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2021 Wall of Fame Inductees: Distinguished Band | News

Each year, five new inductees grace Porterville City Hall’s Wall of Fame. Those honored are recognized for their significant contributions, efforts and service to the Porterville community. Due to the COVID pandemic, the previous 2020 and 2021 winners were not publicly honored until Friday when they were recognized, along with …

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Supreme Court finds bona fide error in copyright case

On February 24, 2022, the United States Supreme Court in Unicolors, Inc. v. H&M Hennes & Mauritz, LP, 211 L.Ed.2d 586 (US 2022) discussed the “knowledge” element in 17 USC 411(b) for copyright registrations. In a 6-3 decision, reversing the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the High Court held that …

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Update: pain management or pillbox? Supreme Court Hears Arguments Regarding Prosecution Standards for Practitioners Prescribing Narcotics | McGuireWoods LLP

Last week, the Supreme Court (Court) heard oral arguments in related cases Ruan v. United States and Kahn v. United States, regarding the application of the Controlled Substances Act (“CSA” or “the Act”) to medical practitioners. Through these cases, the Court is expected to resolve a divided circuit over the …

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War tribunal overseer ends sentence of Guantanamo detainee

GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba — An admitted al-Qaeda courier who described his torture by the CIA to a U.S. military jury has served his prison sentence, the Pentagon announced Friday. American diplomats must now find a country to place it. Majid Khan was sentenced to 26 years in prison in October, …

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McCook Group Enters 52nd Year Helping People With Disabilities Achieve Their Goals

McCOOK, Neb. (AP) – Success isn’t always measured by the car, the vacation, the bank account or the house. Sometimes it’s measured by the simplest things, like having a glass of water. And for more than 50 years, the staff at Southwest Area Training Services, or SWATS, has been helping …

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Lawsuit claims group intimidated voters in fraud hunt

The lawsuit alleges that a group of far-right election conspirators attempted to uncover non-existent fraud in the 2020 election through door-to-door canvassing. COLORADO, United States — A coalition of civil rights and voting organizations invoked the 19th century Ku Klux Klan law in a lawsuit filed Wednesday seeking to block …

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Indicted Colorado election clerk Tina Peters appears in court

Tina Peters (Mesa County Sheriff’s Office) GRAND JUNCTION — A Colorado County election clerk who was jailed after being charged with conspiring to breach voting system technology used in the United States made her first court appearance via video Thursday. Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters made no comment during the …

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Leissner was earning US$41,000 a month in ‘shadow work’ working for Bonderman Fund

NEW YORK, United States (Bloomberg): Tim Leissner worked in parallel for the family office of David Bonderman, the billionaire co-founder of TPG Inc., while still a partner at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., the former star told the banker to a jury on Wednesday, March 10. Leissner, the key witness in …

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Righthander Brooks, Inspired Son, Returns from Korea in Hope of a Job with the Cardinals | Cardinals of St. Louis

JUPITER, Fla. — The Cardinals could once again have a starting pitcher who pitched the previous two seasons in the Korea Baseball Organization. Kwang Hyun Kim returned to Korea on a four-year contract after spending the past two seasons with the Cardinals. Now the organization has signed free right-hander Aaron …

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White nationalist group plans White Lives Matter march in Indiana this weekend | News Article | Cincinnati

Click to enlarge Photo: Google Street View A white nationalist group called the Hoosier Nationalists released a flyer saying they planned to march in Jeffersonville on Saturday. An Indiana branch of a white nationalist hate group is planning a White Lives Matter march this Saturday in downtown Jeffersonville, Indiana. Click …

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Leader of extremist group Proud Boys arrested for January 6 attack on US Capitol

A leader of the far-right extremist group Proud Boys was arrested on Tuesday on conspiracy charges for his alleged role in the coordinated attack on the US Capitol to prevent Congress from certifying Democrat Joe Biden’s 2020 election victory. Henry “Enrique” Tarrio was not there when the riot broke out …

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Gainesville hiring law would open job opportunities for arrestees

Gainesville businesses with 15 or more employees could not reject a job applicant based on past arrests under a new law proposed by city officials. The city commission has asked its legal team to draft a “fair hiring” ordinance that will be presented to the business community for comment. The …

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Neo-Nazi group and its former leader seek to reduce the damage of assembly trials | August 12

The National Socialist Movement and its former leader Jeff Schoep have joined a growing list of rally trial defendants seeking to reduce hundreds of thousands of dollars in punitive damages awarded to them through a federal lawsuit. The prolific federal Sines v. Kessler lawsuit that sought to hold organizers and …

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Texas teenager explains in court why he reported his father for the insurrection

Emotions ran high during the testimony at the trial of a North Texas man accused of participating in the United States Capitol insurrection. Guy Reffitt of Wylie, Texas, on trial for five criminal charges including obstruction and weapons offences, was in tears as his son Jackson testified against him in …

