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Wronged in Rapides 5 the Legal System

after my mother died and her property had been probated I Hired an Attorney to file a wrongful death suit and an annulment of my Mother’s Last Will and Testament because my stepdad changed my mother’s will and I know this 100% for sure.  1,386 more words

Corruption

OSU Wexner Medical Center pays another $800,000 in patient airway fire

From the Columbus Dispatch

Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center now has paid $2.25 million to the family of a man who died nearly four years after his airway caught fire during surgery. 191 more words

#Fail: Court Allows James Woods to Sue Twitter User

LOS ANGELES, CA – Everything has a price, even our words, and at least one member of the Twitterverse is being reminded of that by a well-known actor. 222 more words

NewsFix

Uber to pay $28.5M to settle safety ad lawsuits

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Uber said Thursday that it will pay $28.5 million to settle two lawsuits that said the ride-hailing firm misled customers about its safety procedures and fees. 418 more words

Technology

Immersion Sues Apple for Patent Infringement Over Touch Feedback

Haptic technology company Immersion has filed suit against Apple, claiming that the newest iPhones and Apple Watches infringe on its patents.

The suit, filed Thursday in federal district court in Delaware, alleges that Apple’s “3D touch” and “force touch” features infringe on Immersion’s patents for providing feedback when the screen of an electronic device is touched. 155 more words

Mobile

Uber Agrees to Pay $28.5 Million to Settle 'Safe Ride' Suits

Uber is seeking to settle two class-action lawsuits that allege the ride-hail company improperly marketed its safety record to passengers by charging them a flat fee for “safe rides.” It says it will pay $28.5 million to around 25 million passengers who paid the “safe ride fee,” which will amount to less than a dollar per passenger. 110 more words

Transportation

Morgan Stanley To Pay $3.2 Billion To Settle State & Federal Mortgage Cases

Almost exactly a year after Morgan Stanley agreed to pay $2.6 billion to close the books on a Department of Justice investigation related to it role in the subprime mortgage crisis, the company is set to pay another $3.2 billion to settle federal and state allegations that it deceived investors in toxic mortgage-backed securities. 184 more words