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Family Sues New Jersey Six Flags

September 20, 2017

New Jersey Family Sues Six Flags Great Adventure In 2015, Rachel Alesiani rode El Diablo, a 7-story tall loop roller coaster at the park located in Jackson, New Jersey, The ride is a vertical thrill ride and swings back and forth like a pendulum. At the top of the ride, it stops at the peak […]


SLU Responds to Student Lawsuit with Lawsuit

September 13, 2017

St. Louis University Responds to Lawsuit From Surgical Resident With Their Own Lawsuit In Late August, a surgical resident filed a civil lawsuit against St. Louis University. The student, Mandy Rice, filed the claim against St. Louis University; Carl Freeman, the chief of the trauma service; Catherine Wittgen, the director of  the university’s surgery residency program. Rice […]


$32.4 Million Awarded in St. Louis Robocall Lawsuit

September 7, 2017

St. Louis Federal Judge Awards $32.4 Million in Robocall Lawsuit A St. Louis County couple, along with 3.2 million other people, were awarded $32.4 million by a St. Louis federal judge. In 2012, Ron and Dorit Golan received two calls that went to voicemail, even though they are on the Do Not Call registry. The […]


Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against New York Times

August 30, 2017

Judge Dismisses Defamation Lawsuit Former U.S. Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin, tried to bring a lawsuit against the New York Times, but a federal judge dismissed the case. Palin claimed the New York Times defamed her in an editorial linking her to a mass shooting in 2011. The editorial, written in June 2011, was about […]


Right-To-Work Law Suspended in Missouri

August 21, 2017

New Missouri Law Suspended Recently, a new law banning mandatory union fees, was suspended in Missouri. Over a thousand people rallied at the Capital in Jefferson City, hoping to block the law and demanding it be put to a public vote. Dozens of boxes that held signed over 300,000 petitions were delivered to the Secretary […]