Accused NOPD officers reached settlement

The city has finally decided to settle the lawsuit against NOPD officers in drug planting lawsuit.In a shameful incident of its kind, at least three New Orleans police detectives were found involved in a drug racket. They were found to have planted the drugs — and uprooted the lives of innocent people.The accused are Steven Payne, Eric Smith and Earl Razor.

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Former Freedom Medical employee to pay compensation and serve prison time for stealing charges

A multi-million dollar lawsuit against Clifford Hall is finally solved. The lawsuit that charges him of steal hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of its equipment. This former employee of Freedom Medical in West Chester and several other employees have also rent the equipment to various entities as part of their own companies, court documents indicate after stealing. The loss of the equipment and the firm’s inability to meet customer demands because of the thefts sent the Freedom Medical spiraling toward bankruptcy.

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World’s famous videogame publisher sued by videogame fans

World’s leading videogame publisher, Electronic Arts, is being sued by videogame fans for the way it has handled the digital rights-management software built into its new game, Spore.

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Former Medtronic employees brought lawsuit against Physicians

Medical device maker Medtronic finds itself pulled into a whistleblower lawsuit filed more than 130 orthopedic spine surgeons, neurosurgeons, medical practices and distributors of taking kickbacks from Medtronic for using their products, promoting off-label use of FDA-approved medical devices and filing Medicare claims in violation of the False Claims Act, among other things.

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Nebraska forced to change the abandoned child protection law

Nebraska has decided to change the new law that aimed to protect abandoned infants.The legislature has decided to take the law after receiving some misuse of the law.

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US faces more personal injuries lawsuits from Universities

Syracuse University decides to move to the court against the O’Connor in a personal injury lawsuit. The University is set for a pre-trial conference today and will begin trial at the end of October in the Albany Civil Supreme Court.

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Indias dowry law will soon be reviewed by Women and Child Development (WCD) Ministry

The dowry law 498A has taken a shape of gender war, with 30 men’s group from Goa saying that it should be diluted, and many groups of women campaigners saying that, no it should not be diluted and should be kept as it is.

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Iraq’s prime minister asked legislators to resume quota for Christians

In response to the protest by the Christians, the Iraq’s prime minister Nouri al-Maliki sought safeguards for small religious communities as Christians protested parliament’s decision to stop setting aside seats for minorities on provincial councils.

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UM and Marlin Air decided to go for a settlement

The lawsuit between the The University of Michigan and the operator of its Survival Flight aircraft, Marlin Air, Inc. The lawsuit was filed by the Belleville-based Marlin Air, Inc.after the UM has terminated its contract with the company.

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Whistleblower lawsuit against Medtronic comes to settlement

Medtronic Inc has decided to go for a settlement in the lawsuit filed against the company in 2006 for allegedly paying parks to the doctors. The Wall Street Journal reported the settlement money to be around $40 million.

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