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National Constitution Day. (Constitutionday.com, 8/17/18)

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Fancy Lifestyle Brand, Goop, Pays $145,000 Settlement over Infamous Jade Eggs. (Cosmopolitan.com, 9/5/18)

$400G in GoFundMe Cash for Homeless Vet is Gone, Lawyer Claims. (FoxNews.com, 9/5/18)

Nike Shares Fall as Backlash Erupts over New Ad Campaign Featuring Colin Kaepernick. (CNBC.com, 9/4/18)

Kavanaugh Hearing Live Updates: Protesters Continue to Interrupt as Democrats Say Hearing should be Delayed. (ABCNews.go.com, 9/4/18)

Justice Department Sides with Asian-Americans Suing Harvard over Admissions Policy. (CNN.com, 8/30/18)

Homeless Samaritan Suing Couple who Raised Funds to Help Him. (WITF.com, 8/29/18)

Employee Need Not Give Severance Back Before Moving Forward. (NatLawReview.com, 8/27/18)

As Trump Stays Silent on John McCain’s Death, the Senator Gets a Last Word. (NYTimes.com, 8/27/18)

Motorcycle Accident Claims Life of Pennsylvania Man. (LocalDMV.com, 8/26/18)

32 Children’s Medicines Recalled for ‘Microbial Contamination.’ (KHOU.com, 8/23/18)

Herbalife Sued for Duping Distributors. (Fox6Now.com, 8/21/18)

Man Dying of Cancer Says $289M Monsanto Verdict not “in Vain.” (CBSNews.com, 8/20/18)

North Texas Jury Awards More than $242M For Lexus Seat Defect. (DFW.CBSLocal.com, 8/17/18)

Home Depot to Pay $100,000 to Settle EEOC Disability Discrimination Lawsuit. (NatLawReview.com, 8/17/18)

6 Sun Safety Tips: How Kids can Have Fun in the Sun and Be Sun-Safe. (Blog.Nemours.org, 8/13/18)

Teen Football Player Dies After Complaining of Headache. (FoxNews.com, 8/15/18)

New Jersey Law Does Not Require Employers to Accommodate Medical Marijuana Users with Drug Test Waivers. (NatLawReview.com, 8/15/18)

Plastic Bags, Straws Banned in Atlantic County Parks. (6ABC.com, 8/13/18)

Trump Campaign Files Arbitration Complaint Against Omarosa. (CBSNews.com, 8/14/18)

Zostavax Shingles Vaccine Lawsuits Consolidated in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. (Newscenter1.tv, 8/3/18)

Young Athletes Should Stay Hydrated, but Too Much Water can be Deadly. (CNN.com, 8/7/18)

Trending News Today: Smokers more Likely to Develop Atrial Fibrillation. (SpecialtyPharmacy.com, 8/3/18)

Family Scrambles as Scooter Catches Fire. (MSN.com, 8/3/18)

Relative Calls Toddler’s Fatal Mauling by Dogs in Port Richmond, ‘a Freak Accident.’ (Philly.com, 8/2/18)

Ready, Aim, Hire a ‘Fortnite’ Coach. (WSJ.com, 7/31/18)

USDA Issues Alert about Salads, Wraps due to Parasite Worry. (Philly.com, 8/1/18)

Bode Miller and Wife Morgan on their Baby’s Drowning: ‘It Happens in the Blink of an Eye. (WashingtonPost.com, 7/30/18)

A $100 Million Lawsuit was Filed Against the Operators of the Capsized Missouri Duck Boat. (CNBC.com, 7/30/18)

3D-Printed Gun Downloads can’t be Accessed in Pa. for now, but Court Battle will Ensue. (Philly.com, 7/30/18)

Hersheypark to Stay Closed Thursday as Flooding Continues. (Foxnews.com, 7/25/18)

White House bans CNN Reporter from Press Conference. (USAToday.com, 7/25/18)

Top Eagles Storylines Heading into 2018 Training Camp. (NBCPhiladelphia.com, 7/25/18)

As Automation Expands, Driver Error Persists. (NatLawReview.com, 7/25/18)

Some Ritz Crackers Products Recalled due to Salmonella Risk. (USAToday.com, 7/23/18)

Utley Returns for Final Regular-Season Series in Philly. (6ABC.com, 7/23/18)

Bayer to End Sales of Essure, Birth Control Device Blamed for Serious Injuries. (Philly.com, 7/20/18)

Dad goes to Pick up 3-year-old and Finds him Dead after Spending 3.5 Hours in Scorching Hot Day Care Bus. (ABCnews.go.com, 7/20/18)

17 Killed in Missouri Duck Boat Sinking ranged in Age from 1 to 70. (CNN.com, 7/20/18)

Philadelphia’s Soda Tax Upheld by State Supreme Court. (6ABC.com, 7/18/18)

Trump Says he Accepts U.S. Intelligence on Russian Interference in 2016 Election but Denies Collusion. (WashingtonPost.com, 7/17/18)

Legal Same-Sex Marriage Helps Gay Men’s Health, Research Shows. (NBCNews.com, 7/17/18)

MGM Sues Las Vegas Victims and Survivors, Claiming no Liability. (CBSNews.com, 7/17/18)

Republicans blast Trump Meeting with Putin as ‘Shameful’ and ‘Sign of Weakness.’ (USAToday.com, 7/16/18)

CVS Apologizes After White Manager Calls Police on Black Customer over Coupon. (NBCnews.com, 7/15/18)

Employer Found Liable where Supervisor Mocked Employee’s Stuttering Problem. (NatLawReview.com, 7/13/18)

Uber’s Head of HR Resigns Reportedly after Discrimination Probe. (Philly.com, 7/11/18)

Starbucks is Ditching Plastic Straws – But What Impact Could that have on the Environment. (People.com, 7/11/18)

Thai Cave Rescue Operation Suspended after Four More Boys Freed. (CNN.com, 7/9/18)

Sounding Off or Whistleblowing? – The Devil’s in the Detail. (NatLawReview.com, 7/9/18)

The Most Interesting Late Development in Trump’s Supreme Court Derby. (WashingtonPost.com, 7/9/18)

Tips for Safe Independence Day Fireworks Celebrations. (Phillymag.com, 7/3/18)

Hot Cars, Drowning: Keep your Family Safe this Summer. (Consumer.Healthday.com, 6/29/18)

What Would it Really Take for Abortion to be Illegal in Pa., N.J.? (Philly.com, 6/29/18)

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy Announces Retirement. (WSJ.com, 6/27/18)

Supreme Court Upholds Trump’s Travel Ban. (NYTimes.com, 6/26/18)

Biggest Winners and Losers of 2018 NBA Draft. (USAToday.com, 6/22/18)

Why Amazon is the Winner of the Supreme Court Sales Tax Ruling. (CNBC.com, 6/21/18)

There’s a New Button on Instagram that You’re going to Want to Know About. (Cosmopolitan.com, 6/21/18)

Phanatic’s Flying Hot Dog Leaves Phillies Fan with Facial Injuries. (6ABC.com, 6/21/18)

There are 2,300 Migrant Kids Spread Across the US. What Happens to them Next? (Cnn.com, 6/21/18)

Overtime can be an Essential Job Function. (NatLawReview.com, 6/19/18)

Border-crossing Guatemalan mom sues Trump admin for not saying where her son is. (NBCNews.com, 6/19/18)

Trump: U.S. ‘Will not be a Migrant Camp… not on my Watch.’ (NBCNews.com, 6/18/18)

Medical Marijuana Patients, Legally Banned from Driving, May get a Pass in PA. (Philly.com, 6/18/18)

Kellog Company Recalls Honey Smacks Cereal After Dozens Sickened by Salmonella. (Today.com, 6/14/18)

EEOC Files Seven Suits Against Harassment. (NatLawReview.com, 6/14/18)

NJ Gov. Signs Sports-Betting Bill into Law. (Philly.com, 6/11/18)

Philly Cops Issue New Trespassing Policy in Response to Starbucks Arrests. (Philly.com, 6/8/18)

Country Time to Cover Kids’ ‘Illegal’ Lemonade Stands. (USNews.com, 6/8/18)

Judge Sides with Philadelphia in Sanctuary City Fight. (6ABC.com, 6/6/18)

