Embattled former CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi is back in the news today as he did what many said last month he would do - he withdrew his $55 million lawsuit against the broadcaster. He launched the suit the day following his firing on Oct. 26.
Kuala Lumpur -
A Malaysian family on Friday sued the government and beleaguered national carrier for negligence in the mysterious disappearance of flight MH370, in what is believed to be the first lawsuit filed over the disaster.
San Francisco -
The United States government is suing one of the country's largest wireless service providers, accusing it of misleading customers with claims of "unlimited" data for their smart phones.
Sony has agreed to a settlement in a class action lawsuit over the 2011 data breach of the PlayStation Network which resulted in user accounts being compromised and the network shutdown for almost a month.
Members of Duran Duran have filed a suit with Worldwide Fan Clubs Inc over reports of unpaid fees. Group members allege there was an agreement to receive 75 percent of club fees if they let group managers use their name and content.
New Castle -
Nigel Sykes wants payments from the employees, officers and store involved in his arrest. He allegedly visited the pizza place to steal money with a gun. Sykes was reportedly quickly subdued and now is suing those involved.
No one was killed and it would only have cost Nationwide around $25,000 to fix a damaged jeep for Sherri Berg who was hit while pulling onto a highway. Instead Nationwide fought the case for almost 20 years and lost it to the amount of $18 million.
Wrestlers and Musicians Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope are going through a complicated legal battle with the FBI. This situation just got more complicated now that feds want the case dropped and the American Civil Liberties Union is coming to the rescue.
One very annoyed server decided to type a gender-based slur on the ticket of an allegedly rowdy customer. While the server was fired afterwards, Bistro 18 is now facing discrimination complaints.
The giant Internet radio provider Pandora, used daily by thousands of people, is being sued by a selection of well-known major record labels over alleged copyright infringement related to the usage of old songs without paying due fees.
South Korea's state health insurer said Monday it had filed a lawsuit against three domestic and foreign tobacco makers, seeking damages of 53.7 billion won ($51.6 million) for payouts over smoking-related illnesses.
After several glitches stemming from the Nevada Health Link website, a Las Vegas man joins others in the first class action lawsuit against the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange and other parties involved in its creation.
A Minnesota school district has agreed to pay a $70,000 settlement from a lawsuit which claimed school officials violated a student's constitutional rights by viewing her Facebook and email accounts without permission.
Toronto lawyer Clayton Ruby (left) announced that he had filed an application with the Ontario Superior Court on behalf of Toronto resident Paul Magder, alleging that Rob Ford has violated the Province of Ontario’s Municipal Conflict of Interest Act.
Local labor and political activist Steve Zeltzer spoke to the press on the steps of San Francisco City Hall on Monday, July 11, 2011. He opposes the redevelopment plans approved by SF Board of Supervisors.
Los Angeles Clippers coaches and players share the bench during a game against the Washington Wizards in Washington, D.C., in December.
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Attorney Jeff Anderson stands with attorney Mike Finnegan and Tom Doyle, discussing Records Obtained by the St. Paul Law Firm that Implicate Pope
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Demonstrators protest remarks attributed to Clippers owner Donald Sterling outside the Staples Center arena in Los Angeles in April.
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U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) announces a class action lawsuit over NSA spying revelations that he has filed along with FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe (R) against U.S. President Barack Obama, outside the U.S. District Court in Washington February 12, 2014
U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) holds up a mobile phone as he announces a class action lawsuit over NSA spying revelations that he has filed along with FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe (R) against U.S. President Barack Obama, outside the U.S. District Court in Washington February 12, 2014