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Colorado clerk Tina Peters sentenced in court for allegedly lying to judge – CBS Denver

DENVER (AP) – A Colorado County election clerk under investigation by federal and state authorities for an alleged violation of voting machine security has been ordered to appear in court to respond to allegations that she lied about the recording of a hearing. A judge on Wednesday issued an order …

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Ketanji Brown Jackson and the work of a public defender

The Supreme Court nomination of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson is likely to spark a kind of grandstanding that has been deployed against both her and other former public defenders, saying she should be disqualified because her clients included very bad people. The implicit premise of these attacks is that it …

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Zelensky asks the highest court of the UN to stop the Russian invasion

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced on Sunday that Ukraine had asked the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to hold Russia accountable for its military invasion. “Ukraine has submitted its petition against Russia to the ICJ. Russia must be held accountable for manipulating the notion of genocide to justify aggression. We …

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Supreme Court to hear Iowa arbitration clause issue in overtime case

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case in 2022 brought by an Iowa fast-food worker who claims employers have no right to force arbitration on employees after first challenging the trial in pre-trial proceedings. Taco Bell worker Robyn Morgan was part of a class action lawsuit seeking back wages …

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iA Financial Group executives honored in the Top of Quebec’s Financial Industry Leaders

QUEBEC CITYon 23 Feb. 28, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – iA Financial Group is pleased to announce that two of its senior executives have been awarded the Top of of Quebec Financial Industry Leaders, organized annually by the Finance and Investment newspaper and unveiled last night. This coveted award is intended …

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The future of black history is now with talented Supreme Court nominees

Here in Black History Month, we are presented with a controversial, race-based topic after President Joe Biden declared his intention to appoint a black woman as the next Supreme Court Justice, replacing Justice outgoing Stephen Breyer. Without context, Biden’s announcement could have been interpreted as a little condescending. At a …

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A Jeff Koons paint job on a BMW canvas

In the late 2000s, when artist Jeff Koons was asked to design a BMW Art Car, he considered three concepts. “I did plan A, plan B and plan C,” Mr Koons said. Since its inception in 1975, the Art Car program has commissioned top-notch artists – including Andy Warhol, Jenny …

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IN BRIEF | February 17, 2022 – VC Journalist

Pictured: Merideth Hart, Economic Development Manager, City of Ventura. Photo submitted. by Kimberly Riverskimberly@vcreporter.com Masking in K-12 schools is still mandatory, for now Although the state has lifted the mask mandate for those vaccinated (effective Feb. 16), the mandate is still in effect for students and staff at K-12 schools, …

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Black lawmaker sues anti-abortion group over racist threat

West Virginia’s only black lawmaker has filed a harassment and intimidation complaint Through JOHN RABY Associated Press February 16, 2022, 7:58 p.m. • 2 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia’s only black lawmaker has filed a lawsuit against an anti-abortion group, citing …

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North Carolina court overturns conviction for racial bias in jury selection

RALEIGH, North Carolina The North Carolina Supreme Court on Friday overturned a black man’s robbery conviction, determining that prosecutors wrongly blocked a potential juror from his trial due to racial bias. The 4-3 ruling marks the first time in state history, according to court authorities, that a criminal conviction has …

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SELECTIVE INSURANCE GROUP INC – 10-K – Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations.

Forward-looking Statements Certain statements in this report, including information incorporated by reference, are "forward-looking statements" as defined by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 ("PSLRA"). The PSLRA provides a safe harbor under the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 for forward-looking statements. These …

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Competition Band of the Year: Winston & Strawn

By Matthew Perlman (February 11, 2022, 2:01 PM EST) – The antitrust and competition practice of Winston & Strawn LLP has won a historic victory for college athletes over the NCAA in the United States Supreme Court while scoring important decisions for several clients on the defense side of antitrust …

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jury convicts youth group leader of attempted coercion and incitement of minor | USAO-NDOK

A federal jury on Wednesday convicted a leader of a religious youth group of having a sexualized relationship with a minor, U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson said. Thomas Daniel Johnson, 48, of Sand Springs, was found guilty of attempted coercion and incitement of a minor. U.S. District Judge Karen E. Schreier …

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Indiana House speaker steps down as College Board executive

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana House Republican leader has resigned from his leadership position with the organization that administers the SAT college admissions test, saying he wants to focus on his legislative duties. House Speaker Todd Huston said on Tuesday he had decided to step down as senior vice president …

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As Learning Standards Fall, National Group of Scholars Offers Civics Curriculum to Build Strong Democratic Communities » Publications » Washington Policy Center

Amid school closures, continued union dominance, critical race theory and falling learning standards, a prominent group of academics has set up a civics program to revive the teaching of history, democracy and tolerance in public schools. The new proposal is welcome news for engaged parents and citizens concerned about the …