Eagles Coach Doug Pederson was Looking Forward to White House Visit, but Moving On. (6ABC.com, 6/6/18)

Cape May Prosecutor: No Charges for Wildwood Police who Punched Woman on Beach. (Philly.com, 6/5/18)

Supreme Court Decides Colorado Gay Wedding Cake Case: A Timeline of Events. (Foxnews.com, 6/4/18)

It’s Epic: Supreme Court Approves Class-Action Waivers in Employment Agreements (NatLawreview.com, 6/1/18)

Car Crashes Into Warminster Ice Cream Parlor (6abc.com, 6/1/18)

Michael Jackson’s Estate Sues Disney Over Copyright Infringement Over ABC Special (People.com, 5/31/18)

Toddler left home alone falls from 2nd story window; parents charged. (6abc.com, 5/30/18)

Roseanne Barr Attacks Cast Members on Twitter Following Cancellation ‘You Threw Me Under the Bus’ (Indie Wire, 5/30/18)

Trump Cancels Summit Citing ‘Open Hostility’ by North Korea. (Philly.com, 5/24/18)

Employer Beware: Considerations When Hiring a Competitor’s Employees. (NatLawreview.com, 5/24/18)

Trump Can’t Block Users from his Twitter Feed, Federal Judge Rules. (NBCNews.com, 5/23/18)

School Bus Driver in Fatal New Jersey Crash Had License Suspended 14 Times. (NYTimes.com, 5/22/18)

Is Facebook just a Platform? A Lawyer to the Stars Says No. (CNBC.com, 5/22/18)

Former Uber Engineer Sues, Tests New Sex-Based Claims Policy. (CNBC.com, 5/22/18)

United States Supreme Court Validates Class and Collective Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements. (NatLawReview.com, 5/21/18)

Costco Class Action: ‘Environmentally Responsible’ Cleaners Aren’t Natural. (TopClassActions.com, 5/18/18)

GSN Casino Games are Online Illegal Gambling, Class Action Says. (TopClassActions.com, 5/18/18)

Royal Wedding 2018: Princes Harry and William meet Windsor Crowds. (BBC.com, 5/18/18)

At Least 2 Dead, Many Hurt in Obliterating NJ School Bus Crash: Sources. (NBCNewYork.com, 5/17/18)

Cosmo DiNardo Pleads Guilty to Killing Four men in Bucks; Sean Kratz Rejects Deal, Opts for Trial. (Philly.com, 5/16/18)

Philadelphia Salary History Ban: Judge Rules that Employers Can Ask About – But Not Use – Prior Salary History. (NatLawReview.com, 5/16/18)

Pa. Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Philly Soda Tax. (Philly.com, 5/15/18)

What the Supreme Court’s Sports Gambling Decision Means. (WashingtonPost.com, 5/14/18)

Nurse Charged in Death of H.R. McMaster’s Father. (NYPost.com, 5/10/18)

President Trump Welcomes 3 Americans Freed by North Korea. (CNN.com, 5/10/18)

New Jersey Passes Laws on Sick Leave and Pay Equity; Will Tackle Worker Misclassification. (NatLawReview.com, 5/9/18)

Report: More than One-Third of Philly Residents Renege on Jury Duty. (Philly.com, 5/9/18)

NBC Says no Culture of Harassment in its News Division. (My.xfinity.com, 5/9/18)

Trump Announces Plans to Pull out of Iran Nuclear Deal Despite Pleas from European Leaders. (WashingtonPost.com, 5/8/18)

Former Friends’ Central Teachers Sue School after Firing over Palestinian Professor Invite. (Philly.com, 5/8/18)

NBA Playoffs 2018: Watch Celtics vs. 76ers Game 5 (CBSSports.com, 5/8/18)

Are the Sixers Really that much more Talented than this Celtics Team? (SBNation.com, 5/7/18)

16th Anniversary of Allen Iverson’s Practice Rant. (6ABC.com, 5/7/18)

What not to Wear: Employer Dress Code Policy Ruled Unlawful. (NatLawReview.com, 5/7/18)

Sneezing your Head Off? Blame the Extreme Weather this Spring. (Philly.com, 5/4/18)

‘Mob Justice, Not Real Justice’ Convicted Bill Cosby, Wife Says. (NBCPhiladelphia.com, 5/3/18)

Freight Train Derailment Causing Problems on SEPTA, Amtrak Lines. (Fox29.com, 5/3/18)

How Can Medicare Affect my Personal Injury Settlement? (NatLawReview.com, 5/2/18)

Black Men in Philadelphia Arrest Settle with Starbucks, City. (USNews.com, 5/2/18)

Southwest Flight to Newark with Cracked Window Diverted to Cleveland. (Philly.com, 5/2/18)

Mumia Abu-Jamal isn’t there, but He’s the Focus Inside and Outside Philly Courthouse. (Philly.com, 4/30/18)

Stormy Daniels Files Defamation Lawsuit against Trump. (CNN.com, 4/30/18)

NBA Playoff Bracket. (Forbes.com, 4/30/18)

Truck Crash Jams Traffic on I-95 in Both Directions in Northeast Philadelphia. (6ABC.com, 4/27/18)

Hit-and-run Deaths at All-Time High, new AAA Study Says. (ABCnews.go.com, 4/26/18)

Meek Mill Released from Prison, Attends 76ers Game. (CBSNews.com, 4/25/18)

Supreme Court to Decide Legality of Trump’s Travel Ban. (Xfinity.com, 4/25/18)

Closing Arguments Begin in Bill Cosby’s Sexual Assault Retrial. (NBCNews.com, 4/24/18)

NBA Playoffs 2018: Watch Heat vs. 76ers Game 5. (CBSSports.com, 4/24/18)

Kevin Hart Visits Meek Mill Behind Bars. (NBCPhiladelphia.com, 4/24/18)

45+ Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for the Best Mom Ever. (GoodHousekeeping.com, 4/16/18)

Cosby Opts not to Testify as Defense Rests Case. (WTop.com, 4/23/18)

It’s a Boy! Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Third Royal Baby is Here. (People.com, 4/23/18)

Boy, 6, Dies After Suspected Drunken Driver Slams into Motorbike. (NBCPhiladelphia.com, 4/23/18)

National Cherry Cheesecake Day (NationalDayCalendar.com, 4/23/18)

Students across US Walk Out for Gun Reform on Anniversary of Columbine Massacre. (ABCNews.go.com, 4/20/18)

4/20 and Medical Marijuana – Now’s the Time to Unleash the Power of Pot. (FoxNews.com, 4/20/18)

From Monkey Selfies to Intel Allergies, Here are 7 of the Weirdest Tech Lawsuits Ever. (DigitalTrends.com, 4/19/18)

Starbucks will Close 8,000 US Stores for Racial-Bias Training. (Money.CNN.com, 4/17/18)

Barbara Bush, Wife of 41st President and Mother of 43rd, Dies at 92. (NYTimes.com, 4/18/17)

Boston Marathon 2018: Desiree Linden wins, Sarah Sellers Second on Dominant Day for Americans. (CBSSports.com, 4/16/18)

US Supreme Court to Consider Whether to let States Force Out-of-State Online Retailers to Collect Sales Taxes. (CNBC.com, 4/17/18)

Comey’s ‘Higher Loyalty’ a Bestseller even Before Release. (FoxBusiness.com, 4/16/18)

A video of Black Men Being Arrested at Starbucks. Three Very Different Reactions. (CNN.com, 4/15/18)

207 Million Eggs in Nine States Recalled over Salmonella Fears. (CNN.com, 4/15/18)

Andrea Constand says she Settled with Bill Cosby Because ‘We Just Wanted it Over.’ (CNN.com, 4/16/18)

2018 NBA Playoffs: Watch 76ers vs. Heat Game 2 Online. (CBSSports.com, 4/16/18)

Mark Zuckerberg’s Net Worth Skyrocketed $3 Billion During his Senate Testimony and Could Rise Again Today. (Fortune.com, 4/11/18)

Federal Judge Rules that Uber Drivers are Contractors, Not Employees. (TheDrive.com, 4/13/18)

Is Elton John Invited to the Royal Wedding or Not? (CinemaBlend.com, 4/7/18)

Lawsuit: Three Michigan State Basketball Players Raped Woman in 2015. (USAToday.com, 4/9/18)

