"It shouldn't have taken George Floyd to die for them to realize that their name had a slave reference to it," Anita White said.
Senior U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska ruled Wednesday that Giuffre's lawyers had come into possession of the documents improperly and ordered them to be destroyed.
"Dan [Brown] has lived a proverbial life of lies for at least the past six years," read a lawsuit filed Monday by Brown's ex-wife, Blythe Brown.
A second lawsuit has been filed in an attempt to block the publication of Mary Trump's tell-all book about President Donald Trump, which is slated to be released July 28.
"Defending and respecting the user's voice is one of our core values at Twitter," said a Twitter spokesperson in September.
A growing number of colleges and universities, including elites like Brown and Georgetown along with major public school systems, are being sued by students dissatisfied with their pandemic online learning experience who now want at least part of their tuition money back.
In an independent report filed Thursday, an investigator into practices at the Prince George County Police Department found that the department had "inadequate" policies about racial discrimination and harassment.
An Oklahoma judge has quickly rejected a lawsuit that sought to impose mandatory face masks and social distancing at President Donald Trump's campaign rally set to take place in Tulsa on Saturday.
In Tuesday's lawsuit, the DOJ alleges that Bolton "breached his legal obligations" by submitting the manuscript to publishers without finishing the White House's standard prepublication review.
The woman says the airline neglected to provide her with a wheelchair, leading to crew members dragging her down the aisle for a trip to the bathroom.
"The four murderers whose executions are scheduled today have received full and fair proceedings under our Constitution and laws," said Attorney General William Barr in a Monday statement.
The legal challenge backed by four groups representing student survivors of sexual assaults claims the changes violate the Constitution.
The Supreme Court has a golden opportunity to reaffirm America's first and most indispensable liberty.
"The time is past to rely solely on the good faith and discretion of the Denver Police Department," the judge wrote, adding that the department "has failed in its duty to police its own."
Congress should forestall the avarice of the plaintiff bar.
"I actually filed a lawsuit to the governor today as well," Representative Karen Whitsett told President Donald Trump on Thursday.
David Robinson sued the city of Sikeston, Missouri after he was freed from prison in May 2018 after the state Supreme Court overturned his conviction for the murder of Sheila Box.
District Judge Lorna G. Schofield ruled against a motion by Trump lawyers to postpone a lawsuit alleging fraud and false advertising of a multi-level marketing scheme.
A San Francisco church said it was conducting a virtual bible study class on Zoom when a hacker broke into the space and began playing pornographic videos.
The lawsuit involves a September 30, 2018 Esquire article entitled "Devin Nunes's Family Farm Is Hiding a Politically Explosive Secret."
"The [Louisville Metro Police] Department has not provided any answers regarding the facts and circumstances of how this tragedy occurred," said attorney Benjamin Crump on Monday.
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr is leading a charge to help protect businesses from frivolous lawsuits and protect consumers.
"The State of New York acted unconstitutionally and the district court's decision should be upheld," Sanders' campaign manager Faiz Shakir said.
Key religious liberty cases arrive at the Supreme Court.
A group of church leaders in Michigan filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Governor Gretchen Whitmer, alleging her recent executive orders violated their First Amendment rights.
"The Michigan GOP is wasting the court's time and the taxpayer's dime," said MDP chair Lavora Barnes in a Wednesday statement.