March 20, 2013 by John David in Litigation, Privacy
  • Comments Off on Georgia Doctor Files Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Against Tanner Medical Center; Complaint Alleges Racketeering, Eavesdropping, Infliction of Emotional Distress

Georgia Doctor Files Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Against Tanner Medical Center; Complaint Alleges Racketeering, Eavesdropping, Infliction of Emotional Distress

ATLANTA (March 20, 2013) – Prominent Georgia psychiatrist Randy Warner this week filed an amended lawsuit against Tanner Medical Center alleging racketeering, fraudulent billing, wire fraud, invasion of privacy and the infliction of emotional distress among other misdeeds.  The lawsuit, filed in Superior Court of Carroll County by attorney Gary

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September 05, 2012 by John David in Litigation

Colorado Springs Prisoners File Appeal for Violation of Constitutional Rights; Six Men Convicted in Software Fraud Case Demand New Trial and Immediate Release

Colorado Springs, Colo. (Sept. 5, 2012) – Six Colorado Springs men serving prison sentences for fraud following the government raid of their software company recently filed motions for release pending appeal.  According to legal filings, Kendrick Barnes, Gary L. Walker, Demetrius K. Harper, Clinton A. Stewart, David A. Zirpolo and

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July 24, 2012 by John David in Litigation, Privacy, Sexual Harassment

Judge to Hear Critical Motion in “Racy Texts” Lawsuit Wednesday; Privacy Suit Against City of Homestead, Council Members Heats Up

WHAT:  Judge Lester Langer will preside over the City of Homestead’s motion for summary judgment in the lawsuit filed by former Homestead Deputy City Manager Johanna Faddis against the city and six sitting council members.  Faddis claims the city and council violated her privacy when they released copies of private

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April 24, 2012 by John David in Copyright, Intellectual Property, Litigation

ePropertySites Files Copyright Lawsuit Against Listings-to-Leads, LLC; Leading Real Estate Marketing Site Says Competitor Copied Source Code

ALISO VIEJO, Calif., (April 24, 2012) – ePropertySites, LLC today announced that it has filed a lawsuit against Henderson, Nev.-based Listings-To-Leads, LLC alleging numerous copyright and trade dress violations.  ePropertySites.com, a leading real estate marketing firm that enables real estate agents to produce high quality commercials and marketing materials online

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April 02, 2012 by John David in Litigation, Uncategorized

Central Florida Mother Seeks Justice After Second Son Dies In Police Custody; Video Footage Available of Officers Firing Tasers at Unarmed Victim

ORLANDO, Fla. (April 2, 2012) – Attorney Kelsay Patterson today released video surveillance footage documenting the excessive force used by police officers being sued for the wrongful death of Preston Bussey, III in 2009.  Bussey’s mother and Cocoa, Fla.-resident J. Pearl Bussey-Morice filed a federal lawsuit in Orlando against the

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March 09, 2012 by John David in Litigation

Navajos Sue BNSF Railway After Contracting Lung Disease; Former Railroad Workers Exposed to Toxic Asbestos, Quartz and Silica

WINDOW ROCK, ARIZ., March 9, 2012 – Four former railroad workers, all suffering from diagnosed cases of lung disease, recently filed a lawsuit against BNSF Railway alleging exposure to dusty work conditions which resulted in damage to their lungs and respiratory systems. Navajo Nation members Andrew Ashley of Houck, Ariz.,

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March 08, 2012 by John David in Litigation

Judge to Hear Arguments Friday in Lawsuit Between Bloggers & Huffington Post; AOL-Owned News Website Refuses to Pay Contributors

NEW YORK, March 8, 2012 – The unpaid writers will get their first day in court this Friday when U.S. District Judge John G. Koeltl hears oral arguments on a motion by the Huffington Post to dismiss a class action lawsuit filed by uncompensated bloggers who gave the popular news

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February 23, 2012 by John David in Settlements

Florida Capitol Complex to be ADA Compliant Following Legal Settlement; Accessibility Advocate Successfully Negotiates Changes at State Buildings

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Feb. 23, 2012 – The State of Florida Capitol Complex will soon be ADA compliant following a settlement between an accessibility advocate and the Florida Department of Management Services. Denny Wood, president of the Florida Paraplegic Association, filed suit against the State of Florida last year seeking

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February 15, 2012 by John David in Litigation

BNSF Railway Sued for Wrongful Death from Asbestos Exposure in New Mexico; Estate of Former Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Worker Seeks Damages

LOS LUNAS, N.M. – Feb. 15, 2012 – Last week, the estate of a former New Mexico railroad employee sued BNSF Railway alleging wrongful death, due to asbestos exposure, of locomotive repair shop worker Santiago Riley.  During 13 years of employment from 1942-1955 at railroad facilities in New Mexico and

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