"The plain language of the statute and the form sworn to under penalty of perjury require a residential address," the lawsuit said. "A post office box is not a residential address."
"The decision is certainly consistent with what my understanding of the [law] is," one legal expert told Newsweek.
"The notion that corporations incorporated under state law should be considered Tribal governments is shocking," said Tulalip Tribes Chairwoman Gobin in a Friday statement.
"The Chinese government, when it's acting in China, does not have any affirmative duties under United States law," one legal expert told Newsweek.
"Today's ruling sends a clear signal nationwide that people and the planet must come before profits for polluting corporations," said Friends of the Earth's Marcie Keever in a Wednesday statement.
"Liberty University has tirelessly attempted to balance the needs of students, employees, and the community," a statement from the university said.
The Trump campaign filed its third lawsuit against a news outlet in as many months over an ad produced by a Democratic Super PAC that uses the president's own words against him
Lyft drivers filed a class action suit asking to be classified as employees rather than contractors, in order to get health insurance during the coronavirus pandemic.
A class-action lawsuit was filed Monday against Mike Bloomberg 2020 Inc. by as many as 2,000 ex-employees who allege the since-abandoned campaign promised pay and health care benefits through the general election before he laid them all off.
"I did not have the opportunity to fully review the filing in its entirety before it was submitted, and I take responsibility for not doing so," Carlos Cordeiro said Thursday.
A tenth plaintiff just joined the group of women suing Disney for unequal pay.
Judge Stephen Wilson ruled that Rep. Tulsi Gabbard's First Amendment rights had not been violated by Google because the company is not "an arm of the United States government."
The New York Times was sued by the re-election campaign of President Donald Trump Tuesday, who allege that a March 2019 opinion piece contained false claims intended to harm the campaign.
Chinese tech firm Huawei's lawsuit against the U.S. government was dismissed Tuesday, after a federal judge ruled the company had no legal ground to file the complaint.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has been ordered to reimburse Ben Hart for attorney fees incurred as a result of a suit he filed against the state for denying his vanity plate.
Fans flooded Twitter in support of the 56-year-old Hollywood star after a leaked audio recording was published in which Heard admitted to "hitting" Depp.
Attorneys for writer E. Jean Carroll have requested a sample of President Donald Trump's DNA to see if it matches samples from the dress Carroll claims she wore when Trump allegedly sexually assaulted her in the 1990s.
Sauntore Thomas, 44, has filed a lawsuit against TCF Bank alleging staff there racially discriminated against him when he tried to deposit a check.
Neighbors call the structure an "eyesore"; the child's mother says they won't be taking the playscape down.
California Democratic Representative Ted Lieu responded to Congressman Devin Nunes' threat of a defamation lawsuit by sending a letter to Nunes' lawyer which read in part, "Take your letter and shove it."
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are suing a U.K. newspaper for publishing a private letter she sent to her father.
Damon Fields is suing Gaston County for what he claims are civil rights violations, but in a curious legal move, 17 of his cats are listed as co-plaintiffs in the lawsuit.
Priest Rivera suffered burns to his face, neck and chest after the incident at Capri Elementary School in Encinitas.
Vikki Seifer said her pet bulldog Minni was crushed to death minutes after she dropped her off for a bath and nail trim at a PetSmart in Las Vegas.
"No reasonable consumer would assume that Diet Dr Pepper's use of the term 'diet' promises weight loss or management," a circuit court judge said in his ruling.
The former owner of Lacie the Norwegian forest cat has sued her adoptive parent because she won't let the animal sleep in her bed.
Indonesia is pursuing legal action against an unknown entity who is impersonating the country's Ministry of Communications and Information on Pornhub.
A Canadian man has sued Caesars Windsor Resort and Casino after losing around $260,000, claiming the casino took advantage of his status as a compulsive gambler.
Keisel claims that the confrontation and its aftermath caused him to lose his job and resulted in he and his girlfriend receiving death threats over social media.
"While they are absolutely aware of how this may be perceived, and truly have incredible mixed emotions the question is whether it is fair that all of those many parties profited...off of what my clients believe strongly was their work," Yellowcard's law firm, Busch's King and Fallow, said.