Maskless Raiders under investigation after charity event

While the Tennessee Titans were dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak Tuesday, the Las Vegas Raiders may have landed in some pandemic-related trouble, too.

Quarterback Derek Carr was one of several Raiders to show up without masks Monday night at a fundraising event organized by tight end Darren Waller’s foundation, violating

Beware These 8 Signs of Identity Theft

Identity thieves are looking for ways to use your personal information to run up charges in your name, steal medical account information and even grab tax refunds.

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The good news: Identity theft dropped 15% last year, affecting 2 million fewer victims, thanks in large part to

EU begins legal proceedings against UK over Brexit bill

The United Kingdom had been put on formal notice after the European Commission said the country violated the withdrawal agreement it signed in January.

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EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced Thursday in Brussels that the U.K.’s proposed International Market Bill “is by its

Lawyer for Michael Flynn says she updated Trump on status of case

WASHINGTON — A lawyer for former Trump administration national security adviser Michael Flynn told a judge Tuesday that she recently updated President Donald Trump on the case and asked him not to issue a pardon for her client.

The attorney, Sidney Powell, was initially reluctant to discuss her conversations with

Minnesota will launch legal paraprofessional pilot program

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Minnesota is joining the gradually growing roster of states allowing nonlawyers to handle some legal tasks in hopes of providing greater access to justice.

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What is identity theft? How to prevent and report it

Identity theft definition 

Identity theft is the use of someone else’s personal information without permission, typically to conduct financial transactions. By personal information, we mean data that institutions use to identify or recognize you: your social security number, your bank account number, your address history, and so forth.

These sorts

Paid Sick Leave Arrives for New York State Employers

The New York State Paid Sick Leave Law’s accrual provisions go into effect today, September 30, 2020.  In April, Governor Cuomo signed into law new permanent paid sick leave requirements for all New York State employers (separate from COVID-19 leave which was passed in March and