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"Do As I Say, Not As I Sue"
AAJ's new report, Do As I Say, Not As I Sue, exposes the hypocrisy of the Institute for Legal Reform's corporate board members that aggressively litigate while blocking justice for everyday
"Take Justice Back!" (The American Association for Justice)
The Constitution gave you the right to pursue justice in court when you believe you've been harmed. But well-financed corporations circling in Congress are working every day to undermine your rights. They spend hundreds of millions of dollars scheming.
BREAKING! CMS Bans Forced Arbitration in Nursing Home Admission Agreements
The federal agency that controls more than $1 trillion in Medicare and Medicaid funding has moved to prevent nursing homes from forcing claims of elder abuse, sexual harassment.
City Imposes Contract on Firefighters
City imposes contract on firefighters, changes employment status to at-will.
City Shuts Down Red-Light Cameras
The city of Sioux Falls has shut down the red-light cameras at 10th Street and Minnesota Avenue. This comes after a ruling in a lawsuit against the city earlier this month.
Eiesland Speaks On Nursing Home Issues
Greg Eiesland of Johnson Eiesland Law Offices was an invited speaker at the national American Association of
Firefighter Pay Issue Heating Up
Rapid City firefighters start at a lower salary than their peers in some larger and smaller South Dakota communities, but city officials are adamant the disparity does not affect the quality of fire protection here.
How Our Cars Got Safer
Litigation has spurred safety innovations in vehicles for more than half a century and will continue to be essential in keeping Americans safe.
Researchers urge doctors to disclose sleep fatigue before surgery. Read more.
State Rules Against City In Contract Dispute With Firefighters
The city of Rapid City must re-open salary negotiations with the union representing its firefighters.
State Rules in Favor of Local Union in Contract Dispute
The state Department of Labor has dismissed Rapid City's claim that members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 1031.
Stella Liebeck v. McDonald's
Get the facts on the McDonald's coffee case.