Tom Bossert, Trump’s Homeland Security Adviser, Resigns. (NBCNews.com, 4/10/18)

Mark Zuckerberg Live Blog: Facebook CEO Testifies before Congress. (NBCNews.com, 4/10/18)

Tractor-Trailer Falls from Ramp onto I-95 in Bensalem. (6ABC.com, 4/10/18)

Topless Protestor who Charged at Bill Cosby had been a Guest Star on his TV Show. (Philly.com, 4/9/18)

Surging 76ers Match Team Record with 14th Straight Win. (USAToday.com, 4/8/18)

How to Find out if Cambridge Analytica Stole your Facebook Data. (Mashable.com, 4/9/18)

2018 Masters Leaderboard: Live Coverage, Tiger Woods Score, Golf Scores Friday. (CBSSports.com, 4/6/18)

How Google’s Waymo Can Steer Clear of Uber, Tesla Self-Driving Woes. (Investors.com, 4/6/18)

Distracted Driving Awareness Month – April. (NationalDayCalendar.com, 4/1/18)

Jury Selection Complete, Bill Cosby’s Sexual Assault Trial now Set to Start Monday. (Pennlive.com, 4/5/18)

Maya Angelou’s 90th Birthday Honored by Google with Star-Studded ‘Still I Rise’ Doodle Tribute. (People.com, 4/4/18)

Villanova Parade in Philadelphia: Route, Street Closures, Parking, & Mass Transit Info. (6ABC.com, 4/4/18)

Eagles’ Doug Pederson to Throw out First Pitch at the Phillies Home Opener. (6ABC.com, 4/4/18)

Starbucks, Others Must Carry Cancer Warning in California, Judge Rules. (CBSNews.com, 3/30/18)

11 Things to Watch for in Monday’s Villanova vs. Michigan National Championship Game. (NCAA.com, 4/1/18)

Bill Cosby Jury being Picked Amid Anti-Sexual Misconduct Movement. (USAToday.com, 4/2/18)

An End to the McDonald’s Joint Employer NLRB Litigation. (NatLawReview.com, 3/27/18)

Exclusive: Mark Zuckerberg has Decided to Testify before Congress. (Money.Cnn.com, 3/27/18)

Facebook in Hot Water with Latest Privacy Missteps. (NatLawReview.com, 3/22/18)

OnPolitics Today: McMaster Ousted, Dowd Lost, Biden Threatened – ALl Day’s Work for Trump. (USAToday.com, 3/22/18)

Not Cleaning the Snow off Your Car is Illegal in Pennsylvania. (Phillyvoice.com, 3/7/18)

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Offers Apology on CNN for Data Leak: “This was a Major Breach of Trust.” (Deadline.com, 3/21/18)

The Toys “R” Us Liquidation Sales are Coming. (Money.CNN.com, 3/22/18)

Dashcam Video of Deadly Self-Driving Uber Crash Released. (FoxNews.com, 3/21/18)

What All Employers Need to Know About Protecting Employee Health Information. (NatLawReview.com, 3/20/18)

Philadelphia Weather Updates: Latest on Snow, Forecast, Travel, Closings. (Philly.com, 3/21/18)

“Textalyzer” Device Allows Police to Determine if Drivers were Texting and Driving. (NBCNews.com, 3/21/18)

Miami Bridge Collapse Victims: A student, father of three and a businessman ‘who would help anybody’. (CNN.com, 3/19/18)

Powerball Ticket Sold in Manheim Hits $457 Million Jackpot, the Biggest Lottery Prize in Pennsylvania History. (WTAE.com, 3/19/18) 

NCAA Tournament 2018 Bracket: Print out a New Bracket for the Sweet 16 After Upsets. (CBSsports.com, 3/19/18)

Philadelphia Prosecutors Must Share the Cost of Prison Time Inside Court During Case Sentencing. (NBCPhiladelphia.com, 3/15/18)

Sixth Circuit Delivers One-Two Punch Knocking Out Transgender Discrimination. (NatLawReview.com, 3/16/18)

No Tax Deductions for Sexual Harassment Settlements with Non-Disclosure Agreements. (NatLawReview.com, 3/16/18)

Toys R Us is Closing all of its US Stores. Here’s a Map of Where They Are. (CNBC.com, 3/15/18)

Alexa Predicts Villanova will Win March Madness. (Finance.yahoo.com, 3/14/18)

Prosecutors Unopposed to Release of Rapper Meek Mill. (6ABC.com, 3/15/18)

Local Students Take Part in National Walkout Day. (6ABC.com, 3/14/18)

March Madness 2018 Brackets: NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Teams Announced. (CBSNews.com, 3/14/18)

Democrat Poised to Upset GOP in Pennsylvania Special Election. (CNN.com, 3/14/18)

Employee Pregnancy – Is Ignorance the Best Defense? (NatLawReview.com, 3/14/18)

Feeling Tired? Take a Nap for National Napping Day. (ajc.com, 3/12/18)

Box Office: ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Earns $1.3 Million on Thursday Night. (Variety.com, 3/9/18)

‘March for Our Lives’ Student-led Rallies for Gun Control Planned in D.C., Philly, Other Cities. (Philly.com, 3/8/18)

Stormy Daniels Sues Trump over Confidentiality Agreement. (TMZ.com, 3/9/18)

Legalized Pot in New Jersey – Not so Fast. (Philly.com, 3/9/18)

Why Companies are Embracing International Women’s Day. (Money.CNN.com, 3/8/18)

Google Doodles for International Women’s Day. (Google.com, 3/8/18)

International Women’s Day 2018: McDonald’s Flips Arches to Celebrate. (ABC7Chicago.com, 3/8/18)

Nor’Easter hits Philadelphia: The Snow’s Effect on Travel, Utilities, Closings – Latest Updates. (Philly.com, 3/7/18)

Bomb Cyclone Uncovers Maine Shipwreck. (CNN.com, 3/7/18)

Trump Slams the Brakes on Obama Gun-Safety Measures. (NBCNews.com, 3/6/18)

Becca Kufrin Forgives Arie Luyendyk Jr. for Breaking Up with her on The Bachelor. (My.xfinity.com, 3/6/18)

Wednesday’s NorEaster: Expect Dangerous Heavy, Wet Snow Across Region. (Philly.com, 3/6/18)

Uber Faces Potential $13.5 Million Lawsuit from Pennsylvania Attorney General over Data Breach. (TechCrunch.com, 3/5/18)

Sustainable, Plant-Based Legos are Coming. They’ll Still Hurt when you Step on Them. (USAToday.com, 3/2/18)

Penguin Super-Colony Spotted from Space. (BBC.com, 3/2/18)

NCAA Head Coaches Beware: You are ‘Presumptively’ Responsible for Acts of Assistant Coaches, Administrators. (NatLawReview.com, 3/1/18)

Universal Health Services Sets Reserve for Fraud Settlement. (Philly.com, 3/1/18)

Electric Automakers Have one More Year to Implement New Noise Devices to Avoid Pedestrian Accidents. (Electrek.co, 2/27/18)

Dick’s Sporting Goods, Major Gun Retailer, Stops Selling Assault-Style Weapons. (NYTimes.com, 2/28/17)

SCOTUS Rules Dodd-Frank Does Not Protect Internal Whistleblowing. (NatLawReview.com, 2/28/18)

Man Charged with DUI for Drunk Driving his Horse on a Freeway. (BoingBoing.net, 2/27/18)

Kushner, Russia Bombshells rock the White House. (CNN.com, 2/28/18)

Comcast Makes Surprise $31B bid for Sky in London. (Philly.com, 2/27/18)

Second Circuit Rules Sexual Orientation Discrimination is Prohibited Under Title VII. (NatLawReview.com, 2/27/18)

Court Rules Federal Law Protects Gay Employees. (My.xfinity.com, 2/27/18)

Winner-Take-All Electoral College System is Unconstitutional, say Suits Led by Boies. (ABAJournal.com, 2/22/18)

Study: People who Drink Moderate Amounts of Alcohol, Coffee Live Longer. (Philadelphia.CBSLocal.com, 2/20/18)

Plastic Straw Makers Brace for Bans. (Money.CNN.com, 2/23/18)

‘Crisis Actors’ YouTube Video Removed after it Tops ‘Trending’ Videos. (USAToday.com, 2/21/18)

