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But the plaintiffs disagreed.
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· California, cities battle over marijuana home-delivery rule →
In addition to Beverly Hills, Riverside and Santa Cruz County, plaintiffs include the cities of Agoura Hills, Angels Camp, Arcadia, Atwater, Ceres, Clovis, Covina, Dixon and Downey.
· New York county agrees to 'landmark' transgender jail reforms →
The plaintiff, Jena Faith, filed suit against Steuben County in 2019 alleging harassment and discrimination during a one-month pretrial detention.
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· Top Equestrians Accused of Sex Abuse in Lawsuits →
The plaintiffs in the Morris lawsuits, filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, are two of the men who initially came forward to SafeSport, prompting its investigation that led to the barring of Morris, who won a silver medal as a show jumper in the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, and went on to coach the United States Olympic team and most recently the Brazilian team.
· J&J Stung by New Jersey Court Ruling Reviving Talc Cancer Claims →
In Wednesday’s decision, the appellate panel found Atlantic County Judge Nelson Johnson was wrong to assess the credibility of plaintiffs’ experts Graham Colditz and Daniel Cramer in excluding their testimony, rather than scrutinizing the methodologies behind their conclusions that talc can cause ovarian cancer.
· Uber Confronts California in Turning Point for Gig Workers →
Because the suit is brought by the government and not by a private plaintiff, Uber and Lyft can’t use any agreements signed by workers requiring them to resolve disputes individually, behind closed doors and outside of court.
· Trump’s radical lawsuit against Nevada’s vote-by-mail law, explained →
Not all federal laws create a “private right of action,” meaning that private plaintiffs are allowed to bring a lawsuit challenging alleged violations of those laws.
· 75 years after Hiroshima, survivors fear their stories will fade: The Morning Rundown →
Last week, a Japanese court finally acknowledged that he and 83 other plaintiffs had been exposed to dangerous radiation.
· A visually impaired man tried to vote amid Covid-19 – but there were no safe options →
Jeff Mandell is a Madison attorney in a lawsuit brought by Disability Rights Wisconsin and other plaintiffs.
· How Republicans gutted the biggest voting rights victory in recent history →
“It was really impossible,” said Riddle, who is also a plaintiff in the lawsuit challenging the law.