An elected member of the Board of Education for the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District has sued in federal court over Gov. Gavin Newsom’s decision to delay school reopenings in Los Angeles County, which is on the state’s COVID-19 watch list.
It used to be that the U.S. Supreme Court Pruneyard decision allowed petition circulators to gather signatures from people at privately owned shopping malls, that is until superstores such as Target, Home Depot and Walmart decided they weren’t shopping malls and the rules don't apply.
A marine-focused environmental group has sued the biggest manufacturers of food and drink, alleging that the companies are responsible for plastics pollution in California and around the world. Earth Island Institute filed its public nuisance complaint on Feb. 26 in San Mateo Superior Court against Proctor and Gamble, Crystal Geyser, Colgate Palmolive, Coca-Cola, Pepsi-Cola and a slew of other consumer goods companies.
The Supreme Court of the U.S. (SCOTUS) greenlit the speedy removal of asylum seekers, granting President Donald Trump’s administration what appears to be an immigration victory.
When Laryssa Galvez, Judith Lindley and Natalie Anderson signed up for a giveaway on Instagram, they thought they would automatically receive dresses from Hollywood star Reese Witherspoon’s clothing line.
It was only after having turned over their personal and employment data that they discovered the Draper James promotion wasn’t as generous as it sounded. They filed a class-action lawsuit.
In the five years that William Robinson has been a professional cleaner, he had never been asked to take his temperature before clocking in. But that’s where COVID-19 has taken him and every other cleaner who works at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
“Anytime you step outside the realm of the airport and return, you get your temperature checked all over again,” Robinson told Texas Business Daily. “Even if you go outside for lunch, when you come back in, you get checked."
The Supreme Court of the U.S. (SCOTUS) greenlit the speedy removal of asylum seekers, granting President Donald Trump’s administration what appears to be an immigration victory. Most Americans and legal residents want to get back to work in this exceptional environment without the pressure of new immigrants in the job market.
When Curtis Hill, Jr. was elected four years ago to be Indiana’s attorney general, he had a vision for what the office could be under his leadership. Today he says he's matched that vision. In fact, Hill said he has been engaged directly with the White House and President Trump on national issues, such as Black Lives Matter.
Cattle farmers and ranchers have appealed a federal judge’s decision to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is best suited to remedy any shell game that exists in the meat processing industry
When the Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy, the class action suit over allegations of child sex abuse was automatically stayed in favor of a plan that will create a Victims Compensation Trust.
Just how much money will be set aside is hard to tell, but if Catholic Church litigation is any indication, it could be millions of dollars.
The four banks that were sued by consumer attorneys are denying allegations that they manipulated the COVID-19 Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan process to enrich themselves. The Stalwart Law Group filed lawsuits on Sunday April 19, 2020 against JPMorgan, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and US Bank in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California on behalf of small business owners whose PPP loan applications were rejected.
A coalition of fire arm advocates sued the state of California Gov. Gavin Newsom and Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villaneuva, alleging that closing gun shops during the COVID-19 outbreak violated rights under the U.S. Constitution.
The Second Amendment Foundation, the National Rifle Association of America, the California Gun Rights Foundation and other groups are requesting injunctive and declaratory relief in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California despite the fact ...
A letter sent on behalf of Toronto-based Brookfield Asset Management to the board of directors of Ashford Hospitality Trust, Inc. over Easter weekend, alleges Ashford made fraudulent transfers.
A professor is appealing a federal judge’s decision to dismiss his lawsuit against his college after he was disciplined for not addressing a male transgender student with feminine titles and pronouns because he says it violated his religious beliefs.
Nicholas Meriwether sued the trustees of Shawnee State University in the Southern District of Ohio, alleging they had violated his First Amendment rights.
A man who sued the Secretary of State of the Florida Department of Children and Families in federal court is being allowed to proceed.
Plaintiff Avery McKnight sued Chad Poppell, in his official capacity, alleging that he was held against his will in the hospital without being given a chance to object.