Published on September 11, 2015

Lawsuit targets Roseland Community Hospital for alleged malpractice

Lawsuit targets Roseland Community Health center for alleged malpractice in gallbladder operation
A lady is taking legal action against Roseland Community Health center alleging the wrongful death of her sis after a gallbladder surgery. Mary Baylock, administrator of the estate of the late Renina Baylock, submitted suit Sept. 4 in Cook County Circuit Court’s Law Department versus Roseland Community Health center and Dr. Pascual Sales, alleging 4 counts of medical malpractice. The claim specifies that Renina Baylock was an inpatient at Roseland Neighborhood Medical facility on March 4, 2014, where she went through a laparoscopic

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Darrien Hunt’s mother gets new attorney, rejects almost $900,000 settlement
A year ago Thursday, the community of Saratoga Springs was sent out into a speedy of shock when Darrien Hunt was killed in a cops officer-involved shooting on reports that he swung a sword at a pair of officers. Household, friends and advocates of Hunt gathered together Thursday at the Panda Express in Saratoga Springs to acknowledge and honor his life. The Panda Express is where Hunt was fatally shot. His mother, Susan Hunt, was at the rally, where she said she had turned down a $900,000 offer to

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Judge accepts $12.5-million settlement with defendants in 38 Studios claim
PROVIDENCE, R.I.– A Superior Court judge officially authorized the $12.5-million settlement reached between the Rhode Island Commerce …

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NorCo secretaries settle pay raise match for $9300
Seventeen secretaries suing over a pay raise they said County Executive John Brown refused to provide them have actually chosen just over $9,000. A group of secretaries who sued Northampton County Executive John Brown over a pay raise they said they were denied have actually settled their claims for just over $9,300. The arrangement represents $550 for each of the 17 veteran workers who had actually joined the suit, their lawyer Christopher Spadoni said Friday. It covers the added incomes the workers would have…

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Second Circuit Choice Resuscitates EEOC’s Gender Discrimination
This week, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit greatly restricted employers’ ability to challenge the adequacy of the EEOC’s pre-suit examinations. The Court provided a viewpoint vacating a district court choice giving summary judgment to Sterling Jewelers Inc. (“Sterling”) on sex discrimination declares filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”). Ladies employed by Sterling in a number of states throughout the country submitted charges of discrimination

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