AT&T to pay $60M in settlement for slowing cellphone data

AT&T will pay $60 million to resolve U.S. allegations it misled millions of smartphone customers by charging them for “unlimited” data plans that reduced data speeds if they used too much, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said on ...

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$28.5M Settlement for Special Needs Student Hit By Vehicle

VICTORVILLE, Calif. ­– Attorneys Rahul Ravipudi, Paul Traina and Ian Samson of Panish Shea & Boyle LLP and Bobby Saadian and Jonathan Teller of Wilshire Law Firm have obtained an $28,500,000 settlement for Fabian Sanchez, a special ...

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Norfolk Southern Hit With $5.5M Verdict for Injured Engineer

A Columbus Georgia, jury awarded $5.5 million to a locomotive engineer injured when a van taking him to the rail yard was hit by a car that ran a stop sign, leaving him with an injured spine and shoulder. The verdict was not against the ...

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Post-judgment interest to IBM on $49.5M award

Post-judgment interest on a $49.5 million judgment in IBM’s case with the state of Indiana runs from the judgment on remand, not from the date of the original 2012 judgment, Indiana’s Supreme Court ruled. “We hold that post-judgment ...

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Bill Taylor testimony ‘reverberating’ among House Republicans

Post-judgment interest on a $49.5 million judgment in IBM’s case with the state of Indiana runs from the judgment on remand, not from the date of the original 2012 judgment, Indiana’s Supreme Court ruled. “We hold that post-judgment ...

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Kids Brought Guns to School 3,272 Times Last Year

During the 2016-2017 academic year, the National Center for Education Statistics recorded 3,272 instances where kids brought guns to school. The Center has not released any statistics since. “There’s a major problem with ...

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