Jury Awards $11,500 To Michigan Prisoner In Retaliation CaseA jury has awarded $11,500 to a Michigan prisoner who said his TV and typewriter were damaged and medication was withheld by guards during a sudden transfer.
4 Women Sue Detroit Free Press In Pay Discrimination LawsuitFormer and current staff members allege in Friday's complaint that the newspaper underpaid them because they're women.
Michigan Sued After Gay Couples Are Rejected For AdoptionAllowing agencies to discriminate could be the difference "between a child finding a permanent loving home or staying in the system," attorney Jay Kaplan said.
'Emotion' Not Fact: Court Overturns Child Abuse ConvictionJudge Elizabeth Gleicher says it's a case "built on emotion rather than fact or law."
Good Samaritan Who Thwarted Starbucks Robbery Faces Possible Lawsuit From SuspectA California man who stepped in to stop an armed robbery could face legal troubles of his own.
University Of Texas Sued For Removing Confederate StatuesThe Sons of Confederate Veterans filed the lawsuit Wednesday, three days after the statues were quickly taken down following a late-night order from University President Greg Fenves.
Judge Rules Deven Guilford Lawsuit Can ProceedSgt. Jonathan Frost shot 17-year-old Deven Guilford seven times during a traffic stop in 2015. The officer had stopped Guilford for flashing his high-beam headlights at him.
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.