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    • Asylum Seeker Reunited With Son, 7, After Suing US - NBC Southern California June 22, 2018
      NBC Southern CaliforniaAsylum Seeker Reunited With Son, 7, After Suing USNBC Southern CaliforniaMejia-Mejia had filed for political asylum after crossing the border with her son, Darwin, following a trek from Guatemala. She alleges border agents took her son two days after they crossed the U.S. border near San Luis, Arizona, on May 19. She filed […]
    • UN court to hear Iran lawsuit against United States - Arutz Sheva June 22, 2018
      Arutz ShevaUN court to hear Iran lawsuit against United StatesArutz ShevaThe UN's top court will hear in October a case brought by Iran against the United States seeking to recover billions in frozen assets, which U.S. courts say should go to American victims of terror attacks, AFP reported. The International Court of ...and more »
    • Opinion: Lawsuit to rule ACA unconstitutional will aid Georgia, US - MyAJC June 22, 2018
      Opinion: Lawsuit to rule ACA unconstitutional will aid Georgia, USMyAJCAs Attorney General, I am committed to upholding the rule of law with each decision I make in order to protect the basic principles upon which our nation is founded. It is in keeping with this commitment that I have joined a multi-state coalition ...and more »
    • Lawsuit seeks lawyer access to immigrants in prison - Waco Tribune-Herald June 22, 2018
      Waco Tribune-HeraldLawsuit seeks lawyer access to immigrants in prisonWaco Tribune-HeraldFILE- In this Feb. 1, 2017 file photo, ACLU of Oregon legal director Mat dos Santos speaks at a news conference in Portland to announce a federal lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Portland against President Donald Trump's executive immigration order.123 men seeking asylum in […]
    • Lawsuit: Boston Schools Cooperate With Immigration Officials - U.S. News & World Report June 22, 2018
      Lawsuit: Boston Schools Cooperate With Immigration OfficialsU.S. News & World Report"As federal deportation efforts intensify, the question of how and under what circumstances public schools are providing information to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement has become even more crucial.".and more »
    • Lawsuit: Green-Card Holders Face Bias in US Military Policy ... - Military.com June 22, 2018
      Military.comLawsuit: Green-Card Holders Face Bias in US Military Policy ...Military.comA policy that requires green-card holders to pass a background check before starting military service is discriminatory.and more »
    • Boys sue after being separated from dads at US border by Trump 'zero tolerance' policy - USA TODAY June 21, 2018
      USA TODAYBoys sue after being separated from dads at US border by Trump 'zero tolerance' policyUSA TODAYThe boys, ages 9 and 15, who along with their fathers were detained in separate incidents last month at the Mexico border., were flown to Chicago and placed in the care of Heartland Alliance, an organization that aids migrants, […]
    • Credit Suisse prevails in lawsuit seeking $300 million for brokers - US judge - euronews June 21, 2018
      ReutersCredit Suisse prevails in lawsuit seeking $300 million for brokers - US judgeeuronews(Reuters) – A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit accusing Credit Suisse Group AG of withholding up to $300 million (£226.5 million) of compensation from U.S.-based brokers when it closed their private banking unit in 2015.Credit Suisse prevails in lawsuit seeking $300 […]
    • Lawsuit: Green-card holders face bias in US military policy - Stars and Stripes June 21, 2018
      Stars and StripesLawsuit: Green-card holders face bias in US military policyStars and Stripes... liberties group alleges in a lawsuit Thursday. The U.S. Department of Defense announced the new policy in October 2017. Green-card holders could previously report for basic service while their background checks were pending, and U.S. citizens still ...and more »