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Elderly Patients Sue UnitedHealth for Using Faulty AI to Gatekeep Claims

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq. | Last updated on

A class action lawsuit was recently filed against UnitedHealth for the company's use of artificial intelligence in place of humans to assess approvals in medical care. Let's explore the details of the suit, the legal claims, and what we can expect. Policyholders vs. Insurance Company The defendants were collectively…

Johns Hopkins Hospital to Pay $261 million to Kowalski Family for Not 'Taking Care of Maya'

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq. | Last updated on

If you're a Netflix junkie, you might have caught the popular documentary Taking Care of Maya. Or you might have seen headlines in the past few years about the tragic case of the little girl that is the subject of the film: Maya Kowalski. The legal controversy around Maya's…

Elijah McClain: Trials End with Mixed Results for Colorado Police Officers Charged in Black Man's Death

By T. Evan Eosten Fisher, Esq. | Last updated on

On Nov. 6, Nathan Woodyard, another police officer accused of criminal behavior in connection with the 2019 death of Elijah McClain, was found not guilty of all charges arising from his involvement in the tragic incident. The killing of McClain, an unarmed Black man, gained national…

Georgia Supreme Court Upholds Abortion Ban

By T. Evan Eosten Fisher, Esq. | Last updated on

Last month, the Georgia Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the state's six-week abortion ban, a ruling that preserves the status quo in the state. There is effectively no legal access to the procedure. The ruling did not come as a surprise to those who have followed the legal battle…

Does Tennessee's Prosecution of HIV-Positive Sex Workers Unlawfully Discriminate?

By T. Evan Eosten Fisher, Esq. | Last updated on

In a recently announced lawsuit, advocacy groups are challenging the legality of Tennessee's criminal statute that enhances penalties for sex workers with HIV. The law, passed in 1991, elevates what would normally be a misdemeanor offense of prostitution to a felony charge of “aggravated prostitution" for those offenders who…

Think of the Children: Meta in Court

By A.J. Firstman | Last updated on

The attorneys general for 42 states have filed a group complaint against Meta, the owner of the ubiquitous social media platforms Facebook and Instagram. The complaint, filed in late October 2023, alleges that the company's products have caused severe harm to the collective psyche of America's youth, exacerbating –…

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