The NFL and the players union are investigating members of the Tennessee Titans for possibly violating health protocols, an NFL spokesman confirmed Thursday.
Following an unsanctioned,
The School of Law’s clinical legal education program serves clients who need help the most — and the novel coronavirus has made the need greater than ever. Now the school’s new COVID Response Legal Clinic is working to help people with legal needs arising from the pandemic.
The clinic, co-directed
The Kansas Department of Labor launched a new website Tuesday that helps people report identity theft fraud during the COVID-19 outbreak.The KDOL says scammers are filing fraudulent claims by using names and personal information of people who have not lost their jobs.People often don’t know they’ve had a claim made …
Two more members of the Tennessee Titans, one player and one staff member, have tested positive for COVID-19, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. That brings the total number of positive Titans tests to 18. The Titans have had new positives every day for the past six days.
Schefter also reported
On September 17, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 1159 into law, which is effective immediately for all employers. The law does five things: (1) it codifies Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-62-20 on a disputable presumption for all mandatory on-site workers for workers’
OTTAWA — A bill authorizing new benefits for workers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic received royal assent Friday, assuring continued financial support now that the Canada Emergency Response Benefit has come to an end.
Royal assent was granted shortly after the Senate passed Bill C-4 on a simple voice vote.
On September 1, 2020, the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors passed the Sacramento County Worker Protection, Health, and Safety Act of 2020. The county appears to have modeled its new law on the City of Sacramento’s own recent Worker Protection, Health, and Safety Act (WPHSA), which the city enacted on
The heads of several House subpanels on Friday called for the Pentagon to turn over documents on how it used $1 billion in coronavirus relief funds, citing the Defense Department’s use of much of the money to pay defense contractors rather than buy medical supplies.
“We are investigating whether the
A Toronto man facing removal from Canada to Nigeria tested positive for coronavirus after attending an in-person meeting at a Canada Border Services Agency office, his lawyer says.
The incident from earlier this month has lawyer Robin Seligman questioning why her client wasn’t offered the chance to conduct a teleconference
The COVID-19 crisis brought some things to a standstill, but it didn’t stop big developments in employment law.
Employers must now navigate remote working, virus-related accommodation requests, expanded paid leave, and relaxed rules for some benefits. On top of these changes, courts and government
DUBLIN, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Valeo 2020 Arizona Law Firm Hourly Rate Report” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The 2020 Arizona Law Firm Hourly Rate Report is the most comprehensive and detailed competitive intelligence and legal pricing tool available because the report details average hourly
SANTA FE — The New Mexico Identity Theft Coalition, under the leadership of the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General, and the Identity Theft Resource Center® (ITRC), a nationally recognized non-profit organization established to support victims of identity crime, announced Thursday that they will hold a phone
The government has been urged to learn lessons from the first wave of the coronavirus and make its legal aid safety net scheme more easily accessible as the country braces itself for further lockdown measures to prevent a second wave.
Lockdown measures introduced in March have already had a significant