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CPS Seized Her Kids. She Got Them Back – And $700,000, Too

From Off the Grid News, by Daniel Jennings

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Officials in Riverside County, Calif., have agreed to pay a family $700,000 as part of a federal civil rights lawsuit that was filed after Child Protective Services (CPS) seized a seven-year-old boy and a four-year-old girl. 612 more words

Tyranny

Η οικογένεια του Π.Παντελίδη μηνύει τη Φρόσω Κυριάκου για ανθρωποκτονία από αμέλεια 

ΝΕΑ ΤΡΟΠΗ ΣΤΗΝ ΤΡΑΓΙΚΗ ΥΠΟΘΕΣΗ

Έρχονται στο φως νέα στοιχεία για το δυστύχημα του Παντελή Παντελίδη. Νέες καταθέσεις και πορίσματα ανατρέπουν συνεχώς τα δεδομένα. 

LIFESTYLE

YG Getting Sued Big By Poet For Stealing His Words

Poet Henry Richard Russell is suing YG for using his words on the My Krazy Life singles ‘Who Do You Love?’ and ‘Bicken Back Being Bool’ and then not paying him. 142 more words

News

Alibaba sues sellers of fake Swarovski watches in crackdown

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd sued two vendors it said used the company’s Taobao website to sell counterfeit Swarovski watches, just weeks after the site was labelled a haven for knockoffs by US regulators. 522 more words

Money Matters

Was SnapChat eyeing out Eyebobs' logo? I smell lawsuit! #SMEM #SnapChat

Sounds like SnapChat is getting sued by Eye Bobs.

I guess I can kinda see it, but they are in a total different business right? 34 more words

JonBenet Ramsey's Brother Files $750 Million Defamation Lawsuit Against CBS

JonBenet Ramsey‘s brother Burke isn’t playing around! The now 29-year-old has filed a $750 million defamation lawsuit against CBS, a production company, and seven investigators involved in  108 more words

Features

What Are Some Common Reasons Companies are Sued?


If your company is sued, you need to get in touch with an Orange County corporate litigation attorney immediately. A lawsuit could damage the reputation of your business, could cost you money to defend against, and could result in a verdict against your business and in favor of the plaintiff. 27 more words