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Thirty-seven Companies sue Dominion Transmission

Thirty-seven Companies sue Dominion Transmission Inc. after claim that it and others breached fiduciary duties. Dominion Field Services Inc, Dominion Resources Inc, Joseph Vanzant, and Riley Natural Gas Company were also named as defendants. 

Thirty-seven Companies sue Dominion Transmission. The plaintiffs in the case are independent producers of natural gas in West Virginia and claim the defendants have forced them into long-term, fixed-price contracts that are destroying independent natural gas producers in the state. This is according to a complaint filed in Marshall Circuit Court.

Tuomey Hospital Sues Nexsen Pruet for $117 Million

Tuomey Hospital sues Nexsen Pruet in a lawsuit alleging that legal malpractice caused destruction of prominent state, locally owned hospitals. Tuomey Healthcare of Sumter was filed Tuesday in state court in Sumter County. 

Tuomey Hospital sues Nexsen Pruet for $117 million in damages for legal havoc. The claim alleged the defendant was "misleading and reckless" with advice from Columbia-headquartered Nexsen Pruet, one of the state's largest law firms, according to legal papers.


Victims of Lawsuit Claim Support in a case against Xarelto. Doctors claim that it had unlisted and daunting side effects.

Drs. John C. Hwang and Judy Hun observed patients from their practice who were currently participating in a long-term blood thinner regimen and ranged in age from 70 to 89. While they were originally taking more traditional medications, they switched to Xarelto after its FDA approval in 2011. According to empirical observation, these patients showed a marked increase in incidents of vitreous hemorrhages or eye-bleeding that appeared to coincide with their change in medication. Victims of Lawsuit Claim Support after receiving side effects.

School District Settles Brain Injury Lawsuit

School District Settles Brain Injury Lawsuit. Kern County School District reaches $10.5 million settlement Wednesday with student who suffered a traumatic brain injury at a football rally. During the second day of a damages trial jurors found the school district 100 percent liable for the student's injuries.

Fraud Case Against Law Firm - Major Facebook Stock Ruling

In Fraud Case Against Law Firm, the Ninth Circuit ruled that an investment group sufficiently pleaded its federal fraud case claiming it was scammed while trying to purchase pre-initial public offering shares of Facebook, reversing a federal judge's dismissal. 

ESG Capital Partners involved in Fraud Case Against Law Firm. They negotiated the purchase with a man they believed was named Ken Dennis who was represented by law firm Venable LLP. In actuality, Dennis was a man named Tony Stratos, an alleged con artist whom Venable was also representing in an unrelated lawsuit involving a $7 million theft.

Former Swimmer Wins Suit Against Attorney

Dagny Knutson former swimmer wins suit against attorney Richard Foster, an international aquatic sports power broker. 

Knutson, Former swimmer wins suit against attorney for $617,800 in damages in Orange County Superior Court after a jury found that Foster committed a breach of fiduciary duty and fraud by willful concealment while advising her to accept a financial settlement with USA Swimming, the sport's national governing body, in a dispute over a promise of financial support by former U.S. national team director Mark Schubert.

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