California Supreme Court Reviews Challenge to Prop 22 on Gig Worker Classification - Adobe Stock Image by Tada Images

The California Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Tuesday (May 21) in a critical case challenging the constitutionality of Proposition 22, a ballot measure that allows app-based services like Uber and Lyft to classify their drivers as independent contractors rather than employees. The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and... Read More »

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Fanatics, a prominent sports apparel and collectibles company, has initiated legal action against Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. for allegedly breaching a contract signed in May 2023. The lawsuit, filed in the New York Supreme Court, claims Harrison failed to meet his contractual obligations and later denied... Read More »

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The family of a deceased 14-year-old has filed a lawsuit against American Airlines after their child died during an in-flight emergency in 2022. Fourteen-year-old Kevin Greenidge was flying home to New York City with his family from a summer vacation in Honduras when he suddenly lost consciousness and went into... Read More »

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A new federal lawsuit has been filed against an NYPD officer who allegedly shot a man unjustifiably in Brooklyn while guarding Mayor Eric Adams' residence in 2022. As reported by The Gothamist, Shahid Woodstock filed the lawsuit last week, claiming that NYPD Officer David Barker shot him as he was... Read More »

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Libel or defamation occurs when a false statement of fact is made that damages a person’s reputation. The outcome of a libel suit depends on how injured plaintiffs are classified into one of three categories –private figures, public figures and limited-purpose public figures. The level of proof necessary for recovery... Read More »

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California enacted the Tanner Consumer Protection Law as a supplement to the state’s “Lemon Law” in 1970. The law gives consumers the right to either a refund or a new car if their vehicle cannot be repaired after a reasonable number of attempts. Although the law is over 50 years... Read More »

Supreme Court Clears Texas to Enforce Controversial Immigration Law - Adobe Stock Image

The Supreme Court, on Tuesday (May 14), allowed Texas to immediately begin enforcing a controversial immigration law, Senate Bill 4 (S.B. 4), which permits state officials to arrest and detain individuals suspected of entering the country illegally. This decision represents a temporary victory for Texas in its ongoing battle with... Read More »

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On Wednesday (May 15), the United States House of Representatives passed the Transparency In Charges for Key Events Ticketing (TICKET) Act. Introduced last year by Representatives Jan Schakowsky (IL-09) and Gus Bilirakis (FL-12), the legislation aims to address deceptive practices in the live event ticket marketplace and passed with overwhelming... Read More »

Federal Court Orders Elon Musk to Testify Again in SEC Twitter Takeover Probe - Danny D'Cruze via bt Business Today

On Tuesday (May 14), Elon Musk was ordered by a federal court to testify once more in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) 's ongoing investigation into his acquisition of Twitter, now known as X. The directive comes amid intensifying scrutiny over Musk's 2022 purchase of the social media... Read More »

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Tesla is facing yet another lawsuit over its autonomous driving technology after a Colorado man was killed in a fiery crash when his Tesla veered off the road and drove into a tree. The crash happened in 2022 when 33-year-old Hans Von Ohain was behind the wheel of his Tesla... Read More »

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In the latest development of the ongoing legal saga surrounding the esteemed Château Miraval, Hollywood actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie find themselves further entwined in the legal battle over their famed $500 million French winery. The conflict, which has been brewing for years, has now taken a new turn... Read More »

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The family of a high school baseball player has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against their son’s school after the teen was fatally struck in the head during batting practice. The lawsuit was filed by the teen’s parents, David and Yamira Medina, in Georgia’s Hall County Superior Court against Gainesville... Read More »

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“It shall be unlawful for any person who has been convicted in any court of, a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year…to…possess…any firearm…” - Unlawful Acts, 18 U.S Code §922 (g) (1) But should it be? Stuart Duarte, a man with five California criminal convictions, all... Read More »

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A recent lawsuit filed against internet personality DJ Akademiks, by Fauziya "Ziya" Abashe has brought forth serious allegations of rape, sexual assault, and defamation. Abashe, the plaintiff in the case, recounts a disturbing series of events that transpired after she accepted an invitation to DJ Akademiks' residence on July 16,... Read More »

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On Friday (May 10th), Sean "Diddy" Combs filed to dismiss a lawsuit accusing him and former Bad Boy Entertainment executive Harve Pierre of gang raping a 17-year-old girl in a New York music studio back in 2003. As reported by People, Combs' legal team filed the motion in a New... Read More »