A federal lawsuit alleges SMU mishandled a campus sexual assault investigation involving a football player last year.
The suit claims students are entitled to a partial tuition refund after approximately 59% of the spring 2020 semester went online.
SMU fights to keep sexual assault records confidential
A Texas death row inmate gets a second chance. Plus, a man is in federal custody for human smuggling.
Find out the latest on another lawsuit against the Trump administration…but this time, by one of his own men.
A lawsuit hits the white house and the wildfires in California continue to cause destruction. Caroline Hogan and Corey Obot have more.
Ever since I was young, I’ve had an irrational fear – well, at least I hope it’s irrational – of being sued. I think I’m so fixated on this because my parents both have very strong feelings about lawyers and lawsuits. Every since I was young I’ve heard about how we live in a “litigious society” and about how people will start a lawsuit over pretty much anything. I’m almost afraid to own a car because of how often it seems that people get sued over car crashes. I’m afraid to go into any career – like medicine – where people can get sued easily. I’m certainly afraid to own a pool – we never had one growing up because, according to my mom, some neighbor’s kid would jump in and drown and we’d get sued.
I’m trying to get a grip on my worries here, and I’m hoping the experts can help. How at risk are we all, really, of being sued for no reason?
On today’s Daily Update an SMU student is suing her national sorority, SMU-TV looks into the legal battle over K2, and the SMU Law school holds an Olympics hear the story behind it.
An unnamed SMU senior is suing Kappa Kappa Gamma nationals for secretly recording her and other sorority members dancing partially naked earlier this year.
According to an article by The Dallas Morning News, former Perkins School of Theology professor Patricia Davis settled her lawsuit against the University in which she alleged she was fired … Read More