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Ashland Man Settles In Heckling Suit

By Jim McCoy Tue 31st July Newslawsuits

A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit filed by an activist who says she was assaulted by an Oregon man while protesting. The Ashland Daily Tidings reports that 73-year-old Stanley Shulster agreed to apologize to 29-year-old Rachel Abileah and pay her an undisclosed amount of money.
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Bates Concerned About Board Members Under Threat of Lawsuits

The recent dispute between Southern Oregon University and the Jefferson Public Radio Foundation has State Senator Alan Bates concerned about volunteer members of boards being the targets of lawsuits. Bates says he is researching how effective current state laws are in protecting people who serve on boards. If legislation is needed, he will pursue it.

Former Auchincloss Assistant Files Suit

A former employee who alerted police that the half brother of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis had a collection of child pornography is claiming whistleblower protection and suing for $1.5 million.Read More »

Toxic Legacy of War

A complaint filed by Oregon National Guard soldiers says a military contractor knew an Iraqi water treatment plant kept toxic chemicals on site and had lax environmental standards that let it contaminate the area, but never disclosed it.Read More »

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