Lockyer Rental car firms in California can expect a financial whack if they try to snoop electronically on where their vehicles are being driven.
SACRAMENTO, Calif.--California Attorney General Bill Lockyer recently left yet another state legal-action headache for his successor, Jerry Brown, to remedy.
Cook County Courthouse Pamela Kavis filed a six-count complaint against Merck & Co., Inc., on Oct. 13 in Cook County Circuit Court, alleging that the company's drug Vioxx was responsible for the death of her husband, John Kavis. The suit also alleges negligence against the deceased's physician for prescribing the medication.
Washington Supreme Court Washington borrowers applying to have their loans rescinded under the federal Truth in Lending Act (TLA) won't be allowed to if proceeds were primarily used for business purposes.
SALEM, Ore. -- Insurance companies now appear to have more leeway in workers' compensation cases in cases where companies change hands, according to a recent Oregon Supreme Court decision.
West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw CHARLESTON, WV--Attorney General Darrell McGraw wants the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals to declare that police can secretly tape citizens in their homes.
West Virginia Court of Appeals CHARLESTON, WV--Where a partnership owns property the partners themselves own nothing, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has declared.
BROOKLYN, NY--West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw's lawsuit against drug maker Eli Lilly and Company has landed in federal court at Brooklyn.
Justice Carol Hunstein seated at left ATLANTA--A lot of mud was slung and a lot of money was spent to unseat Georgia's presiding chief justice. But in the end Justice Carol Hunstein remains firmly ensconced in the Georgia Supreme Court.
West Virginia Court of Appeals CHARLESTON, WV--Justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals have laid down a simple rule for judges choosing jurors: When in doubt, throw them out.
SALEM--A mechanic's asbestos-related lawsuit against three automotive suppliers was allowed to proceed after the Oregon Supreme Court recently affirmed (SC S52801) a lower court decision.
SAN FRANCISCO--Rent-A-Center (RAC) will pay more than $7 million in restitution to thousands of California customers to settle a lawsuit brought by Attorney General Bill Lockyer. The company also agreed to reform its business practices.
SEATTLE -- Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna announced a settlement in a long-running dispute with New York-based High Falls Media and Roc Telecommunications.