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    • Youth soccer: $8.2 million settlement in sex-abuse lawsuit over ... - The Mercury News August 17, 2018
      The Mercury NewsYouth soccer: $8.2 million settlement in sex-abuse lawsuit over ...The Mercury NewsThe U.S. Youth Soccer Association and its Northern California affiliate agreed Friday to pay $8.2 million to settle a former player's lawsuit claiming they failed to ...and more »
    • Chicago Suburb Settling Lawsuit Over Officer Pinning Teen - U.S. News & World Report August 17, 2018
      Washington PostChicago Suburb Settling Lawsuit Over Officer Pinning TeenU.S. News & World ReportA Chicago suburb is settling a lawsuit filed by the family of a black teenager who was pinned to the ground and threatened by a white off-duty police officer. Aug. 17, 2018, at 2:31 p.m.. Chicago Suburb Settling Lawsuit Over Officer Pinning Teen. […]
    • Colorado Rafting Company Answers Lawsuit in Rafting Death - U.S. News & World Report August 17, 2018
      Colorado Rafting Company Answers Lawsuit in Rafting DeathU.S. News & World Report8 in the U.S. District Court of Denver in a lawsuit brought by Allison Parker accusing the outfitter of negligence and fraud. Parker's 58-year-old husband, James Abromitis, died June 15, 2016, after being ejected from a boat during a rafting trip on ...and more »
    • Rights Group, State Reach Settlement in Competency Lawsuit - U.S. News & World Report August 17, 2018
      U.S. News & World ReportRights Group, State Reach Settlement in Competency LawsuitU.S. News & World ReportThe lawsuit, filed in 2014, sought relief for criminal defendants who were languishing for months in county jails while waiting to be evaluated to see if they were competent to help in their defense. When many of the defendants were […]
    • Fake numbers? Facebook misled advertisers with inflated 'potential reach,' lawsuit says - The Mercury News August 17, 2018
      The Mercury NewsFake numbers? Facebook misled advertisers with inflated 'potential reach,' lawsuit saysThe Mercury NewsFacebook allegedly misled advertisers on its platform by demonstrating it had a far larger audience size in U.S. cities and states than it actually had, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday. The lawsuit, filed by a Kansas-based aromatherapy ...and more »
    • US judge keeps alive Duke Energy water pollution lawsuit - WSOC Charlotte August 16, 2018
      WTSP.comUS judge keeps alive Duke Energy water pollution lawsuitWSOC CharlotteU.S. District Judge Loretta Biggs ruled this week that environmentalists can keep suing Duke Energy. Biggs says the pollution claims involving Duke Energy's Stokes County coal-burning power plant don't conflict with a separate lawsuit by North Carolina ...US Judge Keeps Alive Duke Energy Water Pollution Lawsuit […]
    • H-1B: Indian outsourcer favors Indian workers in U.S.: suit - The Mercury News August 16, 2018
      The Mercury NewsH-1B: Indian outsourcer favors Indian workers in U.S.: suitThe Mercury NewsOutsourcing companies that obtain U.S. work visas to place foreign workers in U.S. companies have become a target for critics of the H-1B visa program, and a ...and more »
    • Trump pushes US lawsuit against drug companies over opioids - Reuters August 16, 2018
      Trump pushes US lawsuit against drug companies over opioidsReutersTrump pushes U.S. lawsuit against drug companies over opioids. Reuters Staff. 1 Min Read. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday again pressed U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to sue drug companies over the nation's ...
    • Lawyer: US Youth Activists Will Appeal Setback to Climate Lawsuit - Voice of America August 16, 2018
      Voice of AmericaLawyer: US Youth Activists Will Appeal Setback to Climate LawsuitVoice of AmericaUnited States, brought by 21 young activists who say officials violated their rights by failing to address carbon pollution adequately. Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a bid by President Donald Trump's administration to halt the lawsuit ...and more »