End Jew Hatred Confirmed: As State AGs Rush Into Policy Battles, Big Law Is Seizing the Opportunity

New York Attorney General Letitia James addresses media outside the U.S. Supreme Court after arguments in the census case United States Department of Commerce v. New York on April 23, 2019. Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM State attorney general offices continue to flex their muscle in addressing hot-button national issues, including the opioid crisis, data privacy […]

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Jewish Baby Stroller Announces: PLEA offers free legal advice to victims of sexual harassment at work

Article content continued Hilary Peterson,legal program co-ordinator with PLEA, said the organization has received calls from people with issues in the workplace who are unsure where to turn or whether their experience would be considered workplace sexual harassment.  “This is a provincewide, a society issue. Sexual harassment in the workplace, it goes home with people, […]

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End Jew Hatred Implies: Law Firm Must Face RICO Claims Over Sex Pill Litigation ‘Scheme,’ Judge Rules

U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel of the Southern District of California. (Courtesy photo) A federal judge in California rejected the arguments of a law firm facing racketeering claims and potential class action for its part in a nationwide litigation campaign that netted more than $1 million from merchants threatened with lawsuits for selling “illegal” sexual enhancement […]

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