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CNIL Imposes Penalty to Optical Center; French Highest Administrative Court Reduces Amount

Life sciences companies doing business in France will be interested in the recent results of Optical Center’s appeal of a penalty assessed by the Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés, the French data protection authority, surrounding a data breach. … Continue reading

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Mitigation Requirement After Termination Further Explained by Ontario’s Highest Court

  Typically, when an employee makes a claim for common law wrongful dismissal damages, he or she is required to make reasonable efforts to mitigate their damages. Mitigation often requires the employee to try and attain another job in the … Continue reading

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Maryland Pedestrian-Related Deaths Highest In About 30 Years

              Pedestrian Deaths Rose in 2018 Pedestrian deaths in Maryland jumped 25 percent in 2018 to a 28-year high.  We had 48 pedestrian deaths in 2017 and that jumped to 60 in 2018. We … Continue reading

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Record Breaking — Highest Pedestrian Death Count in Almost 30 Years

2018 brought the highest count of U.S. pedestrian deaths in nearly 30 years — since 1988. According to data from the Governors Highway Safety Association, there were an estimated 6,227 pedestrians deaths last year. Transportation Safety Experts are attributing this rise … Continue reading

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Want to Learn the Number of Fair Housing Complaints Filed with HUD in a year? Or the Protected Class With the Highest Percentage of Complaints? Read On.

Our friends at the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) publish a myriad of reports concerning the Fair Housing Act (FHA) and the efforts of the Department to enforce the law. One of the reports I like to … Continue reading

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