Category: Cases

San Francisco Leads Nation In Immigration Court Backlog

Investigative journalism by NBC-owned stations, working with Telemundo stations around the country, has found that San Francisco leads the nation in backlogged immigration court cases, which is no easy task considering how badly things are going. A joint… Read More

Victims Attorneys Confront Filmmaker After Asbestos Documentary Screening

In a panel discussing following a work-in-progress screening of his new asbestos documentary, filmmaker Paul Johnson might put at least two of America’s leading trail attorneys in the “needs more progress” category. The SE Texas Record reports that… Read More

15 States, D.C., Sue Over Trump’s DACA Decision

Fifteen states –  including California, the nation’s largest state – and the District of Columbia sued the U.S. government Wednesday to block President Donald Trump’s plan to end protection against deportation for young immigrants. The lawsuit filed in federal… Read More

CM Publisher Updates Fuel Gas Story, Notes Texas Preempts Local Rules

Writing in The Huffington Post, Courts Monitor Publisher Sara Warner updates her coverage of a controversial fuel-gas tubing that brings natural gas into millions of American homes.  The extend of fire danger from lightening strikes is at issue,… Read More