By Sudhin Thanawala | The Associated Press | September 25, 2023
"I was confused and I was angry because I didn't know what was going on," Randal Quran Reid told The Associated Press of his stay in a Georgia jail. "They couldn't give me any information outside of, 'You've got to wait for Louisiana to come take you,' and there was no timeline on that."
By Michael R. Sisak and Bobby Caina Calvan | September 25, 2023
A lawyer for New York Attorney General Letitia James tried to persuade a judge to hand down a summary judgment on the lawsuit's most significant claim: that former President Donald Trump committed fraud by inflating property values and exaggerating his net worth by as much as $3.6 billion on annual financial statements used by him and his company to secure financing.
By Ellen Bardash | September 25, 2023
"He was supposed to be their partner, but instead is a schemer and fraudster," stated the Delaware filing, which brings 14 claims including those citing fraud and breaching collective venture agreements.
By Allison Dunn | September 25, 2023
"Here, we have concluded that Wesco's contacts with Massachusetts are unrelated to the claims in this case, and that whatever indirect contact (if any) Wesco had with Massachusetts related to Pray's claims is insufficient to satisfy due process," Massachusetts Appeals Associate Justice Peter Sacks wrote for the unanimous three-judge panel.
By Brian Lee | September 25, 2023
The announcement indicates that there may be case-by-case exceptions, but whether and to what extent they will be made remains unknown at this time.
By Adriana Gomez Licon | September 25, 2023
"I do not worship politicians," Félix Llerena said. "They are simply doing their job. I do not defend political or partisan interests."
By Collin Binkley and Carole Feldman | September 25, 2023
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said legacy admissions must be revisited for the sake of diversity on campuses following the recent Supreme Court ruling against affirmative action.
By Dara Kam | September 25, 2023
Florida Gaming Control Commission's crackdown places season-long fantasy sports games in the crosshairs, just as the football season picks up.
By Colleen Murphy | September 25, 2023
This trend was first surfaced by Law.com Radar.
By Brian Lee | September 25, 2023
Diana Colón had been serving as Justice Initiatives' director of Judiciary Legal Services Division and as assistant deputy counsel in the OCA's Division of Professional and Court Services.
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