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  • Archdiocese of St. Louis Priest Abuse Settlement
    St. Louis, MO: (May-30-07) A man, referred to as John Doe BA, filed a sexual abuse lawsuit against the Archdiocese of St. Louis, alleging that he was abused by Donald Straub, a priest at the St. George Parish in Affton 30 years ago. The suit claimed that Doe was 13 in 1977 when the abuse is alleged to have taken place. The suit, filed in St. Louis County C...
  • Lema Industries Inc. et al. Employee Overtime Settlement
    New York, NY: (May-30-07) The US Labor Department filed a lawsuit against five regional construction companies, alleging that they underpaid their employees. The agency filed a wage and hour lawsuit against Lema Industries Inc., Lema Maintenance and Landscaping Corp., and Lema Construction Inc., all of Yorktown Heights; Wappingers Falls Construction Corp.;...
  • Knox County, KY Preschool Teacher Negligence Settlement
    Knox County, KY: (May-30-07) Angela Hagler, mother of a 6-year-old girl, filed a lawsuit against the Knox County school system after Sheila Knight, a preschool teacher, ordered the child to go to the bathroom in a bucket. The lawsuit alleged that Knight forced Hagler's then-4-year-old daughter to urinate in a bucket in front of the class. When Hagler first...
  • Bethlehem Area School District School Mold Settlement
    Bethlehem, NJ: (May-30-07) The Freemansburg Elementary School filed charges against the Bethlehem Area School District, after mold shut the school's doors for over a year. In a settlement reached, school board members voted unanimously to accept the $175,000 settlement from Valiant Insurance Co., which covered the district during the 2000-01 mold crises, m...
  • Par Development Inc. Grocery Store Development Settlement
    Gilberts, IL: (May-29-07) Disgruntled Gilberts residents may not have to travel miles in order to do their grocery shopping if plans to build a 20-acre retail site are successful. The plans resulted out of a settlement that village officials reached with developers to attract business and grocery stores that will make living in Gilberts more convenient for...
  • Jamal Ford Red Light Car Crash Personal Injury Settlement
    New York, NY: (May-29-07) Jamal Ford, who was driving down the streets of Brooklyn, jumped a traffic signal causing an accident that left the driver of the smashed car with permanent brain damage. The accident took place in September 2004, a year before Ford was shot to death in East New York, Brooklyn. On being faced with charges, Jamal Ford had insisted...
  • Hi-Tech Pharmacal Co. Cold Medication Patent Infringement Settlement
    Washington, DC :(May-29-07) Medpointe Pharmaceuticals filed patent infringement charges against drug developer Hi-Tech Pharmacal Co., alleging that the company was distributing a generic version of a cold medication made by Medpointe Pharmaceuticals. Medpointe brought the lawsuit against Hi-Tech after it launched a generic version of Tussi-12, which trea...
  • Archdiocese of Chicago Priest Abuse Settlement
    Chicago, IL: (May-29-07) In a settlement reached, the Archdiocese of Chicago agreed to pay $6.65 million to fourteen people who claimed they were sexually abused by almost a dozen of the diocese' priests. Details of the settlement were to be made public at a conference at the Allerton Crowne Plaza, which would officially end the 14 civil cases, which began...
  • Westchester County, NY College Property Dispute Settlement
    Westchester County, NY: (May-29-07) Frank DeLeonardis, a Mount Vernon landlord, filed charges against Westchester County, after he ran more than a million dollars over budget in converting a former Sears building into a satellite branch of Westchester Community College. At one point during the dispute, DeLeonardis had served the county with an eviction not...
  • Clearwater, FL Building Inspector Workers Compensation Settlement
    Clearwater, FL: (May-29-07) Robert Scott, a Clearwater building inspector, filed suit against the city after he injured his back in an on-the-job accident on Aug. 27, 2003. The suit claimed that despite subsequent surgery, he continues to have permanent physical restrictions that preclude his returning to work as a building inspector and is still receiving...
