• “Influencer” Cop in LA Sued By Daughter Of Man She Shot

    A Los Angeles police officer and part-time influencer, said to have 67,000 Instagram followers, is being sued by the daughter of a man she shot dead in downtown Los Angeles.The officer was responding to a 911 call...

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  • Investors Pushing Environmental And Social Proposals

    An increasing number of institutional investors have begun to include environmental and social (E&S) considerations within their established risk-return analysis framework, and investors will likely articulate their concerns much more often by voting against specific directors, committee...

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  • EEOC Compliance And The Covid-19 Pandemic

    Soon after Covid-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, the EEOC made clear it would allow employers some leeway in developing infection control strategies without violating federal discrimination laws that otherwise....

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  • More Lawsuits Hit Tech Giants Under Illinois’ Strict Privacy Law

    Two Illinois residents have filed putative class actions against Amazon, Microsoft and Alphabet, the parent company of Google. The three separate lawsuits, filed in state courts in California and Washington, allege the companies used the plaintiffs’ images...

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  • Accused Of Abetting Child Slave Labor, Two U.S. Companies Challenge Alien Tort Ruling

    The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal by Cargill and a U.S. subsidiary of Swiss-based Nestle SA, over whether U.S. companies can be sued over alleged overseas human rights violations under the Alien Tort Statue....

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  • Hospital Lawsuit Immunity

    Whether people who have had Covid-19 are immune to the virus is an open question, but hospitals and other healthcare providers are acquiring another immunity, although it’s far from absolute. In the face of the extreme demands...

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  • New York Latest State to Enact Cybersecurity Law

    With its Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security (SHIELD) Act. New York joins a growing number of states that have enacted cybersecurity mandates. Potentially reaching persons and businesses outside of New York, the SHIELD Act, effective...

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  • Tracking A “Wave” Of Covid Lawsuits Vs Employers

    There have been more than 300 Covid-related lawsuits filed in U.S. courts since the beginning of the year, according to a tracking project by law firm Fisher Phillips. Issues raised included refusal to grant unpaid time off,...

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  • CA “Strike Teams” Enforcing Covid Rules

    California has set up “strike teams” of inspectors to go after businesses that are not following public health guidelines. However, Governor Gavin Newsom, quoted in an AP article before the July 4 holiday, stressed they would not...

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  • Caste Discrimination Alleged In Suit v Cisco

    Plaintiff California Department of Fair Employment and Housing alleges an unnamed engineer, whom it identifies as a Dalit, suffered repeated acts of discrimination, including lower pay and fewer opportunities, at the hands of two supervising engineers.

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