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$40 Million Verdict in Sea-Tac Airport Injury Lawsuit Sheds Light on Third Party Liability Accident
New York
Earlier this month, a jury returned a $40 million verdict in the Sea-Tac Airport injury case. An article on K5 NBC news out of Washington stated that the lawsuit was filed over seven years ago when Brandon Afoa was crushed at Sea-Tac Airport between a large tug, designed to move airplanes, and an even larger loader, that lifts freight into cargo holds. The King County Superior Court jury ruled ...
April 13 2015
Jury starts day two of deliberations in Boston trial
New York
US jurors began a second day of deliberations in the Boston bombings trial Wednesday after asking questions about the need for a unanimous verdict and the nature of conspiracy. Three people were killed and 264 others wounded in the twin blasts at the city's marathon in 2013, the worst attack in the United States since the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York, Washington and Pennsylvania ...
April 13 2015
High court rejects appeal from Md. contractor freed from Cuba
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court won’t hear an appeal from a former government subcontractor seeking to sue the U.S. government for negligence over his five-year imprisonment in Cuba. The justices on Monday let stand a federal appeals court ruling that threw out Alan Gross’ $60 million lawsuit blaming the federal government for failing to prepare ...
April 13 2015
Feminism is not an 'F' word
Hager, 30, grew up to run marathons. She reads Ms. Magazine while working out. A few years back, while working for the National Women's Political Caucus, she once deployed a crew of interns to slip copies of Ms. -- an alternative to Cosmopolitan -- into Washington-area nail salons.
April 04 2015
Friendship under fire; a legal fight to define Menendez-Melgen relationship
Sen. Bob Menendez, making his first appearance in federal court in Newark, pleaded not guilty Thursday to all charges in a 14-count indictment handed up by a grand jury and was released without bail. The senator had to surrender his personal passport but was allowed to keep his official travel credentials.
April 03 2015
High Court To Hear Kansas Plea To Reinstate Death Sentences
WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation's highest court agreed Monday to hear Kansas' appeal seeking to reinstate death sentences for two brothers convicted of robbing and forcing four people engage in sex acts before being shot to death naked in a Wichita soccer field in 2000.
March 31 2015
Lawyers Object to Making Legal Briefs Briefer
A plan to shrink briefs to 12,500 words draws protests from attorneys and cheers from bleary eyed judges.
March 27 2015
Power Companies Hope to End Losing Streak on EPA at Supreme Court
George, Washington
Companies will be looking to halt that trend Wednesday, when the court hears arguments on hazardous-pollution caps that apply to 460 coal-fired power plants, including facilities owned by Southern Co. and American Electric Power Co. The industry says the Environmental Protection Agency didn’t adequately take into account what the EPA estimates will be $10 billion in costs imposed by the rules ...
March 25 2015
Amanda Knox faces trial-by-social media in shadow of high court decision on guilty verdict
Italy's highest court this week takes up the Amanda Knox case for the second time as a parallel trial-by-social media rages online, with partisans on both sides seeking to shape public opinion over a murder case that has polarized observers in three nations.
March 23 2015
Former Maldives president Mohamed Nasheed jailed for 13 years
Nasheed has been sentenced to 13 years in prison on a terrorism charge after what rights groups said was a "flawed" trial, sparking international concern over the honeymoon islands.
March 21 2015
Former Maldives president Nasheed jailed for 13 years
Former Maldives president and opposition leader Mohamed Nasheed has been sentenced to 13 years in prison on a terrorism charge after what rights groups said was a "flawed" trial, sparking international concern over the honeymoon islands. He was charged with corruption over the arrest three years ago but those charges were dropped last month.
March 21 2015
Minnesota's fund helping farmers with wolf depredation losses to receive money from Feds
Washington, D.C. ( -- When the timber wolf went back on the endangered species list, a lot of Northland livestock farmers were left in the lurch. They can no longer kill wolves attacking their animals and the fund that reimburses them for losses to wolves was empty. Now, the Federal government says it will provide money.
March 18 2015
ISIS releases some Christian hostages
Ford, Washington
Igniting a live man in a cage; severing the heads of dozens; kidnapping, raping and selling women and children -- ISIS' shocking maltreatment of its captives has become regrettably predictable.
March 17 2015
Health exchange subsidy ruling by Supreme Court may spur action in Congress
A U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down premium subsidies for millions of people obtaining health insurance through the federal exchange could result in the first major bipartisan congressional effort to change the health care reform law.
March 16 2015
Meet the Washington pirate hunter risking his life in the Indian Ocean
Jason King, 44, entered maritime security after leaving the Army in Iraq and has successfully fought off the threat of Somali pirates
March 13 2015
‘Blurred Lines’ Lawyer: Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams Will Seek Appeal
Unsatisfied with the verdict in favor of the Gaye family, Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams’ attorney in the “Blurred Lines” case will be seeking an appeal. NEWS: Marvin Gaye's Family Awarded More Than $7 Million in 'Blurred Lines' Trial On Wednesday, Howard King stated that the court battle was far from over. “We are going to exercise every post trial remedy we have to make sure this verdict ...