US Women’s Hockey Gold Medal Came in Great Olymic Game, Made Even Greater Statement. (USAToday.com, 2/22/18)

This Brand of Blow Dryers is Lighting on Fire – Here’s What you Need to Know. (Today.com, 2/20/18)

Supreme Court Holds Whistleblower Must First Blow the Whistle to the SEC. (NatLawReview.com, 2/21/18)

Billy Graham: Influential US Evangelist Dies at 99. (BBC.com, 2/21/18)

Winter Olympics 2018: U.S. Women win Historic Gold Medal in Cross-Country Skiing. (CBSSports.com, 2/21/18)

Leading Discrimination Lawyer Issues Guide to “Shattering the Glass Ceiling: Tips for Combatting Promotion Discrimination.” (NatLawReview.com, 2/19/18)

Coldilocks, Philadelphia Zoo Polar Bear, Euthanized after ‘Serious Decline’ in Health. (Philly.com, 2/20/18)

Disney Reportedly Withholding Bonuses from Union Employees. (AOL.com, 2/20/18)

23 Passengers Removed from Cruise Ship in Australia after Brawls. (CNN.com, 2/19/18)

Mum’s the Word on Olympics Content to Avoid Infringement. (NatLawReview.com, 2/19/18)

Former CSX Employees file Wrongful Termination Lawsuit. (WSAZ.com, 2/18/18)

Special Counsel Mueller Indicts 13 Russians with Interfering in 2016 U.S. Election. (NBCNews.com, 2/16/18)

Accuweather: Winter Storm Watch Posted Ahead of Weekend Snow. (6ABC.com, 2/16/18)

Avoid Groundhog Day – Get an Emergency Response Plan in Place! (NatLawReview.com, 2/16/18)

Happy 25th Birthday, FMLA! 25 Years Later – Where are we Now? (NatLawReview.com, 2/12/18)

American Luger Emily Sweeney Crashes Out of Olympics. (my.xfinity.com, 2/13/18)

Valentine’s Day Cards Help Swarthmore College Students Raise Money for Charity. (Philly.com, 2/13/18)

Why I am Still Marching. (Philly.com, 2/7/18)

Can You Require Employees to Keep Harassment and other Workplace Investigations “Confidential?” (NatLawReview.com, 2/7/18)

Frasier Star John Mahoney Dead at 77. (FoxNews.com, 2/6/18)

Hot to get Around Philly During Thursday’s Super Bowl Parade. (WHYY.org, 2/7/18)

SCOTUS Denies Pa. GOP Lawmaker’s Attempt to Delay Drawing new Congressional Map. (Philly.com, 2/5/18)

Prince’s Appearance in Justin Timberlake’s 2018 Super Bowl Halftime Show Sparks Backlash. (My.xfinity.com, 2/5/18)

Eagles Super Bowl Parade: Date, Time, Route, and Other Details. (Philly.com, 2/5/18)

Groundhog Day 2018: Punxsutawney Phil Predicts 6 Weeks of Winter. (CBSNews.com, 2/2/18)

Recent First Circut Decision Illustrates Overlap Between Title VII Gender and Sexual Orientation Claims (US). (NatLawReview.com, 2/2/18)

Opioid Epidemic Spurs Increase in Drug Testing, Risks for Employers. (NatLawReview.com, 2/1/18)

Super Bowl 2018: Here’s what NBC has Planned for its Broadcast. (Philly.com, 2/1/18)

Philadelphia Court Clerk Fired after Asking Meek Mill for Money During Trial. (PennLive.com, 1/31/18)

One Confirmed Dead in Train Crash with Truck. (My.Xfinity.com, 1/31/18)

An Employer’s Notice to Employees of a Mandatory Arbitration Program May be Insufficient Basis to Compel Arbitration. (NatLawReview.com, 1/31/18)

Court Rejects Lawsuit Against Twitter over Terror Attack. (FoxNews.com, 1/31/18)

Everything You Need to Know about the State of the Union Address. (CNN.com, 1/29/18)

Potholes Ahead for Marijuana-Impaired Driving Regulation. (NatLawReview.com, 1/30/18)

Super Bowl 2018 Justin Timberlake Halftime Show: Everything that We Know. (CBSSports.com, 1/30/18)

Connected Cars in 2018 – Ready for the Fast Lane? (NatLawReview.com, 1/29/18)

Snow Tonight into Tuesday Morning, Little Accumulation Expected. (Philly.com, 1/29/18)

Super Bowl 2018 Media Day Live Stream: Time, TV Schedule, and How to Watch Online. (SBNation.com, 1/29/18)

A State of the Union Delivered by the President in Persons? Congress was Agog. (WashingtonPost.com, 1/29/18)

Lunches, Hugs and Break-Room Banter: Where are the New Boundaries at Work? (WashingtonPost.com, 1/28/18)

Grammys 2018 Winners: The Complete List. (Billboard.com, 1/29/18)

Pennsylvania Rolls Out Red Carpet for Amazon with Most Generous Incentives Ever Offered. (Pivot.today, 1/26/18)

Fighting Back: FMLA Fraud and Abuse. (NatLawReview.com, 1/25/18)

Hollywood’s Time’s Up Movement Keeps Pay Equity in Spotlight. (NatLawReview.com, 1/25/18)

How PA’s Gerrymandering Decision Could Affect the 2018 Primary Election. (PhillyMag.com, 1/23/18)

In Lawsuits, Same-Sex Couples say US Wrongly Denied their Children Citizenship. (WashingtonPost.com, 1/22/18)

Eagles Lane Johnson and Chris Long Call Out NFL’s Cheap Marketing Ploy. (PhillyMag.com, 1/23/18)

National Pie Day. (NationalDayCalendar.com, 1/23/18)

Marshall County High School Shooting Leaves 2 Dead, 17 Injured. (AOL.com, 1/23/18)

Employers Can be Vicariously Liable for Employee Data Breaches. (NatLawReview.com, 1/23/18)

Senate Votes Overwhelmingly to End Government Shutdown. (NYTimes.com, 1/22/18)

Guide to Super Bowl LII: Predictions, X Factors, More for Eagles-Patriots. (ESPN.com, 1/22/18)

Dog Flu is Real: Here’s What you Need to Know to Keep Your Pet Safe. (Today.com, 1/20/18)

Schumer, Trump Meet at White House as Government Shutdown Looms. (AOL.com, 1/19/18)

Eagles-Vikings Predictions: Beat Writers are Split. (Philly.com, 1/18/18)

Supreme Court Agrees to Decide Legality of Current Travel Ban. (WSJ.com, 1/19/18)

Amazon Chooses 20 Finalists for Second Headquarters. (NYTimes.com, 1/18/18)

Bald Eagle that Soared Over Lincoln Financial Field a Busy Bird. (Pivot.Today.com, 1/18/18)

Here’s Why the Flu is Especially Bad This Year. (Time.com, 1/17/18)

Motorists Beware: Potholes are Flattening Tires Around the Region. (Philly.com, 1/14/18)

Nuisance Snow Messing with Morning Commute. (Philly.com, 1/17/18)

Workplace Discrimination in America – What’s Next? (NatLawReview.com, 1/17/18)

Employee’s Refusal to Take Drug Test Could Not Support Age and Gender Discrimination Claims. (NatLawReview.com, 1/15/18)

Tips for Scoring Eagles Tickets This Morning. (6ABC.com, 1/16/18)

MLK Jr. Day Across America: Live Updates. (Cnn.com, 1/15/18)

National Labor Relations Board Balances Analysis of Employer Policies and Work Rules. (NatLawReview.com, 1/12/18)

Trump’s History of Breaking Decorum with Remarks on Race, Ethnicity. (NBCNews.com, 1/12/18)

‘Disrespected’ Eagles, the No. 1 Seed, Face Falcons as Underdogs. (NYDailyNews.com, 1/12/18)

James Damore just Filed a Class Action Lawsuit Against Google, Saying it Discriminates Against White Male Conservatives. (TechCrunch.com, 1/8/18)

Uber to Pay $3M to Settle Driver Service Fees Class Action in NY. (TechCrunch.com, 1/10/18)

Doctors Warn Parents about Dangerous new ‘Tide Pod Challenge’. (AOL.com, 1/11/18)

WalMart to Shutter some of its Sam’s Club Locations. (CNBC.com, 1/11/18)

