Recent Articles from BridgeTower Media Newswires
A family dispute over ownership of four Norman Rockwell illustrations given to Franklin Roosevelt’s longtime press secretary 80 years ago has been resolved.
Access to justice in “legal deserts” is limited for those who are too poor or have too far to travel to find a lawyer to handle matters, often routine, of basic human need.
According to a recently released report, U.S. consumers plan to allocate nearly a quarter of their holiday budget on “immersive” experiences.
A Boston managing partner who was overheard “feeding” answers to his client during a remote deposition has been issued a public reprimand.
A federal jury awarded nearly $1.79 billion in a class-action lawsuit against the National Association of Realtors and major real estate companies.
The EEOC has charged in a lawsuit that Weis Markets Inc. subjected an employee to sexual harassment and then discharged her.
A divided 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has overruled its precedent that preliminary injunctions can’t convey “prevailing party” status to a plaintiff.
Utz Brands Inc.’s oldest manufacturing plant in Hanover will cease operations as part of several initiatives it expects to support long-term growth.
A Virginia judge granted a motion to dismiss an indictment against a Black man who was lynched in 1898.
A judge dismissed all claims after former College of the Holy Cross women’s basketball coach William P. “Bill” Gibbons admitted that he had added or deleted lines in some emails.
A Virginia man was allowed to keep his emotional support emu after the trial judge found that the exotic bird was a “companion animal” rather than “livestock” under the municipal and state codes.