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What we know so far about the fatal elevator accident in Allston

  Boston police said Tuesday that they’re still investigating what exactly caused an elevator accident that killed an adult woman Monday evening in Allston. The city’s police and fire department responded to the incident at 1140 Commonwealth Ave. at approximately 5:13 p.m. Monday,

What we know so far about the fatal elevator accident in Allston2020-09-15T17:36:15-04:00

Title IX lawsuit: Lutheran High School failed to act on sexual assault claim

  The father of a former Lutheran High School student is suing the school's administration for failing to protect his daughter after she was allegedly sexually assaulted by a fellow classmate. The suit, filed Aug. 28 in the U.S. District Court in Indianapolis,

Title IX lawsuit: Lutheran High School failed to act on sexual assault claim2020-09-10T01:24:24-04:00

Lawsuit: Whistleblower in VA deaths wrongfully suspended

  A man who says he alerted authorities to a string of suspicious patient deaths at a veterans hospital in West Virginia has filed a lawsuit saying he was wrongfully suspended for his actions CLARKSBURG, W.Va. -- A man who says he alerted

Lawsuit: Whistleblower in VA deaths wrongfully suspended2020-09-08T10:42:06-04:00

Fortnite star Tfue settles dispute with FaZe Clan, ending Esports’ first major employment lawsuit

  The esports industry’s first major employment lawsuit has come to an end. Fortnite streaming star Turner “Tfue” Tenny and esports organization FaZe Clan today announced they had reached a settlement after a 15-month contract dispute over sponsorship opportunities and payment. “Faze and Turner

Fortnite star Tfue settles dispute with FaZe Clan, ending Esports’ first major employment lawsuit2020-08-31T16:11:30-04:00

California court rules Amazon is liable for injuries from defective products

  Amazon can be held liable like other traditional retailers for injuries from defective products sold via its sprawling e-commerce marketplace, a California state appeals court ruled on Thursday. The decision overturned a San Diego Superior Court ruling that the world’s biggest online

California court rules Amazon is liable for injuries from defective products2020-08-17T18:07:16-04:00

N.J. vaping firm loses $22.5M judgement in consumer fraud lawsuit

  PHOENIX — Arizona’s attorney general has obtained a $22.5 million judgment against a New Jersey-based vaping company along with a court order permanently barring the company from selling its products in the state. Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced the judgment against Eonsmoke

N.J. vaping firm loses $22.5M judgement in consumer fraud lawsuit2020-08-10T15:38:33-04:00

DOJ sues Cigna, alleging $1.4B in Medicare Advantage fraud

  Cigna falsified the health conditions of its Medicare Advantage plan members to coax CMS into making larger payments to the insurer on behalf of beneficiaries, a U.S. Justice Department lawsuit alleges. Cigna did not respond to a request for comment. Cigna used

DOJ sues Cigna, alleging $1.4B in Medicare Advantage fraud2020-08-09T10:12:07-04:00

Delaware Judge Upholds Dismissal Call in Softball Injury Lawsuit

A Delaware judge has refused to overturn her decision to toss a lawsuit by a paralegal who said he was targeted for retaliation after being injured while playing on his law firm’s softball team and filing a workers’ compensation claim. Superior

Delaware Judge Upholds Dismissal Call in Softball Injury Lawsuit2020-08-03T13:26:45-04:00

Mass. has changed its coronavirus travel rules. Here’s what to know.

“Every traveler coming to Massachusetts no matter where they’re from has a responsibility to help keep COVID-19 out of the commonwealth.” Since late March, travelers to Massachusetts have been asked to self-quarantine for 14 days. Soon, failure to comply, or failure to show proof

Mass. has changed its coronavirus travel rules. Here’s what to know.2020-07-27T13:09:19-04:00