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PAST PERFORMANCE IS NO GUARANTEE OF FUTURE RESULTS: ● Shot: 10 best snow boots to help you beat…

PAST PERFORMANCE IS NO GUARANTEE OF FUTURE RESULTS: ● Shot: 10 best snow boots to help you beat any winter storm. —Headline, the London Independent, last Wednesday. ● Chaser: Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past. —Headline, the … Continue reading

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Washington Gov promises to pardon thousands of past marijuana offenders

As reported in this AP article, "More than six years after the state legalized the adult use of marijuana, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said Friday he plans to pardon thousands of people convicted of small-time possession charges — the latest … Continue reading

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Court upholds arbitrator's award finding unilateral change in past practice, rejects public policy challenge

The District Court for the Northern District of Illinois has confirmed an award of Arbitrator Edward Krinsky that found  Mondelez Global improperly and unilateral modified a past practice allowing employee to voluntarily work seven days without a day of rest. Mondelez Global, … Continue reading

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The employer's annual reviewing and approving requests for the assignment an agency vehicle to an employee does not create a past practice

The employer's annual reviewing and approving requests for the assignment an agency vehicle to an employee does not create a past practiceSpence v New York State Dept. of Transp., 2018 NY Slip Op 08594, Appellate Division, Third DepartmentCertain employees serving … Continue reading

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Courts Cast Doubt on the FTC’s Power to Sue Based on Past Conduct

The FTC heavily relies upon its statutory authority to seek injunctive relief in federal court.  The FTC has broadly interpreted these powers to seek not just injunctive relief enjoining a particular practice, but monetary relief in the form of disgorgement.  … Continue reading

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