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A college student in Los Angeles filed a lawsuit against his school, arguing that it limited his “ right to free speech after it prevented him from passing out copies of the U.S. Constitution.” Fortunately for the student, Kevin Shaw, a court sided with him earlier last week when the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) agreed to settle the suit.
A wrongful death lawsuit was filed on Friday by the family of a woman who was allegedly left for dead during a date with a New York man she met on Tinder. According to the suit, the woman, Jennifer St. Clair, was riding on the back of a 2001 Harley Davidson Road King motorcycle with her date, Miles McChesney, and was left for dead. At the time of the incident, the two were on a date in Delray Beach, Florida. Prior to the incident, the couple spent time visiting friends in the area and McChesney drank heavily. Because of this, the suit argues that McChesney was impaired while driving his motorcycle.
The New York Civil Liberties Union is launching a legal maneuver that could compel the state to allow its Division of Human Rights to investigate certain complaints lodged against local police departments. The case, writes the Watertown Daily News, stems from a complaint filed with the Division of Rights by transgender Watertown resident DeAnna LeTray.
Tesla is coming under fire by some of its black workers, who’ve filed multiple lawsuits in an effort to purge the company what they said is widespread racism. According to the New York Times, many of the complaints originate in Tesla’s Fremont, CA factory. Interviews, e-mails and sworn legal statements have been filed by more
Summerfield Baldridge and Northwest Montana United Way recently agreed to settle a lawsuit the Whitefish man filed earlier this year against the United Way and Westside CCC Inc., “the corporation that holds the asset of a former mall property.” Baldridge provided the loan collateral that Northwest Montana United Way needed to “complete the $2.3 million purchase of Gateway Community Center in 2015.”