Monthly Archives: June 2022

Georgia court dismisses ex-Fisher & Phillips attorney’s murder conviction

Claud “Tex” McIver is serving a life sentence for the murder of his wife Diane Georgia Supreme Court says jurors should have been allowed to consider a lesser charge of manslaughter June 30 – Georgia’s Supreme Court on Thursday overturned the murder conviction of former Fisher & Phillips partner Claud …

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Cleveland-area mail carrier sold blue box master key to group that stole $1.5 million in fake check scheme, feds say

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A U.S. Postal Service mail carrier sold a master key that unlocked dozens of blue boxes in the area to a group who used it to steal mail and carry out a 1.5 check fraud scheme million dollars, according to federal prosecutors. The postman, Cameron Proctor, sold …

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Chris Brown, Broward County Court Candidate, Group 15 – Sun Sentinel

Campaign website: CampaignChrisBrown.com Date and place of birth: November 16, 1959 Louisville Kentucky University of Miami College of Law, Juris Doctor, May 1995 Florida International University, FL, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science, April 1984 Miami Dade Community College (Correctional Officer Training) 1982 Eastern Kentucky University (1978 – 1980) University of …

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State Supreme Court considers amount of evidence sufficient to prove identity in prior convictions | Courts

An El Paso County jury convicted Enrique Gorostieta in 2019 of possession of a weapon by a former offender. To determine it was the same Enrique Gorostieta who had a drug conviction in 2016, jurors were told the name, date of birth and county matched, and they were also given …

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‘Act of God’ jury prize winner is a lesson in resilience and kindness – Awardsdaily

There’s not enough representation for artists and creatives with disabilities, and it’s refreshing to see an honest and entertaining short film that spotlights both. In Spencer Cook and Parker Smith’s award-winning short, act of god, a man’s journey to greater independence leads to unforeseen events. It just won the US …

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Gross seeks GOP nod for clerk job | Western Colorado

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Ex-Tesla employee seeks new trial after jury award drops to $15 million

New lawsuit for damages in Tesla workplace discrimination lawsuit The jury would determine how much Owen Diaz, a former Tesla employee, should receive in damages in his workplace discrimination lawsuit. SAN FRANCISCO – A former Tesla employee has requested a new lawsuit for workplace discrimination after the judge lowered the …

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Retired General Jim Mattis marries; The bride has a high profile job in eastern Washington

Annette Cary/Tri-City Herald The Tri-Cities’ most famous bachelor has married. General James “Jim” Mattis, the former Secretary of Defense, married Christina Lomasney, who works at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland. Mattis has stayed true to his Tri-Cities roots. He grew up in Richland, where his father worked at …

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Supreme Court rules injured Iraq War veteran can sue Texas for workplace discrimination

The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that a US Army reservist injured in the Iraq war can sue Texas for workplace discrimination. Justices voted 5-4 to reject Texas’ claim that states should be immune from lawsuits under a federal law that gives returning veterans the right to get their jobs back …

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Judges say vet who lost his job as a Texas soldier can sue the state | app

The judges ruled for army veteran Le Roy Torres under a federal law enacted in 1994 in the aftermath of the Persian Gulf War to strengthen job protections for returning military personnel. × This page requires JavaScript. Javascript is required for you to play premium content. Please enable it in …

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Alaska Supreme Court overturns murder conviction in 2011 ‘snitch murder’ case

Marquinn Jones-Nelson during her sentencing hearing on May 6, 2014 at the Anchorage Courthouse. The Alaska Supreme Court last week overturned Jones-Nelson’s murder conviction in the 2011 murder of Devante Jordan. (Loren Holmes/DNA Archive) The Alaska Supreme Court overturned the conviction of a 32-year-old Anchorage man sentenced to nearly 60 …

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Open letter to Joy News and the Multimedia Group

Amidu Chinnia Issahaku Dear Joy FM/News, I took my time to watch and listen to your documentary “Caught in Conflict?” that you broadcast in your media. If I understand correctly, you have launched an investigation to expose wrongdoing related mainly to a conflict of interest and, to some extent, corruption …

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Black Columbus police lieutenant slams $2 jury award as ‘grossly unfair’ | New

A Black Columbus police lieutenant, who received just $2 from a federal jury that found she suffered discrimination and retaliation, is seeking a new trial for damages, saying she is insulted by the tiny award she received. According to Columbus Expedition, Lieutenant Melissa McFadden won his civil lawsuit against the …

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ROBERT HUDOCK OF THE HUDOCK EMPLOYMENT LAW GROUP NAMED “LEGAL VISIONARY”

LOS ANGELES, June 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Employer Defense Law Firm Hudock Labor Law Group announced today that the Attorney General Robert Hudock was again recognized as a “Legal Visionary” in the second annual Law Business Review. The special supplement published by LA Times B2B Publishing focuses on trends and …

