‘Google Lawyer Karen’ Goes on Anti-Mask Tirade in Restaurant

Law school is difficult, expensive, and time-consuming, but anybody can become a Google Lawyer for free.

Just ask “Google Lawyer Karen,” the militant anti-masker whose restaurant rant originally went viral on TikTok in July when @pizzaqueeniee uploaded it and resurfaced on the r/PublicFreakout subreddit this week.

You see, Google Lawyer

Virginia photographer voluntarily dismisses lawsuit challenging state law on same-sex wedding photos

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY ) — A Virginia photographer has voluntarily dismissed a lawsuit challenging Virginia’s newly enacted state law that “forces” photographers to promote same-sex weddings.

Photographer and blogger Chris Herring initially filed the lawsuit late June challenging Gov. Ralph Northam’s Virginia Values Act which protects LGBTQ Virginians against unfair

Judge says lawyer went too far in her accusations of misconduct

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    BENTON, LA (KTBS) — Shreveport lawyer and Caddo Parish district attorney candidate Patricia Gilley, who was briefly jailed for contempt of court last week after accusing a Bossier Parish judge of lying about the sentence he would impose in a manslaughter case, refused

Labor Law: Accommodating disabled Americans in the workplace develops a more inclusive work environment | Business News

The EEOC stated that “employees with disabilities were repeatedly denied reasonable accommodations, including assistive devices, modified work schedules, and reassignment.”

Instead of engaging in the interactive process and discussing and providing accommodations, the EEOC claims the health care company forced employees to quit.

The EEOC also announced another case, this

Hawaii Tightens Ban-the-Box Law

Hawaii has narrowed the scope of what employers can consider regarding an individual’s conviction history when making employment decisions.

Hawaii employers have long been required to limit their consideration of felony and misdemeanor convictions to a 10-year lookback period, unless they fell within one of the statutory exemptions as part

KDOL audit looks into fraud, identity-theft complaints

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – Missed payments, long delays in response time, and most recently, reports of fraud. These are some of the issues plaguing the Kansas Department of Labor as the state works to process an unprecedented amount of unemployment claims.

The concerns led state lawmakers to launch an audit

Impact Of COVID-19 On Identity Theft Protection Services Market 2020 Industry Challenges, Business Overview And Forecast Research Study 2026

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Detailed Analysis Based on 2020 COVID-19 Worldwide Spread Covers in the Final Report

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