Lawsuit
A lawsuit or (very rarely) "suit in law" is a civil action brought in a court of law in which a plaintiff, a party who claims to have incurred loss as a result of a defendant's actions, demands a lega...
John Stossel - Recycling Stupidity
Stossel examines the wisdom of recycling programs and the sustainability movement. http://www.LibertyPen.com
The Left's War on Science
Many in the media say there’s a conservative war on science. Is this true? No, says John Tierney, Contributing Editor at the Manhattan Institute’s City Journal. Tierney says “the real war on science...
The Paris Climate Fraud
President Trump is right to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement! The deal isn’t worth the paper it is written on. Subscribe to my YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/johnstossel Like me on Face...
Global Warming Theory DESTROYED By 20/20's John Stossel
ABC nightline's John Stossel destroys the global warming scam which is now known to be little more than a bunch of lies thanks to the emails that were exposed from the University of East Anglia's Clim...
Unintended consequences - Unintended Consequences -- Stossel In The Classroom
Everyday, people are killed and injured. When bad things happen, it's natural to say, There should be a law! But what are the unintended consequences of ma...
John Stossel - Why Trump Beats Hillary on Taxes
Grover Norquist (Americans for Tax Reform) makes the case that Donald Trump is clearly more taxpayer-friendly than Hillary Clinton. http://www.LibertyPen.com
Scottish-Born Artist Peter Doig Prevails In US Painting Authenticity Court Case
A U.S. judge said Tuesday that a celebrated artist was right when he insisted he didn't paint a work now owned by a retired prison worker, a finding that likely ensures the piece will now be worth a f...
Erin Andrews: ESPN Forced Me To Go On TV And Talk About My Stalker
Fox broadcaster Erin Andrews took the stand today in the trial over her civil suit against the Nashville hotel where she was videotaped undressing through her hotel room peephole. In one of the most f...
New York's Metropolitan Museum Of Art Settles $25 Admissions Fee Lawsuit
The ticket price will be ‘suggested’ instead of ‘recommended’ and signs will advise visitors ‘amount you pay is up to you’ to accommodate all economic levels.
Guy records doctors talking trash during surgery, walks away with $500,000
A man in Virgina was awarded $500,000 from a lawsuit after he inadvertently recorded medical professionals talking about him while he was under anesthesia. The man, who remains unnamed, intended to re...
Heirs of Jewish art dealers sue Germany over art haul sold in Nazi era
The heirs call for the return of the so-called Welfenschatz, or Guelph Treasure - which they claim their ancestors sold under Nazi pressure
Apple is being sued for poaching top auto engineers to build a battery division
Apple has been poaching engineers with deep expertise in car systems, including from Tesla Inc.
Pleading
In law as practiced in countries that follow the English models, a pleading is a formal written statement of a party's claims or defenses to another party's claims in a civil action. The parties' plea...
Legal abuse
Legal abuse refers to abuses associated with both civil and criminal legal action. Abuse can originate from nearly any part of the legal system, including frivolous and vexatious litigants, abuses by...
Class action
A class action, class suit, or representative action is where a group (a class) sues another party. It is pleonastic to refer to a class action as a "class action suit". Collective lawsuits originated...
Detainer
Detainer (from detain, Latin detinere); in law, the act of keeping a person against his will, or the wrongful keeping of a person's goods, or other real or personal property. A writ of detainer was a ...
Unspecified claim
An unspecified claim is a tort claim "where the amount to be awarded is left to the Court to determine." Examples of unspecified claims are unspecified damages for personal injuries, such as from a m...
Originating application
An originating application is the first, provisional, or primary application in any legal process, such as a lawsuit, application for a real estate mortgage, patent, or bankruptcy petition.In Australi...
Lundell Settlement
The Lundell Settlement was the result of a class action taken against Dell Computers regarding design flaws on the company's Inspiron 5150 notebook computer. There were a number of design flaws in th...
SCO v. DaimlerChrysler
SCO Group v. DaimlerChrysler was a lawsuit filed in the United States, in the state of Michigan. In December 2003, SCO sent a number of letters to Unix licensees. In these letters, SCO demanded that t...
New York's Metropolitan Museum Of Art Settles $25 Admissions Fee Lawsuit
The ticket price will be ‘suggested’ instead of ‘recommended’ and signs will advise visitors ‘amount you pay is up to you’ to accommodate all economic levels.
Robertson v. National Basketball Association
Robertson v. National Basketball Association, 556 F.2d 682 (2d Cir. 1977), was an antitrust lawsuit filed by American basketball player Oscar Robertson against the National Basketball Association. Fil...
Berkshire Hathaway v. NeighborCity
NeighborCity is a residential real estate information and service company that rates real-estate agents in the United States, offering a way for buyers and sellers of homes to compare and evaluate age...
Dalkon Shield
The Dalkon Shield was a contraceptive intrauterine device (IUD) developed by the Dalkon Corporation and marketed by the A.H. Robins Company. The Dalkon Shield was found to cause severe injury to a di...
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