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When Life Imitates Art… Badly

Ermenildo Castro, a software engineer at Zulily, stole over $300,000 from his employer via a “series of malicious software edits,” inspired in part by the film Office Space (which, no

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Way Beyond Meat

Beyond Meat’s Chief Operations Officer, Doug Ramsey, was charged with felony battery after a road rage incident led to a physical confrontation, culminating in Ramsay biting the tip of the

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You Have a Brian, Use It

In 2003, the NFL implemented the Rooney Rule, which requires teams to interview minority candidates for various roles. In his new lawsuit against the NFL (and the New York Giants,

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Dead to Me

Tim Russell, owner of Maggie’s Farm Rum and Allegheny Distilling (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), was surprised when the SBA withdrew his EIDL application, citing as its basis that “Timothy Russell is deceased.”

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The Fox Guarding the Hen House

An internal investigation conducted by the New York City Council’s Oversight and Investigations Division concluded that NYPD Deputy Inspector James Kobel was the author of various online racist and misogynist rants.

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Seeing and Being Seen

The Ohio Supreme Court recently ruled that employees giving urine samples under “direct observation” do not have a cause of action to sue their employer for breach of privacy. On the one

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