How has Ferguson Changed a Year after Michael Brown’s Death?

On Saturday, Michael Brown Sr. led a group of about 100 marchers during a peaceful five-mile journey through the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, accompanied by a state-police escort. The peaceful march was intended to not only commemorate the anniversary of the controversial killing of his son by police officer Darren Wilson a year ago Sunday,

$9.2M Zimmer Durom Cup Hip Implant Award

A Los Angeles jury took just 3.5 hours to deliver a $9.2M Zimmer Durom Cup hip implant award. The award is the first plaintiff’s victory in the hundreds of pending suits against the company for failure to warn and negligent design of a defective product. The trial lasted three weeks. Plaintiff, Gary K., developed complications

Barring Divine Intervention Bill Cosby Will Be Deposed

Things have gone from bad to worse for the fallen star accused of drugging and raping several women. Bill Cosby will be deposed, despite his best efforts to stop it. This deposition will be taken no later than September 30 and involves a suit filed by Judy Huth in December 2014. Huth’s attorney, Gloria Allred,

San Francisco Prohibits Advertising Sugary Beverages

The American Beverage Association sued the City of San Francisco over legislation passed in June that prohibits advertising sugary beverages on city property. The law also requires labels on the products warning of obesity, diabetes and tooth decay. The law is one of the most restrictive in the U.S., including such requirements as warnings labels

Warrior Dash Paralysis Settlement

James Sa of Rochester Hills, MI and Red Frog Events (parent company of the Warrior Dash) have most likely reached a Warrior Race Paralysis Settlement. Sa, a former Hope College student, participated in the 2011 Flint-area Warrior Dash, held at Genesee County’s E.A. Cummings Center. When he dived into mud pit, he suffered injuries that

Goldman Sachs Tentatively Agrees to $270 Million Settlement as Mortgage Security Litigation Winds Down

Another domino has reportedly fallen in the aftermath of the mortgage-backed securities (MBS) meltdown that was mostly responsible for the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. Multiple media outlets are reporting that Goldman Sachs will settle a class-action lawsuit led by the NECA-IBEW’s Health and Welfare Pension Fund of Illinois, among other investors, to

Judge Ordered Remi Walden $150M Award Reduced

Judge J. Kevin Chason in Georgia’s Decatur County Superior Court is my new hero! He told Fiat Chrysler to suck it regarding their request for a new trial in the tragic fire death of little Remi Walden. In his opinion, the evidence against Fiat was “overwhelming.” The judge also ordered the Walden $150M award reduced