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  2. At least that’s the hope of plaintiffs attorneys who just hit the ride-hailing giant en masse, asking a San Francisco federal judge to compel Uber to answer to thousands of arbitration ...

  3. Census respondents to state their citizenship status. Attorneys with the U.S. ...requirements for changes to the census, and that even if he did not, the federal court is not in a position to ...

  4. Lawyers rushed to bring about a dozen class actions over Marriott’s data breach—and with about 500 million people potentially impacted, they didn’t have to go far to find a plaintiff. “There ...

  5. At least that’s the hope of plaintiffs attorneys who just hit the ride-hailing giant en masse, asking a San Francisco federal judge to compel Uber to answer to thousands of arbitration ...

  6. James Sean Shields and his girlfriend Brenda Reichel are both listed as plaintiffs on the lawsuit. In addition to the state, Vern Miyagi, former head of Hawaii Emergency Management Agency ...

  7. EWTN Wins Lawsuit Over HHS Contraception Mandate

    PR Newswire via Yahoo FinanceNov 30 16:00 PM

    IRONDALE, Ala., Nov. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Following a legal battle that has lasted nearly seven years, EWTN Global Catholic Network has prevailed in its lawsuit against the U.S. government ...

  8. The plaintiffs asserted product liability and other claims in what is known as a “mass action.” In a mass action, each plaintiff sues on behalf of himself or herself. A mass action is ...

  9. In mid-November, Athens, Georgia-based Blasingame, Burch, ....S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia to allow for a 5 percent set aside of all awards.

  10. The Washington-area husband-and-wife team seems to be everywhere these days, noted (and sometimes reviled) for their work on behalf of the unloved and accused. Their Alexandria, Virginia, defamation ...

  11. Japan firm warned of legal step over Korean forced laborers

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceDec 04 14:29 PM

    South Korea's top court in October ordered Nippon Steel to pay 100 million won ($87,680) each to four plaintiffs forced to work at the company during Japan's colonial rule of the Korean ...