Former teacher says Facebook post of mask warrants cost her job, takes legal action

MONCKS CORNER, SC (WCSC) – A former Berkeley County teacher said she was forced to resign after posting a video about mask requirements on social media. Holly Chapman has said in a lawsuit against the Berkeley County School District and its former superintendent, Eddie Ingram, that she was given the …

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artnet: Array Collective, a Belfast-based band whose winning program consisted of an ad, wins the 2021 Turner Prize

The Belfast-based group of artists and activists called the Array Collective won the Turner Prize 2021, becoming the first Northern Ireland winner in the history of the prestigious Tate-sponsored prize. The Array Collective selection was announced tonight at a dedicated ceremony in Coventry, England. Four other artist groups – Black …

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Turner Prize goes to Array Collective, an artistic protest group

COVENTRY, England – Collective painting, a group of 11 artists who attend political protests in Northern Ireland, wearing carnival costumes and holding fun and provocative banners, won the Turner Prize, Britain’s largest art award. The announcement was made on Wednesday evening during a ceremony at Coventry Cathedral in the English …

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California court rejects vicarious liability claims | Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

In March 2019, Caliber Home Loans hired NexLevel Direct to generate leads for its home loan refinancing business. Their contract required NexLevel to “perform or provide” its services “in full compliance with … all applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and ordinances.” The contract also required that NexLevel “not …

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Beard Winter LLP Welcomes Five New Lawyers To Its Insurance Defense Group

TORONTO, ON, DECEMBER 1, 2021 / insPRESS / – Beard Winter LLP is pleased to welcome James E. Dunn, Michael J. Huclack, Lauren N. Bloom, Tessie Kalogeras and Juliano Pichini as new additions to the firm’s Insurance Litigation practice area. Meet the new members of the Beard Winter team: James …

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Supreme Court to hear crucial abortion case on Wednesday

TAMPA, Florida – “Whatever the court ruling, in this case it will have implications for all 50 states,” said Dr. J. Edwin Benton, professor of political science at the University of South Florida. The United States Supreme Court will begin hearing oral argument Wednesday on a Mississippi abortion case where …

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Jamarion Robinson Case | DA wants case to stay in state court

Officers have filed for a referral to federal court, but Fulton County attorneys argue it’s a state issue. FULTON COUNTY, Georgia – A US Marshal and Clayton County police officer charged in Fulton County with the murder of Jamarion Robinson must keep his case in Georgia, the Fulton County District …

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Federal government asks questions about Sidney Powell and his pro-Trump group

Since Sidney Powell led one of then-President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election, she has found herself on the wrong side of a potentially ruinous flurry of lawsuits. But the problems with the voting machine are only part of the growing problems of the notorious lawyer for MAGA. …

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Laurence Moloney de Quincy accused of perjury after deaths on construction site

BOSTON – A Quincy construction company owner and one of his employees face charges after two men were killed at a Boston job site earlier this year. Laurence Moloney, 57, of Quincy faces three charges after District Attorney Rachael Rollins said he and an employee – Konstantino Kollias, 35 from …

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Former Virginia Police Officer Sacked Due To Rittenhouse Donation Wants His Job Back | State and regional news

Kyle Rittenhouse enters the courtroom to hear the verdicts of his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Friday. Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges. Sean Krajacic, Kenosha News By the associated press In an exclusive interview with Tucker Carlson after his acquittal, teenager Kyle Rittenhouse said, …

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