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Domestic Violence: Men Are Victims Too

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Most domestic violence incidents befall women but there are instances where men have been victims, too. As unbelievable as it sounds, domestic violence against men is a reality. It isn’t easy to identify, though. It can take many forms including physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, in addition to verbal threats of violence. In fact, male …

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The Bailiff Courtroom Bustup and the Attorney General

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Courtroom shenanigans can occasionally get out of hand, but when they involve someone like a Deputy Attorney General, as a recent incident in a Californian court happened to then you have to be asking just where courtroom etiquette begins and good manners ends. The incident involved a bailiff who allegedly assaulted Deputy Attorney General Jennie …

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P&O Make History As Australian Stars Name New Ships Via Twitter

P&O Make History As Australian Stars Name New Ships Via Twitter 4

In a social media first, P&O Cruises has revealed that its latest ships, Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden, will be officially named by singer Jessica Mauboy and actress Kate Ritchie – via Twitter. Announcing the identity of the godmothers, P&O Cruises said the popular Australian personalities would both tweet the official naming words in a …

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Company Required Employee to Take Meds at Job Site as a Condition of Employment, Federal Agency Charged

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  DETROIT – Neenah Paper, Inc., a manufacturer of various types of premium paper with a paper mill in Munsing, Mich., violated federal law by discriminating against a production worker because of his disability, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commis­sion (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit filed on August 29. According to EEOC’s lawsuit, Neenah Paper discriminated …

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Baker & McKenzie Announce Revenues of $2.43 billion . . And More Women

Baker & McKenzie Announce Revenues of $2.43 billion . . And More Women 6

Baker & McKenzie announces higher women promotions and all-time high productivity.   Revenues up 2.2% Total productivity hits an all time high – up 5% Record number of partner promotions  – over 40% are women Good growth expected in Fiscal Year 2016 Baker & McKenzie, the world’s premier global law firm, has announced global revenues …

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Ashley Madison Lawsuits Begin

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The Ashley Madison hack lawsuits have begun. Two Canadian law firms say they have filed a $578 million class-action lawsuit against the media companies behind Ashley Madison, following the massive hack that has exposed almost 40 million users on the adultery website. Charney Lawyers and Sutts, Strosberg LLP said in a statement that they have filed …

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