After being accused of targeting children in its advertising, US e-cigarette maker Juul Labs said on Tuesday that it has settled with roughly 10,000 plaintiffs in California.
Court records reveal that victims of the Uvalde school shooting, which left 21 people dead, have filed a lawsuit against local and state police, the city, and other school and law enforcement authorities demanding $27 billion due to delays in confronting the attacker.
A California Jury Awarded $1 Million To A Student Who Was Bullied In Middle School Because Her School Did Not Provide Enough Protection
A California jury decided last week that a school district should pay a student $1 million in damages after finding that the system should have protected the teenager from bullies when she was enrolled in middle school but did not.
A policy that forces teachers to conceal from parents their children's gender pronouns and transitions is the subject of a legal challenge brought by a coalition of six parents and teachers against the Harrisonburg City Public Schools.
The parents of four students who were wounded in the Uvalde, Texas, elementary school shooting are suing the shooter.
Massachusetts: Teacher Awarded Nearly $1 Million By A Federal Judge, School Violated The Americans With Disabilities Act
A former teacher in Springfield was awarded over $1 million by a federal jury after it was determined that the school district in that city did not provide appropriate facilities to meet the former teacher's medical requirements. As a result, the former teacher was essentially forced out of a profession that she had held for more than three decades.
“GumGate”: Family Files Lawsuit Against Tennessee School District Looking To Prohibit Chewing Gum And Eating In The Classroom
A Jane Doe and her parents have filed a new lawsuit in Tennessee, requesting that chewing gum and eating be prohibited in schools.