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Court Dismisses Charges Against Ex-Bank Of Oswego CEO – Finance and Banking

United States: Court dismisses charges against ex-Bank Of Oswego CEO February 04, 2022 Pryor Cashman LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. Pryor Cashman is pleased to report that United States District Court Judge Michael Simon has dismissed with …

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FBI warns of Iranian cybergroup, urges organizations to beef up defenses

The FBI has issued an alert detailing an Iranian group’s tools, techniques and tactics, giving U.S. organizations advice on how to defend against its malicious cyber activities. In October 2021, a grand jury in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York indicted two Iranian nationals employed …

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Supreme Court bombshell paves way for first black woman on court, after Biden pledge

Internet Explorer 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. So many losses: Judge who inflicted MAGA losses on Obamacare, voting, to quit SCOTUS 09:14 Now Playing The SCOTUS bomb paves the way for the first black woman in the field, after Biden’s commitment …

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Fed signals rate hike in March, citing inflation and strong labor market

Federal Reserve officials signaled on Wednesday that they were on track to raise interest rates in March, given that inflation was well above policymakers’ target and labor market data suggest a shortage of employees. Central bankers left rates unchanged at near zero – where they have been set since March …

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IP Group of the Year: Latham

By Tiffany Hu (January 25, 2022, 2:04 PM EST) — Latham & Watkins LLP helped LG Energy Solution reach a $1.8 billion settlement in a trade secrets dispute against SK Innovation and represented the technology giant indoor cycling Peloton in their ongoing fight with Mad Dogg Athletics, earning them a …

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City pays $150,000 to woman who lost her job after LMPD officer falsely testifies she robbed her employer | In depth

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A woman who was arrested and lost her job after a Louisville Metro Police officer falsely testified she stole money from her employer has been paid $150 $000 by the city to settle a federal lawsuit. The trial, filed in the United States District Court in …

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Morongo Casino is hosting five job fairs starting January 25; Looking to hire several hundred

The Morongo Casino Resort & Spa is hosting a job fair for five consecutive weeks as it seeks to hire several hundred team members. The first employment event is scheduled for Tuesday, January 25 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Morongo Grand Ballroom. Other job fairs are scheduled …

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U.S. Supreme Court takes up Taser maker’s battle with FTC

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. By Andrew Chung (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to hear Axon Enterprise Inc’s request to revive its constitutional challenge to the structure of the Federal Trade Commission …

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Mahoning judge denies motion to ban press in court | News, Sports, Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN — Attorney for aggravated murder defendant Robert L. Moore recently asked Judge Maureen Sweeney of the Mahoning County Common Pleas Court to exclude reporters from certain hearings in the Moore case. Moore is charged with the 2009 disappearance and presumed death of Glenna J. White, a 16-year-old girl from …

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Anti-doping trial pauses for weekend, but court filings do not

Through TD Thornton Although youhe federal racehorse doping conspiracy test for veterinarian Seth Fishman and his an assistantLisa Giannelli, on break for the weekend, lawyers on both sides rest dranksy saturday and sunday, filing petitions with the court the admissibility of proof concerning an equine death and the way spiritnesses …

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Missouri Supreme Court Passes Key Constitutional Right

The confrontation clause of the Sixth Amendment states “[i]In all criminal proceedings, the accused enjoys the right . . . be confronted with prosecution witnesses. » This means that testimony against the accused must be live and present in the courtroom, in that, in the words of the United States …

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US national news roundup: US Senate bipartisan group discusses curtailed election bill; Biden’s immigration targets fade after setbacks at U.S.-Mexico border and more

Below is a summary of briefs from US domestic news. U.S. Senate bipartisan group discusses curtailed election bill A bipartisan group of U.S. senators are discussing a scaled-down law focused on safeguarding election results and protecting election officials from harassment after Democrats twice defeated a voting rights bill. Lawmakers led …

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Worcester Federal Court Judge Timothy Hillman to retire in July

WORCESTER — Timothy S. Hillman, the longtime former county judge who presided over Worcester federal court for the past decade, will retire from regular active duty in July, the court recently announced. Hillman — who served as a Fitchburg city attorney before being appointed as a judge of the Gardner …

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5 takeaways from Biden’s press conference

WASHINGTON — By turns provocative, thoughtful, and hopeful, President Biden has used only the second press conference of his presidency on American soil to assert that his administration has hardly been the moribund, unrepentant affair. purpose described by Republicans and in some media. While acknowledging that his first year has …

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California District Court Allows Prosecution of New SEC Insider Trading Theory | Shearman & Sterling LLP

On January 14, 2022, Judge William Orrick of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California issued an order denying a former biopharmaceutical company executive’s motion to dismiss and allowing the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) to bring a first-of-its-kind insider trading action against an insider of …

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Legal Assistant (Office) Job in Knoxville, Tennessee – Department of Justice

