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North Miami Police Commander Files Federal Lawsuit

In 2016, a 27-year-old autistic man sat in the middle of the road with a toy truck. Police surrounded him with their guns drawn....

Federal Court Allows FTC to Continue Lawsuit Against AT&T Over Mobile Data

In 2014, the FTC filed a lawsuit against AT&T Mobility, LLC alleging that they misled consumers by reducing mobile data speeds by up to...

Hillbilly Hotties Bikini Baristas to Remain Open During Lawsuit

A chain of drive-thru coffee stands, collectively referred to as Hillbilly Hotties, is staffed by bikini-clad women sued the city of Everett, Washington in...

Heterosexual Woman Sues Former Employer for “Reverse Discrimination” and Loses

A heterosexual woman, Bonnie O’Daniel, filed a federal lawsuit against her former employer, Industrial Service Solution (ISS). O’Daniel alleged that she was fired because...

Plaintiff #15 Joins Baylor University Lawsuit

Baylor University is defending several federal lawsuits alleging that they did not properly handle reports of rape and sexual assault. Plaintiff 15, identified only...

Mexican National Settles Unlawful Detainment Lawsuit Against Spokane

Gabriel Gomez Maciel, a Mexican national, sued the City of Spokane when he was detained by Spokane Police after he was involved in a...

UPDATE: FTC Issued Final Order on Victory Media’s Promotion to Military Families

In October 2017, we brought you the lawsuit filed by the FTC against Victory Media, Inc. In their federal lawsuit, the FTC alleged that...

Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods Sued Over Refusal to Sell Guns to Those Under...

Recently, both Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods reviewed and rewrote their policies related to gun sales. Both retail giants no longer sell certain guns...

OTC Opioid Dependency ‘Treatment’ Company Prevented from Making Deceptive Claims

In the midst of an opioid crisis in the United States, the FTC filed a federal lawsuit against an OTC opioid dependency “treatment” company...

Aetna Agrees to Pay $17M to Settle Lawsuit over HIV Privacy Breach

Aetna agreed to pay $17 million to settle a class action lawsuit involving a privacy breach of thousands of its customers with HIV. In July...

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Is Cryptocurrency in Danger?

The manipulation of cryptocurrency for unlawful cyber acts may be the newfound goal of cybercriminals, according to reports from The Hill. An Overview of the...