Judge Tosses DJ's Suit Against Taylor Swift In Groping TrialU.S. District Judge William Martinez determined that the pop star could not be held liable because David Mueller failed to prove that she personally set out to have him fired after the 2013 photo op.
Appeals Court Dismisses Lawsuit By Player Injured In SlideRobert Ostrowski accused Canton Township and park employees of gross negligence in 2013.
Umpire Hernandez Sues MLB, Claiming Race DiscriminationAs evidence of the alleged discrimination, the suit cites Hernandez's lack of World Series assignments in the past decade and baseball not promoting Hernandez to crew chief.
State OKs $4M More To Defend Workers In Flint Water CasesThe state authorizes spending $4 million more to defend its DEQ and others against criminal charges and lawsuits related to Flint's water crisis.
University Of Michigan Board Of Regents Sued Over FiringA former U-M hospital executive has sued the Board of Regents, saying she was fired because of a study about the treatment of black people in the hospital system.
Being Sued? Stay Cool, Calm & Collected With These 3 Consequential GuidelinesDo yourself and your small business a favor by not panicking, and adhering to these tips.
Blind Man Sues McDonald's Over Car-Only Drive-Thru PolicyA lawyer says getting a late night snack at McDonald's is "a quintessentially American activity that should not be denied to someone because of their disability."
Michigan Teacher, School Sued Over Special-ed Student Stuck In ChairThe teacher is heard on a cell phone video asking the struggling child: “Do you wanna get tasered?”
$40K Settlement Reached In Lawsuit After Agent Shoots DogA state corrections agent shot the dog while looking for a fugitive at the wrong house in Flint.
Jury Awards $5M In Lawsuit Over Death Of Woman Hit By SMART BusAttorney Geoffrey Fieger said the victim had two young children and the jury determined she suffered when she was struck.
Michigan Pays $200,000 To Settle Lawsuit By Ex-Prisoner Forced To Crawl From Bed To ToiletAfter days of trial, the state of Michigan agreed to pay $200,000 to settle a lawsuit by a double-amputee former prisoner who said her rights were violated when she was forced to crawl from her bed to a toilet while in custody.
Litter? Detroit Newspaper Sues Suburb Over Shopping GuideThe Detroit Free Press is also seeking millions of dollars in punitive damages.