A prep school student must arbitrate her personal injury claims against the school and one of its teachers, the California Court of Appeal has ruled in reversing judgment.
The 1st Circuit has declined to revive a defamation suit brought by a Massachusetts woman who claims her life unraveled after allegedly being caught in bed with Barbara Walters’ daughter at an exclusive Connecticut boarding school back in 1983.
An employer could not be sued for negligently facilitating an extramarital affair between two employees, the North Dakota Supreme Court has ruled in affirming a dismissal.
The First Amendment bars a wrongful discharge lawsuit brought by a Catholic school principal, the Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled in reversing the denial of a motion to dismiss.
The “zone of physical danger” rule does not bar emotional distress claims brought by a man who alleged he was negligently misdiagnosed with HIV, the en banc D.C. Court of Appeals has ruled.
A millionaire California businessman has been ordered to pay his estranged wife $2.49 million after he gave her genital herpes he had allegedly contracted from extramarital activities.
A man who was subdued with a Taser during a traffic stop in Jackson, Wyo. is suing the town and police.
The parents of a stillborn child could sue their medical providers for negligent infliction of emotional distress, the Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled in reversing a summary judgment.
Saint Vincent Health Center has agreed to pay $1 million to settle an East Springfield couple’s claim that negligent emergency room care caused the death of their 4-year-old son in 2008.
Family members of a deceased have their own right of privacy in those death images and can sue police officers who disseminated photos of the accident that spread over the Internet, the California Court of Appeal has ruled in reversing a trial court.