Category Archives: A. Why sue and who sues?

Real plaintiffs and real causes for suing.

Public Service Announcement: Dish Network’s irritating calls

From 538 Significant Digits, an advisory to everyone irritated by unsolicited sales calls from Dish Network: $61 million That is the eye-popping amount of money Dish Network has to pay as part of a class action lawsuit related to unwanted … Continue reading

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Gee, you think this might lead to lawsuits?

From 538 Significant Digits: Title VII Attorney General Jeff Sessions has changed a federal policy with a memo to agency heads and U.S. attorneys indicating that Title VII’s sex discrimination protections do not apply to transgender workers. This could lead … Continue reading

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The Sue Rule: anyone can sue anyone at any time, but…

It’s a rule. I learned it years ago from a lawyer I worked for. The “but” is most significant. (Can also be spelled “butt.”) As Darrell Issa learned when he sued an opponent for defamation. Here’s DailyKos Elections dish about … Continue reading

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