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COULD HOBSON BEARING BEAR THIS?

Court Grants Judgment In Favor Of EEOC in Lawsuit Alleging Retaliation Parties Agree Hobson Bearings' Lawsuit Against Former Employee Violated Equal Pay Act A federal judge in U.S. District Court ...
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RIDE THEFT

After it was reported that he had pulled a gun on a livery cab driver, Terry Grimes was arrested, a gun and some ammunition were recovered, and charges were filed. When the criminal case was later ...
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SOME SPECIAL AGENT

Former EPA-CID Special Agent Charged with Perjury and Obstruction of Justice A former Special Agent with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Criminal Investigation Division (CID) in Dallas, ...
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TIRED?

After he was wrongfully accused of stealing four tires from a Wal-Mart service station, Henry Britt brought a case against the company and its manager for false arrest and malicious prosecution. When ...
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ALL NIGHT LONG

In memory of his deceased dad, Michael Basset threw a party at the Milton Fire House, where alcohol was served. When a young attendee later got into an accident, Basset was charged with "unlawfully ...
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METLIFE RUMBLE

After Sandy LoFaso punched an off-duty cop in the face, the security officers at the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company broke up the fight and summoned the police. (LoFaso was arrested for assault.) ...
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WHAT AN ESTATE OF AFFAIRS!

In Estate of Saul Schneider v. Finmann, Saul Schneider supposedly transferred his life insurance policy from a limited liability partnership to himself, upon the advice of Victor Finmann P.C. A year ...
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MATCH GAME?

In Abdul-Aziz v. City of New York, a New York City Police Officer was shot while executing a search warrant. Initially, the officer couldn't identify his assailant but another cop at the scene ...
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WHY BLOCK A RECREATIONAL AREA?

In Barrett v. Watkins, Robert Barrett and others sued NY-GEN for allowing Woodstone Development to block access to a recreational area. NY-GEN, a company licensed by the Federal Energy Regulatory ...
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BUT WHAT HAPPENED TO THE DOG?

In Krzyzak v. Schaefer, after Robert Krzyzak contacted police and animal control officials and alleged that Terri Schaefer (or a member of her family) poisoned his dog, Schaefer filed a criminal ...
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"WASTE MY TIME, MAKE ME SICK, AND I'LL SUE!"

Here's an unusual case for you. The Appellate Term, 2nd and 11th Judicial Districts, recently examined a lawsuit where the plaintiff sought damages for "harassment," "defamation," ...
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HOW LONG HAVE YOU GOT?

Normally, we don't know when our time is up. But, the law does afford us some degree of certainty. When someone is injured in an accident or otherwise suffers damage or loss, there is a limited period ...
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