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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

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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

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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

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No Shortage

In such “strange times,” there is no shortage of such stories—from Chuck Woolery’s bizarre Twitter tirade (and its fallout), or the Washington Redskins change of its name (after years

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Déjà Vu All Over Again

In Michigan, Sauntore Thomas settled a racial discrimination lawsuit with his former employer. When Thomas attempted to deposit the settlement check at his bank, the bank employee

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A Little Bird Told Me

Two former Twitter employees were recently exposed as spies for Saudi Arabia. The employees had access to personal information and account data for millions of Twitter

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