Obesity Discrimination Claims Allowed to Proceed Under California Law. (NatLawReview.com, 1/10/18)

Contracts in Football – the Unconventional, Bizarre and Shocking. (NatLawReview.com, 1/10/18)

Adam Rippon will be First Openly Gay US Man to Compete in the Winter Olympics. (AOL.com, 1/10/18)

WATCH: Alabama Wins National Title on Gorgeous 41-yard TD Pass in OT. (CBSSports.com, 1/8/18)

President Trump Tries to Quash Bombshell Book. (CNN.com, 1/4/18)

Powerful Blizzard Hammers US Northeast, Snarling Travel. (CNBC.com, 1/4/18)

Winter Storm: Tips to Stay Safe and Warm. (DelawareOnline.com, 1/2/18)

Apple Apologizes for Slowdowns, Lops $50 Off Batter Replacement Cost. (NPR.org, 12/29/17)

A Law Banning Mexican-American Studies in Arizona Public Schools is Dead. (Cnn.com, 12/29/17)

Roy Moore Loses Last-Ditch Effort to Stop Doug Jones Election Win. (NYPost.com, 12/28/17)

NLRB Overturns 4 Decisions that Adversely Impacted Employers. (NatLawReview.com, 12/28/17)

New Year’s Eve Revelers: Get Ready for One Polar Party. (USAToday.com, 12/27/17)

When a Musical Misstep by Disney Means Millions, It’s Hard to “Let it Go!” (NatLawReview.com, 12/25/17)

United Apologizes to Passenger who says US Rep Got her Seat. (ABCNews.go.com, 12/25/17)

British Woman Sentenced in Egypt to Three Years in Jail for Smuggling Painkillers. (Uk.Reuters.com, 12/26/17)

Congress Sends Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to President Trump’s Desk for Signing. (NatLawReview.com, 12/20/17)

Apple is Facing Lawsuits over its Policy of Slowing Down Older iPhones. (BusinessInsider.com, 12/22/17)

Labor Board Reverses Ruling that Helped Workers Fight Chains. (NYTimes.com, 12/14/17)

Facebook Job Ads Raise Concerns About Age Discrimination.  (NYTimes.com, 12/20/17)

Cleared for Take-Off: NLRB Establishes New Balancing Standard for Evaluating Handbooks and Workplace Policies. (NatLawReview.com, 12/21/17)

The Final Tax Bill: A Thoughtful Analysis. (NatLawReview.com, 12/21/17)

Social Hosts Beware: “One More for the Road?” May be a Bad Idea. (NatLawReivew.com, 12/15/17)

Amtrak Train Derails in Washington: Live Updates. (CNN.com, 12/18/17)

Handbook Wars – Common Sense Returns NLRB Overhauls Standard for Legality of Work Rules. (NatLawReview.com, 12/16/17)

After FCC Abandons Net Neutrality, States Take up the Fight. (Wired.com, 12/15/17)

The FCC is Expected to Repeal its Net Neutrality Rules Today, in a Sweeping Act of Deregulation. (WashingtonPost.com, 12/14/17)

CNN Says Anderson Cooper’s Twitter Account Apparently Hacked. (CNN.com, 12/13/17)

Officials Determine Cause of One of California’s Devastating Wildfires. (MSN.com, 12/12/17)

Proposed Law Would Criminalize Failures to Report Data Breaches. (NatLawReview.com, 12/13/17)

And So it Begins…Trump NLRB Overturns Obama NLRB Precedent for First Time. (NatLawReview.com, 12/13/17)

Congress Should Block FCC’s Net Neutrality Vote, Internet Experts Say. (USAToday.com, 12/11/17)

Employers: Paid Family Leave is IN and Salary Inquiries are OUT. (NatLawReview.com, 12/11/17)

Trump, Obama, Biden Record Robocalls for Alabama Senate Race: Reports. (USAToday.com, 12/11/17)

Nuns Cannot Join Pennsylvania Lawsuit over ACA Religious Exemption – Judge. (Reuters.com, 12/8/17)

Carson Wentz’s Knee Injury Revealed to be Torn ACL, Out for Season. (BleacherReport.com, 12/11/17)

\Amazon’s Impressive Holiday Season Performance Sends a Message to Retail Giants. (Forbes.com, 12/8/17)

San Francisco Judge Dismisses Equal Pay Class Action Against Google. (Jurist.com, 12/7/17)

Patagonia, Outdoor Retailers Fight Trump on US Monuments. (CNBC.com, 12/8/17)

‘Let Them Dance… But not Too Close’: Welcome to the Post-Weinstein Holiday Party. (WSJ.com, 12/5/17)

Meek Mill’s Lawyers: FBI Investigation into Judge means She Should Leave Case. (Whyy.org, 12/4/17)

Here’s What Is – and Isn’t – in the Travel Ban the Supreme Court Just Upheld. (Time.com, 12/4/17)

Live Coverage: Supreme Court Hears Same-Sex Wedding Cake Case. (WSJ.com, 12/5/17)

Openly Gay Hospital Worker Claims he was Fired for Wearing Makeup. (NYDailyNews.com, 12/1/17)

A$AP Bari Sued for Sexual Assault. (NYDailyNews.com, 12/1/17)

Bathroom Videos Taken at Forever 21 Posted to Porn Sites: Suit. (NYDailyNews.com, 12/1/17)

Rescinding Termination May Not Defeat Retaliation Claim. (NatLawReview.com, 12/4/17)

Michael Flynn Pleads Guilty to Lying to the F.B.I. and Will Cooperate with Russia Inquiry. (NYTimes.com, 12/1/17)

SCOTUS to Decide: Who is Protected “Whistleblower” Under Dodd-Frank? (NatLawReview.com, 11/29/17)

The Law on Harassment is Simple: Businesses Must Condemn It. (NatLawReview.com, 11/30/17)

Extending Leave Was Not a Reasonable Accommodation Under the ADA Where there was a Lack of “Certainty” about Return to Work Date. (NatLawReview.com, 11/29/17)

Prior Entitlement to FMLA Leave is not a Free Ticket to Miss Work for Non-FMLA Covered Reasons. (NatLawReview.com, 11/28/17)

NBC Fires Matt Lauer for Alleged ‘Inappropriate Sexual Behavior in the Workplace. (Xfinity.com, 11/29/17)

5th-Grader Fights School District’s Policy on Leggings: ‘It Shames Girls.’ (Today.com, 11/28/17)

Showdown over Top Post at Key Watchdog Agency. (CNN.com, 11/27/17)

10 Cyber Monday Deals you Didn’t Know You Needed. (USAToday.com, 11/27/17)

Dictionary.com Names ‘Complicit’ its Word of the Year for 2017. (CNN.com, 11/27/17)

Uber Hack- Don’t Tell Anyone! (NatLawReview.com, 11/23/17)

Sexual Harassment isn’t just About Men. Women Should Review their Behavior too, Says this Female CEO. (CNBC.com, 11/24/17)

U.S. Judge Orders Uber Customer to Arbitrate Price-Fixing Claims. (CNBC.com, 11/23/17)

Eighth Child Death from Fallen IKEA Dresser Prompts Recall Reminder. (CNN.com, 11/21/17)

FCC Ignored your Net Neutrality Comment, Unless you Made a ‘Serious’ Legal Argument. (TheVerge.com, 11/22/17)

America Travels for Thanksgiving: Live Updates. (CNN.com, 11/22/17)

Federal Judge Blocks Trump’s Executive Order on Denying Funding to Sanctuary Cities. (WashingtonPost.com, 11/21/17)

Federal Court Clarifies When Employers Must Pay Employees for Pre- or Post-Shift Activities. (NatLawReview.com, 11/20/17)

CPSC Finalizes Ban on Certain Children’s Toys and Child Care Articles. (NatLawReview.com, 11/20/17)

Jay-Z Writes a New York Times Op-Ed About Meek Mill’s Prison Sentence. (VanityFair.com, 11/17/17)

Eagles Prove They’re NFC’s Most Dangerous Team with Dismantling of Cowboys. (BleacherReport.com, 11/20/17)

#MeToo: It May Be Happening in Your Workplace Too. (NatLawReview.com, 11/16/17)

Yoga and Massage Therapist Fired for Being “Too Cute” Sees Gender Discrimination Revived on Grounds of Unjustified Spousal Jealousy. (NatLawReview.com, 11/17/17)

