The barbershop owner said that the governor's executive order targeted his free speech and violated his right to equal treatment under the law.
The lawsuit alleges that the Safer Affordable Fuel Efficient Vehicle rule is based on faulty science opposed by the EPA's own staff.
The lawsuit said FOX News "knowingly disseminated false information" on COVID-19 that hampered "implementation of effective mitigation and countermeasures against the virus."
Police allegedly yanked the woman from the car, "taunted her, piled on top of her and stomped on her stomach leaving a shoe mark," according to the court filing.
The employees say that managers haven't provided personal protective equipment or notification when a coworker fell ill to the ongoing epidemic.
"We are taking a stand to fight for our rights to earn a living, to fight for our employees and their families and to fight for ALL MN SMALL BUSINESSES!" the restaurant's GoFundMe page proclaims.
"Meat processing facilities must have the ability to safely fulfill the federal government's reopening mandate with fear of frivolous litigation that will cripple their operations," Hartzler said.
Workers say Uber treats them like contract laborers to avoid paying minimum wage and overtime, reimbursing business expenses and providing other employee benefits like paid leave.
Although more people are watching streaming TV than ever, some Hulu users say the service is forcing them to use an application that sells their data.
The lawsuit involves a September 30, 2018 Esquire article entitled "Devin Nunes's Family Farm Is Hiding a Politically Explosive Secret."
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said legislation protecting schools from being sued is needed so children can resume classes.
In the lawsuit, Republican Congressman Paul Mitchell claims that Whitmer's handling of the coronavirus pandemic violated both the state and national constitutions.
The University said Friday that lawsuits filed by victims of Dr. Anderson "are barred by the three-year statute of limitations."
Only 1.38 percent of all ICE detainees have been tested for coronavirus out of a total nationwide population of 30,307 detainees, according to information released Tuesday.
The nation's largest nurses union will protest the White House by reading the names of nurses who have died from coronavirus.
Washington has accused China of concealing the epidemic and hiding its actual numbers of deaths while targeting the country with "farcical" lawsuits, a Chinese newspaper's op-ed says.
The last thing we need mid-pandemic is for already overwhelmed, overworked doctors and nurses to worry about being sued.
As employers adjust to work-from-home requirements, new liabilities can arise that human resources managers have not traditionally had to consider.
"Look, I've had my eye on you," Alisyn Camerota recounted the former Fox News CEO saying in a piece for Vanity Fair.
A new lawsuit featuring nine new victims traces Jeffrey Epstein's abuses back to 1985 and claim that he allegedly targeted girls as young as 13.
Congressman Devin Nunes recently issued a subpoena in an attempt to discover who's behind the anonymous parody accounts mocking him.
Purdue Pharma and hundreds of tribes have yet to distribute $200 million in emergency funding to mitigate local opioid crises, but quickly organized around paying states' attorneys.
A judge in Portland, Oregon denied a motion aimed at throwing out a lawsuit launched against Joey Gibson and members of his alt-right activist group Patriot Prayer. The lawsuit alleges that Gibson and his group are responsible for a riot that took place outside a bar in the city May 1st.
Karen Morris of Fort Myers has claimed that the Residents Association of her mobile home village and Lee County have violated the Fair Housing Act by demanding she rehome her four chickens or face eviction. Lee County says that she's violating zoning codes by keeping them.
The ACLU is suing the Trump administration over a reported plan to make it easier for tax-funded adoption agencies to reject adoptive parents on faith-based grounds.
Two environmental groups have joined forces to sue the Trump administration on Wednesday in response to a U.S. Department of Interior's Bureau of Land Management plan to open up 720,000 acres of federal land to oil and gas developers in 11 counties within California's central cost region.
Multiple lawsuit threats have plagued the oil industry this week as environmental concerns begin to rise.
California's Secretary of State Alex Padilla rebuked claims made in a lawsuit claiming the state failed to verify the citizenship of potential voters for DMV registrants as part of its "motor voter" program, which is "riddled with technical problems."
A company marketing an "anti-hangover" powder was being sued for promoting fraudulent health claims.
Massachusetts based Immigration advocacy groups Centro Presente and the Pioneer Valley Workers Center have sued the Trump administration over expanded deportation powers.