CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Legal Newsline) – The Wyoming Supreme Court has reversed a district court's ruling in favor of University of Wyoming in a suit filed by a man who was cited for bringing a semi-automatic pistol onto the campus during the state's Republican convention.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - Collaboration between private attorneys and law enforcement in environmental litigation is perverting the justice system, said a witness at today's House Subcommittee on Environment hearing, and if a Democratically-controlled Congress chooses to normalize it today - someday conservative interests this body doesn't favor will use the same tactic.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (Legal Newsline) – A group of consumers filed a class action lawsuit against Apple and Samsung alleging that the cellphone manufacturers did not warn consumers of a risk of allegedly excessive radiofrequency radiation exposure in some of their devices.
NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – A federal appellate court has sent questions to the New York Court of Appeals in a lawsuit filed by more than one hundred former plantation workers and owners allegedly injured by the use of a pesticide across banana plantations in Central and South America for two decades.
BALTIMORE (Legal Newsline) – Pet sellers allege that Maryland's soon-to-be-enacted ban on the sales of dogs and cats in retail stores is unconstitutional and will cause pet sales to be conducted in unregulated marketplaces.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - The U.S. Chamber Litigation Center has filed an amicus brief in support of Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s fight against a proposed "negotiation class" of private attorneys representing cities and counties in the massive opioid multidistrict litigation.
TAMPA (Florida Record) – Navient Solutions scored another victory last week when a federal court in Florida dismissed a lawsuit against a Virginia-based provider of federally owned or guaranteed students loans, saying plaintiffs failed to make their case on any of their allegations.
JUNEAU, Alaska (Legal Newsline) – On Aug. 27, Alaska Attorney General Kevin G. Clarkson penned a letter to Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy on how a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling concerning union dues and fees will adversely impact all state employees.