The Ones For Justice Checks Out App Touted As 'World's First Robot Lawyer'The DoNotPay app vows to fight parking tickets, recover foreign transaction fees, sue companies and even take on robocallers.
Purdue Pharma Launches Campaign For Users Harmed By Their Opioids To File ClaimsThe drug maker responsible for OxyContin has launched a campaign to tell people harmed by their opioid medication where and how to file claims against the company.
Sex Abuse Lawsuit Filed In DC Against Boy Scouts Of AmericaThe lawsuit seeks to establish a venue for men across the U.S. to sue the Boy Scouts of America for allegedly failing to protect them from long-ago sexual abuse.
Dallas Has Spent Nearly $10M On Police Misconduct Lawsuits Since 2015The CBS 11 I-Team found Dallas is currently involved in more than 30 lawsuits against police officers, including several that were filed more than five years ago.
Johnson & Johnson Says No Asbestos In Recalled Baby PowderJohnson & Johnson says that 15 new tests from the same bottle of Johnson's Baby Powder previously tested by the USDA found no asbestos.
Entire Boy Scouts Organization Threatened By Wave Of Child Sex Abuse LawsuitsThe Boy Scouts of America, which has headquarters in Irving, is facing a threat from a growing wave of lawsuits over decades-old allegations of sexual abuse.
Boy Scouts Launch Sex Abuse Awareness Program With Animated VideosIn an attempt to bolster their abuse-prevention efforts, the Boy Scouts of America has launched a new awareness program that features cartoon-style videos.
Judge To Decide If Lawsuits Over Sutherland Springs Church Shooting Should Be DismissedA federal judge says he'll rule soon on whether to dismiss claims filed in several lawsuits against the U.S. Air Force in connection with a 2017 massacre at a Texas church.
Report: Boy Scouts Of America Considering BankruptcyThe Irving-based Boy Scouts of America is considering bankruptcy as sexual abuse lawsuits pile up, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
USA Gymnastics Files For Bankruptcy In Bid To Ensure SurvivalUSA Gymnastics faces 100 lawsuits representing 350 athletes in various courts across the country who blame the group for failing to supervise Larry Nassar, a team doctor accused of molesting them.
Thousands Of Flooded-Out Houstonians Suing Army Corps Claiming Land SeizureAs many as 10,000 home and business owners are suing the federal government alleging the decision to open the dams constitutes a government land seizure.