Federal Court Says Amazon Can Be Sued Over Defective ProductA federal appeals court has ruled that Amazon can be sued over a defective product sold by one of its third-party vendors.
Lawsuit: Troopers Detained Latinos Over Immigrant SuspicionsTen people are suing the state and Pennsylvania state troopers over allegations officers unlawfully detained them because they are Latino, to investigate their immigration status.
Ohio Man Settles $225,000 Lawsuit After Burning An American FlagAn attorney for a man arrested at the 2016 Republican National Convention while burning an American flag says Cleveland has agreed to pay his client $225,000 to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit.
Ohio Residents Sue Over Contamination From Uranium Plant SiteA federal lawsuit alleges that Ohio residents near a former uranium enrichment plant were exposed to radioactive contaminants that spread to other properties but weren't informed about it.
Lawsuit: Hospital Leaked Woman's Personal Info To Her Suspected Rapist, Who Then Assaulted Her AgainA hospital employee in Kansas is accused of leaking a patient's personal information to a suspected rapist, leading him to rape her a second time, according to a federal lawsuit.
Federal Lawsuit Filed Against AG KanePennsylvania's embattled attorney general is facing a retaliation lawsuit filed by career prosecutors who say she is using her office to wage a political feud over high-profile investigations and a raunchy government email ring.
Federal Lawsuit Filed Against City, Police Over Homewood AltercationA federal lawsuit has been filed against Pittsburgh Police in a case once reviewed by the Allegheny County District Attorney, who raised concerns about charges police filed against two Homewood men.
Feds: Pittsburgh Apartments Discriminated Against RentersThe Justice Department is suing the owners and on-site manager of a Pittsburgh-area apartment complex, saying black "testers" sent to rent apartments earlier this year were turned away, while whites were told apartments were available.
Man Shot, Paralyzed During Traffic Stop Files LawsuitA 20-year-old Shaler man who was shot and paralyzed during a traffic stop, has filed a federal lawsuit against Pittsburgh Police.