened to feed her to alligators if she ever told anyone what he’d done to her.
The two officers accuse Trump of intentionally sparking the January 6th riots, in which they were both injured.
Elanco Animal Health is under fire in a lawsuit after two dogs developed health problems after using its Seresto flea and tick collars.
Family of 20-year-old shot to death by officer reaches an agreement with law enforcement.
Issaquah Middle School agrees to settle minor sexual assault case.
LGBTQ Students, Activists Sue Department of Education for Giving Title IX Funds to Religious Colleges
A group of LGBTQ activists have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education, claiming the agency disburses federal funds to colleges with discriminatory policies. According to The Greenville News, the lawsuit states that Title IX policy strictly prohibits educational institutions from discriminating against anyone on the basis of gender or sexual orientation. However,
Corrections officially had actually encouraged eligible inmates to sign up for unemployment. However, inmates’ funds were cut after the governor decided giving prisoners benefits made for bad publicity.
Parents upset over judge’s ruling.
The Orlando Fire Department and an assistant fire chief recently agreed to a $1 million lawsuit settlement.