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Illinois Users’ Face-Scanning Privacy Lawsuit Against Facebook Headed to Trial

This is a class action asserting that Facebook’s face recognition and scanning practices violate the Illinois Biometric Privacy Act rights of Illinois users. The court previously rejected Facebook’s arguments based on choice of law and standing, and certified a class. … Continue reading

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Silver Law Group Files Claim Against Westpark Capital and Brokers Concerning the Horizon Select Technology Fund

Silver Law Group has filed a FINRA arbitration claim against Westpark Capital, Inc. (CRD# 39914) and its brokers, Adam D. Brown (CRD# 4506309) and John A. Orlando (CRD#  2002197) for recommending the private placement investment Horizon Select Technology Fund. The … Continue reading

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Georgetown Residents File Motion for Rehearing En Banc in Their Fight Against Reagan National Aircraft Noise and Pollution

Georgetown residents file Motion for Rehearing En Banc in their fight against new departure routes from Reagan National Airport that bring aircraft lower and closer to Georgetown creating much more noise and pollution. The residents claim that the three judge … Continue reading

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A delay in a disciplinary hearing resulting from an employee’s adjournment request may be properly counted against the employee for purposes of determining his or her entitlement to back pay

A delay in a disciplinary hearing resulting from an employee’s adjournment request may be properly counted against the employee for purposes of determining his or her entitlement to back payOATH Index No. 1355/17A civil engineer failed to report for a … Continue reading

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Elder Abuse Act claim against airline fails in federal district court

Balukjian v. Virgin America, Inc. (N.D. Cal. Mar. 9, 2018).  The passenger/plaintiff was traveling on a red-eye flight from San Francisco to Boston with her 93 year-old father, who had a portable oxygen concentrator with him.  During the flight, the … Continue reading

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