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Lawsuit Challenges Wisconsin's Absence of Electronic Voting for Disabled Voters

By Melanie Rauch, JD | Last updated on

A significant legal challenge has emerged in Wisconsin as a group of voters with disabilities, supported by Disability Rights Wisconsin and the League of Women Voters, has filed a lawsuit demanding electronic absentee voting options. This legal action, initiated in Dane…

Superfund Showdown in Court Over Montana Asbestos Case

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq. | Last updated on

Residents of a Montana town are suing a railroad company owned by Berkshire Hathaway and Warren Buffet, alleging asbestos contamination caused by the railroad's operations. The contamination is linked to a vermiculite mine near the Canada border that produced asbestos-laced insulation for decades. There's a lot going on in…

Amanda Knox Confronts Slander Accusations in Italy

By Melanie Rauch, JD | Last updated on

Amanda Knox, whose criminal case was one of the most followed legal dramas of the last several decades, is back in the headlines. This time, she faces a slander trial in Italy, years after being exonerated for the murder of Meredith Kercher, her roommate while studying abroad. Unlike the…

Lawsuit Over FDA Ivermectin Social Media Posts Settles

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq. | Last updated on

“You are not a horse.” Sound familiar? If you remember seeing this message a couple of years ago, you probably caught one of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) social media campaigns about COVID-19. In the middle of the pandemic, the FDA thought it would be effective to make…

Bank of America Faces Legal Challenges Over Overdraft Fees and Pandemic Relief Promises

By Melanie Rauch, JD | Last updated on

Bank of America Corp. is currently embroiled in legal challenges due to its practices around overdraft fees and allegations of breaking promises to provide financial relief during the COVID-19 pandemic. This controversy has led to a $75 million preliminary settlement over multiple overdraft fees and a lawsuit concerning the…

Arizona Supreme Court Revives 1864 Law Banning Abortion

By Melanie Rauch, JD | Last updated on

In a bold move, the Arizona Supreme Court has breathed new life into a long-dormant statute dating back to 1864 that nearly outlaws all abortion within the state. This ruling not only alters Arizona's legal landscape significantly but also positions the state at the epicenter…

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