Several of the players–accused of gang rape–claim they were suspended, expelled or otherwise disciplined due to racial and sexist stereotypes.
Verdicts & Settlements
A settlement was reached earlier this week, ending a suit between Erie County and the family of a deceased work-release inmate, Felix Manus.
A federal judge has ordered the U.S. government to stop making immigration arrests at Massachusetts courthouses. According to the Boston Globe, U.S. District Judge Indira Talwani’s ruling backs requests made by at least two local prosecutors. Her preliminary injunction will prevent U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents “from civilly arresting parties, witnesses, and others attending
While the county plans to hire more staff and increase services for mentally disabled inmates, attorneys say the core problem of overcrowding remains.
Jury convicts former dean of Michigan State University’s (MSU) College of Osteopathic Medicine, William Strampel, on charges of misconduct in office and two counts of willful neglect of duty.
A lawsuit recently settled between the father of a Sandy Hook School shooting victim and a publishing company that claimed the attack never happened.
VidAngel was recently ordered to pay $62.4 million in damages to Disney and other Hollywood studios for streaming movies without permission.
Judge says Oklahoma needs to prove that settlement funds from opioid litigation comply with a new state law.
Victims Criticize Proposed $215 Million Settlement Between University of Southern California and Tyndall Patients
Tyndall, accused of molesting hundreds of patients, was allowed to secretly leave USC with some benefits intact.
The Supreme Court did, however, give the baker a second chance at winning their suit.