The United States government is a massive employer and is always looking for qualified candidates to fill a wide variety of open positions in locations across the country. Below is a summary of qualifications for an active and open Department of Justice job listing. The opening is for a Legal …

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REvil ransomware group busted in raids, says Russia

US officials have said the Kremlin may shut down hacker groups like REvil, but tolerate or even encourage them, as long as their targets are outside of Russia. In July, following President Biden’s ultimatum, REvil went offline, fueling speculation as to whether the Kremlin had ordered the group to shut …

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Boom times for graduates as skills shortages loom

Data is not yet available for the most recent cycle of graduates, but Federal Ministry of Education data shows that in 2020 and three months after graduation, more than 30% of students had no full-time job, compared to 20% ten years ago. “We’re seeing more and more employers want to …

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US arrests Oath Keepers leader for sedition in January 6 Capitol attack

Stewart Rhodes, the founder and leader of the far-right Oath Keepers militia, has been arrested and charged with seditious conspiracy in the attack on the US Capitol, authorities said Thursday. Ten other people have also been charged with seditious conspiracy in connection with the attack which took place on January …

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Attack on the US Capitol: the founder of the far-right militia Stewart Rhodes accused of conspiracy

Pro-Trump supporters storm the US Capitol following a rally with President Donald Trump on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. PHOTO: Samuel Corum/Getty Images The founder of a far-right American group has been indicted for the attack on the United States Capitol in January 2021. Stewart Rhodes, the founder of …

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Focus on January 13: Coles County Hub for Local Job Creation | Lifestyles

MATTOON — The basketball game scheduled for tonight between Eastern Normal High School and Mattoon has been rescheduled for Saturday night as the Eastern Normal court is not ready to play. The match will be played Saturday night after Mattoon’s match with Nokomis. The matches should be quite a challenge …

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Neal Gerber Eisenberg bolsters IP group with veteran partner Jeffrey Ward

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Neal Gerber Eisenberg is pleased to announce the addition of Jeffrey S. Ward as a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice Group. Prior to joining NGE, Jeff was a partner at Green, Griffith & Borg-Breen and Merchant & Gould. A registered patent attorney with nearly four decades of experience, …

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Mercedes Jefflo, Brandon Poitra, Kylee Starr Charged by Federal Court with Intent to Deliver Methamphetamine and Fentanyl to New Town | News, Sports, Jobs

Mercedes Shawnama Jefflo, 26, of Los Angeles, Calif., Brandon Paul Poitra, 29, and Kylee Jade Starr, 18, of New Town, have been charged in a United States district court with conspiracy to distribute 50 grams or more of a mixture of methamphetamine and possession with intent to dispense fentanyl and …

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Operator of Three Rivers Dental Group, former Greensburg dentist accused of killing his wife while on safari – WPXI

PITTSBURGH – A former Greensburg-based dentist is accused of killing his wife with a shotgun during an African safari in Zambia five years ago and raising millions of euros in life insurance. According to our TribLIVE.com partners, federal authorities indicted Lawrence Rudolph, 67, on December 22. He was in police …

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Brookfield cops call for retrial after ‘excessive’ jury price

A month after a federal jury found them responsible for falsely arresting and using excessive force against a 67-year-old Brookfield man in 2016, two Brookfield police officers requested a new trial, arguing the verdict was inconsistent with the facts of the case. , that the plaintiff filed his case too …

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leader of neo-Nazi group convicted of conspiracy to target journalists and lawyers | Takeover bid

A Washington man was sentenced today to 84 months, or seven years, in prison for his role in a conspiracy to threaten and intimidate journalists and activists working to expose anti-Semitism. Kaleb Cole, 25, leader of the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division, was convicted by a federal jury in the Western …

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Tesla’s most prominent black executive steps down as head of human resources

(Bloomberg) – Valerie Capers Workman, head of human resources at Tesla Inc. and one of its most senior black executives, is leaving for a new job, leaving the company without a key advocate after several racist controversies in recent years. Workman will join work placement firm Handshake next week as …

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PM welcomes the vaccination of 2 million children aged 15 to 18

PM Modi PM welcomes the vaccination of 2 million children aged 15 to 18 By GDP Delhi Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi urged everyone to keep the vaccination momentum going and asked everyone to follow the proper Covid protocol. Quoting a tweet from Union Health Minister Dr Mansukh Mandaviya, the …

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The WeTrade group awarded with the best brand for business services

BEIJING, January 7, 2022 / PRNewswire / – WeTrade Group Inc. (“WeTrade” or the “Company”) (United States: WETG), a leading provider of SAAS and Cloud Intelligent System technical services for micro-businesses, announced today he has been finalist of the “Annual Leading List of New Economy Industries 2021” and won the …

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Prince Andrew’s audience: settlement with Giuffre “remains an option”