  • Management Resources Co. Taco Bell Manager Gender Discrimination Settlement
    McMinnville, TN: (May-28-07) Katrina Hillis and Diana Pepper, former employees of a large Taco Bell franchisee, filed a discrimination lawsuit against Management Resources Co., which is based in the Nashville suburb of Brentwood and owns more than 80 Taco Bell franchises in the South. Hillis and Pepper, the store managers, claimed that Management Resources...
  • Dr. James Powers Skin Cancer Medical Malpractice Settlement
    San Diego, CA: (May-23-07) Regis Reilly, 53, filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against dermatologist Dr. James Powers, alleging that the doctor failed to biopsy a cyst that later metastasized into cancer. Reilly had a family history of skin cancer. As a result of the oversight, Reilly went through several surgeries to remove the cancer and is now confi...
  • LeMans Corporation Motorcross Clothing Fire Personal Injury Settlement
    Pahrump, NV: (May-11-07) Joseph Provenza, 19, of Pahrump, filed a personal injury lawsuit against the LeMans Corporation of Wisconsin, after he suffered massive injuries in 2001 while riding a Yamaha dirt bike with his uncle and cousin. The incident took place after jumping on the bike; Provenza fell and was soaked in fuel when the bike hit the ground and...
  • Bloomin' Apple Rockford Employee Gender Harassment Settlement
    Rockford, IL: (May-24-07) Former Applebee's employees filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the neighborhood grill and bar restaurant chain. The suit, originally filed by five employees, alleged that 14 women had been touched inappropriately and had to undergo harassment. It claimed the women were continually subjected to comments of a sexual nature fr...
  • Delaware County, OH Inmate Back Injury Settlement
    Delaware County, OH: (May-24-07) Steven Foster, a Galena man who claimed he was beaten by corrections officers in the Delaware County Jail, filed suit against the county. The suit alleged that when Foster was sent to the county jail for a probation violation in September 2001, he was writing a letter in his cell when three corrections officers allegedly en...
  • Sidley Austin LLP Tax Shelter Options Civil Penalty
    Chicago, IL: (May-23-07) The Internal Revenue Service filed charges against Sidley Austin LLP, following the federal government's investigation of tax shelter opinions provided by a former partner. Raymond Ruble was fired from Sidley Austin in October 2003 and indicted on criminal charges two years later in 2005. He pleaded not guilty and his trial is sche...
  • Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana Vice President Settlement
    Indianapolis, IN: (May-24-07) Carol D'Amico, who resigned from Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana after being passed over for president, agreed to accept a year's salary and received a letter of recommendation in exchange for agreeing not to pursue legal action against the school. In a separation agreement signed by D'Amico, she claimed that she was wro...
  • Memorial Hospital of Tampa Infection and Amputation Medical Malpractice Settlement
    Tampa, FL: (May-26-07) Sally Lucia, a Tampa woman, filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the Memorial Hospital of Tampa and two doctors, alleging that on account of their negligence, she lost her fingers and feet after an infection that incurred after a tummy tuck surgery in 2001. Though other doctors were listed in the lawsuit, those claims were dis...
  • Maria Chairez Apartment Slum Lord Civil Penalty
    Los Angeles, CA: (May-25-07) City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo of Los Angeles, Bet Tzedek Legal Services, and Strategic Actions for a Just Economy filed an unlawful business practice and public nuisance lawsuit against Maria Chairez, owner of a 20-unit apartment building in South Los Angeles' Figueroa Corridor. The suit alleged that the low-cost buildings own...
  • Tidewater Inc. Vessle Value Depreciation SEC Settlement
    New Orleans, LA: (May-25-07) The US Securities and Exchange Commission brought charges against New Orleans-based Tidewater Inc., following an investigation that revealed Tidewater improperly reviewed depreciation estimates for some of its vessels and inaccurately disclosed the active status of those vessels, among other internal controls. The impairm...
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