Shelton Floral Company Faces $1.85 Million Penalty for Labor Law Violations, Federal Court Rules

Shelton, Washington – A federal court has ruled that a floral company based in Shelton must pay $1.85 million in penalties for violating labor laws. The court’s decision serves as a significant blow to the company, which was found guilty of numerous violations that impacted its employees. The case sheds light on the importance of upholding labor regulations and protecting workers’ rights. The ruling comes after an investigation by federal authorities revealed multiple instances of misconduct by the Shelton floral company. The violations included failure to pay employees the legally mandated minimum wage and overtime … Read more

Dish Wireless Accuses Major Telecom Infrastructure Company of Unfairly Seeking ‘Hundreds of Millions’ in Contract Changes

Denver, Colorado – Dish Wireless, a prominent wireless company, is embroiled in a legal battle with a major telecommunications infrastructure company. The company accused the telecommunications giant of attempting to alter a long-standing agreement, potentially costing Dish Wireless hundreds of millions of dollars. In a court hearing on Monday, Dish Wireless presented its case before a jury in Denver. They argued that the telecommunications company was seeking to revise the terms of a 30-year deal between the two parties. Dish Wireless claimed that these changes would result in substantial financial losses for their business. The … Read more

Parent Company of UFC Settles Antitrust Lawsuits with Former Fighters for $335 Million

Las Vegas, Nevada – TKO Group Holdings, the parent company of UFC, has agreed to pay $335 million to settle two class-action lawsuits brought by former UFC fighters accusing the MMA promoter of violating antitrust laws. The lawsuits alleged that Zuffa, the predecessor entity that owned and operated UFC, underpaid fighters and engaged in anticompetitive behavior. The lawsuits, originally filed between 2014 and 2015, were consolidated into a single action in 2015. An additional lawsuit was filed in 2021. TKO reached an agreement to settle all claims in these lawsuits on March 13, 2024. The … Read more

DC Couple Files $60 Million Lawsuit Against Amazon and Third-Party Company After Woman Suffers Severe Injuries in Crosswalk Accident

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A D.C. couple has filed a $60 million lawsuit against Amazon and a Maryland company following an accident that resulted in severe injuries to a woman. The incident occurred at the intersection of Cathedral Avenue and Massachusetts Avenue in Northwest, as captured in a video obtained by the News4 I-Team. The footage shows Rita Iannazzi being struck by a delivery driver while crossing the street in a marked crosswalk. The driver, who was seen eating at the time, was subsequently issued an infraction for colliding with a pedestrian, according to a D.C. … Read more