Federal Judge Aileen Cannon dismissed the lawsuit after a higher federal appeals court strongly condemned her initial decision to grant Trump’s request for a special master.
Verdicts & Settlements
AFGE Council Representing EEOC Employees Resolves FLRA Complaint with Agency over Failure to Bargain Reentry to Physical Worksites
Agreement obtains union priorities including safety and workplace flexibilities.
Circle K agrees to settle with the EEOC over allegations that it discriminated against expecting mothers.
A Mississippi death row prisoner had asked the court to stay the execution until his lawsuit had been resolved.
In his 30-page page opinion, federal judge John Tuchi found that the lawsuit–filed by attorneys for two failed Republican political candidates–contained numerous inaccuracies and falsehoods.
NICA will pay $51 million to resolve whistleblower claims.
Settlement Covers Multiple Cases Filed After DoE’s illegal, anti-union actions in 2018.
Court Finds that County of Los Angeles Discriminated Against Trainee Program Participants with Mental Health Disabilities
Plaintiff Doe notes that she and Mary Roe asked the County over and over again to explain what its specific concerns were, so that they could try to address them.
Dean Gillespie spent 20 years in prison for a series of rapes he did commit not after Miami Township police officials suppressed evidence that would have shown he was camping in another state when the crimes were committed.
The Supreme Court’s chief justice wrote a concurring opinion in which he suggested that state courts should give precedence to state-level constitutional issues, considering the federal implications of policy only if and when the need arises.