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digital HR
Brian Uhelski
on June 17, 2021

Benefits of Digital HR in Professional Services

The pandemic has changed nearly every aspect of our daily lives. The most highly impacted has undoubtedly been the way we work. Companies have had to rely on technology more than ever to keep their business humming and their employees engaged. With the possibility of remote and hybrid work models continuing post-pandemic, employers and HR […]

eminent domain
Brian Wallace
on April 18, 2021

Understanding Eminent Domain: Know Your Rights

Don’t lose your land without a fight. Many of us, when faced with a complex problem we don’t understand, feel helpless. Especially when it comes to legal problems, it is normal to feel overwhelmed and worried. One of the trickiest legal battles – eminent domain – often leaves the landowner feeling abandoned and taken advantage […]

prescription drug fraud
Sarah Marshall
on March 25, 2021

Florida Telemarketing Scammers to Pay $4M over Prescription Drug Fraud

Two Fort Lauderdale men who owned a telemarketing firm in Fort Lauderdale, Florida agreed to pay $4M to settle claims over defrauding the government over prescription drug costs. Jack Lee Stapleton and Jack Hunter Stapleton used their telemarketing firm, under various names including CV McDowell LLC and J & J Tel Marketing LLC, to target […]

spray painting coronavirus
Sarah Marshall
on March 17, 2021

Vandalism at Texas Noodle Restaurant Was Fueled by Anti-Asian Racism

Texas’ decision to end its mask mandate was unsurprising, but when an Asian American restaurant owner spoke out about it, his restaurant was vandalized with anti-Asian racist slogans. Mike Nguyen, owner of Noodle Tree in San Antonio, had spoken to CNN about Governor Greg Abbott’s decision to lift the mask mandate. In the interview he […]

taycan cross turismo
Julia Sachs
on March 4, 2021

Porsche Unveils New Taycan Cross Turismo EV

Porsche unveiled a new Taycan Cross Turismo EV this week that will act as a slightly bigger, station wagon style of all-electric vehicle to its family of electric vehicles. The new model, set to start delivering this summer, will retail for a starting price of $90,900. The Taycan Cross Turismo EV will bring a larger […]

hacked materials
Julia Sachs
on February 25, 2021

Section 230 Experts Explain Twitter’s Hacked Materials Policy

Twitter users noticed this week that the company has begun adding a warning label to posts that contain materials that could have been obtained through hacking. Hacked materials, which violate Twitter’s terms of use, have become a sensitive political topic ever since the company removed posts that published allegations against Hunter Biden last fall, when […]

show-hutsona
Julia Sachs
on February 20, 2021

Traccii Show-Hutsona Claimed She Was A Luxury Lifestyle Guru, Until She Was Arrested For Embezzling Money From Her Clients

Traccii Show-Hutsona, 52, was charged this week on wire fraud and identity theft charges after embezzling more than $1 million dollars from her clients to fund a lavish lifestyle. Traccii marketed herself as a concierge through a business called Elite Lux Life and allegedly used her clients’ credit cards and bank accounts to embezzle money […]

lularoe
Julia Sachs
on February 4, 2021

LuLaRoe Will Pay $4.75 Million In A Settlement Over Pyramid Scheme Lawsuit

LuLaRoe, a popular MLM women’s clothing company that is also rife with controversy, will pay nearly $5 million in a lawsuit that claimed the company was running a pyramid scheme. The $4.75 million dollar payout will go toward settlements to Washington Residents that sought damages after working for the company. The Washington state attorney general […]

GM
Lexi Jones
on January 29, 2021

GM Will Phase Out Gas By 2035

General Motors announced that it will completely phase out vehicles that use gasoline or diesel fuel by 2035. By that time, GM hopes to have an all-electric fleet of vehicles and will also work to become carbon-neutral by 2040. GM Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra made the announcement Thursday, about a week after […]

hunches-feature
Katherine Stinson
on January 27, 2021

What Alexa Owners Need to Know About the Hunches Feature

Amazon Alexa will improve a feature this week called “Alexa Hunches.” Amazon Alexa products have been able to operate off of hunches based off of a user’s typical habits since 2018. However, an Alexa product would ask for permission to do something before, such as turning off lights. Here are a few things that will […]

Andrew Rossow
on December 24, 2020

California AG Files Petition to Require Facebook to Comply with 2018 Subpoena

On Wednesday, the California Attorneys General Office filed a petition in the San Francisco Superior Court asking the Court to require Facebook to comply with its 2018-issued investigative subpoenas into the company’s data privacy practices since the Cambridge Analytica breach. When revealing his office’s probe into the social media giant, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra […]

horseracing
Julia Sachs
on December 22, 2020

What do horseracing, pirating, and the Dalai Lama have to do with the pandemic? They’re all part of the relief package.

The nearly 6,000 page stimulus bill that passed in the House on Monday represented the first major step toward an economic relief plan that Americans have had in months. After receiving a stimulus check earlier in the year, constituents across the United States have been united in the demand for another relief package to ease […]

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