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SD Attorney General’s Impeachment Prosecutor Received Post | app

PIERRE, SD (AP) — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has named the lead prosecutor in the Senate impeachment trial against former Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg to serve the remainder of Ravnsborg’s term. Noem’s appointment of Pennington County State’s Attorney Mark Vargo as attorney general became effective Tuesday. × This page …

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Supreme Court overturns ‘invalid’ Flint water crisis charges against Snyder and 8 others ⋆ Michigan Advance

Update, 1:52 PM, 6/28/22 with statement from Snyder’s legal team Michigan’s Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a judge lacks the power in 2021 to indict former GOP Governor Rick Snyder, Snyder’s former chief health officer and seven others on charges related to the water crisis in Flint. The Michigan legislature …

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Do government officials deserve immunity when they don’t do their job?

Mario Rosales was held at gunpoint by an off-duty officer. His civil rights lawsuit was dismissed. institute for justice Decades ago, the Supreme Court created the doctrine of qualified immunity to protect government officials when they were sued for violation of constitutional rights. At the time, the Court wrote that …

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$2 jury prize ‘grossly unfair’

A Black Columbus police lieutenant, who received just $2 from a federal jury that found she suffered retaliation and discrimination, is now seeking a new trial for damages, saying she is insulted by the price. Lt. Melissa McFadden won her civil lawsuit against the city of Columbus on June 13 …

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Sentinel Portfolio Company TriMech Acquires Solid Solutions Group

Creates a leading global engineering design solutions platform NEW YORK, June 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — TriMech, a portfolio company of Sentinel Capital Partners, today announced its acquisition of Solid Solutions Group (“SSG”), a leading provider of computer-aided design (“CAD”) software and services. ) 3D in the UK and Ireland. Sentinel, …

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U.S. Supreme Court sides with doctors challenging opioid convictions

June 27 (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday gave two doctors convicted of abusing their licenses amid the opioid epidemic in the United States to write thousands of prescriptions for addictive painkillers another chance to challenge their convictions. Judges ruled 9-0 in favor of Xiulu Ruan and Shakeel …

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Canon group companies honored – GuruFocus.com

The PRISMAcolor Manager solution is also recognized for its user interface MELVILLE, NY, May 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Nine products – and color management solution PRISMAcolor Manager – have been honored with the iF Design Awards 2022, as announced by Canon Inc., Canon’s parent company UNITED STATESInc., a leader in …

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Mining Town Story: Carroll was named crew chief on the second day on the job | Local

RICHARD I. GIBSON for The Montana Standard When Michael Carroll died in February 1891 at the age of 41 or 42, the Anaconda Standard called his service “the grandest funeral the camp has ever seen.” He was a friend of Marcus Daly and the superintendent of the Anaconda and St. …

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The remaining seven cases before the Supreme Court this quarter

Seven disputes remain to be decided. The judges are grappling with the case of Joe Kennedy, a former Washington state high school football coach at a public school who lost his job for praying on the 50-yard line after games. The school district said it suspended Kennedy to avoid giving …

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Trump’s lasting legacy grows as Supreme Court overturns Roe

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden rarely mentions his predecessor by name. But as he spoke to a nation dealing with seismic change in women’s rights, he could not ignore the legacy of Donald Trump. “It was three judges appointed by a President – ​​Donald Trump – who were at the …

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Ocala, Florida criminal cases are solved with jail time

A jury found a man guilty in a trial last week at the Marion County Judiciary Center, and another man chose not to take a chance on a trial and instead resolved his case with a plea bargain. Brian Carl Vanepps was sentenced to life in prison after being found …

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Lorena Mastrarrigo, Candidate for Broward County Circuit Court Judge, Group 51 – Sun Sentinel

Campaign website: Lorenaforjudge.com Date and place of birth: December 26, 1973, Argentina List in reverse chronological order each college, university, and law school and indicate for each the years of attendance, class rank, and cumulative grade point average. University of Miami, Law School 1996-1999 Can’t remember GPA University of Central …

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Gabon and Togo admitted to the group of Commonwealth nations | app

KIGALI, Rwanda (AP) — The African nations of Gabon and Togo have been admitted to the group of Commonwealth nations. “We welcome them,” Rwandan President Paul Kagame, whose government hosted a summit of Commonwealth leaders, told reporters on Saturday. × This page requires JavaScript. Javascript is required for you to …

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Scientific Research Fellowship (BIPD) 039/2022 work with UNIVERSITY OF ALGARVE

TO REMARK No. 039/2022 OPEN CALL FOR RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATION UNDER THE CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE ALGARVE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP REGULATIONS TITLE: Postdoctoral Fellowship A call is now open for a post-doctoral research fellowship (BIPD) under the 101045506-FINISTERA-ERC-2021-COG project, funded by the European Research Council (ERC), with the following conditions: …

