Three Easy Steps to Retiring a Millionaire with Minimal Effort

Three Easy Steps to Retiring a Millionaire with Minimal Effort If you want to retire a millionaire, it can be easier than you think. In fact, financial experts advise that putting away a healthy amount for retir...

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Rudy Giuliani No Longer Able to Practice Law?

It's no secret that the aftermath of the 2020 election was an interesting time in America's history. But, of course, this is in regards to the winner of the presidential election (President Joe Biden) and former President Trump'...

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This Major Lawsuit Loss Could Have Devastating Consequences for Walmart

Retail giant Walmart has been at the center of many lawsuits before, but normally, their team of legal experts help them settle cases and avoid unfavorable court rulings. However, a recent lawsuit proved...

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Most people are not aware of the reasons for DACA being considered illegal by those who understand how the program was created. There are many Constit...

Facts About DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that was started by the Obama administration...

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This Repealed Florida Law Could Have Prevented the Miami Condo Collapse

When Champlain Towers of Miami collapsed on June 24, the question on everyone's minds was, "What could've prevented this?" While the precise cause of the devastating structural failure still is not known...

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Former President Trump Sues Tech Companies

In the immediate aftermath of the January 6 insurrection and his failed attempts at stopping Congress from certifying the Presidential election, former President Trump was banned from the major social media platforms, including Face...

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The Shocking Reason 36 States Just Filed a Major Lawsuit Against Google

Over the past few decades, Google has become a major part of public life. "Just Google it" is a phrase you hear regularly, and depending on your electronics, Google might be responsible for your phone, t...

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Marijuana continues to be legalized in many states, whether for just medical use or for all use. This means that businesses are being created that are...

Tax Code Section 280E of the federal tax code, which was passed in 1980, says that a business is unable to use deductio...

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Gov. DeSantis Losing Fight Against Social Media Giants?

Over the course of the 2020 presidential as well as other federal elections, various social media companies used their power to ban politicians who they deemed were spreading false information or inciting violence agai...

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Why Voting Laws are Becoming Difficult to Fight Against

It's safe to say that 2020 felt more like a decade of events rather than a single year. This is because everything from highlighting police brutality to how the nation handles a health crisis was pushed to the forefron...

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The Supreme Court Deals Another Blow to Class Action Rights

A recent Supreme Court decision significantly limited the rights of some people to file a class action lawsuit. What was rare about the decision was that Clarence Thomas joined the Court's three liberals in dissent....

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Chicago Parking Meters Hit with an Antitrust Lawsuit

The proposed bipartisan compromise on the infrastructure bill has focused some spotlight on the public-private partnerships (PPP) that are a major part of the bill. Critics have argued that these harm the average person, w...

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Derek Chauvin Given 22 Years: Is This the End?

2020 was one of the most memorable years to date, and not just because of the pandemic and presidential election. That is because, towards the latter part of the year, the death of George Floyd occurred on the streets of Minne...

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President Biden Signs Juneteenth Federal Holiday Into Law

On June 17th, 2021, President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day federal holiday into law, ending years of struggle to make it official. Although the day was alread...

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Red Lobster Sued by California Consumers Over Allegedly False Sustainability Claims

Sustainability is a major focus for companies as they seek to build ties with customers that value sound environmental stewardship. Companies are advertising that their products are responsib...

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The two hottest Supreme Court decisions this term

The United States Supreme Court issued two rulings last week that captured the attention of the nation and nominated headlines. While both rulings were expected somewhat, at least one of them surprised Court observers in its ...

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Surprising Lawsuit Causes Major Setbacks for Lithium Mining Company

In modern times, mining is an essential but highly controversial industry. Though mining allows people to access all sorts of valuable items, it also causes widespread environmental damage. A recent lawsuit...

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New Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Food Delivery Fees

Food delivery apps have been highly controversial. Many customers swear by them because they increase convenience, even though they end up paying high fees. However, some merchants go out of their way to keep these co...

