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Hilton couple wins $2M verdict from Harley-Davidson

A Hilton couple that was seriously injured when their Harley-Davidson motorcycle crashed has won a jury verdict of more than $2 million against the iconic American company because of a defective part. “It’s a horrible story of a company that ...

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Ex-CIA officer convicted of leaking secrets to reporter


UPDATE: For years, ex-CIA case officer Jeffrey Sterling was the one under indictment but prosecutors’ primary focus of pursuit was journalist Jeffrey Risen. Prosecutors believed Sterling leaked details to Risen about one of the government’s most closely held secrets: a ...

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Second Circuit — Verdict: ING Global v. United Parcel Service Oasis Supply Corporation

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Verdict Attorney Fees — Manifest Injustice ING Global v. United Parcel Service Oasis Supply Corporation 13-489-cv Judges Pooler, Parker and Wesley Background: The plaintiff appealed from an order that set aside a ...

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Jury awards $126.6M in verdict

A New York woman who claims she sat unattended in a hospital for hours while medical personnel negligently failed to diagnose her heart attack has won a $126.6 million jury verdict. Debora Sohl, an office manager and former horse trainer, ...

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What does Apple verdict mean for you?

NEW YORK — Apple’s $1 billion court victory over Samsung poses a lot of questions for consumers. Will Samsung phones still be available for sale? Will they be more expensive? Will owners of existing phones need to worry? A federal ...

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Firm wins $121.5M ‘triple malpractice’ verdict

In a rare case of triple malpractice, a jury has awarded $121.5 million against three hospitals that treated a patient during a one-month period that began with an office visit for seizure medication, progressed to a severe allergic skin reaction ...

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Student acquitted of homicide in fraternity slaying

A judge has ruled that a college student from New York City acted in self-defense when he fatally stabbed a classmate at a fraternity party in Rochester. After a non-jury trial, Monroe County Judge John DeMarco acquitted Daren Venable ...

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Verdict due in cat marinating case

BUFFALO — A verdict is expected in the animal cruelty case of a suburban Buffalo man police say was marinating his cat in the trunk of his car. A Buffalo City Court judge reserved decision Wednesday afternoon on the misdemeanor case ...

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Fosamax verdict reduced, counsel sanctioned

An $8 million verdict for a plaintiff who suffered from osteonecrosis of the jaw after taking Fosamax is excessive, and the plaintiff must choose between a new trial on damages or a remittitur to $1.5 million, a U.S. District Court has ruled.

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