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Fitbit Reaches Sleep-Tracking Class Action Settlement

Fitbit reached a settlement deal resolving a class action lawsuit that claims the fitness device’s sleep-tracking capability is defective. Fitbit will provide affected customers with a $5 voucher that will not expire and can be ...

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AstraZeneca to pay $110 Million in Texas Whistleblower Lawsuits for Fraudulently Marketing Seroquel, Crestor

AstraZeneca has agreed to pay $110 million to settle two whistleblower lawsuits brought by the State of Texas that the company targeted the Texas Medicaid system with a fraudulent marketing scheme for its expensive and powerful ...

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Piers Morgan tears into ‘vicious, selfish’ Angelina Jolie over Brad Pitt custody battle

Piers Morgan has lashed out at Angelina Jolie, accusing her of being 'savage, selfish, whining and needy' over her divorce from Brad Pitt. Angelina accused her ex of paying 'no meaningful child support' for their ...

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Florida jury awards $4.6M in daughter’s civil sexual assault case

Businessman Scott “Spiderman” Mulholland Sr., sexually abused his own daughter from age 8 to 24.

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Kellyanne Conway Can’t Name One Senior Black Adviser

Speaking in an interview with ABC’s This Week on Sunday, the gaffe-prone counselor also suggested Trump couldn’t be racist because she had never heard him use a racial slur during her time working with him. Read ...

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Man in deadly ‘stand your ground’ shooting charged with manslaughter

McGlockton is seen on surveillance footage in Florida pushing Drejka to the ground. Drejka, who had a concealed weapons permit, then pulls out a firearm and fires a shot into McGlockton’s chest. Prosecutors believe that ...

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Trump files arbitration action against Omarosa

The action comes amid a book by Manigault Newman that portrays Trump as bigoted and racist and questions his mental capacity. Read the source article at Grand Forks Herald

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Fox News Host: Trump Has Been ‘Outsmarted’ By Omarosa

A host on Donald Trump’s favorite morning cable news show said that the president was “outsmarted” by former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman, whose her tell-all book discusses her turbulent time in the White ...

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White House scrambles to prevent Omarosa from releasing more tapes: report

The White House is looking into legal options against former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman after she secretly recorded chief of staff John Kelly in the Situation Room. Trump on Saturday called Manigault Newman a “lowlife” ...

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Indiana man accused of killing and eating ex-girlfriend found fit to stand trial

Oberhansley is charged with stabbing her to death before cooking and eating several of her organs. He previously served 12 years for killing another girlfriend, who was the mother of his child, and shooting his own ...

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Omarosa: Melania Can’t Wait to Divorce President

First lady Melania Trump is eager for her husband, President Donald Trump, to leave office so she can divorce him, and until then, many of her fashion choices are intended to “punish” the president, said former ...

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Ann Coulter Says Trump Should Try ‘Hiring Smart People’

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter has some leadership advice for President Donald Trump in the wake of his latest scandal, regarding former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman's release of secretly recorded White House conversations: "How about hiring smart people?" ...

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Ex-BigLaw Partner Disbarred for $7.8 Million in Fake Bills

Keila Ravelo, a law firm partner, represented convicted cocaine dealer Melvin Feliz in a civil suit in the 1990s. She later married him. They started two litigation support companies, and Ravelo approved "many, if not ...

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Formaldehyde in Construction Materials Spurs Products Liability Litigation

Among the growing list of toxins and contaminants that can form the basis of a products liability claim, formaldehyde has shown signs of potential for litigation in recent years. Formaldehyde, a known carcinogen, can be ...

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Lumileds Wins Jury Verdict for Trade Secret Theft for Super Bright Lights

A California jury returned a verdict in favor of one the world’s leading LED companies, Lumileds LLC, finding that a Chinese competitor stole trade secrets related to Lumileds core technology for making high power LEDs ...

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Nike Sued for Gender Discrimination After Self Correcting

A recent class action lawsuit filed against Nike alleges the company has discriminated against its employees by failing to pay, promote, and treat women equally. The plaintiffs are alleging that Nike demeaned and devalued women ...

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Why One of the Biggest Mall Owners Is Doubling Down on Malls

While mall owners have faced record store closures and bankruptcy filings as more Americans shop online, Taubman Centers Inc. has doubled down. It is reinvesting in design, technology, big-data tools and new store mixes for ...

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Rapper Juelz Santana facing 10 years in prison after admitting to gun charge

New Jersey rapper Juelz Santana pleaded guilty Thursday to federal weapons charges, admitting he brought a loaded handgun to Newark Liberty International Airport, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Jersey. The 36-year-old rapper from Totowa, whose legal ...

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What To Do During Your Business Development Time

It's true that more clients find attorneys online than from referrals, so tuning up your online presence to meet the expectations of potential clients will generate more business. Of course, in-person marketing is always effective, but ...

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The Worst People In “Making A Murderer,” Ranked In Order Of Their Loathsomeness

The 10-part documentary takes a hard look at the case of Steven Avery, who was convicted, exonerated and convicted thanks to the local Sheriff’s Department. Pretty much everyone involved in the case against Avery was a completely loathsome garbage ...

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Epileptic EEmployee Who Couldn’t Travel to Job Site Was Not “Qualified” Under the ADA

The court had no mercy on an epileptic man who couldn't drive, despite the fact that his job description made no reference to onsite attendance -- and despite the fact that he worked from home for ...

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US Airman Michael Giles’ 25 Year Sentence Is Proof That Stand Your Ground Does Not Apply To Black People

Another white man has invoked the “stand your ground” or “shoot first” law, this time in Clearwater, Florida, to justify the fatal shooting of a Black man and claim self-defense. The killing is yet another ...

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United Cannabis Corporation files first-ever cannabis patent infringement complaint

The plaintiff may focus on claims related to CBD (health and wellness benefits), rather than claims for THC (the psychoactive element that produces a delightful high). The complaint devotes several paragraphs to the FDA’s recent approval ...

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C.R. Bard Hernia Mesh Lawsuits May Be Centralized

The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) recently heard arguments regarding the consolidation of the growing number of hernia mesh lawsuits filed against C.R. Bard and its Davol subsidiary. Read the ...

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Billion-Dollar Energy Deals Fuel More Work for Firms

Three big law firms with energy practices— Vinson & Elkins , Gibson Dunn & Crutcher and Davis Polk & Wardwell —have landed roles on private equity firm First Reserve’s pending $1.225 billion sale of its ...

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