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Reform Needed?: Why The Parole System is Broken

Throughout the past year, protestors and politicians alike have been calling for police reform across the nation. Although legislation is certainly in the works to achieve that, there are other areas of the law that have also ...

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This New Florida Law Might Destroy the State's Tourism Industry

Controversial Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has been making media headlines for his fight against COVID restrictions. However, the newest law produced by the state's Republican party is already causing problems...

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Stanford Law Student Who Posted Satirical Flier Fights for His Diploma

Stanford University is known for its prestigious law school. A recent controversy on campus has put one student's legal understanding to the test. Student's Satirical Flier Causes Uproar The whole debate...

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Legal and Quasi-legal Issues to Know Before Using Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies

With the significant surge in cryptocurrencies over the past few years, regulators and governments have been looking for ways to control their usage. As you know, cryptocurrencies were creat...

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Mistakes You Could Be Making as a U.S. Immigrant

In February, President Joe Biden issued a new Immigrations and Customs Enforcement rules aimed at narrowing the government’s immigration enforcement efforts to illegal immigrants who are a threat to national security and membe...

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Snapchat Expected To Face Legal Proceedings Over Fatal Accident

Snapchat has become one of the most popular social apps today among teenagers owing to its fun and engaging features. Nevertheless, since its debut, Snapchat has been facing a lot of disparagement and lawsuits f...

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Most people will never see the effects of civil asset forfeiture, but this has destroyed laws and not all affected people were involved in crimes. Sev...

Most people will never see the effects of civil asset forfeiture, but this has destroyed laws and not all affected people ...

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Texas-Based Companies Speak Out Against Texas Restrictive Voting Bills

Over the past couple of months, the new Georiga voting laws have been getting a lot of attention in the news and across social media. No matter what side you're on, there is no question that the new laws...

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The ongoing saga of marijuana legalization has continued to two more states legalizing the substance. There is a third, but the state government fight...

Changing States The two newest states to legalize weed are Virginia and New Mexico. This means that there is now a sout...

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Juvenile Life Sentences Upheld per Supreme Court Ruling

In a ruling that broke down along ideological lines, the United States Supreme Court declined to impose limits on sentences given to individuals who were convicted of crimes as a juvenile. The sentences - given to a Mis...

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Why Court Packing May Be a Very Real Possibility in 2021

Since the presidency of President Joe Biden began in January, people have speculated about promises he would keep and which he would waiver as the months went by. After all, with total control of both Congress and the...

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What Will Biden's Supreme Court Commission Do?

As he promised during his campaign, President Joe Biden has put together a so-called "blue-ribbon commission" to study the Supreme Court. The issue comes as America looks at fundamental changes to its three branches of governmen...

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How Covid-19 Is Transforming the Legal Industry

Most CEOs can agree that the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated business changes dramatically. Most businesses like online delivery and telemedicine have experienced radical changes worth decades in just a few months. Most senio...

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President Biden Plans Executive Orders to Strengthen Gun Laws

On April 8th, 2021, President Joe Biden spoke at the White House about his plan to begin implementing certain executive actions in order to curb gun violence across the United States. This comes after a month of ...

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What You Stand to Lose in A Lawsuit

Do you find yourself in a lawsuit? Are you wondering what can be taken from you if it does not go in your favor? There are several assets that you can lose, but on the bright side, there are a few ways of protecting yourself. Some of the ...

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Biden’s Immigration “Leniency” May Help the U.S. Maintain Its Global Economic Status

As the Biden administration struggles to find a long-term solution to the U.S.-Mexico border crisis, it seems that the President’s clemency may actually be a good thing. A study that was re...

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How Has The Covid-19 Pandemic Affect the Legal Establishment

Disasters, pandemics, or major economic downturns do not affect the legal department in any significant way. Law has always dealt with crises in designed caution, resistance to any change, and expecting everything ...

