“This was a bad accident that involving several deaths and many more injuries. Whenever something like this happens, I think it is expected that there will eventually be litigation. The litigation about this accident has already started. Train accident: June 22, 2009 at 5:02 p.m. First lawsuit filed: June 24, 2009. Two days later. The legal system generally moves like global climate change- slowly and inexorably. A lawsuit being filed two days after the injury is very, very fast.”
Archive for June, 2009
“The HSUS traced shipments of more than 15,000 puppies from massive commercial puppy brokers to over 95 percent of Petland stores in the past few months. Some Petland stores were even still buying from puppy mills that The HSUS named and exposed as part of its initial 8-month Petland investigation last year. Two Petland stores were documented buying puppies from the facility of convicted puppy mill operator, Kathy Bauck in New York Mills, Minn. Bauck was convicted in March of three counts of animal torture and one count of animal cruelty. ”
“Canadian company specializing in Internet porn is being sued by Facebook amid allegations it hacked the popular social networking website’s computers and tried to access the personal information of users, court documents show. A numbered Ontario company, which does business online under the name SlickCash, along with several people in the Toronto area, are named in an amended complaint filed by Facebook in San Jose, Calif. ”
“Several Washington cities are issuing bogus red-light camera tickets, motorists say in a class action in King County Court. The class claims the “fake tickets” are issued by private companies that operate the cameras and affix an electronic signature of a police officer.
The class claims the tickets contains misleading and incomplete information about how to contest them.”