Violent Protesters Target Israeli Speaker’s Return to UC Berkeley: Who Will Take Charge, the Protesters or the University?

Berkeley, California – Israeli lawyer Ran Bar-Yoshafat is set to return to the University of California, Berkeley after his previous appearance was disrupted by an anti-Semitic mob. The first event, organized by pro-Israel student groups and scheduled for late February, was canceled when violent protesters attacked attendees, shouting anti-Semitic slurs and physically assaulting students. Bar-Yoshafat’s upcoming speech on Monday is expected to be met with protests once again. During an interview on CNN, Eliana Johnson, the editor in chief of the Washington Free Beacon, discussed the previous incident and expressed her concern about who has … Read more

Alabama Politicians Target U.S. Space and Rocket Center’s Transgender Staff, Facing Backlash As Legal Protections Are Examined

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Concerns about the safety of children at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center’s Space Camp have been raised by several Alabama politicians. The issue arose after a parent expressed unease about a transgender employee working at the camp. The parent took to Facebook to share that they had discovered a transgender counselor held the position of ‘Team Lead’ at Space Camp and raised concerns about the potential for that counselor to be in the dorm halls with female students. Lawyer Will League from Timberlake, League, & Brooks weighed in on the situation, … Read more

Surge of Lawsuits Emerges as Mass Torts Target 3M and J&J in 2023, Shaking Up Legal Landscape

Atlanta, GA – The number of new federal lawsuits reached a significant increase in 2023, largely due to the surge in mass tort cases against 3M and Johnson & Johnson. These corporations have been in the spotlight recently for their alleged involvement in manufacturing defective products. The rise in litigation against 3M and Johnson & Johnson has led to a flood of new lawsuits across the country. Plaintiffs are seeking compensation for a variety of issues, including health problems caused by faulty medical devices, contaminated products, and dangerous drugs. As a result, federal courts have … Read more

Legal Battle Looms as Social Media Addiction Lawsuits Target Big Tech Companies for Harm to Teens

San Francisco, California – A wave of lawsuits is hitting social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat, accusing them of intentionally designing algorithms that encourage addiction among young users. These lawsuits, filed by national mass tort lawyers, are seeking compensation for individuals who became addicted to social media before the age of 21 and suffered physical injuries as a result, including eating disorders, depression, and even suicide. The litigation is pushing for a class action MDL (Multidistrict Litigation) to address the widespread issue of social media addiction among children and young adults. The … Read more