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Landlords Join Class-Action Lawsuit as the CDC Enacts Another Eviction Ban

Landlords Join Class-Action Lawsuit as the CDC Enacts Another Eviction Ban The financial fallout from the pandemic could last many more months. That is time that America’s landlords cannot wait. Th...

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How Covid-19 Has Affected Business Law in 2021

The covid-19 pandemic is still presenting challenges in our daily lives. Important issues in business and corporate law are also feeling the effect of the global pandemic in 2021. The pandemic has effectively disrupted business ...

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Many people have heard the arguments that are raging over citizenship for people who are born to parents who are here illegally or on visas. The histo...

Many people have heard the arguments that are raging over citizenship for people who are born to parents who are here ille...

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One of the most difficult legal aspects for people to deal with after there is a clear case of police brutality is that law enforcement rarely feels a...

One of the most difficult legal aspects for people to deal with after there is a clear case of police brutality is that la...

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Georgia's New Voting Rules Guarantee Legal Challenges

Last week, Georgia passed SB202, a bill that would dramatically limit and curtail the ability of Georgia residents to vote. Georgia Republicans - who control the legislative and executive branches of the state - argue tha...

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Law on Call? Why This May be the Next Evolution of Legal Aide

One of the most common complaints amongst the public is that it can be quite difficult to obtain the services of both a good and affordable attorney. This has led to debates on how the justice system unfairly fav...

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How Georgia Hate Crime Laws are Being Put to the Test

Over the past couple of months, Asian Americans across the United States have seen an increase in violence towards them. These disturbing crimes have been theorized to stem from the anti-Asian rhetoric driven by former P...

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What are the Common Mistakes Most Personal Injury Clients Make?

When it comes to injury settlements, every case is different. If you’ve been involved in an accident, you’re probably wondering what to expect in a personal injury case. Most of these cases are settled outs...

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Does the United States Need a Domestic Terrorism Law?

The attacks on the U.S Capital on January 6t brought back talks of possibly writing and implementing a domestic terrorism law into the books. This would allow federal law enforcement to seek and bring to justice those wh...

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Does "Gorilla Glue Girl" Have a Case in Court? Legal Experts Weigh In

Thanks to the internet, people quickly hear about all sorts of personal disasters. Every now and then, a person's struggle is just so bizarre that it ends up going viral. Gorilla Glue Girl is one such case...

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Attorney Generals of 23 States Challenge Federal Student Loan Debt

Returning to class action lawsuits against the United States Department of Education, Betsy DeVos, student loan processors, and colleges and universities, a multistate coalition of Attorney Generals calls for...

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Student Sues UT-Austin, Citing Inferiority of Online Education

A student at the University of Texas at Austin has joined a growing list of others filing class-action lawsuits against colleges and universities around the country in the wake of the pandemic. On February 26, A...

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Justice Amy Coney Barrett Finds No Merit In Sierra Club’s Claims

Justice Amy Coney Barrett issued her first majority opinion since her elevation to the Supreme Court in October. Writing for a 7-2 majority, Justice Barrett held that the Sierra Club could not access the U.S...

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Future Criminal Cases May Be Heavily Affected by This Change to Riot Law

One of the biggest questions in law is what constitutes a crime. Does a person break the law the second they start planning a violent act or do they only break the law when they actually commit the act?...

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Federal Anti-Trafficking Laws

Human trafficking is also known as Trafficking in Persons (TIP). It is the neomodern form of slavery, and it's a crime under international law. Human trafficking involves a trafficker using fraud, force, or coercion to make someone else, a victi...

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Former President Trump's Legal Issues Far From over

Even though the Trump administration is over and he has escaped impeachment conviction twice, one would think that all his troubles are over. However, it seems that the former president's legal troubles are just beginning....

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Trump's Taxes Are In The Hands Of Prosecutors...So What?

In July 2020, the United States Supreme Court gave former President Donald Trump a devastating legal blow. In a 7-2 ruling, they refused to reverse a low court's decision to allow New York State prosecutors the ability...

