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First Lawsuit Filed Following Amtrak Montana Derailment That Killed Three Passengers Including Software Engineer Zach Schneider
CHICAGO, IL (September 28, 2021) – The first lawsuit following the fatal derailment in Montana of Amtrak’s Seattle-bound Empire Builder Train #7/27 was filed today by attorneys from Saltz Mongeluzzi & Bendesky, P.C. on behalf of 28-year-old senior software engineer Zach Schneider, a former national collegiate debate champion, who was traveling to Portland with his […]
New Lawsuit Filed to Remedy Existing Racial Gerrymandering, Restore Fairness to Alabama’s Congressional Redistricting Process, and Afford African Americans More Choice
BIRMINGHAM, AL. – A federal lawsuit filed this week in an Alabama federal court claims that the state’s current Congressional redistricting plan, enacted in 2011, is malapportioned and racially gerrymandered, packing black voters in a single majority-black Congressional district and minimizing their influence in five majority-white districts. The suit seeks action from the Alabama Legislature […]
Former University of South Alabama Head Women’s Volleyball Coach Sexually Harassed and Sexually, Physically and Emotionally Abused Former Players, According to New Lawsuit
MOBILE, AL. – A former NCAA Division I head women’s volleyball coach sexually harassed, and physically and emotionally abused her players for several years, according to a federal lawsuit filed this week in Alabama. The case was brought by several former University of South Alabama volleyball players against former head coach, Alexis Meeks-Rydell. Also named […]
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