Federal Appeals Court In New York Sides With Trump In 'Sanctuary Cities' Grant Fight; Other Appeals Courts Have Ruled Against Justice DepartmentThe 2nd Circuit said the plain language of relevant laws make clear that the U.S. attorney general can impose conditions on states and municipalities receiving money.
Teachers File Lawsuit Against Maintenance Company That Hired David Garcia EspinalIt's been six weeks, and the man who remains on the run for secretly recording in bathrooms is David Garcia-Espinal. As authorities look for him, those victimized are looking for damages.
13 People Sue Cleaning Company Employing Man Who Admitted Hiding Camera In School BathroomThe suit argues that because of the company's "actions or omissions, the plaintiffs have suffered severe and personal injuries and will continue to suffer great mental anguish, humiliation and loss of a normal life" as a result of Garcia-Espinal's employment at the school.
Kobe Bryant's Widow Sues Helicopter Operator For DeathsThe wrongful death lawsuit filed by Vanessa Bryant in Los Angeles Superior Court said the pilot was careless and negligent by flying in cloudy conditions Jan. 26 and should have aborted the flight that killed all nine people aboard.
Five GOP Attorneys General Seek To Block Equal Rights AmendmentAll five rescinded their approvals of the ERA amendment before a congressionally mandated ratification deadline more than 40 years ago, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery said Thursday.
Family Of Pedro Ruiz, Killed In Cell At Cook County Jail, Sues Sheriff And Cellmate Christian Gonzalez“What happened to Pedro Ruiz in the Cook County Jail, while in Cook County’s custody, was not just easily preventable, was not just forseeable, but was absolutely disgraceful,” said Ruiz family attorney Nenye Uche.
Bernard Kersh, Body-Slammed By Police On Thanksgiving, Files Lawsuit Against City And CPD Officer Jerald WilliamsOfficer Jerald Williams was caught on cell phone video as he lifted Kersh off his feet and slammed him into the pavement on Nov. 28, 2019.
Illinois Joins Multi-State Lawsuit over new food stamp rulesIllinois could be among the hardest-hit states. State officials say there are over 140,000 people statewide in the affected category.
Illinois, Virginia, And Nevada Sue To Force National Archives To Recognize Equal Rights Amendment As Part Of ConstitutionIllinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul is joining counterparts in two other states in a lawsuit seeking to force the federal government to officially recognize the Equal Rights Amendment as part of the Constitution, after Virginia became the 38th state to ratify it.
City Council Finance Committee To Weigh More Than $1 Million In Settlements For Police Misconduct LawsuitsThe largest settlement on the agenda for Monday’s meeting is a $500,000 payment to Andy Jardinas, who accused a police officer of shoving him to the ground while handcuffed, in a police lockup in 2016, causing a major head injury.
Pharmacies: Prescribers Bear Responsibility In Opioid CrisisThe judge has scheduled an October trial for claims against CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, HBC and Discount Drug Mart.