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Former Minneapolis officer who killed 911 caller to be released

By AMY FORLITI Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an unarmed woman who called 911 to report a possible sexual assault in the driveway behind her home is set to be released from jail next week, months after his murder conviction was overturned …

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Ex-San Marcos police officer Ryan Hartman won’t get his job back

Ryan Hartman, former police sergeant of beleaguered San Marcos, who was fired from his job in January, will not be allowed to return to the force, a hearing examiner ruled Thursday. Hartman, who had worked for the ministry since 2007, was under surveillance since June 2020 when he was involved …

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This Tampa Bay group helps women get abortions. With Roe knocked down, their job just got harder | app

Every day, a network of volunteers for the Tampa Bay Abortion Fund — mostly women, of varying ages and backgrounds — log on to their computers, turn on their phones, and get to work. They operate like professional strategists, connected by email, phone, and sometimes virtual meeting. Many have never …

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Top Entertainment Business Loan Options

Obtaining an Entertainment Loan Getting suitable entertainment business loans may help creatives and entrepreneurs bring their ideas off the ground and share their work with their community. For many artists and performers, negotiating the business world is complex, confusing, and tedious. To develop a short film, a play, an album, …

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Four Bay Area Priests Still Working Despite New Sexual Abuse Allegations – NBC Bay Area

Two Bay Area Catholic dioceses are allowing the priests they employ to remain in ministry despite lawsuits now accusing the men of sexually abusing children earlier in their careers, NBC Bay Area has confirmed. The findings come amid an ongoing NBC Bay Area investigation into a flood of new child …

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Simon Case admits discussing job opportunities for Carrie Johnson at royal charity

Cabinet Secretary Simon Case admitted discussing possibilities for the Prime Minister’s wife to play a role in charity, but denied trying to find her a job. Case said he learned about potential roles for Carrie Symonds – who became Carrie Johnson when she married the Prime Minister last year – …

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Editorial | Poor quality work in a gang case | Comment

Whatever the final verdict in the remaining charges against the 28 alleged One Don/Clansman Gang members still in court for membership in a criminal organization and other crimes, it is clear that police and prosecutors need to look closely at how they do their job. For what was laid bare …

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Alleged descendant of ‘Dad’ Renty Taylor can sue Harvard: Court

Placeholder while loading article actions A woman who says she is descended from slaves photographed because a racist Harvard scientist can sue the school for emotional distress after it “cavaliantly” ignored his requests for information and recognition, Massachusetts’ highest court ruled Thursday. But the court rejected the woman’s request to …

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Top officials urged to launch probe into Boris Johnson’s ‘work for Carrie’ claims

Exclusive: Labor has called for an investigation, after the Mirror revealed this week that Mr Johnson had spoken to Downing Street aides about the possibility of securing jobs for Ms Johnson. ( Image: swimming pool/AFP via Getty Images) Cabinet Secretary Simon Case has been asked to launch an independent inquiry …

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Keighley neo-Nazi terror group jailed for over 30 years

Four members of a neo-Nazi terror cell that manufactured weapons and advocated racist violence have been jailed for over 30 years today (23 June). We’ve already covered how Daniel Wright, Liam Hall, Stacey Salmon and Samuel Whibley were found guilty of eighteen offenses in March. The prosecution called them an …

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Sheffield judge jails ‘extremist’ group that advocated racist violence and weapons manufacturing

Judge Spencer jailed Daniel Wright, Liam Hall, Stacey Salmon and Samuel Whibley for a combined total of 31 years during a sentencing hearing held at Sheffield Crown Court on Thursday June 23, after jurors found them guilty of a combined total of 18 offenses following an 11-week trial in court. …

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Middletown woman charged with her sister’s murder returns to court to be heard on insanity plea

MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (WXIX) – A Middletown woman charged with the murder of her sister will return to court Thursday for a hearing on her insanity plea. Butler County Court of Common Pleas Judge Keith Spaeth recently ruled that Monica Pennington has been reinstated and set her trial for September 12. …

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Sarwat Gilani talks about nose job, Joyland and the value of good work – Life & Style

In a recent interview, actress Sarwat Gilani, one of Pakistan’s most well-known celebrities, spoke candidly about her career and personal life. With her undeniable talent and acumen for strong storylines, the Churails actress has cemented her place in the Pakistani film industry. She started her career in dramas and has …

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The Recorder – Veteran Greenfield officer lands Erving job following budget cuts

ERVING – Following controversial police budget cuts in Greenfield, 24-year-old Greenfield Police Constable Laura Gordon has been appointed to join Erving’s force as a full-time patrol officer. Gordon, who completed her final day with Greenfield Police last week, revealed in a series of Facebook comments that she started the hiring …

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Why I Quit My Job During The Big Resignation, According To 7 Men

