After a year of scorched-earth litigation, a jury decided Friday that Samsung ripped off the innovative technology used by Apple to create its revolutionary iPhone and iPad.
It’s not known how much money they received but Spike Lee has reached a settlement with an elderly Florida couple forced to leave their home after the director tweeted their address and said it belonged to George Zimmerman, the man who shot Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26.
Two weeks ago, CBS4′s Chief Consumer Investigator Al Sunshine reported that as many as seven-and-a-half million Samsung TV owners could be impacted by a potentially defective part that caused TVs to stop working, shortly after the manufacturers warranty had expired. Now he has breaking news on how Samsung plans to compensate affected consumers.
CBS4 Investigates the power defects that could affect as many as seven-and-a-half million Samsung TV owners.
Humana Medical Plan is challenging nearly $3.4 million in fines that the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration has tried to impose in a dispute about reporting suspected Medicaid fraud, according to a case filed last week in the state Division of Administrative Hearings.
Miami-based Celebrity Cruises will have to pay a former employee $1 million in damages after a jury found them negligent of improper medical care.
The medical license of Tamarac obstetrician Michael Benjamin was suspended indefinitely Saturday by the Florida Board of Medicine for failure to report the pregnancy of a 12-year-old patient as possible child abuse.
An elderly man’s death on a drawbridge in Hollywood is bringing big changes to the way the bridges are operated in Broward and other Florida counties.
The family of a South Florida man who was severely injured by a Broward Sheriff’s deputy more than a decade ago has appealed to Sheriff Al Lamberti to help them get their financial settlement.
A teenager suspended from a Broward County charter school after she criticized a teacher on Facebook has settled a federal lawsuit against the principal.