No Private Right of Action for Frequency of Pay Claims in New Yor

On January 17, 2024, the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court for the Second Department held in Grant v. Global Aircraft Dispatch, Inc. that no private right of action exists…

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Product Liability Claims: how to get justice

Understanding Product Liability and Consumer Rights In a world where consumers are constantly interacting with various products, the issue of product liability claims takes center stage. Product liability pertains to…

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Report Claims Inflation Woes Driven Largely By Corporate Greed

The paper boosts the controversial progressive argument that corporations are squeezing American households just because they can. Source link

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Lawsuit claims sexual harassment by Cal OES official

A high-ranking California emergency services official has been accused in a lawsuit of impeding wildfire recovery efforts as part of a retaliation campaign against a subordinate who had rejected his…

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Distinguished Visiting Lecturer David Cay Johnston Discusses Claims of Justice Clarence Thomas’ Tax Fraud and Ethics Violations

David Cay Johnston, Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, spoke with MSN regarding ethics and tax fraud claims made about Justice Clarence Thomas. “What Clarence Thomas has done would result in not only…

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Fact-Checking G.O.P. Claims in the Biden Impeachment Inquiry

As they search for evidence they can use to impeach President Biden, House Republicans have repeatedly pointed to evidence that they say undercuts his claims that he never had anything…

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Judge Sets Deadline for Sexual Abuse Claims Against Baltimore Archdiocese

A federal bankruptcy judge started the clock on Monday for sexual abuse survivors seeking damages from the Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore, setting a date of May 31, 2024, for claims…

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Tesla claims 1st Amendment right to call cars ‘Full Self Driving’

Seven years after Tesla released the automated driving feature it calls Full Self-Driving, and two-and-a-half years after opening an investigation into it, the California Department of Motor Vehicles is alleging…

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Rudy Giuliani Could Pay Millions for False Vote Fraud Claims Against Georgia Election Workers

Rudy Giuliani goes to trial on Monday in a civil defamation case that could force him to pay millions of dollars to two Georgia election workers he falsely accused of…

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New York Expands Restrictions on Nondisclosure Agreements Related to Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Claims

New York State recently enacted laws to further restrict the use of nondisclosure agreements in connection with resolution of employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims and extend the statute of…

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New York Legislative Update: Freelancer Protections, Discrimination Claims, Settlement Agreements

New York Governor Kathy Hochul has signed bills enacting the Freelance Isn’t Free Act, extending the statute of limitations to file a lawsuit alleging unlawful discriminatory practices, and barring the…

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Christmas party at Taco Bell in San Pedro turned in night of debauchery in 2022, lawsuit claims – Press Enterprise

A Christmas party at a Taco Bell in San Pedro descended into an alcohol-fueled night of debauchery in 2022, with one employee engaged in sex with his wife in front…

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Impact of Cannabis Legislation on Maryland Workers’ Compensation Claims: What Changed in Maryland?

Key Takeaways: As of July 1, Maryland’s Cannabis Reform Act allows adults 21 years of age and older to legally possess up to 1.5 ounces of cannabis flower. However, the…

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Truck Accident Injuries: Long-Term Consequences and Claims

Since trucks outsize and outweigh passenger vehicles, the potential for devastation is far greater. The injuries you sustain in a truck accident could impact you for months, years, or even…

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Common Injury Claims and the Importance of Hiring a Personal

It’s difficult enough on its own to sustain a personal injury, as the aftermath can impact the victim emotionally, physically, financially, and mentally all at once. However, things can become much…

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LAUSD to pay $19.9 million to settle sexual abuse claims

The Los Angeles school district will pay $19.9 million to settle claims against a former teacher’s assistant who sexually abused children at an elementary school in North Hollywood, attorneys for…

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Second Circuit Further Addresses the Pleading Standard for FLSA Overtime Claims

Nearly a decade ago, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued three decisions clarifying and tightening the standard for asserting plausible overtime claims under the Fair Labor…

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Retaliation Claims Just Got Scarier

by Jennifer Shaw and Melissa Whitehead | | October 30, 2023 Halloween season is a good time for spooky stories, so let’s talk about a subject that strikes fear in…

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When and Why Do Personal Injury Claims Go to Court?

However, there are circumstances where these cases escalate and find their way into courtrooms, where a judge or jury must adjudicate. Understanding these situations is paramount to making informed decisions…

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Nathan J. Milner Tackles Fraudulent New York Workers’ Comp Claims in CLM Magazine

Nathan J. Milner, partner in Goldberg Segalla’s Workers’ Compensation group, provides in CLM Magazine an analysis of fraudulent workers’ comp claims and offers best investigation and litigation practices. Nate discusses…

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