The Great Resignation is real. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 4.5 million workers left their jobs in March 2022. This is a record, which represents a monumental increase of more than 150,000 employees who leave February 2022. In addition, job openings at the end of March were …

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Last inmate of a group that escaped from Virginia federal prison has been recaptured

AAll four of the inmates who escaped from a federal compound in Virginia are back behind bars after the last inmate was recaptured, officials said Wednesday. The latest escapee, Lamonte Rashawn Willis, was returned to FCC Petersburg at 12:00 p.m. Wednesday, while two others, Corey Branch and Kareem Allen Shaw, …

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Former Tesla employee in racism case refuses jury award after judge cuts it from $137m to $15m

By Malathi Nayak | Bloomberg A former Tesla Inc. contractor has refused to accept $15 million in damages for racist abuse he suffered at the Northern California electric vehicle maker’s factory after a judge ruled dramatically reduced a jury verdict of $137 million. Owen Diaz told U.S. District Judge William …

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July jury rolls released | Court News

The following citizens have been summoned for jury duty in Jackson County Superior Court at the Jackson County Justice Center in Courtroom 1401 Grindstaff Cove Road, Sylva for a term of approximately one week. Before showing up, call 631-6405 after 5:30 p.m. the day before the service date for a …

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Former Tesla worker in racism case refuses jury award after judge cuts it from $137m to $15m

By Malathi Nayak | Bloomberg A former Tesla Inc. contractor has refused to accept $15 million in damages for racist abuse he suffered at the Northern California electric vehicle maker’s factory after a judge ruled dramatically reduced a jury verdict of $137 million. Owen Diaz told U.S. District Judge William …

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Former Tesla employee rejects $15 million jury prize in racism case. here’s why

Former Tesla employee Owen Diaz had alleged he had been the victim of racist abuse during his employment at the California factory between 2015 and 2016. By : HT automatic office | Updated: June 22, 2022, 07:04 File photo of the Tesla logo. (Reuters) A former Tesla employee has refused …

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Ranking the 10 best tight ends in the NFL in 2022: Travis Kelce leads a group of proven veterans and newcomers

The tight end position is one of the most underrated positions in football. They are called upon in some games to serve as an offensive lineman, then as a wide receiver in others. Sometimes they have to do both on the same piece. Tight ends who are qualified enough to …

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A Derbyshire decorator broke a plasterer’s jaw during a sanding job

A Derbyshire decorator who punched a plasterer in a row over sanding walls has been ordered to pay his victim thousands in compensation. Painter Michael English punched the plasterer in the face and is now due to pay his victim £2,400 in compensation. Michael English, from Swadlincote, and his victim …

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Stillwater man charged with starting fire at Mission of Hope returns to court

June 20 – Trevor Chapman was arrested and charged with arson after police and firefighters responded to Mission of Hope in February. Stillwater Police Officer Caleb Cassidy wrote in the probable cause affidavit that two people at the scene told him Chapman barricaded himself in one of the rooms, started …

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North Carolina Supreme Court restores jury award to elderly couple for home invasion

An elderly couple who survived a home invasion robbery conspired by an employee of a home health care company he hired to care for them is entitled to the $750,000 a jury awarded them due to the company’s negligent hiring, the North Carolina Supreme court ruled. In a 5-0 decision …

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Pramod Patil, Vice President and Chief

Pramod Patil, VP & Head – Media, Kotak Mahindra Group joins the OAA 2022 jury By M4G Office – June 21, 2022 Pramod has 17 years of experience in media research, strategy, measurement, planning and buying. He was part of some record advertising campaigns of the Kotak Mahindra group. …

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Waukesha Parade attack suspect back in court

WAUKESHA, Wis. – The man accused of killing six people and injuring dozens more during the Waukesha Christmas Parade will be back in court on Tuesday. Darrell Brooks faces 83 charges in Waukesha County Court. His lawyers will again ask the judge for a change of venue. They don’t believe …

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Impact of the energy transition on job creation, energy, water and food security

Thursday June 30 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (SAST) The Black Energy Professionals Association (BEPA), in partnership with Enlit Africa and WISE Africaorganizes a webinar to discuss the likely impact of the energy transition on job creation, energy, water and food security. The Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) represents $8.5 …

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“Microbus” wins the jury prize at the Cine Africano Festival in Spain

The Egyptian short film “Microbus”, with Dalia Shawky, wins the jury prize for best short film at the Cine Africano Festival in Spain. Written and directed by Maggie Kamal and starring Shawky alongside Dahaba Abuldahab, the film shines a light on bullying from a different and unprecedented perspective, …

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Damien McElrath challenges double jeopardy in Supreme Court

Damien Cornell McElrath was convicted in 2014 and 2017 of murdering his mother. COBB COUNTY, Georgia — After two trials, the case of a western Cobb County man will be argued in Georgia Supreme Court on Tuesday following his conviction in the death of his mother. His legal team is …

