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Two Wrongful Death Cases Against WWE Dismissed

In a recent announcement, Vanessa Bryant, United States District Judge, dismissed two wrongful cases against the WWE that were filed by Casandra Frazier and Michelle James, on behalf of Matt Osborn. Matt Osborne, known to millions of wrestling fans as... Continue Reading →

Why Prosecuting Corporations for Wrongful Deaths is Difficult in the United States

In the United Kingdom, the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act of 2007 enables corporations to be punished in the criminal courts for wrongful conduct leading to a person's death. Such a manslaughter conviction typically would require that the prosecutor... Continue Reading →

Steel Dynamics (STLD) Enters $4.6 Million Antitrust Lawsuit Settlement

Steel Dynamics, Inc. (STLD) reportedly entered into a direct purchaser class-action lawsuit agreement to settle at $4.6 million. The suit was originally filed in 2008 in Chicago federal court and alleged that Steel Dynamics participated in a conspiracy with other... Continue Reading →

Original Playstation 3 Buyers are Owed $55 From Sony

Playstation 3 (PS3) owners who bought their unit between November 1, 2006 and April 1, 2010 from an authorized US dealer could be owed as much as $55 due to the firmware used which didn't allow its OS to run... Continue Reading →

Marco Rubio & Nevada Rep. Joe Heck Help in Fatal Car Accident

What happens when there is a serious car accident and people are severely injured? Witnesses and people nearby jump into action and offer whatever help they can, even if it isn't much or much that can be done. This is... Continue Reading →

$50 Million Offered Up by Dreamworks to Settle Animation Wage-Theft Lawsuit

In a settlement agreement with plaintiffs in an ongoing class-action lawsuit, DreamWorks Animation has reached a settlement that is believed to be as much as $50 million. The settlement was in regards to alleged wage theft and unfair competition.

Most Important Law on the Internet Threatened in Personal Injury Case

What happens when a court orders Yelp to take down a review? One of the most talked about lawsuits in the country of course! It all started in 2012 when Ava Bird contacted San Francisco lawyer Dawn Hassell to explain... Continue Reading →

Looks Like Glock is Going to Trial in Personal Injury Case

In a recent personal injury case involving a police officer and the Glock gun manufacturer, the policeman is seeking $75,000 in damages after his firearm discharged unexpectedly - shooting the man in the foot. The Circumstances of the Glock Personal... Continue Reading →

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