Prince Andrew in “difficult situation”, according to royal correspondent-.mp4 A settlement with accuser Virginia Giuffre remains an option for Prince Andrew if a judge decides the case should go to trial. The news comes as the final hearing in the case between Ms Giuffre and Prince Andrew was called a …

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Prince Andrew hearing: Duke in “difficult situation” after “horrible day” in court

Prince Andrew in “difficult situation”, according to royal correspondent-.mp4 The final hearing in the case between Virginia Giuffre and Prince Andrew was a “horrible day” for the Duke, legal and royal experts have said. The judge overseeing Prince Andrew’s offer to dismiss a lawsuit against Virginia Giuffre has vowed to …

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Army judge issues extraordinary ruling, raising threshold for sexual assault court martial prosecutors

An army judge in Germany said this week that a lieutenant colonel charged with sexual assault will require a unanimous guilty verdict in order to be found guilty at his next court martial. (Alexander Riedel / Stars and Stripes) STUTTGART, Germany – A US military officer charged with sexual assault …

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court: Registering to Do Business Does Not Constitute Consent to General Personal Jurisdiction

In law as in real estate, “location, location, location”. Where a case is filed is often critical to the outcome. Juries and case law vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. In some states, any written complaint on paper is sufficient; in others, a claimant must actually plead the facts to avoid …

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Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Daniel Gaul Charged with Conduct Violations in 5 Cases

CLEVELAND, Ohio – A 30-page complaint filed Monday with the Ohio Supreme Court alleges longtime Cuyahoga Common Pleas County judge Daniel Gaul of misconduct in five cases that spanned six years. The 2014-2020 misconduct allegations include compulsion to plead, inappropriate questioning, biased advocacy and inappropriate communication with an incarcerated defendant, …

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Pamplin Media Group – REVIEW 2021: a police shooting sparked a riot in Tigard

Jacob Macduff was shot while apparently suffering from a nervous breakdown. Investigators say he had a knife. While January 6, 2021 is a date that will be remembered For years in the United States, far from the halls of the Capitol, a local tragedy unfolded in a parking lot at …

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Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) calls on Supreme Court to overturn conviction of pain doctor

TUCSON, Arizona., December 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), in collaboration with Jeffrey singer, MD, filed an amicus brief asking the United States Supreme Court to overturn Dr. Xiulu Ruan, who is currently serving a 21-year sentence in federal prison for prescribing …

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Pamplin Media Group – District employee files legal action against four board members, the district itself

Lawyers for an education assistant say a board policy banning political signs is unconstitutional. The Newberg school district and the four Tory members of its board of trustees are the subject of another lawsuit over the body’s decision last summer to ban political posters in schools. This lawsuit, however, comes …

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Hendrick Health will hold a job fair on January 6 | KTAB

Pregnant man, pregnant person emoji coming to Apple… 10 hours ago The Visit Dothan Board of Directors Explains Why “Iowa… 1 day ago Soldier fired for vaccine warrant celebrates… 3 months ago Cremated remains sent to wrong address 2 days ago A new poll in Texas shows the GOP is …

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AG calls for death penalty for Orangeburg hitman; court asked to restore the sentence | Crime and courts

The South Carolina Attorney General’s Office is asking the United States Supreme Court to return hitman Sammie Louis Stokes to death row. The attorney general’s office filed a petition with the court on December 21, asking it to restore Stokes’ death sentence. The U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals overturned …

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Content moderator TikTok sues, says she suffers from PTSD because of her job

A TikTok content moderator is suing the company, alleging it did not provide a safe workplace. Frazier’s attorney said TikTok won’t let her work and it’s not clear whether she will be paid. Facebook paid $ 52 million in a class action settlement to moderators diagnosed with PTSD. Loading Something …

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Maneuvering around Joe Manchin is a full time job

Jill laurent/ USA today: Biden Can Save His Build Back Better Program By Just Listening To Manchin I understand why Democrats are trying to undo all the damage in a giant bill. But it is time for them to listen to Manchin: Do less but longer and better. If you …

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Utah billionaire quits Mormon church, donates $ 600,000 to LGBTQ group

Jeff Green, a billionaire considered the richest person in Utah, has resigned from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, writing in a letter to the president of the church that he believes the institution has “hindered the global advancement of women’s rights, civil rights and racial equality, and …

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Indiana couple plead guilty in federal court for attempted theft of Jonesboro pharmacy

Two Indiana men face maximum sentences of 20 to 40 years in federal prison after pleading guilty Monday in plea hearings following charges related to the attempted robbery of a Jonesboro pharmacy and the theft later the same day from an Illinois grocery store. Tavon Lockridge, 22, and Raymond Craig, …

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New York City Council approves bill to require inclusion of pay scales in job postings

United States: New York City Council approves bill to require inclusion of pay scales in job postings December 21, 2021 Proskauer Rose LLP To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. New York City Council has approved a bill which would require New York employers with four or …

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Court: New trial for man accused of threatening prosecutor

