Lawsuit: 97 Percent Of Detroit High School Students Don't Meet State Minimum Requirements For CollegeIs the Governor and the state's emergency manager law to blame for the financial mess in the Detroit Public Schools?
Dearborn Residents Join Class-Action Suit Challenging Gov't No-Fly ListMany of the plaintiffs are from Dearborn -- which has a large Arab population and has been subjected to aggressive watch-listing tactics by federal agents, an attorney said.
$10.5 Million Settlement Reached In Class-Action Meningitis Outbreak LawsuitThe deal covers 311 patients of Michigan Pain Specialists and their survivors.
Class Action Suit Filed By Residents Over Flint Water CrisisGov. Snyder, whose administration repeatedly downplayed the lead threat, now calls it a "disaster."
Gov. Snyder, Michigan Department Of Environmental Quality Served Subpoenas Over Flint Water CrisisAttorneys representing Flint residents in a class-action lawsuit tied to the city's water crisis want more information from the government.
Michigan Governor Named In Class Action Lawsuit Connected To Flint Water CrisisGovernor Rick Snyder is among several public officials named in a class action lawsuit stemming from the water crisis in Flint.
Michigan Residents Encouraged To Investigate LCD ClaimsConsumers and businesses that bought certain LCD flat panels used in TVs, monitors and laptop computers can file claims for cash payments of $25 to $200 or more, based on the number of items purchased.
Law Firm Files Class Action Against Battery Maker A123The $55 million battery recall of A123 systems has produced its first class action lawsuit on behalf of shareholders.
Employee Files Suit Against Borders For Lost WagesCreditors have their hands out as the Borders Group Inc. filed for bankruptcy and now, the line is getting longer.
Lawsuit Claims GM Failed To Repair Defective Chevy ImpalasA lawsuit filed in Detroit claims General Motors fixed a defective part on Chevrolet Impala police cruisers but did not correct the same problem on thousands of other Impalas.