House Vote on Taxes: Here’s What’s in the Bill Republicans just Passed. (Money.CNN.com, 11/16/17)

DOJ: Trump’s Tweets are ‘Official Statements of the President.” (WashingtonTimes.com, 11/14/17)

It’s a Big Day for Tax Reform: Follow Live. (CNN.com, 11/16/17)

Wells Fargo Illegally Repossessed Another 450 Service Members’ Cars. (Money.CNN.com, 11/14/17)

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Update: Key Differences Between the House and Senate Bills. (NatLawReivew.com, 11/13/17)

Legal Compliance in a Harassment-Conscious Environment. (NatLawReview.com, 11/13/17)

Tesla Says it Will Fight Lawsuit Claiming Racial Discrimination. (CNBC.com, 11/15/17)

Lawsuit: Rent at Kushner Properties Inflated Illegally. (CNBC.com, 11/14/17)

What am I Doing Wrong?? Common FMLA Mistakes: Not Properly Considering When a Medical Recertification can be Requested. (NatLawReview.com, 11/15/17)

Sandy Hook Families’ Lawsuit against Gunmaker Heads to Connecticut Supreme Court. (CBSNews.com, 11/14/17)

Don’t Throw Snowballs (or Rocks) at Cars! (NatLawReview.com, 11/13/17)

UCLA Basketball Players are Leaving China after Trump Intervenes. (NYPost.com, 11/14/17)

Sessions Testifies: I Forgot about Papadopoulos Meeting, But Now Remember. (WashingtonTimes.com, 11/14/17)

Colin Kaepernick Named GC Citizen of the Year. (WashingtonTimes.com, 11/13/17)

Democrats Sweep in Virginia, New Jersey. (CNN.com, 11/8/17)

In Historic Win, Delco Dems Take Council Seats. (Philly.com, 11/7/17)

Election 2017: Results for Pa. and N.J. Races. (Philly.com, 11/7/17)

JP Morgan SOX Whistleblower Wins $1.13M at Trial. (NatLawReview.com, 11/7/17)

LiAngelo Ball and UCLA Teammates could Face 3-10 Years in Prison if Convicted of Shoplifting. (AOL.com, 11/8/17)

Urban Outfitters Sued for Unpaid Wages and Overtime. (NewJerseyLawJournal, 11/6/17)

Repeat After Me: College Athletes are Not School Employees Under the FLSA. (NatLawReview.com, 11/6/17)

Woman Photographed Flipping off President Trump’s Motorcade is now Unemployed. (AOL.com, 11/6/17)

Ruby Tuesday to Pay $45,000 to Settle EEOC Age Discrimination Suit. (NatLawReview.com, 11/4/17)

Senior Officials Tossed from Union in Wake of Sexual Harassment Allegations. (NatLawReview.com, 11/6/17)

Astros win 1st World Series Crown, Top Dodgers 5-1 in Game 7. (Xfinity.com, 11/2/17)

Route 66 Brewery Sued by European Company over use of its Name. (CNBC.com, 11/1/17)

New Jersey Sues OxyContin Maker, Claims it Misled the Public. (CNBC.com, 11/1/17)

A Nurse in Utah Just Won a Half-Million Dollar Settlement Over her Forceful Arrest. (Time.com, 10/31/17)

They Said They Survived for Months Lost at Sea. Now the Two American Sailors are Defending their Story. (WashingtonPost.com, 10/31/17)

The Saga Continues: What’s Next for the White Collar Exemptions? (NatLawReview.com, 10/30/17)

Gesundheit: Employer Guidance on Flu Shot Policies. (NatLawReview.com, 10/31/17)

Company Suing Kmart for Stealing its Banana Costume Settles. (CNBC.com, 10/30/17)

Popular Clothing Company Accused of Being a Pyramid Scheme, Faces $1B Lawauit. (WSBT.com, 10/30/17)

Balancing the Scales: A Look at Gender Discrimination in the Legal Field. (NatLawReview.com, 10/30/17)

Manafort, Gates Charged with Conspiracy in Mueller Investigation. (NCBNews.com, 10/30/17)

What Trump’s Opioid Announcement Means – and Doesn’t Mean. (CNN.com, 10/26/17)

Ashley Judd Claims she Promised to have Sex with Harvey Weinstein at a Later Date to Stop Him Sexually Harassing Her. (TheSun.co.uk, 10/27/2017)

Trump Expected to Release Remaining JFK Assassination Documents Thursday. (WashingtonPost.com, 10/26/17)

Apple and Samsung are Headed Back to the Court Room. (NatLawReview.com, 10/25/17)

Former Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison in Corruption Scandal. (CBSPhilly.com, 10/24/17)

Judge to Review Trump’s Controversial Obamacare Payments Cut. (Aol.com, 10/23/17)

Passenger Sues Airline of Serving Him Sparkling Wine Instead of Real Champagne. (AOL.com, 10/20/17)

Viral #MeToo Campaign Highlights Prevalence of Workplace Sexual harassment: Five Ways Employers can work to Establish Harassment-Free Workplaces. (NatLawReview.com, 10/20/17)

Third Travel Ban Blocked by Court. (NatLawReview.com, 10/18/17)

Jerry Sandusky Loses Bid for New Trial on Child Sex Abuse Charges. (Foxnews.com, 10/18/17)

Las Vegas Shooting Victims and Families could See Rare Restitution thanks to Gunman’s Massive Estate. (AOL.com, 10/18/17)

When Firing a Sympathetic Employee – Circumstances Matter a Lot. (NatLawReview.com, 10/16/17)

Education Secretary Signals Shift in Title IX Policy for Dealing with Sexual Misconduct Allegations. (NatLawReview.com, 10/17/17)

Puerto Ricans Scramble for Food and Water 3 Weeks after Maria. (CNN.com, 10/13/17)

In a Smoldering California Winery, a Boiling River of Red Wine Emerges. (CNN.com, 10/13/17)

FTC Targets Student Loan Debt Relief Companies. (NatLawReview.com, 10/12/17)

Massachusetts Federal Court Decision Highlights the Importance of FMLA Training and Compliance. (NatLawReview.com, 10/13/17)

Napa, Sonoma Wineries Hit Hard by Wildfires. (USAToday.com, 10/10/17)

Police: Las Vegas Gunman Shot Security Guard Six Minutes before Massacre. (CNN.com, 10/10/17)

How and Why Wrong Way Accidents Occur. (NatLawReview.com, 10/9/17)

Thinking about Selling the Company? Six Labor & Employment Skeletons to Consider. (NatLawReview.com, 10/9/17)

Trump Offers Broad Leeway to Employers to Drop Birth Control Coverage. (USAToday.com, 10/6/17)

Strength in Numbers: How to Use Evidence of Discrimination Against Other Employees. (NatLawReview.com, 10/5/17)

Decades of Sexual Harassment Accusations Against Harvey Weinstein. (NYTimes.com, 10/5/17)

North Carolina Confronts Misclassification: What Your Organization Needs to Know about the Employee Fair Classification Act. (NatLawReview.com, 10/4/17)

Class Action Lawsuits that Make You Think Twice. (NatLawReview.com, 10/4/17)

What am I Doing Wrong? Common FMLA Mistakes: Not Properly COnsidering Treatment for Substance Abuse as FMLA-Qualifying. (NatLawReview.com, 10/4/17)

Details, Details, Details. (NatLawReview.com, 10/2/17)

Is Bullying Harassment? (NatLawReview.com, 10/2/17)

Tragedies to test Trump as Nation’s Comforter. (CNN.com, 10/3/17)

Remembering Tom Petty, American Icon and Eternal Rock’n’Roll Underdog. (USAToday.com, 10/3/17)

50+ Killed in Las Vegas Strip Massacre; Suspect had 10 Rifles, Police Say. (CNN.com, 10/2/17)

What Does the EEOC’s Lawsuit Against Estee Lauder Mean for Parental Leave Policies? (NatLawReview.com, 9/27/17)

Playboy Founder Hugh Hefner Dead at 91. (Money.CNN.com, 9/28/17)

Framework for Tax Reform. (NatLawReview.com, 9/27/17)

New Jersey Supreme Court Clarifies Statute of Limitations in Construction Defect Cases. (NatLawReview.com, 9/27/17)

