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Lawsuits in the News

The last five years have been rough on home values across the country — but things could get even worse for some California homeowners, thanks to spate of lead paint lawsuits. A recent lead paint ruling by a California Superior Court Judge, has homeowners and the real estate industry up in arms. The concern? Homes…

Sterling Regional High School in Somerdale, NJ, says they kicked a student off the track team because of his unexcused absences. But that didn’t stop the boy’s father from filing a $40 million lawsuit, claiming the dismissal will cost his son college scholarships. Either way, the legal battle will be costly for a group of victims…

Our short film, “The Last Week: How Lawsuits Doomed an American Icon,” already won the “Excellence in Filmmaking Award” at the Anthem Film Festival last July. Now, we’re pleased to announce that the film has been accepted to the Irvine International Film Festival, to be held January 10-16, 2014 in Laguna Hills, California. This documentary…

A New York suit is seeking “legal personhood” for chimpanzees, believed to be the first habeas petition filed on behalf of an animal.

A lawsuit claiming a man slipped on a banana peel in an elevator was dismissed when video evidence showed the man dropped the peel himself.  The plaintiff actually looked at the camera three times before proceeding with his performance.  He is now facing second-degree fraud charges.

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