RALEIGH, NC (AP) – The state Supreme Court agreed on Friday that it was appropriate to overturn the conviction of a man who sharply criticized a local prosecutor in western North Carolina, citing the First Amendment protections. Still, judges have ordered a new trial for David Warren Taylor, saying a …

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Gig economy giants in rush to offer driver benefits

From Los Angeles to Moscow, on their bikes and motorcycles, they have been the keystone in unlocking pandemic isolation by providing daily necessities and comfort to families around the world. Yet these drivers of the odd-job economy share something else. Often struggling to make ends meet, most of them lack …

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Massachusetts AG to appeal court decision to dismiss landmark COVID case alleging nursing home negligence – Business Daily News

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on Tuesday filed a notice of appeal in Hampden County Superior Court to overturn a lower court’s dismissal of criminal charges against two leaders of a veterans home where 76 residents died in a COVID-19 outbreak. The charges are believed to have been the first …

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Biparty congressional group calls for more weapons to be shipped to Ukraine to deter Russia (NPR)

A bipartisan group in the US Congress, which has just returned from Ukraine, is calling on the Biden administration to step up arms deliveries to Kiev to deter a Russian invasion. AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: U.S. lawmakers returning from Ukraine are urging the Biden administration to do more now to deter …

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‘My life is bizarre’: the court artist who drew Ghislaine Maxwell brings her back | Life and style

PAstel designs generally do not go viral on the Internet. But this month, thousands of Twitter users were mesmerized by an artist’s sketch of the courtroom of Ghislaine Maxwell – Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged accomplice in sex trafficking – staring at the artist and sketch back. Twitter users were disturbed. “I …

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Califf Passes Confirmation Hearing for Leading FDA Position

HHello everyone, and how are you today? We are doing very well, thank you, since the middle of the week is already here, which means there is a lot to do. Without a doubt, you can identify with some level. Of course, that also means we’re getting closer to another …

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Union aide Pat Noonan lands top job in Cincinnati – The Mercury

The Philadelphia Union lost a person they were expecting on Tuesday, but survived the loss of another. Assistant coach Pat Noonan has been named head coach of FC Cincinnati. In the evening MLS expansion draft, Charlotte FC did not choose a player from the Union roster. First Noonan, who has …

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Morongo Casino Resort & Spa offers 200 positions at its career fair on December 15

MORONGO CASINO RESORT & SPA – Le Morongo Casino Resort & Spa is looking to hire more than 200 team members for its entire property – including celebrity chef Fabio Viviani’s new restaurant concepts – at a job fair scheduled for Wednesday, December 15 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. …

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Vox Media and Group Nine agree to merge

Vox Media has agreed to buy Group Nine Media, a deal that will combine two major digital media publishers as the industry consolidates further, the companies said Monday night. Jim Bankoff, managing director of Vox Media, said in an interview Monday that the combined companies would be “considerably greater than …

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China Evergrande defaults on its debt. What Now ?, Real Estate News, AND RealEstate

For weeks, global markets watched the struggles of China Evergrande, a tottering real estate giant weighing in at $ 300 billion or more in bonds that seemed barely able to make required payments to global investors. On Thursday, three days after a deadline that left bondholders with nothing but company …

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Former Trump Nunes Aide Takes Top Legal Job at Rumble Platform

Rumble Inc., a video sharing and streaming platform used by former President Donald Trump’s media company, has hired former National Security Agency legal director Michael Ellis as an attorney general. The Yale Law School graduate joined the White House in early 2017 as an associate senior adviser to the president …

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Andreae Lloyd, battered pregnant woman, kidnapped in Miami-Dade Job – CBS Miami

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami-Dade Police are looking for a pregnant woman who they say was assaulted and taken out of her job. According to her family, Andreae Lloyd never returned home after her job as a babysitter at a group home in South Miami-Dade where the 27-year-old worked as a …

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Bank Street Group Moves Headquarters to One Star Point, 333 Ludlow Street, Stamford, CT – Choyce Peterson Negotiates Transaction | national news

NORWALK, Connecticut, December 8, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) – Choyce Peterson, Inc. ( www.choycepeterson.com ), a full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm announced the successful conclusion of sublease negotiations on behalf of Bank Street Group ( www.bankstreet.com ), a boutique-style global investment bank based in Stamford, Connecticut, which is relocating to …

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Job openings near record high, with 11 million vacancies

Across the United States, employers are seeking to fill a near-record 11 million job openings, the Labor Department said Wednesday. The vacancies show that companies continue to struggle to attract workers due to issues ranging from lingering concerns about COVID-19[female[feminine to the wave of baby boomer retirements. The number of …

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Joining drag queens on TV show costs Indiana pastor his job

NEW YORK (AP) — The Reverend Craig Duke has served as a Methodist minister for three decades, earning a reputation as a strong advocate for LGBTQ inclusion. His pastoral duties have now ended – the result of a bitter rift surfacing at his Indiana church after he sought to show …