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Facebook Lawsuit Reveals The Company May Have Purposefully Mislead Customers

Over the years, Facebook has faced a lot of accusations of bad business behaviors. Some of these claims have even led to the social media giant being sued. In one of the latest lawsuits against Face...

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Santander Consumer Credit USA Finally Has to Pay for Consumer Fraud!

Santander Consumer Credit USA Finally Has to Pay for Consumer Fraud! Santander Consumer USA, Inc. agreed to pay $550 million to customers in 34 states, including Connecticut, California, Florida, Maryland, ...

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You Can’t Bribe Your Way Past COVID Entry Rules In Hawaii

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Hawaii retained some of the strictest requirements of entry of any state. Currently, travelers to Hawaii must possess a negative COVID test within 72 hours of arrival. ...

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Did Toxic Baby Food Cause Your Child’s Autism or Asperger's Syndrome?

Did Toxic Baby Food Cause Your Child’s Autism or Asperger's Syndrome? At least three class action lawsuits and mass tort litigation is being filed against seven baby food manufacturers who marketed bab...

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Unfair Competition Cost Keurig, Godiva, and Blue Rhino Multimillions

Price fixing on a propane tank, price gouging by competitors, price fixing with a competitor, or not refunding sales tax when a customer legitimately returns an unsatisfactory product are unfair business pr...

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Have You Protected Your Assets in Your Second Marriage?

If you’ve just decided to get married again, you need to take the right measures to protect your assets in your second marriage. As you may already know, failing to do so can keep the intended family members from acce...

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Financial Relief for Cancer Patients Who Used Zantac or Ranitidine

If you or your loved one developed cancer symptoms after prolonged use of Zantac or ranitidine, you may be able claim personal injury compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain, and suffering. If your l...

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Justice Department Drops Yale Discrimination Suit

We’ve come a long way in fighting racial discrimination. The United States has made a lot of progress on eliminating the injustice although a lot of work needs to be done to fully quell racism and racial discrimination in ...

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The Law on Doctor-Assisted Suicide

Assisted suicide is a hot topic among many. The significant debate being if it's a legal or an ethical issue. Murder is a crime. Ether you did it voluntarily or involuntarily. Physician-assisted murder, also known as euthanasia, has caused ...

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What Will Come From Biden's Supreme Court Commission?

The makeup of the United States Supreme Court - and the politics surrounding it - were irrevocably altered by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in September 2020. As expected, the Justice's death kicked off more po...

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Lawsuit Filed Against Robinhood, Alleging Market Manipulation

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few days, you probably saw the news: A group of Reddit users and retail investors essentially broke the stock market, driving the price of certain stocks throu...

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Robinhood Puts a Hold on GameStop’s Trades, So Investors Filed Two Lawsuits

It is the philosophy of Robinhood to make the tools of trading on Wall Street indispensable for the average investor. For so long, elite Wall Street executives accumulated massive amounts of wealth...

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Angry Students Sue University to Get Their Tuition Funds Back

COVID-19 has caused all sorts of changes, and one area where this is particularly evident is education. The majority of schools have switched to online education, and this is causing all sorts of frustrations for ...

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Google Is Getting Set to Be Sued Once Again By States for Alleged Antitrust Violations

It seems these days as if Big Tech is hurtling from one lawsuit to the next as shareholders have begun to worry about their continued survival in light of the mounting legal worries. State...

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Legal Scholars Point Out Avenues to Convict Trump

After his historic second impeachment by the United States House of Representatives, there has been much legal argument over the ability of Congress to convict Donald Trump now that he is out of office. Recent findings by leg...

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Claim Multimillions for Defective GM, KIA, Hyundai, BMW, and Ford Parts

Claim Multimillions for Defective GM, KIA, Hyundai, BMW, and Ford Parts General Motors, Ford, Kia, BMW, and Hyundai settlements are open for new claims of defective engines and parts until April or Jun...

