State law allowed a plaintiff to sue to recover damages for an alleged broken promise of employment regarding a job that was terminable at will, the Oregon Supreme Court has ruled in reversing a summary judgment.
State law allows the user of a generic drug to sue the maker of the name-brand drug for fraudulent misrepresentation, the Alabama Supreme Court has ruled in answering a certified question from a U.S. District Court.
A Missouri jury has returned a $4.1 million verdict against a Kansas City dealer and his car dealership in a state Merchandising Practices Act case.
When we first met Paula Bonhomme last year, she was getting a second chance to sue an Illinois woman for posing as a man in an online romantic relationship that took a definitely creepy turn. Last week, the Illinois Supreme Court had the final say as to whether Bonhomme had a viable legal claim.
The news was not good.
The user of a social networking website can seek damages for the emotional injuries she allegedly suffered after establishing an online relationship with a man who turned out to be the fictional creation of a woman, the Illinois Appellate Court has ruled in reversing a dismissal.
Career Education Corp. said that it will pay about $40 million to settle lawsuits filed by students in one of its culinary schools.