T-Mobile

T-Mobile has been hit with a data breach that has impacted about 37 million of its customers. The data breach resulted in the personal identification information of millions of customers across the nation being shared with unauthorized individuals. In a form filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on... Read More »

Costco

Big box retailer Costco lost its bid to dismiss a lawsuit alleging the company falsely advertises its canned tuna as “dolphin safe.” A proposed class action claims Costco’s tuna is acquired via fishing methods that harm and kill dolphins. A federal court in San Francisco recently rejected Costco’s motion to... Read More »

Guggenheim Museum

The family of Holocaust survivors Karl and Rosi Adler, who anxiously fled Nazi Germany in 1938 sued the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation for a Picasso painting worth $200 million. The heirs’ demand, unlike the precious abstract work of art, is crystal clear: return the painting to the family. The lawsuit... Read More »

Mike Tyson watches the first half of an NBA basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the New Orleans Pelicans, Feb. 27, 2022, in Los Angeles. A woman has accused former heavyweight boxing champion Tyson of raping her sometime in the early 1990s in a lawsuit filed in January 2023, in Albany, N.Y. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)

If this news story sounds familiar, that’s because it is. In a case echoing past rape charges from the 1990s, a woman filed a lawsuit against former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson this week. The woman claims that Tyson raped her while they were in a limousine in Albany, New York. ... Read More »

CVS pharmacy

CVS Health has been hit with a lawsuit for workplace discrimination after allegedly firing a nurse practitioner for refusing to prescribe birth control on religious grounds. According to the complaint, Texas resident J. Robyn Strader worked at a CVS MinuteClinic for six and a half years. CVS granted her religious... Read More »

UC Irvine

Plagiarism is a major problem in higher education. Students who present the work of others as their own without proper attribution can fail a single assignment or the entire course. But it is not only students who copy the work of others. One professor at a public university in California... Read More »

A woman holds her daughter while waiting to be processed by US border patrol after crossing the US-Mexico border in July. Photograph: Paul Ratje/AFP/Getty Images

President Biden has elected to continue the controversial Trump-era immigration policy requiring asylum-seekers to wait outside of the country while their claims are pending. Although the White House was forced to reinstate the so-called “Remain in Mexico” policy by court order, progressive politicians and human rights activists are concerned with... Read More »

harley davidsons in a row

The Federal Trade Commission recently dealt a blow against manufacturers in the war over the right to repair. Consumer advocates have been fighting to prevent corporations from conditioning product warranties on the use of branded products and official repair sites, when third-party repair shops and aftermarket parts are often much... Read More »

Ellen Gilland, 76, at her first appearance in Volusia County court Sunday, Jan. 22, 2023. (WKMG ClickOrlando)

As lunch trays were being delivered to rooms at 11:45 AM, shots rang out on the 11th floor of the AdventHealth Hospital in Daytona Beach hospital. The fatal shooting then led to the arrest of a very surprising suspect, an elderly Florida woman, who had shot her terminally ill husband,... Read More »

child support agreement

When a divorced father tried to terminate the child support obligations he was to provide for his 18-year-old daughter who had dropped out of high school, the trial court ruled in his favor. His wife appealed, and now she and her daughter will be able to keep the funds that... Read More »

surgery for amputation

A New Mexico family has filed a lawsuit after their daughter’s leg was amputated following a 10-hour wait time in the emergency room. On October 14, 2022, 12-year-old Meiah Tafoya was rushing to class when she tripped and fell, fracturing her leg. The child's mother took her to the hospital... Read More »

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