WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - Lawsuits filed by disabled plaintiffs rose 8.8 percent in 2019 as plaintiffs attorneys continued to churn out novel discrimination complaints, according to the law firm Seyfarth Shaw LLP.
MIAMI — A Miami collector's lawsuit against a Florida-based coin certification service is on its way back to a Miami-Dade court after a state appeals panel ruled that a venue clause in the certification service's online guarantee does require the dispute be litigated in Sarasota County.
MIAMI — A woman's claim against a cruise line that she suffered a shoulder injury during an iFly activity in 2017 is moving closer to its spring trial date following a federal judge's ruling earlier this month.
MIAMI (Legal Newsline) - Marketing executives for the Florida Panthers devised a campaign that sent multiple unwanted messages to cell phones in violation of a federal communications act, a lawsuit is alleging.
NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – A Florida attorney is seeking more than $30 million in his suit against the global law firm Baker Botts and one of its partners over allegations he was the victim of the firm's extortion and threats.
ATLANTA - An Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals panel refused to rule that Hilton Grand Vacations and Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency used autodialers to repeatedly contact customers with robocalls, despite voicing displeasure with the companies doing so.
WEST PALM BEACH — A three-judge panel reversed a decision by a lower court and ruled that an Island Hospitality Florida Management employee took the proper steps to start a workers' compensation claim.