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Appeals Court Ruling in Case Involving Inadequate Disclosure by RIA May Have Significant Impact on Future SEC Enforcement Proceedings

A recent decision handed down by the DC Circuit Court of Appeals in a case involving SEC action against an adviser for failure to disclose material conflicts of interest provides potentially significant precedent for SEC enforcement proceedings going forward. See … Continue reading

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Uloric Lawsuits Involving Heart Attacks And Strokes Follow Recent FDA Warnings About Cardiovascular Deaths

February 2019 Uloric Label Changes Include New "Black-Box Warning" To The Effect That Uloric Is Gout Drug Of Last Resort   (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com)   As a result of recent FDA-mandated label changes for Uloric there have … Continue reading

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Wrongful Death Lawsuits Involving New York Police Officers

If a member of your immediate family dies as the result of misconduct by a police officer or corrections officer, you may be able to entitled to compensation for your loss. In order to win a wrongful death lawsuit against … Continue reading

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The anatomy of a civil rights action involving allegations of failure to accommodate a disability, unlawful discrimination, a hostile work environment, and retaliation

In this civil rights action a former employee [Plaintiff] sued her former employer [Defendant] alleging the Defendant failed to provide a workplace accommodate in consideration of her disability, subjected her to acts of unlawful discrimination, subjected her to a hostile … Continue reading

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By commencing a CPLR Article 78 action involving arbitrable issues, the petitioner may be deemed to have waived his or her right to demand arbitration of those issues

The Village of Bronxville terminated the employment of one of its police officers [Employee] and notified him that his "health insurance coverage, as well as any other insurance coverage that had been provided by the Village, would terminate." Employee objected, … Continue reading

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