(WASHINGTON) -- New York Attorney General Letitia James wants to accelerate her $250 million fraud lawsuit against former President Donald Trump, his children, his company, and two of its executives. James, in a letter to the state's chief administrative judge, signaled her intention to push... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- A federal appeals court issued a ruling Tuesday that could delay a former magazine columnist's defamation lawsuit against former President Donald Trump. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned an earlier district court decision that said the United States government could... Read More.
The buzzy, based-on-real-life Netflix series Inventing Anna has spawned some real-life drama in the form of a defamation suit. The series centered on Anna "Delvey" Sorokin, who was eventually convicted for fleecing people while she lived the high life, posing as a European heiress. The... Read More.
(BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn.) -- A passenger sitting next to Duante Wright during his police-involved killing, has filed suit against the city of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, and ex-officer Kim Potter for the injuries and trauma she says was caused by the incident. Alayna Albrecht-Payton, 21, is... Read More.
Lawyers for Amber Heard made it official on Thursday and filed a motion in a Virginia court to appeal the June verdict in the Johnny Depp defamation case. A jury had decided Heard "maliciously" defamed the Pirates of the Caribbean star in a Washington Post... Read More.
(SARASOTA COUNTY, Fla.) -- A Florida judge told lawyers for the parents of Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie that he will make a decision on whether he will dismiss a civil lawsuit brought by the Petitos in the next few weeks. The two sides... Read More.
(NOTE CONTENT) In a Virginia courtroom today, attorneys for Amber Heard were unsuccessful in their motion to lobby Judge Penny Azcarate to dismiss the $50 million defamation lawsuit leveled against the actress by her ex-husband Johnny Depp. As reported, Depp is alleging a 2018 op-ed... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A unanimous Supreme Court on Friday dealt a setback to three Muslim Americans who are trying to sue the FBI for religious discrimination over surveillance in their place of worship after 9/11. The narrow opinion, written by Justice Samuel Alito, reverses an appeals... Read More.