“This case illustrates how lamentable Michigan’s $460,000 cap on non-economic damages is as it precludes fair recovery for this man’s injuries.”
Verdicts & Settlements
The city of Antioch is settling a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Rakeem Rucks for $475,000.
Without ruling on the merits of Allen’s case, the Supreme Court significantly narrowed the scope for future discrimination claims.
Apple is set to pay $500 million to end a class-action lawsuit filed over complaints about iPhone batteries.
Earlier this month, Sig Sauer Inc. agreed to a settlement agreement to end a class-action suit over its P320 pistols.
PricewaterhouseCoopers is paying $11.6 million to settle an age discrimination lawsuit.
The city of Edmonds recently settled a lawsuit with a former police department clerk who claimed the city refused to accommodate her sensitivity to fragrances in the office.
Search for tracker was not executed properly, so officers can’t use drug evidence.
A bankruptcy judge suggested the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee needs to pull out its checkbook.