As KYW’s Dan Wing reports, there will be no limit on the amount of money they can be paid.
Do you really lose your right to sue if you sign a waiver?
Celebrating a bi-partisan effort to expand substance abuse treatment, both Governor Christie and NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney didn’t want to talk about the contentious effort to forge a budget in the next 12 days.
What’s really in that bottle of juice? The Supreme Court has ruled food and drink makers can be sued over claims on a label. The case is a loss for Coca-Cola, but KYW’s Ian Bush reports it also could affect Campbell’s.
The Hershey company says a Maryland candidate is milking its classic chocolate bar for political gain.
A judge says Occupy Philadelphia protesters can proceed with their lawsuit accusing police of unlawful arrest, retaliation and other civil rights violations.
A group of retired NFL players says in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that the league, thirsty for profits, illegally supplied them with risky narcotics and other painkillers that numbed their injuries for games and led to medical complications down the road.
Attorneys for the NCAA say a lawsuit by the family of the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno that seeks to overturn a $60 million fine and other university sanctions stemming from the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal is an attempt to “rewrite history” that “ignores reality.”
Drivers busted by red light cameras in five New Jersey towns before August 2012 could get a partial refund of their tickets due to a proposed legal settlement.
An ex-girlfriend of former NFL defensive end Hugh Douglas accused him in a new lawsuit of assaulting her multiple times, including an encounter at a Connecticut hotel last year that resulted in his arrest but no jail time.
There are new developments Friday regarding the deadly natural gas explosion in Ewing Township. The family of Linda Cerritelli, who was killed, has now filed a civil lawsuit against both PSE&G and contractor Henkels & McCoy.
A family is suing a New Jersey school district, contending that the phrase “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance is discriminatory toward atheist children.
A Pennsylvania court wants to examine whether Penn State and the NCAA acted legally when they entered into a consent agreement that imposed a $60 million fine and other penalties over the Jerry Sandusky molestation scandal.
The judge Tuesday denied Freeh’s motion for reconsideration of the Feb. 25 order granting Spanier’s request.
A judge has formally dismissed the lawsuit brought by a New Jersey honor student who sued to get her parents to support her after she moved out of their home.