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November Verdicts Include Sriracha Peppers, Swinging Water Pitchers

From hot peppers to upset defendents swinging water pitchers, here are some of the most notable verdicts from November.


McDonald’s Settles in Record-breaking Class-action Compensation Lawsuit

McDonald's will pay $26 million to settle a lawsuit after workers complained its timekeeping program robbed them of overtime, hindered breaks and forced them to pay to have uniforms cleaned. So reports America Online.


NBA's Sterling Brown Unlikely to Settle with Milwaukee Over Tasing: Attorney

Milwaukee Bucks Guard Sterling Brown is unlikely to settle with the City of Milwaukee over a tasing incident. The basketball player’s attorney called the city’s $400,000 offer “a sham.” So reports WISN12.


NH Lawyer in Hot Water Over $895K in Unreturned Funds

New Hampshire lawyer John L. Allen, who has been reportedly flying under the radar, had his law license suspended after clients complained he hasn’t handed over $895,000 in trust funds. So reports the Union Leader.


NYC Handyman Lawsuit: I Got Sick from Rat Feces

Robert Petersen, a New York City handyman, claims he became sick due to insufficient safety gear when a “ceiling full rats” and feces fell on him. Now, after being fired, he’s suing his former employer. So reports The New York Post.


Ohio State Coaches, Officials Didn’t Protect Students from Dr. Strauss’ Sex Abuse: Lawsuit

Ohio State University is facing a new lawsuit alleging coaches and other school officials failed in their duty to protect those at the school from sexual assaults by team doctor Richard Strauss. So reports NBC News.


Blogger Nabs $345K Settlement After Arrest for Photographing OD Scene

Avi Adelman, a photojournalist and blogger, won a $345,000 settlement from the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) system after being arrested for taking pictures of someone being treated for a drug overdose. So reports PetaPixel.


Couple Sues Airbnb Owner Over Alleged Hidden Sex Cams

A couple staying in a San Diego Airbnb has filed a lawsuit against the home's owners after claiming there were hidden cameras in the converted garage housing the pair. So reports an NBC San Diego.


Kentucky Man Wins Right to 'Im God' Vanity Plate in 1st Amendment Case

Kentucky resident Ben Hart will be able to use a license plate that reads "IM GOD" after being denied the right by the state's Division of Motor Vehicles. So reports WKU Public Radio.


Coalition of States Sues Federal Government Over Fuel-efficiency Standards

A coalition of 24 states led by California filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency in hopes a federal court will block the Trump Administration from nullifying California's ability to set stricter fuel-efficiency standards. So reports The Indianapolis Business Journal.


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