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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

Titans likely face discipline over COVID investigation

Two sources familiar with a joint NFL and NFLPA investigation into the recent COVID-19 outbreak within the Tennessee Titans have told Yahoo Sports the franchise is expected to face some form of penalties stemming from safety protocol violations already uncovered during an ongoing review.

One source said league sanctions against

Uber, Lyft look to kill California law on app-based drivers

The battle between the powerhouses of the so-called gig economy and labor unions including the International Brotherhood of Teamsters

Landlords, lobbyists fight Trump’s eviction moratorium

One federal lawsuit brought by a Virginia landlord, for example, argues that the Trump administration wrongly halted evictions based on a “flimsy premise” that doing so might prevent displaced Americans from contracting the coronavirus. The case is supported by an anti-regulatory conservative group with documented past financial ties to a

Kyle Rittenhouse lawyer steps back from #FightBack defense fund

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17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse is being charged as an adult for shooting three people, two of them fatally, during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

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The lead attorney representing accused Kenosha, Wisconsin, gunman Kyle Rittenhouse said he resigned his position with a defense fund expected to benefit his 17-year-old client out

Lawyer’s conviction on CBT charges overturned



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JOHOR BARU: A 36-year-old lawyer walked away a free man after the High Court here found him not guilty of two charges of criminal breach of trust (CBT).

In July last year, the accused Ibrahim Haikal Razak was sentenced to three years’ jail and

Mandela’s lawyer, anti-apartheid activist George Bizos dies

JOHANNESBURG — Anti-apartheid campaigner and Nelson Mandela’s personal lawyer George Bizos has died at 92, his family said Wednesday.

He died peacefully at his home of natural causes, the family said.

Bizos, who came to South Africa as a 13-year-old fleeing the Nazi occupation of Greece, played a key role