One of the biggest stories of 2014 was the secret cellphone tracking device, StingRay, and it’s use in police departs of Charlotte-Mecklenburg for over a decade. Read more about this and the other top legal actions last year.
Where torts are concerned, semantics is everything. In this article from the National Law Review, Mack Sperling delves into the semantics that have come forth in several tortious claims.
In the largest asbestos verdict ever delivered against the Garlock Sealing Technologies company, evidence to show responsibility for asbestos-related injuries is being questioned. Find out more about the story of Navy machinist, Robert Treggett, and others who blame this asbestos for injury and disease.
Class-action cases this big for our region brings more than it’s share of attention from the media and concerned public. This lawsuit claimed Duke exec and directors misled shareholders about Johnson’s leadership. Find out more about the merger and case in your backyard. read more