Flint Drinking Water Lawsuits: Federal Appeals Court Declines To Intervene In Civil LitigationA Federal Appeals court will not intervene in the Flint Water Crisis civil litigation.
Ohio State Settles More Sexual Abuse Cases Bringing Totals To Over $46MNearly 400 men have sued the university over its failure to stop Richard Strauss during his two-decade tenure, despite students raising concerns as far back as the late 1970s.
Students Seek Campus Life, Parents Seek Refunds From UniversitiesStudents wanted the campus experience, but their colleges sent them home to learn online during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ex-Football, Hockey Players Sue University Of Michigan Alleging Former Doctor Of Sexual AssaultThree former athletes at the University of Michigan filed lawsuits Thursday against the school, alleging that a late doctor sexually assaulted them while the men were members of the football and hockey teams in the 1980s.
International Au Pairs Win $65.5M Settlement In Lawsuit Young people from around the world who have provided low cost child care for American families will share in a proposed $65.5 million class action settlement with the companies that bring the workers to the United States.
January Trial Set To Air GM Ignition Switch Recall IssuesA civil trial set to start this month in New York City will test the legal boundaries of hundreds of claims remaining against General Motors Co. stemming from faulty ignition switches.
Japanese Company Fined $70 Million Over Exploding Air BagsThe company admitted that it knew for years that the inflators were defective but that it fended off recalls by failing to tell the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Largest Coupon Publishers Link UpLivonia-based coupon marketer Valassis Communications Inc. agreed to partner with the News America Marketing unit of New York City-based News Corp., combining efforts after years of lawsuits between the two coupon firms.
Pastor Pledges To Fight Accusations