Florida Woman Asked To Post Bond In Trump University Lawsuit

There have been new developments in the Trump University lawsuit. In response to Sherri B. Simpson, “who is appealing the [approved] settlement,” attorney’s “representing thousands of class members in the lawsuits” are now asking Simpson to “post a $220,833 bond.” The reason for the bond is to “protect the class members against the risk of non-payment should” Simpson lose her appeal, and will also cover things like “court, attorney, administrative and class-servicing costs,” according to a motion filed by attorney Rachel Jensen.

Settlement Reached Between Shaun White and Female Drummer

After being sued and accused of sexual harassment and breach of contract, Shaun White has finally reached a settlement with his accuser. Who accused him of such charges? Turns out it was the former drummer of his rock band, Lena Zawaideh. According to the lawsuit, Zawaideh was the “only female member of Bad Things, a young electronic rock band founded by White, 30, who also performed as the band’s guitarist.” So far the settlement terms haven’t been disclosed.

Settlement Reached Between Family of Jack Jacquez and City of Rocky Ford

Losing a loved one is always hard, but even more so when a life is lost in a tragic manner. Such was the reality for the family of 27-year-old Jack Jacquez “who was fatally shot in the back by an on-duty officer” in front of his mother. As a result of his tragic death, his family filed a lawsuit against the now ex-officer, the city of Rocky Ford, and former Chief Frank Gallegos. Fortunately for the family, the lawsuit has now been settled with the city. The lawsuit itself sought “an unspecified amount of money for excessive force and violations of constitutional rights.”

Target Corp. Settles Data Breach Lawsuit for $18.5M

Remember that big data breach at Target stores across the country back in 2013? It compromised “tens of millions of customers’ credit and debit card information.” Now, years later, Target Corp. has agreed to pay “$18.5 million to 47 states, including California, and the District of Columbia” as part of a settlement over the data breach. The only states not included in the settlement are Alabama, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.