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AUGUSTA, Georgia (Legal Newsline) - A Georgia woman is suing a debt collection services, alleging it engages in unlawful debt collection practices.
BALTIMORE (Legal Newsline) — The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has announced Randstad US LP, has agreed to pay $50,000 and furnish significant equitable relief to resolve allegations of disability discrimination.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (Legal Newsline) – Despite affirming an extended statute of limitations, a recent Minnesota Supreme Court decision leaves unanswered questions in certain cases filed under the state's Whistleblower Act, an attorney familiar with the legislation says.
NEWARK, New Jersey (Legal Newsline) - A New Jersey man is suing Angie's List, alleging it manipulates its search results for its own gain.
LOS ANGELES (Legal Newsline) - A California woman is suing a web services provider, alleging its negligence caused a data breach.
SAN FRANCISCO (Legal Newsline) - A South Dakota man is suing hard drive manufacturer, alleging it has repeatedly failed to sell non-defective hard drives.
HARTFORD, Connecticut (Legal Newsline) - An investor is suing Cigna and certain of its top officials, alleging they made false statements to investors about the company's business.
OLYMPIA, Washington (Legal Newsline) — Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson has released a statement following Arlene’s Flowers response brief for the state Supreme Court after allegations it discriminated against gay and lesbian customers.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama (Legal Newsline) — Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange has announced his state is spearheading a coalition that involves 12 other states in opposing the Obama administration’s proposed Persuader Advice Exemption Rule.
OLYMPIA, Washington (Legal Newsline) — Service Employees International Union Local 925 (SEIU 925) will pay the state of Washington $31,715 due to allegations it improperly reported in-kind and cash campaign violations, the state has announced.