Lansing’s municipal insurance company has approved a $1 million settlement of claims involving an officer who crashed into a car while racing to answer a police call, disabling a passenger.
The state attorney general’s office does not plan to file charges after a Michigan sheriff’s deputy said a sergeant videotaped her while she was in a private office pumping breast milk for her newborn.
Documents show a Michigan hospital agreed to pay an undisclosed amount of money as part of a settlement following an accusation that it granted a man’s request that no black nurses care for his newborn.
A Michigan sheriff’s deputy who said a sergeant videotaped her while she was in a private office pumping breast milk for her newborn is expected to get a $200,000 settlement.
The city of Kalamazoo will pay $130,000 to settle lawsuit filed by an African-American man who says he was falsely arrested and discriminated by a Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety officer.
Settlement is worth more than $1 billion in a case involving hundreds of lawsuits over acceleration problems in its vehicles.
Wayne County has agreed to an $8 million settlement in a lawsuit involving a 14-year-old girl who lacked critical oxygen when she was born in jail.
A lawsuit filed by a woman who contends she was kicked out of a master’s degree program at Eastern Michigan University because of her opposition to homosexuality has been settled for $75,000.
Consumers 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.
Farmington Hills-based RouteOne LLC and a Lake Success, N.Y.-based competitor, DealerTrack Holdings Inc., announced a settlement Friday of a patent infringement lawsuit DealerTrack filed against RouteOne in 2004.