SAN FRANCISCO (Legal Newsline)-A federal appeals court ruling this week has opened the door for thousands of female Wal-Mart employees to sue the retail giant in a single class action lawsuit for alleged gender discrimination.
Frank Jones ATLANTA, Ga. (Legal Newsline)-The trial attorney hired by Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue to represent the state in a lawsuit challenging the national health care law has had an expansive legal career.
James Kitchens JACKSON, Miss. (Legal Newsline)-The Mississippi Supreme Court has revived a lawsuit against Bayer AG, ruling the state can refile a claim the pharmaceutical giant defrauded its Medicaid program.
U.S. Supreme Court building WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)-The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday will hear the case of whether employees' text messages sent by an employer-owned device are considered private.
NEW ORLEANS, La. (Legal Newsline)- A federal judge in Louisiana may have set the standards for thousands of homes tainted with sulfur-emitting drywall imported from China.
Ronald Moon HONOLULU (Legal Newsline)- An updated environmental impact study is necessary before the controversial Turtle Bay resort expansion may continue, the Hawaii Supreme Court ruled late last week.
JACKSON, Miss. (Legal Newsline)-A jailed plaintiffs' attorney convicted of bilking a pharmaceutical company out of millions of dollars in bogus Fen-Phen medical claims is asking for his convictions to be tossed.
Charles Daniels (D) SANTA FE, N.M. (Legal Newsline)-Charles Daniels was sworn in Wednesday as New Mexico's new chief justice.
John Suthers (R) BOULDER, Colo. (Legal Newsline) - Colorado Attorney General John Suthers faces a Democratic challenger this year at least partly because of his decision to sue the federal government over its attempt to mandate health insurance for most Americans.
INDIANAPOLIS (Legal Newsline)-The Indiana Supreme Court this week will hear a contract dispute involving professional blackjack player Thomas Donovan.
Jerry Brown (D) SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Legal Newsline)-More than 200 workers of a Southern California drywall company will receive $200,000 collectively in back pay, under a settlement state Attorney General Jerry Brown announced Monday.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (Legal Newsline)-The Washington Supreme Court will hear the case of a medical marijuana card holder who was fired after her pre-employment drug test came back positive.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)- Microsoft Corp. was dealt another major legal defeat this week when a federal appeals court denied the computer software giant's request that a full panel of judges hear their arguments in a long running patent dispute.
Wallace Jefferson (R) AUSTIN, Texas (Legal Newsline)-The Texas Supreme Court last week answered the question of whether or not a person may refile a lawsuit once the statute of limitations has expired if the original complaint was filed in the wrong court.
Jerry Brown (D) SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Legal Newsline)-California Attorney General and 32 other attorneys general have reached an agreement with Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company Inc. that the company must disclose that their natural cigarette is "no safer or healthier" than other tobacco products.
Jerry Brown (D) SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Legal Newsline)-California Attorney General Jerry Brown filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Country Builders Inc. for allegedly violating the state's labor laws.
U.S. Supreme Court building WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)-The U. S. Supreme Court this week ended the long-running lawsuit between the co-founders of Cisco Systems Inc., Leonard Bosack and his ex-wife Sandra Lerner.
Nancy Rice DENVER (Legal Newsline)-The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday declared the state's landmark Amendment 54 unconstitutional because it violated free speech rights.
Maureen O'Connor (R) COLUMBUS, Ohio (Legal Newsline)-Ohio Justice Maureen O'Connor, a Republican, is running to become Ohio's first female chief justice.
ALBANY, N.Y. (Legal Newsline)-New York Supreme Court Justice Patrick McGrath has been admonished by the state Commission on Judicial Conduct for misrepresenting his jurisdiction and making improper pledges or promises during his campaign for Supreme Court justice.