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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
May Help Explain Why NFL is Trying to Shield NCAA From Liability
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
In a situation shockingly similar to that at Penn State, and perhaps also at Pima Community College, a responsible official apparently breached a legal duty to protect others, and failed to take action necessary to prevent a subsequent tragedy
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
NYTimes food columnist Mark Bittman is only the latest expert to acknowledge the addictive nature of many fast foods, and to recommend political action -- not just education -- to counter the second biggest cause of unnecessary health care costs.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Cigarette companies claiming that it's unconstitutional to require them to advise the public with graphic health warnings seem to forget that this is exactly what happened more than 40 years ago

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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Doctor Dragged Screaming From Plane Should Sue United Airlines For Civil Damages
By Brooks Hilliard, Computer & Software Expert Witnes
Today’s complex computer and software systems can fail, and when they do it can result in significant financial losses or even injury or death due to a system or component failure. In such cases, careful and impartial analysis and forensics.
12279970
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
May Help Explain Why NFL is Trying to Shield NCAA From Liability
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Public Interest Law Professor's Suggestion That Commuters SUE THE BASTARDS Over Bridgegate Has Borne Fruit - At Least Two Major Class Action Law Suits Have Already Been Filed, and Many More Are Probably on the Way
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Pre-Trial Discovery, With Required Document Disclosure and Mandatory Testimony Under Oath, May Be the Best Way to Uncover All The Facts and Expose All Those Who Are Guilty
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Class Action Civil Law Suits For Wrongful Death, False Imprisonment, and Other Torts Could Recover Massive Damages to Punish Wrongdoers, and Uncover Additional Information About Christie Role
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
In a situation shockingly similar to that at Penn State, and perhaps also at Pima Community College, a responsible official apparently breached a legal duty to protect others, and failed to take action necessary to prevent a subsequent tragedy
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
A University of Colorado psychiatrist who was mailed a notebook "full of details about how he was going to kill people" by alleged "Joker" killer James Holmes may be sued for negligent failure to take appropriate steps to prevent the rampage - Expert
By Structured Settlement Institute
JG Wentworth parent JGWPT Holdings has been accused of engaging in widespread deceptive trade practices in a recently filed lawsuit.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Several jurisdictions - including Huntington Park, Sonoma County, Compton, Baldwin Park, Glendale, Pasadena and Calabasas - as well as a much larger number of public housing commissions and authorities, have banned smoking in private apartment units
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
"Occupy Wall Street" [OWS] protesters who plan to "shut down" Wall Street and more could be subject to massive civil liability for torts ranging from false imprisonment to civil tort conspiracy, says public interest law professor John Banzhaf
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
NYTimes food columnist Mark Bittman is only the latest expert to acknowledge the addictive nature of many fast foods, and to recommend political action -- not just education -- to counter the second biggest cause of unnecessary health care costs.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
At that time, Garvey will be asked to explain why requiring students to live in sex-segregated dormitories does not constitute illegal sex discrimination under a statute which permits discrimination only when it is absolutely necessary.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Cigarette companies claiming that it's unconstitutional to require them to advise the public with graphic health warnings seem to forget that this is exactly what happened more than 40 years ago
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Although served with a formal legal complaint charging illegal sex discrimination by forcing all on-campus students to reside in sex-segregated dorms, CU has refused repeated requests from the media to justify their legal position
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Catholic University's President John Garvey has been served with a notarized formal legal complaint charging that his plan to segregate all of CU's dormitories on the basis of gender constitutes illegal sex discrimination under the Human Rights Act
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
The George Washington University Law School, in a remarkable coincidence, has been tied to three famous (or infamous) law suits against McDonald's, as well as three different movies, one of which is premiering on HBO Monday evening.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Texas has revived a bill that would make it illegal for TSA agents to engage in “intrusive touching” without probable cause, but the bill could be made stronger by using tort law now that courts have seemingly upheld suits against the agency,
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Catholic University has received an intent-to-sue legal notice, suggesting that its plan to gender-segregate all of its dormitories would constitute illegal sex discrimination under the District of Columbia's Human Rights Act
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
While Texas's efforts to pass a law to fight groping by TSA employees may have been derailed by federal threats to shut down its air space, law suits based upon existing tort law theories have now been shown to be viable new weapons, says expert
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
At a shareholders meeting today, McDonald's will consider a proposal to retire their mascot Ronald, someone who is a legal, public relations, and even religious liability, says the man behind two law suits against the golden arches.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Toyota suffered a loss when a judge refused to dismiss sudden acceleration lawsuits, and upheld claims based upon economic loss, but an earlier lawsuit and a major study strongly suggest that the plaintiffs will need new theories of legal liability
By AJPESQ
An Opa Locka City Commissioner at the April 27th, 2011 regular Commission meeting, proposed the termination of any city employee's employment if that employee files a lawsuit against the City
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
In France, apparently for the first time, a nonsmoker has successfully sued her employer and won money damages for being exposed to tobacco smoke in the workplace. This victory follows a long string of successful legal actions in the U.S.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
The law suit charging Taco Bell with false advertising regarding its beef is reminiscent of a suit against McDonald's over its beef claims which McDonald's originally derided as "frivolous," but which it was forced to pay $12.5 million to settle
By Lear Werts LLP
Lear Werts LLP has filed a lawsuit against the City of Columbia for the negligence of one of the City’s bus drivers seeking compensation on behalf of a Sturgeon, Missouri woman who was injured in a car wreck on Old Highway 63 in Columbia, Missouri.
By Law Offices of Steven C. Vondran
Wells fargo sells worthless junior lien at a foreclosure sale and then forecloses on the senior lien - deceptively reaping the benefits of valuable home improvements!
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
It may have taken the threat of a sex discrimination law suit by the "Father of Potty Parity," but Jon Stewart's threat to use "unenclosed toilets," and to provide shovels to rally participants needing to relieve themselves, has ended.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Jon Stewart's threat to have unenclosed toilets at his "Rally to Restore Sanity" has been met with the threat of a law suit by the "Father of Potty Parity," says a law professor whose acts brought more gender-neutral potties to the Obama Inauguration
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
One of the country's largest e-cigarette [e-cig] companies has been forced to make major concessions to settle a law suit which threatened to put it out of business, says Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), America's first antismoking organization.

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