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Who sues police departments the most? Police officers

Jun 20, 2014
In New Jersey, millions are spent each year on lawsuits involving police.
Posted In: new jersey, police, lawsuits

The biggest tech legal battles to watch in 2014

Jan 1, 2014
Cyrus Farivar from Ars Technica explains which cases will be making headlines in the New Year.
Posted In: lawsuits, Silk Road, Kim Dotcom

Major companies settle lawsuits over 401k plans

Oct 3, 2013
In the last few years, current and former employees have taken their companies to court over workplace retirement accounts.
Posted In: Retirement, 401k, lawsuits

NFL will pay $765M to settle head injury lawsuits

Aug 30, 2013
Former players and their families will receive a massive payout, but the NFL has admitted no wrongdoing.
Posted In: NFL, lawsuits, sports injuries

NCAA policy hits poor, minority neighborhoods hardest

Jul 8, 2013
An ongoing lawsuit between former and current collegiate athletes and the NCAA bring to light the inherent unfairness in the amateur system.
Posted In: NCAA, college sports, lawsuits, basketball

A toxic legacy is fought out in court

Jul 2, 2012
A $25 billion lawsuit against a subsidiary of Anadarko, the giant oil and gas company, is about environmental pollution and bankruptcy. The tiny town of Avoca, Pa., one of the plaintiffs.
Posted In: Environment, Kerr-McGee, lawsuits, pollution

Unpaid interns file lawsuits

May 3, 2012
The unpaid internship is a common work experience for many college and graduate students. But now some are saying that businesses need to pay up.
Posted In: internship, lawsuits

Facebook and Washington State sue likejackers

Jan 27, 2012
Up next: crackerjackers
Posted In: Facebook, lawsuits

Bank of America, Countrywide settle discrimination case

Dec 22, 2011
BofA's costs mount as it settles a mortgage discrimination suit against subsidiary Countrywide Financial.
Posted In: Bank of America, Countrywide, lawsuits, subprime

Throw another lawsuit on the barbie

Oct 21, 2011
An Australian student is going after Facebook for holding on to data that is no longer on his profile. Max Schrems, a 24-year-old Australian law...
Posted In: Australia, Facebook, lawsuits, Tech Report

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