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New Mexico Supreme Court Clarifies Legal Framework for Use of Social Media Evidence in Trial – Los Alamos Reporter

NEWS FROM THE SUPREME COURT The state Supreme Court has clarified requirements for allowing social media communications as evidence in New Mexico legal proceedings. In a unanimous opinion, the state’s highest court for the first time addressed a legal issue regarding guidelines governing the admissibility of social media evidence. The …

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Courts in Fresno CA brace for action by correctional officers

The Fresno County Superior Courthouse at 1100 Van Ness Ave. in Fresno, California. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com Fresno County Superior Court officials said late Friday that courtrooms would be open Monday, though they anticipate “imminent professional action” from the union that represents correctional officers in the county. Efforts to reach officials …

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Iowa Supreme Court cuts damages in $8 million libel case

The Iowa Supreme Court reduced damages from $11 million to nearly $3 million in a libel suit against an Iowan who brought charges against his former employer. The lack of sufficient evidence of the employer’s loss of earnings and the current social media climate played a role in the court’s …

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THIRSTY SUITORS Wins Special Jury Prize at 2022 Tribeca Games

Last night the Tribeca party announced the jury winners for this year’s official selections. For Tribeca Games – now in its second year – the 2022 Tribeca Games Award went to the Outer loop games– Developed RPG Thirsty suitorswith Evening school studioit is Oxenfree II: Lost Signals receive a special …

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Civil and family cases delayed as New Brunswick court handles high number of jury trials – New Brunswick

The Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick says it will have to adjourn some civil and family trials due to judicial vacancies, an unprecedented number of jury trials and a large number of cases of child protection. The chief justice of the court wrote last week to members of …

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Job: Remote Direct Sales Agent at Novateur Integrated Solutions Limited

Role overview The Direct Sales Agent is responsible for the marketing, sales and growth of all of our brands, products, services, platforms and solutions. As a DSA/RDSA, you will market and sell our packaged solutions remotely while extracting value through the provision of training services. You will work within the …

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Scientific Research Fellowship Job at ALGARVE UNIVERSITY

TO REMARK N. 037/2022 (1 BI-M) OPEN CALL FOR RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATION UNDER THE CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE ALGARVE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP REGULATIONS TITLE: Opening of a call for research grants A call is now open for a research grant for a researcher holding a Master’s degree in the INTERGEN …

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Boomtown Launches NFT Campaign Against Human Trafficking

South African advertising and marketing communications group, Boomtown, used NFTs to raise awareness of human trafficking. Image Provided: The Impossible Series is intended to raise awareness and fundraise against human trafficking The campaign also aims to raise funds for A21, a global organization working to end human trafficking and slavery. …

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Pamplin Media Group – Tigard man charged in federal court with school shooting threats

Braeden Richard Riess was previously arrested by the Sherwood Police Department for the email threats. A Tigard man has been charged with a federal felony for allegedly threatening to carry out a shooting at a school in Sherwood, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Friday, June 17. Braeden Richard Riess, 26, …

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Carluke Rovers hope to have a group of new players in place for the start of the season

Carluke Rovers are hoping to have at least seven new faces ahead of their West of Scotland League Third Division campaign. Co-boss Paul Davies says at least six of them are nearly overwhelmed, but with some on vacation and others technically still under contract elsewhere, he is reluctant to name …

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Supreme Court rejects conviction appeal of founder of opioid maker Insys

(Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected offers by Insys Therapeutics Inc. founder John Kapoor and another former drugmaker executive to overturn their convictions for conspiring to bribing doctors to prescribe addictive opioids and defrauding insurers into paying for them. The judges rejected appeals by Mr. Kapoor, the …

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Des Moines Passes ‘Ban The Box’ Law Banning Criminal Investigations of Job Applications – Employee Rights/Labour Relations

June 16, 2022 Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak and Stewart To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. On November 15, 2021, the city of Des Moines, Iowa passed a “no box” law that will limit employer investigations and criminal …

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Albany rape and kidnapping victim can sue the rehab group that treated her attacker

ALBANY — A woman who was kidnapped and raped at knifepoint in a New Scotland Avenue apartment can continue her negligence lawsuit against the Altamont-based mental health and addictions center that served her attacker on an outpatient basis, an appeals court ruled Thursday. In a 5-0 decision, appeals judges upheld …

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Federal grand jury charges Nicholas Roske with conspiring to kill Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh

1/4 Prosecutors say Nicholas Roske was upset by the mass shooting in Texas that killed 19 children and feared Judge Brett Kavanaugh would relax requirements for gun owners. File photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI | License picture June 16 (UPI) — A federal grand jury has indicted a California man with …

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Abortion extremist group declares ‘open season’ on pro-life facilities nationwide

