Arizona has already received $22.5 million from Eonsmoke, an electronic cigarette company that has since shut down, in a different lawsuit.
Management at the resort allegedly told Jacob Hood "those are not the type of people" after he hired the employee.
Some of the country's most well-known white nationalists were accused of organizing the violence the lawsuit said.
The plan is "even more rigged than its predecessor and an outlier among partisan gerrymanders nationwide," the lawsuit alleges.
The Mexican government sued a host of U.S. gun manufacturers, saying 70 percent of weapons trafficked into the country have come from the U.S.
Joshua Spriesterbach sued the state of Hawaii after officers and doctors mistook his identity and institutionalized him for nearly three years.
Prince Andrew's accuser would be involved in Ghislaine Maxwell's case if the F.B.I believed her evidence "could be stood up at trial," Maxwell's brother said.
Meghan Markle apologized for misleading a court in the same week as several high-profile public appearances—but U.S. media mentions were predominantly negative.
A woman took to Reddit to reveal her ex-husband is planning to sue their son's stepdad—and she thinks he is right to.
Here's what Friday's verdict means for Rittenhouse in terms of legal matters going forward.
Two dozen white nationalists and neo-Nazi groups are accused of conspiring to commit racially-motivated violence in 2017.
Meghan Markle's private messages would only have been revealed by her former aide with Prince William's permission, according to the Queen's former staffer.
A new lawsuit filed for the victims and family members of Champlain Towers South in Miami said, "the collapse was entirely preventable."
Michael Johnston, from Chicago, has been charged with unauthorized video recording and is due in court on Wednesday.
The lawsuit alleges that Texas Republicans "racially gerrymandered electoral districts" to maintain political advantages for the GOP.
Seattle Councilwoman Kshama Sawant called the shooting of Che Taylor "a blatant murder at the hands of police."
Judge Coogler described the tax-cut restrictions as "a federal invasion of State sovereignty" that was "unconstitutionally ambiguous."
The case will decide on the constitutionality of mandates for workplaces with 100 or more employees.
The lawsuit was filed on Tuesday by three law firms. It says the three plaintiffs, an adult and two minors, are wrongly identified on their birth certificates.
County lawyers said the deaths themselves caused Vanessa Bryant emotional distress and pushed for her therapy records to show her mental health.
Meghan Markle apology for misleading a court will boost critics, including Piers Morgan—but she may still win, experts have told Newsweek.
Tamara Drock, who was admitted to the hospital with COVID, had been placed on a ventilator in September when her condition worsened.
TikTok users across the country have been receiving a notification informing them that they might be eligible to claim a settlement payment from a recent lawsuit.
Prince Andrew should be investigated by the U.K. Parliament over a $2 million loan repaid by a financier friend linked to the bank, an ex-minister says.
"Fourteen-year-olds sometimes unwisely shoot their mouths off, instantly regretting it but causing no harm, no disruption," the students' attorney said.
American Gaming Systems says it will not reward the $100,000 jackpot one player says she won and is suing over.
Four Connecticut labor unions filed a suit against the attorney general and Department of Justice, saying the state's National Guard has a right to unionize.
Following the shooting that left 26 people dead, Jones frequently claimed it was a "hoax" and that the victims' parents were "crisis actors."
Duchess of Sussex emailed an aide to say "how personally frustrating I find the 'stylist' narrative," hinting at issues raised in her Oprah Winfrey interview.