Trump Waives Jones Act Shipping Restrictions for Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico. (USAToday.com, 9/28/17)

Arbitrator Awards $40 Million in Gender and Sexual Orientation Case. (NatLawReview.com, 9/25/17)

Anthony Weiner Sentenced to 21 Months in Prison in Teen Sexting Case. (Foxnews.com, 9/25/17)

White House Expands Travel Ban, Restricting Visitors from Eight Countries. (WashingtonPost.com, 9/24/17)

GOP Revises Obamacare Repeal with Bill Headed to Likely Defeat. (Bloomberg.com, 9/25/17)

Delaware County Sues Opiod Drugmakers for Epidemic Costs, Treatment for Addicted. (Philly.com, 9/21/17)

Darci Lynne Farmer, 12, is the New Champion of ‘America’s Got Talent.’ (USAToday.com, 9/20/17)

Hurricane Maria Rips Caribbean, Leaves Puerto Rico Powerless for Months. (CNN.com, 9/21/17)

Women May Experience Concussion Symptoms Differently Than Men. (NatLawReview.com, 9/18/17)

Toys ‘R’ Us Files for Bankruptcy Protection in US. (BBC.com, 9/19/17)

Trump Confirms Support for Law to Protect ‘Dreamers.’ (NYTimes.com, 9/14/17)

Charges Dismissed Against Amtrak Engineer in Philadelphia Derailment. (Foxnews.com, 9/12/17)

Hurricane Jose a Potential Threat to U.S. East Coast Next Week. (USAToday.com, 9/11/17)

Irma Destroyed about 25% of Houses in Florida Keys, FEMA Says. (CNN.com, 9/12/17)

401(k)/403(b) Loan Borrowers – Check your Paystubs! (NatLawReview.com, 9/11/17)

Irma now a Tropical Storm, but Still Lashing Florida and Georgia. (CNN.com, 9/11/17)

New Jersey Extends “Take-Home” Toxic Tort Liability. (NatLawReview.com, 9/10/17)

Live Stream: America Marks the Anniversary of 9/11. (USAToday.com, 9/11/17)

Equifax Breach: What to do if Your Data was Hacked. (CBSNews.com, 9/8/17)

Blue States Sue Trump over DACA. (CNN.com, 9/6/17)

Employers’ Rights to Monitor Office Emails to be Decided by European Court. (TheGuardian.com, 9/4/17)

Rescission of DACA Program: What Employers Need to Know. (NatLawReview.com, 9/6/17)

South Carolina Couple Sues Amazon Over Faulty Eclipse Glasses. (InsuranceJournal.com, 9/5/17)

Illinois Governor Vetoes Employment Bills Aimed at Salary History Inquiries, Wage Issues. (NatLawReview.com, 8/30/17)

Former Eagles All-Pro Jon Runyan Explains Why He’s an Uber Driver – and What Happens When Fans Recognize Him. (PhillyVoice.com, 8/26/17)

Penn State Employee Due to Testify Amid Scrutiny in Fraternity Pledge’s Death. (CNN.com, 8/30/17)

‘Whole City’ Now Underwater as Harvey Makes Another Landfall. (CNN.com, 8/30/17)

Center for Food Safety Sues Trump Administration over GM Labeling. (NatLawReview.com, 8/29/17)

Bengals Linebacker Vontaze Burfict Given 5 Game Suspension for Hit in Preseason Game. (AOL.com, 8/29/17)

9th Circuit Court to Hear Arguments on Trump Travel Ban. (CBSNews.com, 8/28/17)

Harvey Expected to Trigger Modest Gas Price Hike: Analyst. (USAToday.com, 8/27/17)

Trump Pardons Joe Arpaio, Who Became Face of Crackdown on Illegal Immigration. (NYTimes.com, 8/25/17)

Labor Law Lessons from Our Favorite Films: Dirty Dancing. (NatLawReview.com, 8/18/17)

Samsung Chief gets 5-Year Prison Term for Corruption. (Money.CNN.com, 8/25/17)

NLRB Finds Sports Team’s Electronic-Content Workers as Employees Eligible to Unionize. (NatLawReview.com, 8/24/17)

Hurricane Harvey Strengthens to Category 2 Storm as Thousands Flee the Texas Gulf Coast. (USAToday.com, 8/25/17)

No Quick Answers Expected in Federal Review of SEPTA Train Crash. (Philly.com, 8/22/17)

Norristown High Speed Line Trains Running on Modified Schedule Day After Crash. (Philly.com, 8/23/17)

Is Your Paternal Leave Policy Really Gender Neutral? (NatLawReview.com, 8/21/17)

42 Hurt in SEPTA Train Crash Outside Philadelphia. (Philly.com, 8/22/17)

Dick Gregory, Civil Rights Activist and Comedian, Dead at 84. (CNN.com, 8/20/17)

Jerry Lewis, comedian, dies at 91. (CNN.com, 8/21/17)

The Solar Eclipse is Here. (CNN.com, 8/21/17)

Seventh Circuit Says EEOC May Press on with Enforcement Efforts After Right-to-Sue.  (NatLawReview.com, 8/17/17)

Fourth Executive Walks Away from Trump after Charlottesville. (Money.CNN.com, 8/15/17)

Off-Duty Emails May Be Compensable (or Not). (NatLawReview.com, 8/14/17)

Multiple Choices: Compliance Considerations in the Shifting Landscape of Pre-Employment Testing. (NatLawReview.com, 8/14/17)

New Sexual Violence Prevention Education Policy Adopted by National Collegiate Athletic Association. (NatLawReview.com, 8/14/17)

Big Ben in London is Going Silent for Four Years of Repairs – So No More Bongs. (USAToday.com, 8/14/17)

Taylor Swift No Longer Defendant in Lawsuit Against Her, Others. (CNN.com, 8/13/17)

McMaster Calls Violence in Charlottesville ‘Terrorism,’ as Trump Pressed to Reject Groups. (FoxNews.com, 8/14/17)

EEOC Sues AT&T Pacific Bell for Disability Discrimination. (NatLawReview.com, 8/13/17)

Transgender Military Personnel Sue Trump over Service Ban. (Reuters.com, 8/9/17)

Taylor Swift Takes the Stand: ‘I felt him Grab onto my Bare Ass Cheek.’ (FoxNews.com, 8/10/17)

Tillerson Dials Back Rhetoric after Trump’s North Korea ‘Fire and Fury’ Threats. (CNN.com, 8/9/17)

District Court Finds a Text Message Sent to Complete a Transaction is Not Telemarketing. (NatLawReview.com, 8/8/17)

US Economy Adds More Jobs in July than Expected. (FoxBusiness.com, 8/4/17)

Toyota and Mazda to Build $1.6 Billion Factory in the U.S. (Money.CNN.com, 8/4/17)

U.S. International Trade Commission Will Not Bar Hoverboards. (NatLawReview.com, 8/3/17)

FMLA – Not Just A Large Employer Concern. (NatLawReview.com, 8/2/17)

Is “Class Arbitration” an Oxymoron – a Shoe Drops in the Second Circuit. (NatLawReview.com, 8/1/17)

Bass Pro to Pay $10.5 Million to Settle EEOC Discrimination and Retaliation Suit. (NatLawReview.com, 7/30/17)

U.S. State Department Warns Tourists about Tainted Alcohol at Mexico Resorts after Blackouts Reported. (USAToday.com, 7/26/17)

Trump Seeks to Ban Transgender People from Serving in U.S. Military ‘in any Capacity’. (USAToday.com, 7/26/17)

Employer’s Asking Employee “How Things Are Going?”, Prelude to Unlawful Solicitation of Grievances, Board Majority Rules. (NatLawReview.com, 7/26/17)

Who is Responsible for Providing Disability-Related Workplace Accommodations to Temporary Employees? (NatLawReview.com, 7/25/17)

Hershey Company Sued by EEOC for Disability Discrimination. (NatLawReview.com, 7/22/17)

HSAs and the ERISA Fiduciary Rule: What Employers Should Know. (NatLawReview.com, 7/19/17)

Title IX: College and University Risk Management. (NatLawReview.com, 7/14/17)

EEOC Sues Advanced Home Care for Disability Discrimination. (NatLawReview.com, 7/16/17)

