Lawsuit

Preliminary Report: No Others Involved In Gunshot Death Of AMIA Special Prosecutor

01/20/2015

There was no sign of intervention by others in the shooting death of Alberto Nisman, the special prosecutor in the AMIA Jewish center bombing, according to preliminary autopsy reports.

AMIA Jewish Center Bombing Special Prosecutor Found Dead

01/19/2015

Buenos Aires, Argentina — Alberto Nisman, the special prosecutor in the bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires, was found dead hours before he was to meet with lawmakers regarding the 1994 attack.

Noah Pozner’s Parents Suing Over Sandy Hook Massacre

01/14/2015

The family of a Jewish boy killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre is one of two families suing Newtown, Conn., and its school board for alleged lax security.

Freundel-Related Lawsuit Ads RCA As Defendant

12/19/2014

Washington — A lawsuit arising out of allegations of voyeurism at a Washington D.C. ritual bath added the Rabbinical Council of America as a defendant.

Author Nicholas Sparks Sued For Racism And Anti-Semitism

10/06/2014

Popular novelist Nicholas Sparks is being sued for racial and religious discrimination by the former headmaster of a private school he founded.

Ben Stein Vs. Kyocera

With today's 10-second tease video with Matthew Broderick hinting at a "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" sequel, it is only fitting to take a close look at Ben Stein's ongoing legal battle with Kyocera. Stein, who played the memorable high school teacher in the 1986 movie ("Bueller? Bueller?) was set to film a commercial for Kyocera, the producer of cameras, copiers, printers, mobile phones, and the like.

Ben Stein Sues Kyocera Corp. for Religious Discrimination

Lawsuit Claims Film 'Drive' Is Anti-Semitic

10/11/2011

 A Michigan woman has filed a lawsuit over the film "Drive," charging that the trailer was misleading and that the movie is anti-Semitic.

Miller Urges Busch Settlement

05/13/2005
Staff Writer
City Council Speaker Gifford Miller is calling on the city to settle the civil suit brought by the family of Gidone Busch, who was shot by police in Borough Park in 1999. "The Busch family has suffered a great deal and the sensible thing to do is settle the case," Miller, a Democratic candidate for mayor, said in a recent interview.

Kosher For Passover Lawsuit

04/08/2005
Staff Writer
As thousands of Jewish families prepare to feast on the finest kosher for Passover fare at hotels and resorts around the world this month, an unusual ruling in Manhattan Civil Court has paved the way for a kosher catering group to try to recover $24,050 in a breach of contract claim against a Brooklyn man.

YU Changes Housing Policy

08/16/2002
Staff Writer
After a four-year battle to maintain control over who can share living quarters at its Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University quietly changed its policy this month, avoiding a trial in the lawsuit brought by lesbian students who claimed discrimination. Under the previous policy, unmarried couples were allowed to share housing only if both parties were students at the college.
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