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Amazon Fighting Antitrust and Class-Action Lawsuits for E-Book Price Fixing

Amazon Fighting Antitrust and Class-Action Lawsuits for E-Book Price Fixing The world’s largest e-book retailer, Amazon.com, has been slapped with a class-action lawsuit on Thursday, January 14,...

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Amazon Sued Over Alleged Anticompetitive Practices in Selling E-Books

The talk of legal problems for Big Tech is just beginning as state governments file antitrust lawsuits seeking to break up giants like Facebook and Google. While government is one front in these companies'...

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The U.S. Attorney’s office is working with the F.B.I.; U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives; United States Marshals Service; U....

Cleveland Meredith Cleveland Meredity reportedly made threats against Speaker Nancy Pelosi using his cell phone, so po...

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Supreme Court to Rule on Student-athlete Compensation by June 2020

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case to see if college athletes could have limits placed on non-cash payments made to students who compete in the Big Ten, Southeastern, Atlantic Coast, Big 12 an...

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Lawsuits Recover Consumers' Money Spent on Defective Kitchen Appliances

Stay-at-home orders due to the coronavirus pandemic increased sales of kitchen appliances by 70 percent from March 15 to April 11, 2020. Sales of air purifiers increased 144 percent and the demand for el...

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Are King's Hawaiian Rolls Authentically Hawaiian? Not According to this Lawsuit

Class action lawsuits about food always make for an entertaining read. However, for the companies that are defendants in these lawsuits, they are no laughing matter. Already i 2020, we have seen ...

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Robinhood Is Sued for $65 Million for Allegedly Failing to Look Out for Customers

Robinhood has been one of the biggest winners of the pandemic as hordes of investors have flocked to the app for the free stock trading. The company's valuation has skyrocketed as it has picked...

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Don’t Get Scammed Says the FTC

Don’t Get Scammed Says the FTC The Federal Trade Commission is starting a new program to try to keep consumers safe from scammers. Gift cards are the favorite method of scammers who convince consumers that they are in trouble with the Inter...

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Trust Funds Compensate 2015 to 2018 California and Oregon Fire Victims

Trust Funds Compensate 2015 to 2018 California and Oregon Fire Victims Complex public safety litigation resulted in manslaughter charges against Pacific Gas and Electric and a multibillion dollar trust f...

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The Lawsuits Keep Coming for GM’s Defective SUVs IOR-7 Infotainment Systems

The nationally renowned law firm, Finkelstein & Krinsk LLP in San Diego, has filed another class-action lawsuit in California for claimants against General Motors LLC. The IOR-7 audio entertainm...

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Is Google Hiding the Truth from You?

Is Google Hiding the Truth from You? On December 17, 2020, Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc was hit by its third lawsuit in two months. The cases attempt to prove that Google uses its influence to stop others from sharing their prod...

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District Court Judge Allows the UFC Antitrust Lawsuit to Proceed as a Class Action

Previously, we had written about a large antitrust lawsuit against the UFC brought by its fighters who claim that the group illegally depressed fighters' wages. Now, the fighters have scored a...

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GM Pushed to the Edge with New Lawsuit: SUVs Loses Quarts of Oil Monthly

GM Pushed to the Edge with New Lawsuit: SUVs Loses Quarts of Oil Monthly GM just welcomed another class-action lawsuit on their desk. The GM vehicles with the V8 Vortec engines have excessive oil con...

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The UFC Suppressed Fighters' Wages Faces a Class-Action Antitrust Lawsuit

The Ultimate Fighting Championship has faced a new challenge. The federal judge from the U.S. District Court of Nevada, Judge Richard J. Boulware, has granted class-action certification for the Cung ...

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Multiple Class Action Lawsuits Tackle Defaulted Student Loan Debt

Multiple Class Action Lawsuits Tackle Defaulted Student Loan Debt Student loan debt problems preceded Betsy DeVos, but student loan debt leaves students and graduates powerless to control vast sums of money t...

