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National American University Accused of Stealing Millions from Federal Student Aid Program

Brian Gravely, a former official of National American University, recently accused the for-profit school of essentially stealing millions of dollars from the federal student...

Young Prisoner Files Federal Lawsuit After Prison Rape and HIV Diagnosis

A young inmate of East Baton Rouge Parish prison filed a federal lawsuit alleging that he was raped when placed in confinement at the...

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...

AZ Attorney General on Kelly/Warner Law Firm: “It appears the State Bar is taking...

UCLA Law Professor Eugene Volokh published an article yesterday covering the Arizona State Bar's disciplinary complaint against both Attorney Aaron Kelly and Attorney Daniel Warner, whom are...

U.S. Supreme Court Halts Execution of Cop Killer

The U.S. Supreme Court halted the execution of a cop killer in Alabama. Vernon Madison, now 67 years old, has spent the last 30...

Federal Lawsuit: Walmart Discriminates Against African-Americans by Locking Up Hair Products

Late last week, Walmart was named as a defendant in a federal lawsuit. The plaintiffs, represented by Gloria Allred, allege that Walmart is violating...

A to Z Marketing, Inc., Scammed Consumers by Offering Fake Mortgage Relief

A to Z Marketing, Inc., was accused of scamming consumers by offering fake mortgage relief. The federal lawsuit, filed by the FTC, began in...

Federal Court Blocks CellMark Biopharma, LLC From Making Deceptive Claims on Health Products

A federal lawsuit filed by the FTC against CellMark Biopharma, LLC resulted in the company being permanently blocked from making deceptive claims related to...

Maury County Board of Education Named Co-Defendant in Lawsuit Over Kidnapping of Teen by...

As a nation, we waited for 39 days to find out what happened to teacher Tad Cummins after he kidnapped his student, 15-year-old Elizabeth...

Kellogg’s Named in Lawsuit Alleging Religious Discrimination

Kellogg Company, founded by Will Keith Kellogg who was a practicing member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, was named as a plaintiff in a...

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Gov. Wolf Vetoes Bill Requiring Work or Community Engagement as Condition...

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf vetoed a legislation that requires work or community engagement as a condition for certain individuals to qualify for Medical Assistance...