Film crew member Gregg "Rocky" Brooks had accused Depp of punching him in the chest during a dispute on the set of the movie "City of Lies" in April 2017.
Intuit inc. will suspend its TurboTax's "free, free, free" ad campaign and pay restitution to nearly 4.4 million taxpayers.
"No one should have to put up with sexual harassment to get a paycheck," said former McDonald's employee Jenna Ries.
The news organization will be paying Patrick Jephson, the princess' former private secretary, damages in a settlement for the incident.
The woman was allegedly injured after being struck by a police projectile during the George Floyd protests of 2020.
The sum would be divided between those who have lost property in the collapse based on the value of each person's condominium.
"There's no amount of money that will right this wrong," Anjanette Young told Gayle King about being handcuffed naked during a botched police raid.
The Justice Department and eight states opposed the original settlement condition that the Sackler family would be protected from lawsuits.
Blythe Brown filed the lawsuit last year in a New Hampshire court, describing her former spouse's behavior as "unlawful and egregious."
The settlement will be divided among the families of 119 of the over 200 people that have died in New Jersey's veterans homes over the course of the pandemic.
"I'm happy that this settlement will compensate her for a world of pain and suffering that wasn't her fault," the woman's attorney said.
The man said he was carrying a sign that read "Vote Register Here" at a protest when police attempted to take it "for no legal reason."
The SEC said Tuesday that the American startup breached antifraud and disclosure control provisions of federal securities laws.
A proposed $800 million from Century Indemnity Co. would bring the fund for over 82,000 Boy Scouts sexual abuse victims to more than $2.6 billion.
The settlement was filed in a federal bankruptcy court in Indianapolis, Indiana on Monday.
The settlement was agreed to by 79 women who accused former gynecologist Robert Hadden, and the two hospitals where he worked, of partaking in abuse.
Charleena Lyles was shot and killed in 2017 by two white Seattle police officers in her home after calling 911 to report a burglary.
The only person convicted over the crisis—which killed at least 12 people and made over 80 people ill—was sentenced to a year of probation, 300 hours of community service and given a $1,200 fine.
The FTC said that one driver would receive over $28,000, while the average amount of 139,507 settlement checks and 1,621 PayPal payments was $422.
Officers arrested Al Copeland after finding him slumped in his car and barely conscious in Boston in April 2019.
A lawsuit says the South Carolina lawyer tried to manipulate the legal system to prevent his housekeeper's sons from collecting on her insurance policy.
"Physicians are expected to perform procedures only when they have a legitimate medical basis to do so," said Brian M. Boynton of the DOJ's Civil Division.
"I welcome this measure of justice after so many years," said Robert Jones, 48, community outreach director for Orleans Public Defenders.
Purdue Pharma proposed its settlement plan to a bankruptcy judge, which involves the company dedicating profits to abating the opioid crisis.
"We will now negotiate with the insurers and sponsoring and chartering organizations who have billions of dollars in legal exposure, of which a substantial portion is necessary to fairly compensate the survivors," attorney Ken Rothweiler said on Thursday.
George Floyd's family was granted the largest pre-trial settlement in a civil rights wrongful death case in U.S. history.
"The residents of the City of Flint deserve justice and they deserve a resolution to these lawsuits," Flint, Michigan Mayor Sheldon Neeley said after the city joined the state's settlement.
Muslim women had said the NYPD's policy of removing religious headwear violated their religious rights and left them in tears and shame.
The city of Louisville agreed to pay Taylor's family $12 million and implement new police reforms in a settlement of the civil lawsuit brought by her family.
Although Facebook reportedly pledged to stop selling political ads in Washington, the state attorney general says it has sold over half a million dollars in such ads since November 2018.