Clark County School District’s Motion for Immunity in Cyberattack Class Action Lawsuit Under Consideration by Judge

LAS VEGAS, NV – A judge in Clark County is leaning toward granting the motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit filed against the Clark County School District (CCSD) in response to a cyberattack in 2023 that leaked students’ data. However, the judge wants both sides to prepare arguments regarding the district’s potential immunity. CCSD initially informed families about the breach on October 16, after discovering the issue around October 5. The lawsuit, filed on October 31, alleges that the breach led to the exposure of highly sensitive information belonging to teachers, students, graduates, and … Read more

Brazilian Judge Sets Investigation in Motion Following Elon Musk’s Defiance of Court Order

Brasília, Brazil – A Brazilian judge has initiated an inquiry after tech billionaire Elon Musk publicly declared his intention to defy a court order. The judge’s response comes in the wake of an ongoing legal battle between Musk and a labor union. The inquiry was set in motion by Judge José Dantas de Paiva, who is presiding over the case that involves Musk’s electric vehicle company, Tesla, and the United Workers’ Union. Musk’s defiance of the court order occurred on Twitter, where he boldly stated that he would not comply with the decision made by … Read more

Legal Battle Begins as Hunter Biden Files Motion to Dismiss Tax Charges

Washington, DC – Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, is seeking the dismissal of tax charges brought against him in court. The younger Biden’s defense team argued that the charges should be dropped due to their immateriality and lack of relevance to the case. The court will make a final decision on the matter in the coming weeks. Hunter Biden’s legal troubles surround an alleged failure to report income from Ukrainian gas company Burisma Holdings and other sources. Federal prosecutors claimed that Biden evaded paying taxes on approximately $400,000 in income. However, Biden’s defense … Read more

Seattle Lawyer Accused of Blocking $1.19 Billion Water Contamination Settlement Denies Allegations, Calls Sanctions Motion an “Intimidation Tactic”

SEATTLE, Washington – A Seattle lawyer is fighting back against allegations that he held up a $1.19 billion water contamination settlement involving DuPont. Jeff Kray, of Marten Law, claims that the sanctions motion filed against him by class counsel is merely an “intimidation tactic” based on a “fantastical conspiracy theory.” Kray argues that class counsel failed to meet with him prior to filing the motion. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, represented by Kray, is at the center of this legal battle. Mitchell Tilner, an attorney from Horvitz & Levy in Burbank, California, has … Read more