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First thing: Devin Nunes to leave Congress for a post in Trump media | US News

Hello. Devin Nunes, a California congressman and close ally of Donald Trump, has announced that he will be leaving the United States House of Representatives next month to join Trump’s new social media company. The Republican, who represents a rural district of California, wrote a letter to voters on Monday, …

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Ubiquiti violates internal work, according to FBI and DoJ

The recent unveiling of a multi-count indictment before a grand jury for Nikolas Sharp provides a unique and convoluted series of criminal events. It appears Sharp has pledged to put around $ 2 million in its pocket via a data theft and extortion effort, with a twist of “whistleblower” claims …

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US diplomats’ iPhones reportedly compromised by NSO group intrusion software • The Register

Apple iPhones of at least nine U.S. State Department officials have been compromised by an unidentified entity using NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware, according to a report by Reuters on Friday. NSO Group in an email to The register said he blocked an anonymous customer’s access to his system after receiving …

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October metropolitan employment report shows more gains in Tampa than in 2020

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The latest national jobs report shows 210,000 jobs were created in November, less than half the number of positions opened in October. In Florida, the October Metropolitan Report showed that the number of jobs was increasing from the previous year, when uncertainty over COVID-19 was high, …

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The Court of Appeal confirms the conviction of the former municipal councilor of Lafourche

A state appeals court upheld the conviction of a former Lafourche city councilor accused of falsifying public documents. The Baton Rouge 1st Circuit Court of Appeal upheld the conviction and sentence of James Bourgeois, who was convicted in 2018 of falsely declaring he was a resident of his district. Bourgeois …

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The “Jews of the East” exhibition in Paris traces the secular presence of the group in the Arab world

PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron recently attended the opening of an exhibition in Paris that traces the Jewish presence in the Arab world. “The Jews of the East, a Multi-Millennial History”, organized by the Institute of the Arab World (IMA), was presented as a “cultural event of international importance”. It …

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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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California is not the place to quit your job

The “Looking Glass” reflects on economic and real estate trends through two distinct lenses: the “half-full glass” of the optimist and the “half-empty glass” of the pessimist. Buzz: Californians are slow to embrace the “quit your job” trend. Source: State by State JOLT Report (Job Openings and Workforce Rotation) for …

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With extreme gerrymanders locked down, Biden must make preserving democracy a job

It is time for political leaders to step up their game in preserving democracy. Monday, the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, an intergovernmental organization that works to promote and advance electoral processes around the world, Posted the latest warning about the state of democracy in the United States. …

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House special committee issues 10 new subpoenas targeting leaders of fascist militia groups, Trump’s political agent Roger Stone and InfoWars host Alex Jones

Earlier this week, the House Select Committee investigating former President Donald Trump’s attempted coup on January 6 issued 10 new subpoenas targeting Republican political operatives as well as leaders of paramilitary groups fascists who participated in the planning and storming of the Capitol. The five subpoenas issued by the committee …

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The US military has just created a major new group to study UFOs

The group’s mission is to study UFOs in military airspace. Acronym City The US Department of Defense is stepping up efforts to see if the truth is really there with a new working group dedicated to the study of UFOs. The group, dubbed Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group …

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So, do you want a new job? Here’s how to retrain | national news

The tens of millions of workers who quit their jobs during the “Great Resignation” – 4.4 million in September alone, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics – will not necessarily need to retrain before they land their next job. use. But those who want a whole new career may …

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A repair job for government technology

This article is part of the On Tech newsletter. Here is a collection of past columns. US government technology has a well-deserved reputation for being expensive and horrible. Computer systems sometimes work with Sputnik-era software. A Pentagon project to modernize military technology has little to show after five years. During …

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Pentagon forms group to examine unexplained aerial sightings

While the unexplained sightings were mostly from military installations or operations, the report says this could be the result of collection bias or the presence of advanced sensors. Some people believe that any phenomenon with technology beyond the capabilities of the United States requires careful study. Skeptics believe that most …

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Overnight health care – Biden asks court to restore vaccination policy

Welcome to Tuesday night health care, where we follow the latest policy developments and news affecting your health. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup. With Thanksgiving this week, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has a safety message: stand near your pot. Today we’ll look at the pressure from the Biden administration …

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Capitol Riot probe turns to members of extremist group linked to attack, including military veteran

Supporters of former President Donald Trump attack the United States Capitol in an attempt to overturn the 2020 election results on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC (Kent Nishimura, Los Angeles Times / TNS) WASHINGTON (Tribune News Service) – The House committee investigating the January 6 storming of the United …

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Industry Group and Kiosk Manufacturer Association (KMA) Kiosk News for November 2021 | national news

