STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Senate, ex-staffer settle suit
By Don Davis
A longtime Republican activist agreed Thursday to drop a lawsuit claiming gender discrimination against the Minnesota Senate.
Former Senate GOP spokesman Michael Brodkorb will get $30,000... Posted on 9/26/13 at 6:06 PM
THE NEW FORTY Unfortunately, it is very much the American way.
I ran across an old news article from 2012 about the concussion lawsuit that over 300 former football players brought against the NFL, the teams, and the helmet manufacturer Riddell in the Huffington ... Posted on 9/8/13 at 9:32 PM
Movie producers Bob and Harvey Weinstein have sued Time Warner Inc for at least $75 million over its decision to divide the screen adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's book "The Hobbit" into three parts, and refusing to pay them for the second and third films.
The lawsuit by victims of the Christmas crash three years ago west of Grand Forks when a semi-tractor trailer ran a red light and hit a van, killing two children and injuring another and their father, alleges the truck driver violated federal regulations by driving too many hours without rest and using a prescription painkiller that causes drowsiness.
The family of Andrew Burnett says he was wearing a body safety harness attached to a lanyard when he fell about 60 feet to his death last year while working at the South Central Grain and Energy facility in Buffalo Lake.
Noridian Healthcare Solutions is embroiled in legal action with a Florida firm over disputes involving the two firms’ efforts to establish an online health insurance marketplace for the state of Maryland.
A Chicago-area lawyer accused of selling phony tax breaks worth a combined $16 million to some American football players and others has been permanently barred from preparing taxes, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday.
Legislators’ verbal jabs against Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie over his launch of online voter registration turned into a court action Monday as two conservative groups and four Republican legislators filed suit.
Four female students filed a lawsuit against the University of Connecticut on Friday over the school's handling of sexual assault complaints, a week after filing a civil rights complaint with the U.S. Department of Education.
A U.S. federal judge on Friday tossed out a lawsuit seeking to block inspections of horses destined for slaughter, potentially clearing the way for the resumption of equine killing for human consumption.
A former Minnesota House member wants to stop construction of a new state Senate office building, claiming lawmakers and the governor broke a state constitutional requirement when approving the facility.
It looked like things were really starting to heat up for this little Southern California factory town when the maker of the Sriracha chili sauce known the world over decided to open a sprawling 650,000-square-foot factory within its borders.
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