The number of lawsuits against the manufacturers of Roundup weed killer, Monsanto and Bayer, has ballooned to 85,000 after the companies lost three cases that led to enormous settlement awards. Bayer purchased Monsanto in 2018 for $63-billion, and it
Terry Winston knew the credit-card bills were nonsense, but her difficulty proving it in court shows how America's two-tiered justice system -- one for those who can pay for a lawyer, the other for those who can't -- has spread to civil litigatio
The massage therapist who sued Kevin Spacey for sexual assault has died, according to court records.
Rather than go to court, Alex Jones has decided to settle with Pepe creator Matt Furie for appropriating the use of his cartoon frog in InfoWars merch.
In a detailed blog post on Medium.com tonight, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos reveals the National Enquirer is threatening to publish embarrassing photos of him (and his new girlfriend) unless his private investigators back off their probe of the tabloid.
Michael Sitrick built his career on helping the rich and powerful deflect damaging headlines. There was no spinning this.
The fallout could put Facebook out of business.
Finally, something to sink our teeth into regarding holding Monsanto liable for at least a portion of the harm it has caused.
The bitcoin hard fork went off without a hitch, creating bitcoin's new alter ego, bitcoin cash. Immediately following yesterday's fork, individuals who protected their private keys gained access to bitcoin cash. However, those who stored their co
Monday was a major day in the Supreme Court, and a day full of back to back victories for President Donald Trump and his supporters.
On January 30, 2017, President Trump issued an executive order entitled: "Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Costs."1 Known as the "One-In, Two-Out" rule, it calls for dramatically reducing the regulatory burden upon the US econom
Attorney Marc J. Victor on Arizona Midday with Destry Jetton. Marc talks about his law firm and why it is different than other law firms.
Last year, the EPA spilled massive amounts of gold mining waste into the Animas river near the Navajo Nation reservation, turning the entire river yellow. Now, the Navajo is suing the government for on-going damages to their health and the enviro