Female lawyers accusing Jones Day of nationwide pay discrimination knew their sex bias claims lacked factual support yet continued to baselessly pursue them anyway, the firm told the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia Friday.
US Airways Inc. employees who trade shifts aren’t entitled to overtime pay for added shifts because of an exemption for the airline and railway industries in California labor law, the Ninth Circuit said Friday.
As Bayer AG girds for two more trials over its Roundup weed killer, lawyers for consumers are angling to build on their first three courtroom victories that resulted in damages awards totaling $191 million.
Attorneys general from nine states urged a federal judge to toss out Google’s $13 million settlement of a class-action lawsuit blaming its Street View mapping technology for a massive violation of consumer privacy.
Women who were previously incarcerated at the Wayne County Jail in Michigan convinced a federal judge to grant class certification in their suit alleging they were subjected to unconstitutional group strip searches.