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- Facebook Job Ads Raise Concerns About Age Discrimination
A recent investigation reveals that dozens of employers, including Amazon, Target, Goldman Sachs and Facebook itself, placed recruitment advertisements on Facebook that could only be viewed by particular age groups.
- Definition of Sexual Harassment
Claims of sexual harassment have been all over the news lately, with various celebrities coming forward to tell their stories.
- Immigration Crackdown Destroying Families
When the Trump administration announced its crackdown on immigration the motivation behind it was twofold, to reduce the number of immigrants who commit crimes and reduce the financial burden of the US in supporting immigrants not here legally.
- New York’s Highest Court Expands Availability of Punitive Damages under the New York City Human Rights Law
New York City Wrongful Termination Attorney David S. Rich explains that New York's court of last resort recently lowered the standard for obtaining punitive damages under the New York City Human Rights Law.
- Vision Discrimination in the Workplace
Vision impairments including blindness are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
- Concealed Carry Permit Holders and Public Transportation in Wisconsin
Milwaukee’s newest form of public transportation, the downtown street car, aims to connect commuters to Milwaukee’s thriving business district. The street car will bring more flexibility and choice to Milwaukee’s public transportation.
- Are the Police Tracking My Phone
Stingray cases are working their way through the courts now. If you or others you know face a prosecution involving Stingray evidence or invasion of cell phone privacy, you need to retain experienced legal counsel who are knowledgeable in Constitutional Law, technology and who regularly use forensic computer experts.
- Brighton Declaration and Human Rights
A conference held in Brighton brought together 47 member states of the Council of Europe so that the issue of human rights could be discussed for over 800 million persons for protections. The declaration that was involved has not been met with positive criticism or reactions due to the changes proposed.
Unlike the Blackberry keyboards of yesteryears, your smartphone probably has a pop-up touch-screen keyboard. Recently, the Northern District of California took issue with this modern design, and denied Uber’s motion to compel arbitration because a pop-up keyboard blocked Uber’s Terms and Conditions from view while a user registered for the app.
- Introduction to Elder Abuse and Negligence in Florida
In Florida, elder abuse and neglect is quite common, so it’s important to recognize the common signs.