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Have You Ever Owned a Chevy Volt? You May Be Entitled to Compensation

When the Chevy Volt first came out, it was seen as a miracle of modern engineering. With its extensive range, fully electric operation, and relatively good safety ratings, it seemed as though there were v...

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Did You Claim Unemployment in Nevada? You Could Be Entitled to Compensation

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States saw record unemployment rates. With most states besides South Dakota still seeing unemployment rates higher than they'd seen since the last recession,...

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Lawsuits Make Lenders Pay for Inaccuracies in Your Credit Reports

Lawsuits Make Lenders Pay for Inaccuracies in Your Credit Reports With lenders using a composite FICO score to decide whether to extend credit, finance a car, or offer a credit limit increa...

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Class Action Lawsuits Help Protestors Win Justice and Equality

Class Action Lawsuits Help Protestors Win Justice and Equality Protestors striving to reduce unjust and unequal treatment by municipal, city, and county police were greeted by the National Guard. Protestors were ...

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Tesla Allegedly Produced Model X and Model S Cars with Suspension Defects

Tesla Allegedly Produced Model X and Model S Cars with Suspension Defects Elon Musk has now surpassed Bill Gates as the second-richest man in America. T...

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2020 Class Action Opioid Painkiller Litigation Always Settles Reviewing opioid painkiller litigation, the plaintiffs and defendants vary. The crime or tort is always individuals working together to appear to legit...

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If You Live In Illinois and Have Used Facebook, Free Money Is Waiting

Awhile ago, a group of Facebook users filed a class-action suit against the company. An Illinois judge granted the group class-action status after enough plaintiffs joined the suit. Fortunately, almost ev...

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Have You Been an AirBnB Host? This Class-Action Suit Could Be a Windfall!

If you've hosted for AirBnB, you know how tenuous the process can be. You need to keep track of who is coming and going, screen potential guests, prepare housing for them, ensure payment comes in, and...

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Appeals Court Upholds Ruling that Allows for Affirmative Action at Harvard

The nation's universities have been under legal attack for their admissions practices for decades. Much of the legal controversy stems from their use of race as a factor in their admissions decisions....

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Have You Ever Overpaid for Jail Calls? You May Be Entitled to Compensation

If you live in the United States and have ever had a loved one in jail, you know firsthand how stressful the experience can be. First, you need to get through to jail staff, which can take quite some...

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The People's Republic of China Reimburses U.S. Businesses

The People's Republic of China Reimburses U.S. Businesses California businesses filed against the People's Republic of China and the People's Government of the Hubei Province for trillions of dollars lost due to the ...

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Get a Letter Asking You to Pay Back Unemployment? Read This Now

If you were among the millions of Americans put out of work due to COVID-19 this year, you probably did what many others did: file for unemployment. Of course, for those employed in "regular jobs" who receive W...

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Airbnb Possibly Ripped Off Hosts and Guests with the Covid-19 Relief Funds

Airbnb Possibly Ripped Off Hosts and Guests with the Covid-19 Relief Funds Despite all the chaos in 2020, this year has been perfect for introductory IPOs in the stock market. Airbnb wants to raise...

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Airbnb Owners Sue Company Over March Refunds for Owners

A recently filed class action lawsuit demonstrates the difficulties that travel companies have faced during the pandemic. In a way, they are caught between a rock and a hard place. There have been many lawsuits filed ag...

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Grubhub Sued for Forcing "Partnerships" on Restaurants

Grubhub has been one of the businesses that have benefited from the COVID-19 lockdowns as people have ordered food in their homes. However, their business practices have come under attack from restaurants that claim that...

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Redfin Sued for "Digital Redlining" Over its Minimum Sales Price

The online discount real estate broker Redfin has been sued in federal court by a number of housing nonprofit organizations claiming that its business practices amount to illegal discrimination. Specifically, R...

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Fired Uber Driver Sues for Racial Discrimination Over the Company's Star Rating System

Uber's drivers have filed yet another lawsuit against the company that will both test whether Uber's system discriminates against minority drivers and whether civil rights protections appl...

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