The plaintiff seemingly argued that drinking Diet Dr Pepper should’ve given her a model’s body.
Verdicts & Settlements
The Beaverton School District recently agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by the parents of a student who suffered a severe allergic reaction after being served a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
The University of Arizona recently agreed to settle a gender discrimination lawsuit filed by a female professor for $100,000.
The state corrections department agreed to lift limitations on how long certain inmates can receive opioid treatment medications.
The lawsuit alleges that Starbucks broke New York City law by disciplining and firing workers who called in sick.
An appeal is filed in case against Hamtramck community activist.
On Thursday, a jury awarded $8.6 million to the family of John Bernecker, a ‘Walking Dead’ stuntman who fell to his death on-set in July 2017. According to Variety, jurors found AMC Networks’ subsidiary TWD 8 and the show’s production, Stalwart Films, liable in Bernecker’s death. Several individuals—including a unit production manager and first assistant
Sacramento County Pays $25m to Family of 10-Year Old Girl Grievously Injured in Crash with Deputy’s SUV
The settlement is the largest Sacramento County has ever paid to end a civil suit.
Professors settle age discrimination lawsuits against prominent universities.
Well Fargo and the city of Philadelphia recently agreed to a $10 settlement, ending a suit involving allegations of discriminatory lending practices.