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Lawsuits in the News

A little leaguer who threw his helmet in the air to celebrate after scoring a winning run is now being sued by his former coach.  The coach alleges the helmet tore his Achilles’ tendon and is suing for $500,000 (although he thought his attorney was only asking for $20,000). This coach went on Fox News…

We are pleased to announce that the Faces of Lawsuit Abuse national public awareness campaign has been awarded four separate Internet Advertising Competition (IAC) Awards from the Web Marketing Association. A major goal of the Faces campaign is to engage citizens across America via social media, which is why it is an honor to have…

The parents of a former Texas high school lacrosse player are suing a lacrosse academy and a half dozen coaches, alleging that they conspired to keep their son – now a college freshman – on the bench after they refused to send their son to the camp.

A lawsuit from a volunteer at the 2013 MLB All-Star Game who wanted to be paid was dismissed by a judge.

Some business owners ignore negative Yelp reviews. Some respond to customers and try to fix the problem. Apparently, some business owners choose a different path — to threaten the reviewers with a lawsuit. As the New York Post reports, “Matt Brand gave Ron Gordon Watch Repair on Madison Avenue two stars in a (Yelp) review…

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