Judge Dan Polster considers a recommended strategy for bring all locales into consolidated litigation.
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McDonald’s has had its fair share of criminal activity worldwide, endangering employees and visitors.
A pregnancy discrimination lawsuit against Day & Zimmermann Group, Inc. and Sunrise Beach Corporation, doing business as M2 Services Corporation recently settled for $125K.
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan says it’s better for families to stay together, even behind bars–and even when it can take months to get a decision from immigration courts.
Tennessee lawyer threatens judge and is suspended for a month.
Dog Goods USA is recalling certain types of pig ear dog treats over concerns they may be part of a multi-state salmonella outbreak.
Woods spent 35 years in prison for a murder she didn’t commit–time taken by a confession which was coerced by detectives while Woods was committed in a psychiatric hospital.
Shocker of the Day: Trump Admin’s New Student Loan Watchdog, Robert Cameron, is a Former Student Loan Executive
Cameron’s former company, the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency, has received nearly 10,000 complaints from borrowers.
Three of the top pharmaceutical companies have entered agreements to pay the state of California nearly $70 million to settle allegations that they “delayed drugs to keep prices high” according to California Attorney General Xavier Becerra. Most of the funds will come from Teva Pharmaceuticals ($69 million) for paying to delay a generic for Provigil,
Norfolk Public Schools recently agreed to settle a discrimination lawsuit with a former employee for $72,000.