Johnson & Johnson Still Battling Thousands Of Cases Involving Its Baby PowderA jury in St. Louis has awarded nearly $4.7 billion in damages to a group of women who said Johnson & Johnson talc products caused them to develop ovarian cancer. But the company is still battling thousands of cases involving its baby powder.
Judge Allows Lawsuits Claiming Weed Killer Causes Cancer To ProceedA judge has ruled that hundreds of lawsuits claiming "Roundup" weed killer causes cancer can proceed to the next phase in court.
Lawyers Seek To Reunite Brazilian Refugees With Separated ChildrenAttorneys for a Brazilian mother and two Brazilian fathers were in federal court on Thursday, trying to reunite three children with their families.
Second Brazilian Mom Heading To Court In Effort To Be Reunited With SonAn East Coast lawyer who helped reunite a Brazilian woman with her son last week was heading back to federal court on Thursday, trying to reunite another family separated at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Ed Sheeran Sued Over Marvin Gaye SongThat lawsuit, which is still pending in Manhattan federal court, seeks unspecified damages.
Jury Awards $17 Million To Man Who Accused Detective Of Framing Him For MurderJacques Rivera accused notorious former Chicago Police Detective Reynaldo Guevara of framing him for the 1988 murder of 16-year-old Felix Valentin.
Man Seeking $42 Million From City For Wrongful ConvictionJurors will begin deliberations Thursday in a police misconduct case filed against the city by a man wrongfully convicted in a 1988 murder.
Immigrant Mom Heads To Court, Seeking Immediate Reunion With SonAn emergency hearing has been scheduled for Thursday in federal court for a woman from Brazil who was separated from her son at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Officer's 'Racist' Posts Key To Sterling Brown Suit Against Milwaukee PoliceThough an initial police report described Brown as aggressive, Police Chief Alfonso Morales has since apologized for the officers' behavior, saying they acted "inappropriately."
Officer Rialmo To Testify In Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed By Quintonio LeGrier FamilyOfficer Robert Rialmo shot and killed 19-year-old Quintonio LeGrier and his 55-year-old neighbor, Bettie Jones, on Dec. 26, 2015.
Mother Sues Peoria Over Son's Police Shooting DeathThe lawsuit filed in federal court in Peoria late Sunday alleges officers shot Edward Russell Jr. at least 17 times as he lifted a garage door at the family's Peoria home with both hands. He was a suspect in a bank robbery.
Trial To Begin In Lawsuit Over 2015 Fatal Police Shooting Of Quintonio LegrierJurors will hear opening statements Monday in a wrongful death case against the Chicago Police Department and Officer Robert Rialmo, in the shooting death of 19-year-old Quintonio LeGrier in 2015.