March 13 2015
$7.4 Million Blurred Lines Verdict Likely To Alter Music Business
Washington writes The Washington Post reports that the $7.4 million verdict that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke copied Marvin Gaye's music to create their hit song "Blurred Lines" could ripple across the music industry, potentially changing how artists work and opening the door to new copyright claims. Howard King, lead attorney for Thicke and Williams, said in closing arguments that a ...
March 13 2015
Volokh Conspiracy: Unintentional self-parody alert: Dana Milbank predicts “social upheaval” if
I'm pretty certain that a ruling for the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell won't lead to "social upheaval" or a "national conflagration."
March 13 2015
King v. Burwell and the Mandates: What Happens If the Supreme Court Rules Against the Administratio
On March 4, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral argument in King v. Burwell . [1] This case is a challenge by individuals (petitioners) who do not wish to comply with the so-called minimum coverage provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare).
March 13 2015
Analysis: Top court may have tipped its hand on gay marriage ruling
The Supreme Court on Monday gave its strongest signal yet that advocates seeking the legalization of gay marriage nationwide have won even before April’s arguments.
March 11 2015
Court Ruling In Alabama May Tell All
Washington — The Supreme Court on Monday gave its strongest signal yet that advocates seeking the legalization of gay marriage nationwide have won even before April’s arguments.
March 11 2015
Republicans say court decision in immigration lawsuit underscores Obama overreach
WASHINGTON — House Speaker John Boehner says a federal judge's ruling temporarily blocking President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration underscores that he acted beyond his authority.
March 08 2015
Obama, Bush, civil rights icons retrace Selma march
Concrete, Washington
SELMA, Ala. (USA TODAY)— President Obama, speaking Saturday at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge, placed Selma in the pantheon of historical sites alongside Concord, Gettysburg and Kitty Hawk.Then Obama, joined by his wife Michelle and their daughters, walked hand-in-hand with one of the original Selma marchers, Rep. John, Lewis, D-Ga., across the 1,200-foot-long, steel-and-concrete bridge to ...
March 08 2015
'Why Tom Cotton is so frightening'
Clinton, Washington
Freshman Sen. Tom Cotton has long been a darling of the conservative hawks in Washington. But the left is taking notice, too, if with alarm rather than enthusiasm. Heather Digby Parton, writing in Salon under the headline I've quoted above, takes off from his "rot in hell" moment on detainees at Guantanamo: All the aging hawks can rest easy. The mantle of bloodthirsty warmongers has been passed ...
March 08 2015
Jury Finds Man Guilty of Raping 8 Year Old Girl
A Gallatin County jury finds Russell Bullock guilty of breaking into a garage and raping an 8 year-old girl asleep in a parked car in her family's garage.
March 08 2015
Bill to regulate dog breeders draws opposition inside chamber from industry rep
Marcus, Washington
Rep. Jim Sorvillo of Little Rock has told KTHV he will propose a bill to regulate dog breeders . Arkansas is infamous for its shoddy puppy mills, with grim raids on filthy kennels full of dead and dying animals seemingly a regular occurrence. Such as just last week in Warm Springs. But as animal cruelty wars of past years proved, the minute somebody starts talking about protecting dumb animals ...
March 07 2015
For these families, King v. Burwell is more than a Supreme Court case
Monitor, Washington
Before last year, if Jumaane Cook had a medical problem, he headed for the emergency room. In 2014, Mr. Cook says he was able to get health insurance for the first time in his adult life – a bronze plan with a $5,000 deductible from a Kaiser HMO that covers him and his son for a premium of about $200 a month. Cook, a property and casualty insurance salesman, pays $70 per month after qualifying ...
March 06 2015
Arguments on Obamacare’s future provide few clues about Supreme Court decision
Michael Carvin, 2nd R, lead attorney for the petitioners and partner at Jones Day, speaks to members of the media as Attorney General of Oklahoma Scott Pruitt, R, listen outside the U.S. Supreme Court after oral arguments March 4, 2015 in Washington, DC. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of King v. Burwell. Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images For the second time in three years, the ...
March 04 2015
Lawmakers gear up for Supreme Court Obamacare fray
By Richard Cowan WASHINGTON(Reuters) - War rooms of lawmakers and their aides in the U.S. Congress are working furiously to try to influence the Supreme Court's nine justices who will hear arguments on Wednesday on the future of President Barack Obama's landmark healthcare law. These informal working groups, staffed by Republican and Democratic members of Congress, have gone into high gear in ...
March 04 2015
Kentucky senator Paul’s outside-the-Beltway thinking draws voters
New Hampshire
WASHINGTON — Rand Paul is not who you might think he is. The libertarian viewpoints of the junior U.S. senator from Kentucky put him at ...
March 01 2015
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