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Record Verdict in Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Case Reversed

October 30, 2017

Judges in Two Separate Cases Rule in Favor of Johnson & Johnson Large financial judgments awarded to plaintiffs, against Johnson & Johnson, were overturned in two separate cases. The plaintiffs believed that the company’s Shower to Shower powder and Baby Powder products caused them ovarian cancer. In one case, a California woman, Eva Echeverria, was […]


Talk-Radio Host Sued for Discussing Employee’s Personal Information On Air

October 16, 2017

Talk-Radio Fixture, Frank O. Pinion, Sued For Discussing Employee’s Personal Information On The Air St. Louis local talk-radio host, Frank O.Pinion, recently went a little too far on the air. A man, going by John Doe, filed a lawsuit again Pinion, whose real name is John Craddock. The lawsuit alleges that Craddock broadcasted live on […]


7 Famous Criminal Law Cases in U.S. History

October 12, 2017

What is Criminal Law? Criminal law is the body of law that relates to crime and includes conduct perceived as harmful, threatening, or otherwise endangering to the healthy, safety, property, and welfare of people. Criminal law includes the punishment of people who violate laws of criminal statues. Over the years, there have been many criminal […]


Royal Caribbean Sued For Travel During Hurricane Harvey

October 6, 2017

Royal Caribbean Sued By Passengers Who Traveled During Hurricane Harvey Royal Caribbean allegedly pressured passengers booked on a cruise, to travel into Houston, even though Hurricane Harvey was about to strike the area. Passengers claimed they were told to travel to Houston, or risk losing the ability to get a refund on their tickets. The […]


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 […]