Extremist pro-abortion group Jane’s Revenge declared “open season” on Tuesday about pro-life organizations and facilities. The organization, which has claimed responsibility for several firebombings and vandalism at pro-life facilities from Wisconsin to Florida over the past month, issued the warning in a statement to Abolition of media“an online source of …

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Florida court rejects attempt to suppress grand jury report on school safety

An appeals court on Wednesday rejected attempts to block disclosure of information in a final report by a statewide grand jury formed to investigate school safety and other issues after the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. A three-judge panel in the 4th District Court …

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Des Moines bans criminal investigation ahead of conditional job offers

Related practices and jurisdictions On Nov. 15, 2021, the city of Des Moines, Iowa passed a “ban the box” law that will limit employer inquiries and criminal background checks on an applicant until after a conditional job offer. Although the law has been passed and has already entered into force, …

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10th Cir. Nixes Home Inspector Group Tagline TM Coverall

By Tiffany Hu (June 14, 2022, 8:30 p.m. EDT) – The slogan of a group of building inspectors containing the words “Educated. Tested. Verified. Certified.” was not false advertising that harmed a rival’s business, despite the fact that some members had not yet completed training, the Tenth Circuit ruled in …

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High Court: the names of the jurors will remain anonymous

PHOENIX — Arizonans have no legal right to know the names of jurors who decide criminal cases. The state Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected arguments by the publisher of the Cochise County Record that there is a First Amendment right of the public to know not just who sits on …

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Four men charged in federal court for illegal possession of firearms and narcotics | USAO-SDGA

SAVANNAH, GA: Four defendants are among those facing federal charges including drug trafficking and unlawful possession of firearms after separate grand jury indictments in the Southern District of Georgia, while the Recent actions in U.S. District Court include guilty pleas and criminal convictions related to illegal possession of firearms. Charged …

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Amber Heard says Johnny Depp’s lawyer ‘did a better job of distracting the jury from the real issues’

Amber Heard says she stands by the testimony she gave during a controversial six-week libel trial against ex-husband Johnny Depp, claiming she has “always told the truth”. “That’s all I said. And I said it to power. And I paid the price,” Heard said in his first post-verdict interview, two …

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Amber Heard: Johnny Depp’s lawyers did ‘a better job of distracting the jury from the real issues’

Actress Amber Heard has said she spoke ‘truth to power’ during Johnny Depp’s libel case against her, claiming Depp’s lawyers diverted the jury from the ‘real issues’. In her first meeting since a jury overwhelmingly ruled against her in the high-profile case, Heard noted to NBC’s Savannah Guthrie on ‘Today’ …

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‘I’m really going to miss it’: Idaho House chief clerk takes on new job with national band

Towards the end of the 2022 legislative session in March, after one of the only sick days she had ever taken in 10 years in the Idaho Legislative Assembly, Carrie Maulin grated and coughed as she read the text full multi-page bills – an exercise that is normally unnecessary but …

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Woman, 50, died after collapsing during ‘alcoholics support group meeting’, inquest finds

A Stockport woman has died after collapsing during an alcoholics support group meeting. Patricia McElroy, from Heaton Mersey, was rushed to Salford Royal Hospital following the June 2 incident, Bolton Coroners Court heard. The 50-year-old legal executive died shortly thereafter. Police Coroner’s Officer Andrew Pickles told the court: ‘On June …

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Abhinav Iyer, GM – Marketing & Strategy, Muthoot Finance & The Muthoot Group, member of the OAA 2022 jury

Abhinav Iyer, GM – Marketing & Strategy, Muthoot Finance & The Muthoot Group, member of the OAA 2022 jury By M4G Office – June 14, 2022 Over the past 8 years, Abhinav has spearheaded a plethora of transformational marketing initiatives for Muthoot Finance including engaging Amitabh Bachchan as Brand Ambassador, …

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U.S. Supreme Court denies conviction appeal of founder of opioid maker Insys

June 13 (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected offers by Insys Therapeutics Inc founder John Kapoor and another former drugmaker executive to overturn their convictions for conspiring to to bribe doctors to prescribe addictive opioids and defraud insurers into paying for them. Judges dismissed appeals by Kapoor, …

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Labor fears OfS academic freedom professional cronyism

Britain’s new director of free speech and academic freedom must be impartial, shadow higher education minister says, despite failing in bid to stop party political donors from being appointed to this position. Applications have been opened for the £99,164-a-year job that will sit on the board of the Students’ Office, …

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Tennessee and the Baptiste group end legal battle over Chattanooga migrant center

NASHVILLE — A month-long legal battle has ended between the state of Tennessee and a Georgia-based nonprofit group whose Chattanooga emergency shelter for unaccompanied migrant minors was suspended by the state at following allegations of sexual misconduct involving three staff members and several teenagers last July. Davidson County Chancellor Patricia …

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Robert Runcie Now Leads National Group of Superintendents and School Safety Initiative | app

