Lawsuits & Litigation
Whole Foods Market is facing hard times. Once the darling of both sustainability advocates and Wall Street, Whole Foods is no longer the unstoppable force of years past. The beleaguered grocer was recently the target of an activist shareholder takeover, and also faces legal, social, and systemic hurdles.
Despite Push Back, Inmate Will Not Give Up Her Case
Parents, have you purchased Honest Company detergent for your children’s laundry lately? If so, you might be able to cash in on a nationwide, $1.55 million class action lawsuit that Jessica Alba’s The Honest Company recently agreed to pay for misleading “customers about the ingredients in its laundry detergent, dish soap, and multipurpose cleaner.”
Justice Department Moves to Block Attempt to Obtain Campaign Manuscript of Trump’s Executive Orders on Travel
The Justice Department is fighting a legal attempt to obtain a campaign-trail document which may have served as the manuscript for Donald Trump’s executive orders on travel. Politico writes that at the center of the maelstrom is a policy memo former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani helped craft for Donald Trump when he was still
United Faces Another Passenger Lawsuit After Trying to Wrestle Away Yennifer Correia’s 400-Year Old Violin
United Airlines found itself fighting a row with a young musician earlier in the week – not over baggage limits or carry-on fees, but for refusing to let Yennifer Correia take a 17th-century violin onto a plane. On her way from Houston to play with the Missouri Symphony Orchestra, Correia was startled when a gate
A $15 million lawsuit has been filed in Oklahoma City federal court by George Purifoy, a Vietnam veteran who is alleging that “negligent care at Veterans Affairs medical centers in Oklahoma City and Muskogee caused him facial disfigurement, pain and suffering and a shortened life expectancy.” But what exactly happened to prompt Purifoy to file such a lawsuit? What sort of pain and suffering did he undergo?
Class Action Alleges Chipotle Responsible For Overtime Pay
When visiting any kind of doctor, for whatever reason, many patients expect some level of privacy. Certainly, that’s what a woman expected when she visited a plastic surgeon team for a breast augmentation surgery. Unfortunately for her, her surgeons “allegedly posted before-and-after photos of her surgery on their website without her consent,” and now she is suing the south suburban plastic surgeons who operated on her for violating her privacy.