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HOTEL COMPANY SUED FOR DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION

EEOC Sues Merritt Hospitality, HEI Hotels And Resorts LLC For Disability Discrimination Company Failed to Provide Ventilated Space for Employee With Asthma, Federal Agency Charges Merritt Hospitality, ...
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CHANGING THE VIDEO GAME INDUSTRY'S PRIVACY PRACTICES

FTC Seeks Comment on Proposed Modifications to Video Game Industry Self-Regulatory Program Approved under the COPPA Safe Harbor Program The Federal Trade Commission is seeking public comment on ...
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CALIFORNIA TRIES TO STOP FEDERAL LAND TRANSFERS

Justice Department Files Lawsuit to Invalidate New California Law Restricting Federal Land Sales The U.S. Department of Justice recently filed a civil action in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern ...
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ATTACKING ULSTER'S DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Governor Cuomo Announces Initiative to Target Intimate Partner Violence and Improve Services for Victims in Ulster County Nearly $285,000 Awarded to Ulster County District Attorney's Office, ...
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BAD MEMORY IMPROVEMENT SUPPLEMENT

FTC Sending Refund Checks Totaling More Than $355,000 to Consumers Who Bought CogniPrin ‘Memory Improvement’ Supplement Case brought jointly by FTC and Maine Attorney General The Federal ...
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WINE BAR LOSES SEXUAL HARASSMENT & RETALIATION SUIT

Court Orders Scottsdale Wine Bar to Pay $100,000 In EEOC Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Suit A federal district court on March 21 ordered a Scottsdale, Ariz., wine bar to pay $100,000 for sexual ...
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U.S. STEEL SETTLES SUIT

U. S. Steel Corporation Agrees to Improve Environmental Compliance at Indiana Facility, Pay Civil Penalty, and Reimburse U.S. for Response Costs and Damages for Toxic Chromium Spill The United States, ...
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SESSION SUES CALIFORNIA

Statement by Attorney General Sessions on Lawsuit Against the State of California Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued the following statement on the Department of Justice’s new lawsuit against ...
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N.Y. A.G. INTERVENES IN TEXAS

A.G. Schneiderman – Part Of A Coalition Of 16 AGs – Moves To Intervene In Defense Of Affordable Care Act Against Destructive Federal Lawsuit Filed In Texas AGs’ Motion To Intervene ...
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KINDERGARTEN TEACHER PRODUCED CHILD PORN

Former Alabama Kindergarten Teacher Sentenced to Prison for Producing Child Pornography An Alabama man was sentenced to 10 years in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release, for ...
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BEAVERS' SEXUALLY HARASSED TEEN WORKERS

EEOC Sues Beavers’ Inc. / Arby’s For Sexual Harassment of Teen Workers Atmore Arby's Management Ignored Ongoing Sexual Harassment Despite Repeated Employee Complaints, Federal Agency ...
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TARGETING TRAFFICKING ON THE DARKNET

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Announces Results of J-Code’s First Law Enforcement Operation Targeting Opioid Trafficking on the Darknet The Department of Justice, FBI and U.S. Postal Inspection ...
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ATTORNEY STOLE RETIREMENT BENEFITS?

Rochester Attorney Admits to Unlawfully Receiving Retirement Benefits Diane M. Cecero, age 64, of Pittsford, New York, recently admitted to unlawfully "double-dipping" and receiving state ...
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"NO POACH" AGREEMENTS ARE ANTI-COMPETITIVE

Justice Department Requires Knorr and Wabtec to Terminate Unlawful Agreements Not to Compete for Employees Settlement Prohibits Companies from Maintaining Employee “No-Poach” Agreements ...
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DOGFIGHTERS COLLARED

A.G. Schneiderman Announces Guilty Pleas In Connection With Takedown Of Long Island Dogfighting Ring “Operation Bloodline” Results in Three Felony Pleas Following Rescue of 36 Pit Bulls ...
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NO ASKING ABOUT SALARY HISTORY

Governor Cuomo Announces Legislation to Institute a Salary History Ban to Close the Gender Wage Gap On Equal Pay Day, Advances Legislation to Ban Employers, Both Public and Private, from Asking for ...
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LOOKING INTO REPUBLIC SERVICES

Newman Ferrara LLP Announces Corporate Governance Investigation of Republic Services, Inc. - RSG NEW YORK--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Newman Ferrara LLP recently announced that the firm is conducting an ...
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7-ELEVEN TO SELL 26 GAS STATIONS TO SUNOCO

FTC Approves Final Order Imposing Conditions on 7-Eleven’s Acquisition of Nearly 1,100 Retail Fuel Outlets from Competitor Sunoco Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission ...
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TENURED TEACHER FACED AGE DISCRIMINATION

EEOC Sues Waterford School District for Retaliation School District Failed to Recall Teacher in Retaliation for His Age Discrimination Complaint, Federal Agency Charges The Waterford Public School ...
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CITY ISLAND LANDMARKS STYMIED

Designations of Two Individual Landmarks Overturned by Council Booth House Landmarks’ designations of two residential buildings on City Island rejected due to objections of local council member. ...
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AIRLINES EXECS STOLE MONEY FROM ESCROW

Two Former Airline Industry Executives Convicted of Orchestrating Multimillion Dollar Scheme to Steal Passenger Money from Escrow A federal jury in the District of New Jersey found the former chief ...
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HELPING INMATES WITH HEARING DISABILITIES

Justice Department Reaches Agreement with the South Carolina Department of Corrections to Provide Effective Communication to Inmates with Hearing Disabilities The Justice Department reached a ...
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LOTS OF DATA BREACHES IN 2017

A.G. Schneiderman Announces Record Number Of Data Breach Notices For 2017 Hacking Continues to Drive the Explosion of Data Breaches; 2017 Saw Exposure of Personal Records of 9.2 Million New Yorkers ...
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ANNOINTED STOLE $1.6 MILLIION

Michigan Home Health Agency Assistant Director of Nursing Sentenced to Three Years in Prison for Role in $1.6 Million Health Care Fraud Scheme The assistant director of nursing of a Michigan home ...
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SELLING THREE FUEL STATIONS IN AL

FTC Requests Public Comment on Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc.’s Application to Approve Sale of Three Retail Fuel Stations and Convenience Stores in Alabama The Federal Trade Commission is ...
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