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THAT WOULD BE AWFUL: The SEIU May Have To Refund A Lot Dues This Year….

THAT WOULD BE AWFUL: The SEIU May Have To Refund A Lot Dues This Year. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Bill Would Establish Cybersecurity Inspections, Impose Mandatory Penalties, and Compensate Consumers for Stolen Data

“United States Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Mark Warner (D-Va.) today introduced the Data Breach Prevention and Compensation Act to hold large credit reporting agencies (CRAs) – including Equifax – accountable for data breaches involving consumer data. The bill would … Continue reading

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Some Extreme Climate Events Would Not Have Happened But For Climate Change: Lawyers Are Paying Attention

Today’s ClimateWire (subscription required) contained a long summary of evidence that scientists are increasingly able to demonstrate that climate change is what we lawyers would call the “but for” cause of extreme weather events.  One of the most interesting is … Continue reading

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Proposed Regulation Would Change How Tipped Workers Get Paid

After you eat at a restaurant and leave a tip on the table, does the waiter or waitress who served you get to keep the tip? Most restaurant-goers in the United States probably believe so, but a recently proposed U.S. … Continue reading

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House Bill Would Extend the ITC to Standalone Energy Storage Systems

The investment tax credit (“ITC”) plays a major role in driving investment in the U.S. solar energy market. Earlier this month, two members of Congress introduced a bill in the U.S. House of Representatives to provide a similar ITC for … Continue reading

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