DENVER, Colorado, November 23, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) – November news from the Industry Group and the Kiosk Association. Events and features this month: lockers and kiosk for first responders; Review of the bill payment kiosk; and McDonalds is rolling out accessibility to self-service ordering kiosks. Events and Features This Month …

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It’s almost Thanksgiving, but the group of QAnon conspiracy theorists are still meeting in Dallas

On Monday, the anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s death, a strange sect of QAnon supporters met again in Dallas. Described by the FBI as a national terrorist threat, QAnon is a conspiracy theory that claims that a dark cabal of pedophiles, including prominent Democratic politicians, controls the world. According to …

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Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict: Latest Updates As Gun Group To “Assign” AR-15 To Teenager

Kyle Rittenhouse found not guilty on all counts in homicide trial Kyle Rittenhouse’s lawyer criticized Republican lawmakers he accused of trying to capitalize on his client and called their behavior “disgusting.” He also called Donald Trump Jr. a “fool” for supporting an offer by Guns of America to give Mr. …

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Employers ‘roll out the red carpet’ for job seekers

Evidence of US labor shortage emerges, “help wanted” signs in store windows with record numbers of Americans – 4.4 million – who left their jobs in September. Employers find that traditional ways of attracting new employees, such as increasing wages, are not necessarily effective. The only thing that is more …

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Report Says Utah Has Nearly Three Job Postings For Every Unemployed

Good Monday morning Utah! Thanks for reading “The Rundown”. Is it difficult for Utah businesses to find workers? Utah rulers like to brag about the state’s low unemployment rate, which currently stands at just 2.4%. It is the second lowest in the country, just behind Nebraska. Despite this low number, …

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Delco’s Dave White enters fray for governor

November 10, 2021 The guys in Delaware County have a reputation for being outspoken and up for anything. These attributes may serve former County Councilor Dave White well as he worked his way through the overcrowded race for the 2022 GOP nomination for governor. White, 60, is not discouraged by …

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Officer Who Killed Breonna Taylor Asks Louisville Police Department For Work | New

Former police officer Myles Cosgrove asks to resume his post after firing 16 bullets in breonna taylorthe apartment of, who killed her in March 2020. According to United States todayCosgrove, who was fired in January 2021 for failing to “correctly identify a target,” is appealing to the Louisville Metro Police …

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Are you looking for work ? Discover these job fairs

HOUSTON – As the holidays approach, not only can we all use the extra money, but many companies are creating available positions, seasonal or permanent. Here are some upcoming job fairs from local employers with immediate positions to fill. KBR to host career fair to hire hundreds to support Afghan …

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Legal hiring increases in October with overall job growth

Legal sector created 4,700 new jobs last month, new employment report from Ministry of Labor says Overall unemployment in all industries fell to 4.6% (Reuters) – The U.S. legal sector added 4,700 jobs in October, according to Labor Department figures released Friday, echoing a rebound in overall U.S. employment figures …

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Jeffrey Epstein’s ties cost Barclays CEO his job | News about sexual assault

Barclays Plc CEO Jes Staley is stepping down amid a UK regulatory probe into how he characterized his past ties to financier and sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Staley, 64, is leaving immediately, according to a statement released on Monday. CS Venkatakrishnan, who was promoted last year to head of Barclays’ …

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United States: Jury awards $ 10 million to man who lost job to woman in discrimination case

United States: Jury awards $ 10 million to man who lost job to woman in discrimination case Posted 28 October 2021 A man who was fired and replaced by two women received $ 10 million. David Duvall, a Caucasian marketing manager at Novant Health in North Carolina, sued the hospital …

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States that cut unemployment aid see no influx of job seekers

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Earlier this year, Republican business leaders and governors urged to remove a federal supplement of $ 300 per week for unemployed Americans. Many people, they said, would then leave the sidelines and take the millions of jobs that employers were desperate to fill. Yet three months after …

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Wall Street Enforcer who caught Visium scammer takes top job

Damien williams exposed the case of a jury he had to persuade to bring down a top hedge fund thief. His simple courtroom opening up to seemingly mind-numbing financial fraud: “It’s easy to look like a winner if you can just take stock. ” And with that he arranged a …

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Lawyer for Lake, Trumbull Counties, Says Drugstore Chains ‘Failed at Work’ in Opioid Management

CLEVELAND, Ohio – A lawyer for Lake and Trumbull counties told jurors on Monday that four drugstore chains knew they lacked internal controls to detect serious problems in the distribution and distribution of opioids, but did not not doing much to fix the issues until federal officials demand changes. “They …

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ChromaDex Comments Jury Prize Against Elysium Health, Reiterates Growth Plans

Elysium Health to pay ChromaDex approximately $ 2.25 to $ 2.50 million in damages plus interest for breach of contract New partnership with Sinopharm Xingsha and recent partnerships with Walmart, H&H Group and Ro to support the next phase of growth LOS ANGELES, October 01, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – ChromaDex …

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