February 20, 2010
The family of a Stanwood man who was fatally shot by an Everett police officer in June have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city. The officer is facing criminal charges in the shooting.
The lawsuit follows a claim filed by Niles Meservey’s family in September for $5 million to $15 million. The claim was a precursor to the lawsuit.
Read Article: The Seattle Times.Com
SALT LAKE CITY — Two federal lawsuits filed by an animal-rights group that protested mink farms in Morgan County last year have been settled.
Morgan County will pay legal costs of $20,000 and the Utah Department of Transportation will pay legal costs totaling $19,750 involved in the lawsuits filed by the Salt Lake Animal Advocacy Movement.
Read Article: Desert News.Com
State Sen. Timothy Grendell, R-Chester Township, filed a class-action lawsuit against FirstEnergy, Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company and Ohio Edison Company today in Geauga Court of Common Pleas.
The lawsuit pertains to First Energy’s recent rate changes. First Energy announced previously that those who have all-electric homes, electric hot water heating systems or electric load management systems would no longer receive reduced rates.
Read Article: Herald.Com
The family of Rochelle Anderson has filed a wrongful death suit against the man convicted of killing her during a March 2008 robbery at a Tomahawk gas station.
The lawsuit was filed Monday on behalf of Anderson’s 3-year-old daughter against Derek Domke, 19, of Tomahawk and “John Doe,” according to court records.
Domke pleaded guilty to charges of first-degree intentional homicide and armed robbery and was sentenced in January 2009 to life in prison, but can apply for early release in 2053. A Lincoln County judge is considering Domke’s request from earlier this month to withdraw his guilty plea after Domke argued that he suffered from mental disorders and should not have been allowed by his former attorney to enter the plea.
Read Article: Wausau Daily Herald.Com
MUNCIE — Plagued by rumors of layoffs and closing and complaints from customers who didn’t get product they paid for, Muncie die-cast tool manufacturer Delaware Machinery has been hit by a lawsuit by First Merchants Bank, which seeks repayment of $18 million in loans.
The bank — which has itself been troubled by tens of millions of dollars in losses — has filed a Delaware Circuit Court lawsuit against the 62-year-old firm, its officers and business partners over a series of loans that began in September 2007.
Read Article: The Starpress.Com
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