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  • Settlements and Verdicts: Michael Jackson.
    A confidential settlement has been reached in the $12 million dollar breach of contract lawsuit filed against Michael Jackson by his former financial advisor Myung-Ho Lee. Lee claimed that Jackson had hired him in the late 1990's to handle his financial affairs, but had never paid for the services. (Jun-12-03) Legal Help If you have a similar pro...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Campbell Industrial Park.
    A $1 million settlement has been reached in the lawsuit filed against Campbell Industrial Park yard owner Michael Cunningham of Hawaii. Dan Easterday filedthe suit when has leg was crushed by a forklift in October 2001 while using the yard to repair cars. The forklift reversed into Easterday, and his leg was nearly severed as a result. (Jun-21-03) [ HO...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Ohio Valley Bistros Inc.
    A $21 million settlement has been reached in a lawsuit filed against Ohio Valley Bistros Inc. (the owner of T.G.I. Friday's), on behalf of the parents of two teenagers who were killed by a drunken driver. The suit was filed after 16-year-old Cory Stauble and Jamie Parsley were killed by 42-year-old Mark Eberenz who had been drinking alcohol for about ei...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Kodak and Tesco.
    An $8,000 settlement will be paid to Mark McCarthy, who filed a lawsuit against Kodak and supermarket chain Tesco after his vacation photos were lost. The London man dropped off the slides from his vacation to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon at Tesco, where the store claims they were then sent to Kodak's processing laboratory, processed, and sent back to...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: City of Pittsburgh.
    A $250,000 settlement has been reached in a reverse lawsuit filed by two police officers against the City of Pittsburgh. Benny Sledge and Anthony Hildebrand claimed that they were demoted after reporting alleged improprieties by their supervisor, Assistant Police Chief Earl Woodyard, Jr. The two officers claimed that they were subject to a hostile work...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Bayer Corporation and GlaxoSmithKline
    have agreed to pay settlement amounts totalling more than $344 million for their fraudulent conduct in a scheme involving the re-labeling of products to an HMO at deeply discounted prices, and then concealing and avoiding their obligation to pay millions of dollars in additional rebates to the Medicaid program. (Apr-16-03) Legal Help If you h...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: American Equity Insurance Co. et.al.
    A $7 million dollar settlement has been reached in the toxic mold lawsuit filed by entertainer Ed McMahon against several defendants, including Scottsdale, Arizona-based American Equity Insurance Co., a unit of Citigroup Inc., as well as several Southern California contractors who had been hired to clean up the mold. The suit alleged that the companies a...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: General Motors Corp
    A $495 million dollar settlement has been reached between General Motors Corp. and plaintiffs in a number of lawsuits claiming that the company's pickup trucks were prone to explosion. Several suits have already been settled for an average of $1.6 million dollars each in regards to the company's 1973 to 1987 model year trucks, which were dangerous becaus...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Funkmaster Flex
    A settlement has been reached in the child support lawsuit filed against Funkmaster Flex, a New York DJ, by Haydee Diaz, the mother of his 2-year-old son. According to the ruling, Flex will support the child financially, arrange for medical insurance, set up a college fund, and buy a life insurance policy. (May-01-03) [ ALLHIPHOP ] Legal Help ...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: K.C. Smith
    A settlement of $100,000 dollars has been reached in the lawsuit filed in Tennessee against 20-year-old K.C. Smith by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The suit alleged that Smith had raised approximately $102,000 dollars between May 2000 and February 2003 by promoting fictitious investments on the Internet, by making false claims in nine million s...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Pacific Sunwear of California Inc.
    A $4 million dollar settlement has been reached and is pending court approval in two lawsuits filed against Pacific Sunwear of California Inc. on behalf of employees. The suits were filed by two employees who alleged that the company had improperly classified them as exempt from overtime pay. (Apr-29-03) [ PRESS RELEASE ] Legal Help If you hav...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Wal-Mart.
    A $750,000 settlement has been reached in the lawsuit filed against Wal-Mart by the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Justice Department over the company's failure to report safety hazards that were found in defective Weider and Weslo brand exercise gliders. The suit alleged that the company was aware that at least 29 people had been injured by t...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Wisconsin Electric Power Co.
    of Milwaukee has reached a settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency and the Justice Department to settle an air pollution suit for $600 million dollars. The suit alleged that the company had not installed new pollution control equipment as required by the Clean Air Act. (Apr-30-03) Legal Help If you have a similar problem and woul...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Kansas City Power & Light Co., Great Plains Energy Inc., and Hubbell Power Systems Inc.
    A $12 million dollar settlement has been reached in the lawsuit filed by Melanie Monroe who had a power line fall on her on Feb. 2, 2002 following an ice storm, causing her to lose an arm and a leg. The line also fell on Monroe's husband and two children, with each of them receiving electrical shocks. (Apr-27-03) Legal Help If you have a simi...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Bristol-Myers Squibb-Co.
    A $55 million dollar antitrust settlement has been reached and is pending approval between Bristol-Myers Squibb-Co. and the 50 states who filed suit against the company. The suit claimed that the pharmaceutical maker had unlawfully obstructed generic versions of Taxol, a cancer-fighting drug, from entering the market. (Apr-24-03) [ PRESS RELEASE ] ...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Dominion Resources Inc.
    will pay $1.2 billion dollars to settle a lawsuit with the Environmental Protection Agency, the Justice Department and the five states, Virginia, West Virginia, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. The settlement is the largest of its kind under the federal Clean Air Act, and the funds will be used over the next ten years to make pollution control impro...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Bayer AG and GlaxoSmithKline
    will pay a combined $345 million dollars to settle whistleblower claims that the companies were overcharging the federal Medicaid program. This is the largest Medicaid fraud settlement ever, and the funds will be distributed to the federal government, the District of Columbia and every state except Arizona. (Apr-17-03) Legal Help If you hav...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Stockton Steel
    has agreed to a $1.11 million dollar settlement in the harassment lawsuit filed against them by Pakistani-American employees. The workers claim that they faced discrimination, ridicule, and humiliation at the California plant, based on their national origin and Muslim religion. (Mar-19-03) [ PRESS RELEASE ] Legal Help If you have a similar pro...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Voss Electric Company
    has reached a settlement in the disability discrimination lawsuit filed by a former worker who suffers from a bi-polar disorder. The company will pay $91,250 to the employee for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 when he was terminated rather than given the recommended time off. (Mar-18-03) [ PRESS RELEASE ] Legal Help If you h...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Browning-Ferris, Inc.
    has reached a settlement with its former employee, Deborah Brown, in regards to a wrongful dismissal suit. The company will pay $200,000 for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. The company dismissed Brown allegedly because of her Crohn's disease, a bowel disorder, due to fear for her safety, although medical experts had stated tha...
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