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Robert Runcie, whose tenure as superintendent of Broward Schools included the Parkland tragedy and a grand jury indictment, now oversees a national group of school leaders and a project of a million dollars to improve school safety across the country. Runcie is the acting head of …

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Miramar City Manager Virgin Gets a Good Job, Then a Good Deal on His DUI

Miramar City Manager Roy Livingston Virgin, right, and Broward State Attorney Harold Pryor By Dan Christensen, FloridaBulldog.org May was a very good month for Roy Livingston Virgin. On May 4, a three-person majority of the Miramar city commission named Virgin interim city manager after dumping his predecessor just six months …

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Triangle job postings plummet as signs of recession mount :: WRAL.com

Over the past month, local job postings have declined on most major job sites that WRAL TechWire tracks for our weekly jobs report. View Transcript TOMORROW. AND IF WE SEE ANY INCREASE OR IMPROVEMENT IN THIS AREA, BACK TO CAN GO NOWHERE. BUT UP, AM I TALKING TO YOU ABOUT …

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Week of June 13: Job of the day

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – This week, Labor Centers feature jobs in the transportation industry. MONDAY: Local non-CDL delivery driver | Lumber and star supply | wichita | The pay scale starts at $19.00 per hour and increases depending on the type of CDL. | https://www.kansasworks.com/jobs/11984496 | Qualifications: • Delivery of …

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Robert Runcie now leads the national group and security effort

Robert Runcie, whose tenure as superintendent of Broward Schools included the Parkland tragedy and a grand jury indictment, now oversees a national group of school leaders and a million-dollar project to improve school safety across the country. Runcie is the acting head of Chiefs for Change, a Washington, D.C.-based education …

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Pocatello man sentenced in federal court for trafficking meth and heroin

The following is a press release from the United States Department of Justice for the District of Idaho. POCATELLO – After a four-day trial, a federal jury sitting in Pocatello found Adam Lee Vallely, 46, of Pocatello guilty of one count of conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, one count of …

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Report Says US SEC Investigating Asset Management Division of Goldman Sachs Group Inc

The Wall Street Journal reported that the United States Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating the asset management division of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Citing people familiar with the matter, The Wall Street Journal reports that the asset management division is being questioned about its funds seeking to invest according …

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Pea Ridge School Board members learn about the job

PEA RIDGE – “This is where you start to define what your legacy will be as a school board…we still have tremendous growth, not only in housing, but also in students,” said Keith Martin, welcoming the new school board. member, the two directors re-elected and the four people running for …

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Holcomb chooses Judge Derek Molter to join the Indiana Supreme Court

Gov. Eric Holcomb announced on Friday that he has chosen Appeals Court Judge Derek Molter as the next member of the Indiana Supreme Court. Molter will replace outgoing Supreme Court Justice Steven David. Molter was appointed to the Court of Appeals by Governor Holcomb and began his service on October …

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Farmers’ group opposes Health Canada’s ‘defamation’ of beef

2022 Alberta Lieutenant Governor’s Emerging Artists Named The Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Arts Awards Foundation announces awards totaling $110,000 to the 11 recipients of its 2022 Emerging Artist Award. “When economic times are tough, our artists are especially vulnerable,” says Foundation President Arlene Strom. “We are thrilled to invest $110,000 …

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‘He didn’t do anything’: Higher court releases reasons for reinstatement of adoptive father’s conviction | National

OTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada has released written reasons for its decision to uphold the conviction of a foster father for the starvation of a child and the imminent death of his sister. Both were in the care of Kevin Goforth and his wife. The high court reinstated …

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Sudanese anti-coup group meets with generals for the first time | app

CAIRO (AP) — Sudan’s leading pro-democracy group met with the country’s generals for the first time since last year’s military coup, the U.S. Embassy said Friday, in this which could signal a breakthrough in attempts to put the East African nation back on track towards a democratic transition. The meeting, …

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Davison County Criminal Court for June 7

June 9 – MITCHELL – The following cases were among those heard Tuesday in a circuit court session at the Davison County Public Safety Center, Judge Chris Giles presiding. * Shavar Glapsy, 38, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to first degree burglary, a Class 2 felony which carries a maximum …

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Fiction Beyond Non-Fiction: Li Tang Gallery’s Innovative Online Group Exhibition

“Poster credit: Team Li Tang” The innovative digital exhibition organized by Li Tang Gallery allowed artists to show the impact of technology on their craft. NEW YORK, NY- On May 30, 2022, Li Tang Gallery presented Fiction Beyond Nonfiction International Juried Exhibition. The exhibition received 334 artwork submissions from around …

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A summer job: good for teenagers’ souls and wallets | app

It’s been a tough few years, especially for the teenagers. Between the shutdowns and the shift to contactless everything – including education – teenagers have had a pretty raw deal. They could enjoy a break this summer. In fact, they would need a job. There’s good news for work-ready teens. …

