Judge David Hurd in Utica has temporarily blocked the state of New York from forcing medical workers to be vaccinated after a group of health care workers sued, saying their Constitutional rights were violated.
An Ohio judge ruled this week that a hospital cannot be forced to treat a severely ill COVID-19 patient with ivermectin, reversing an earlier decision.
Get live updates from day two of jury selection in the blockbuster trial of Elizabeth Holmes, the embattled founder of Theranos.
Resigning from office probably didn’t end former Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s legal problems, and no matter what happens next, taxpayers are likely to wind up with a hefty bill.
A judge has ordered a western Michigan couple to pay $30,441 to their son for getting rid of his pornography collection.
R. Kelly has long faced allegations of lurid sexual behavior and abuse, some of which have been made public through documentaries or court documents. This is a timeline of Kelly's life, from his early days in Chicago through his rise and fall as an R&B artist.
Employers can require that workers be vaccinated, according to an employment law experts.
Over 53 million T-Mobile customers have been impacted by the cyberattack.
A group of New York City restaurants asked a judge this week to block the city's latest effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, calling the city's mandate that customers show proof of vaccination "arbitrary, irrational, unscientific and unlawful."
One of Jeffrey Epstein's longtime accusers has sued Prince Andrew, saying he sexually assaulted her when she was 17.
Zoom has agreed to pay $85 million to settle a lawsuit alleging its videoconferencing service's weak privacy controls opened too many peepholes into its users' personal information and made it too easy to disrupt their meetings during the early stages of the pandemic.
The Justice Department says individuals must be informed of their "option to accept or refuse administration" of an emergency use vaccine like the coronavirus shot. But that doesn't prohibit employers from mandating vaccinations as a condition of employment.
An opinion posted on Monday by Justice Department lawyers states that federal law does not prohibit public agencies and private businesses from mandating COVID-19 vaccines under emergency use authorization.
For the first time since March 2020, in-person weddings and marriage license appointments are back at the bureau located in Lower Manhattan.
Disgraced chef Mario Batali, his business partner and their New York City restaurant company have agreed to pay $600,000 to resolve a four-year investigation by the state attorney general's office into allegations that Batali, restaurant managers and other workers sexually harassed employees.
A federal court declined to block Indiana University's requirement that all students be fully vaccinated upon returning to campus. This is the first of what are expected to be many more federal rulings on vaccine mandates.
McKesson, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen are the latest to settle in one of the nation's largest opioid lawsuits. The distributors are among a lengthy list of pharmaceutical companies and manufacturers accused of fueling the opioid crisis on Long Island and across the state.
The three biggest U.S. drug distribution companies and the drugmaker Johnson & Johnson are on the verge of a $26 billion deal to settle lawsuits brought by state and local governments across the country over the toll of prescription opioids, lawyers suing on behalf of local governments said.
Attorneys general in 15 states, including New York, announced on Wednesday a $4.5 billion settlement with the maker of OxyContin, Purdue Pharma, and its owner, the Sackler family, for their role in fueling the opioid epidemic.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani – who acted as former President Donald Trump’s lawyer – has been suspended from practicing law in the District.