A District of Columbia judge won’t halt the planned closure of 15 public schools, plans that resulted in a lawsuit against the city.
A U.S. District Court lawsuit filed by two deaf women and a non-profit aimed at maximizing the self-sufficiency of deaf adults claims the District of Columbia Housing Authority discriminated against the women by repeatedly failing to provide them with interpreters.
The union representing Social Security’s administrative law judges is suing the agency, claiming judges are forced to decide more than 500 cases a year, a standard that sometimes results in benefits that would otherwise be denied if judges had more time to review evidence.
A distraught family is suing a local funeral home after organizers of a man’s memorial service put the wrong body inside of the casket by accident.
The Supreme Court seemed skeptical Tuesday of allowing generic drug manufacturers to be sued in state court for a drug’s design defects if federal officials approved the brand-name version the generic drug copied.
The Justice Department joined a lawsuit Friday against disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong that alleges the former seven-time Tour de France champion concealed his use of performance-enhancing drugs and defrauded his longtime sponsor, the U.S. Postal Service.
The mother of a 15-month-old boy who died on a court-ordered visit to his father has filed a lawsuit against the psychologist who sanctioned the visitation.
An attorney is suing one of Washington’s most prominent law firms, claiming she was fired for taking time off to adopt a child.
A former vice president at the board that oversees metropolitan Washington’s two major airports has filed a $10 million defamation suit against his one-time employer.
The former director of human resources at the Federal Emergency Management Agency pleaded guilty Tuesday to negotiating a job for himself at the Gallup Organization while he was supervising Gallup’s multimillion-dollar contract with FEMA.