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UST arm’s mobile app for Olam Group wins iF Design Award

Moonraft, the experience and innovation design arm of UST, has announced that Adva, a mobile app it designed for Singapore-based Olam Group, has won an iF Design Award for User Interface. . Adva is an educational and action-oriented app designed to create a global environmental movement through collective individual action. …

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Bolton Wanderers fans give their verdict on Ian Evatt and Blackpool jobs speculation

IT has been a worrying week for wanderersfans as speculation over Ian Evatt and a possible move to the Blackpool Noises Championship from the University of Bolton The stadium is positive – and it looks like there hasn’t been any formal approach from the Seasiders for their former player, who …

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‘The Janes’ review: How an underground group of Chicago activists responded to the illegality of abortion | app

Then and now, Chicago was “a city where people did stuff.” He got things done, stirred up trouble, made no small plans. That, said one of the clandestine abortion providers interviewed in the terrifyingly relevant new documentary “The Janes,” which premieres Wednesday, was the “beauty” of the place. The word …

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Bento accused of being evasive and dishonest in court

A delivery cyclist charged with the murder of teenager Josh Dunne has been accused of being evasive and dishonest in his testimony which he gave to gardaí and in court. In his closing argument to the jury, Sean Guerin for the prosecution also said the fact that George Gonzaga Bentos …

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Ian Siegel, CEO of ZipRecruiter, on the radical change in the job market: “The future of work is now”

May’s jobs report beat expectations with 390,000 jobs added to the economy. Edward Lawrence of FOX Business with more. During the COVID-19 pandemic, CEO Ian Siegel of ZipRecruiter has witnessed incredible changes in the US job market for both employers and job seekers. In a recent interview with FOX Business, …

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Supreme Court justices could decide this month whether the Alain Kaloyeros case merits further consideration

ALBANY — The U.S. Supreme Court could decide by the end of the month whether to consider a request by Albany Nanotech founder Alain Kaloyeros to overturn his 2018 wire fraud conviction. The court revealed on Tuesday that it had distributed copies of Kaloyeros’ petition, known as the writ of …

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Worcester’s favorite lab among a group accused of fraud, money laundering and bribes for urine drug tests

A Worcester clinical laboratory is part of a group charged on Tuesday with Medicaid fraud, money laundering and urine drug test bribes totaling more than $2 million in false statements to the ‘State. Attorney General Maura Healey announced the charges in a press release Tuesday, saying the owner of Worcester’s …

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The best time to find a job in California? Experts say this industry is struggling to hire | app

It’s the best time in 50 years to look for a job in California. That’s the view of Michael Bernick, who ran the state unemployment agency, an analysis widely echoed by other economists and backed by data. × This page requires JavaScript. Javascript is required for you to play premium …

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Title VII Job Transfers

Related practices and jurisdictions Let’s say you’re tired of your current position and want to try something new with the same employer. You apply for a job transfer, and you are refused. Then you discover that other people were able to make the move more easily. If these other people …

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The dynamic and consistent actions of Global Cosmed SA in terms of sustainable growth were appreciated by the jury of the 11th edition of Polityka’s SCR Leaves initiative. The sustainable growth strategy adopted, the extra-financial report drawn up in compliance with the best market practices and the widely deployed circular …

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On March 3, 1991, video shows Rodney King being brutally attacked by LAPD officers after an 8-mile police chase. The footage was widely broadcast on television news, sparking nationwide anger over King’s treatment. King, who was on parole for theft, was released without charge. Meanwhile, the four officers have been …

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Amy Coney Barrett’s former religious group has been accused of child sex abuse

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$460 million awarded to former workers who sued California utility

LOS ANGELES Two men who sued saying they were forced out of their jobs at a Southern California utility after complaining of sexual and racial harassment have been awarded $440 million in punitive damages, lawyers said. A Los Angeles County jury awarded punitive damages on Thursday, in addition to the …

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Two lawyers fight over a bench seat in Kitsap County District Court

Voters will choose a new judge to sit on the Kitsap County District Court bench in November, and they will choose between local attorneys Shane Seaman and Stan Glisson for the position. The two are vying for the seat currently held by Judge Marilyn Paja, who has served on the …

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Lake County News, Calif. – Superior Court Says Jury Selection Must Return to Courthouse; criminal schedules to return to in-person appearances

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. — The Lake County Superior Court has said that due to low COVID-19 transmission rates, it plans to return to courthouse jury selection and in-person appearances in criminal cases. . Almost a year ago, Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health removed all physical …

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2 ex-SoCal Edison employees win $460 million in workplace retaliation

LOS ANGELES Two men who sued for being forced out of their jobs at Southern California Edison after complaining of sexual and racial harassment have been awarded $440 million in punitive damages, attorneys have said. The punitive damages awarded Thursday by a Los Angeles County jury are in addition to …

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