A proposed class action aims to represent military families allegedly forced to endure “unacceptable and intolerable” living conditions at Marine Corps base Camp Lejeune.
A refresher on what happened at Camp Lejeune, the resulting litigation and Congressional action, and where we are today - more than a decade after the first lawsuits were filed.
Last month, a federal judge in California gave final approval to a $14.7 billion settlement in the much-publicized Volkswagen emissions scandal case.
The 3M Company and five others have been hit with a class action lawsuit from Pennsylvania residents who say their well water has been contaminated by chemicals.
Reading the headlines this week, you might have seen some worryingly familiar phrases: 'oil spill,' 'environmental disaster,' and 'livelihoods at risk.'
In March 2011 one of the largest recorded earthquakes hit Japan, triggering a deadly tsunami that severely damaged the Fukushima nuclear power plant.
Solar panels have been lauded as a green source of energy that anyone can use: simply fix the panels to your home and harvest the power of the sun.
Chicago oil refineries are facing a class action lawsuit over alleged property damage from dust.
The settlement process for claims against BP following the Gulf of Mexico oil spill is unfair and costly, the company is now claiming.
Thousands of Northeast residents are still without power after Hurricane Sandy, and some have decided to sue The Long Island Power Authority for its delayed response.