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  • September 27, 2023

    Ex-Marvel Exec Can't Seek Punitive Damages In Hate Mail Row

    Former Marvel Entertainment chair Ike Perlmutter and his wife cannot seek punitive damages against a Palm Beach neighbor they accuse of secretly stealing and testing their DNA amid a decadelong hate mail feud, a Florida state appeals court ruled on Wednesday.

  • September 27, 2023

    Aearo Earplug Attys Push $7M Fee Bid For Ch. 11 Dismissal

    A group of law firms representing tort claimants in 3M subsidiary Aearo Technologies LLC's Chapter 11 case has fired back at a U.S. Trustee's objection to their motion seeking more than $7 million in fees, saying they made an important contribution to the dismissal of the Chapter 11 and the subsequent settlement. 

  • September 27, 2023

    Iowa Man Says DHS Detained Him Over Fake Birth Certificate

    An Iowa man has urged a Florida federal court not to dismiss his lawsuit against U.S. officials for detaining him over a fake Mexican birth certificate, saying that he is unlawfully being kept in a detention program even though an immigration judge ruled the government could not prove he wasn't a citizen.

  • September 27, 2023

    Golfer Patrick Reed's Defamation Suits Tossed By Fla. Judge

    Two sizable defamation lawsuits filed by Masters winner and current LIV golfer Patrick Reed were dismissed by a federal judge in Florida Wednesday, handing Reed a temporary defeat in a battle between him and commentators, publishers and news outlets that had criticized the defection of him and other golfers to the Saudi-backed LIV tour.

  • September 27, 2023

    On Deck In JPML: Major Cyberattack, Uber Sexual Assaults

    When the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation meets Thursday in Lexington, Kentucky, it will consider whether to centralize suits over a massive security breach that affected numerous banks and insurers, as well as suits against ride-hailing giant Uber concerning sexual assaults by drivers.

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