10 Days of Horror: The Killings that Stunned Small-Town Pennsylvania. (CNN.com, 7/16/17)

Money, Power, & Sexual Harassment. (Money.CNN.com, 7/17/17)

U.S. Missile Defense Plans to Zap North Korean Threats. (USAToday.com, 7/17/17)

Travel Ban Does Not Apply to Grandparents and Other Close Relatives, Hawaii Court Rules. (NatLawReview.com, 7/14/17)

Team Keeps Digging after 1 of 4 Missing Pennsylvania Men Found Dead.(CNN.com, 7/13/17)

Donald Trump Jr. ‘Red Handed’ on Time Cover. (Money.CNN.com, 7/13/17)

Telecommuting May Not be a Reasonable Accomodation. (NatLawReview.com, 7/13/17)

$32.5 Million Class Action Settlement in MetLife Race Discrimination Case.(NatLawReview.com, 7/5/17)

Massachusetts Senate Passes Pregnant Workers Fairness Act. (NatLawReview.com, 7/5/17)

Rep. Steve Scalise Back in Intensive Care Unit. (CNN.com, 7/6/17)

Trump Warns of ‘Severe’ Consequences for North Korea, but won’t Draw ‘Red Lines’. (USAToday.com, 7/6/17)

Facts About Fireworks: 11,000 Injures, 4 Deaths in 2016. (InsuranceJournal.com, 6/30/17)

Before you Give your Kid A Sparkler, Read This. (USAToday.com, 6/30/17)

Poll: Trump’s Approval Rating Sinks below 40% as Twitter Controversies Swirl. (AOL.com, 7/3/17)

Venus Williams at Fault in Deadly Florida Car Crash, Police Say. (FoxNews.com, 6/30/17)

Chris Christie’s Sunbathing Pics Clinch it: He’s Stopped Caring. (CNN.com, 7/3/17)

Military Option for North Korea Being Prepared for Trump, McMaster Says.(FOXNews.com, 6/29/17)

Top Vatican Official Cardinal George Pell Denies Sex Offense Accusations.(USAToday.com, 6/29/17)

Woman Fatally Shoots Boyfriend in YouTube Stunt. (CNN.com, 6/29/17)

Travel Ban 2.0 Set to Begin Thursday Evening. (CNN.com, 6/29/17)

Hey, Alexa: What’s New in Children’s Privacy?…FTC Updates COPPA Guidance.(NatLawReview.com, 6/27/17)

Sarah Palin Sues New York Times. (Money.CNN.com, 6/27/17)

Amtrak Service Resumes Between Philadelphia, Washington after 2 People Struck on Track. (DelcoTimes.com, 6/28/17)

Senate Health Care State of Play: ‘Hanging by a Thread.’ (CNN.com, 6/27/17)

EU Slaps Google With Record $2.7 Billion. (Money.CNN.com, 6/27/17)

Gas Prices Stun Analysts: July 4 Lower than Jan. 1. (USAToday.com, 6/27/17)

Supreme Court will Hear Religious Liberty Challenge to Gay Weddings.(USAToday.com, 6/26/17)

Supreme Court Reinstates Trump’s Travel Ban, but only for Some Immigrants.(USAToday.com, 6/26/17)

Supreme Court Strikes Down Law Banning Sex Offenders from using Social Networking Websites. (ABAJournal.com, 6/19/17)

California Bans Travel to Texas and 3 Other States. (Aol.com, 6/23/17)

Family Declines Autopsy for Former North Korea Detainee Otto Warmbier.(CNN.com, 6/21/17)

James Corden Sends 297 Copies of ‘Philadelphia’ to Mar-a-Lago for Trump.(USAToday.com, 6/21/17)

In Georgia, Karen Handel Staves Off National Democratic Challenge.(USAToday.com, 6/20/17)

“You Can’t Fire Me, I just Came Back from FMLA Leave.” (NatLawReview.com, 6/20/17)

Sobering Results: Recent Study Suggests Drug Use Is Up Among American Workers. (NatLawReview.com, 6/20/17)

Nursing-Home Official: DA Seth Williams Misused Funds Meant for his Mother’s Care. (Philly.com, 6/20/17)

The Uber Sexual Harassment and Diversity Report: 5 Key Takeaways.(NatLawReview.com, 6/14/17)

Rebel Wilson Wins Defamation Case Against Publisher. (USAToday.com, 6/15/17)

On Day 3, Cosby Jury Asks to Again Hear Constand’s Testimony. (Philly.com, 6/14/17)

London Tower Block Fire: At Least 12 Dead, Number Expected to Rise. (CNN.com, 6/14/17)

Republican House Whip Steve Scalise, Congressional Staffer Shot in Virginia Shooting. (CNN.com, 6/14/17)

Comey’s Testimony Underscores Need for Strong Whistleblower Protections.(NatLawReview.com, 6/14/17)

Top Uber Exec Steps Down as CEO Faces Uncertain Future. (Cnet.com, 6/12/17)

After Loss, LeBron James Faces the Future: The Warriors Are ‘Built to Last.’ (NYTimes.com, 6/13/17)

Dog Bite Claims Eat up Significant Percentage of Homeowner Insurance Claims. (NatLawReview.com, 6/13/17)

Tony Awards: Bette Midler’s Hilariously Long Speech Stole the Show.(USAToday.com, 6/12/17)

Dear Evan Hansen Wins Big at the 71st Tony Awards. (Philly.com, 6/12/17)

Hiring Best Practices: 5 DOs and DON’Ts When Job Applicant Announces Pregnancy. (NatLawReview.com, 6/9/17)

EEOC to Examine Age Discrimination at Commission Meeting. (NatLawReview.com, 6/10/17)

Did You Know Your Choice of Emoji Can Have Legal Consequences? Picture of Chipmunk is Worth Two Thousand Words – and about $2,000. (NatLawReview.com, 6/8/17)

Video Captures Woman Fall Into Sidewalk Cellar While Texting.(Philadelphia.CBSlocal.com, 6/8/17)

‘Lordy’ Start Trending on Twitter, Thanks to James Comey. (BostonGlobe.com, 6/8/17)

New Title VII Promotion Discrimination Decision Explores Pretext Analysis.(NatLawReview.com, 6/6/17)

What to Know about the Ketogenic Diet. (ABCNews.go.com, 6/7/17)

George and Amal Clooney Welcome Twins. (CNN.com, 6/7/17)

Bill Cosby’s Lawyers Open with Attack on Accuser’s Credibilty. (CNN.com, 6/5/17)

‘Hey Boss, F*@& You!’ Profanity-Laced Facebook Tirade not enough to Get the Axe. (NatLawReview.com, 6/5/17)

Nursing Homes Regularly Improperly Administer Blood Thinners Such as Coumadin. (NatLawReview.com, 6/5/17)

What is “Constructive Discharge” and How Does it RElate to My Employment Discrimination Case? (NatLawReview.com, 6/5/17)

Former FBI Director James Comey to Testify before Senate Intelligency Committee Next Thursday. (USAToday.com, 6/1/17)

Councilman David Oh Stabbed During Street Robbery Newar his Southwest Philly Home. (Philly.com, 6/1/17)

The On-Call Physician’s Liability for Failing to Respond to Emergency Room Call. (NatLawReview.com, 5/31/17)

FTC Warns Employers: Keep Background Check Disclosures Simple.(NatLawReview.com, 6/1/17)

Covfefe: When a Typo Goes Viral. (CNN.com, 5/31/17)

A Stacked Deck: Getting Justice for Grand Jury Leaks. (NatLawReview.com, 5/30/17)

Inaugural Iceland Flight with Kenney Aboard is Diverted. (Philly.com, 5/31/17)

Do School Dress Codes End Up Body Shaming Girls? (CNN.com, 5/30/17)

Woman Wins $100K in Hot Coffee Lawsuit Against Starbucks. (Eater.com, 5/19/17)

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Block on Trump’s Travel Ban. (CNBC.com, 5/25/17)

NYC Law Prohibits Employers from Asking Job Applicants for Salary History.(NatLawReview.com, 5/24/17)

E-Cigarette Litigation is Lighting Up. (NatLawReview.com, 5/24/17)

Airlines at PHL Agree to $900 Million in Improvements. (Philly.com, 5/23/17)

College Not Required to Alter Academic Program for Reasonable Accomodation. (NatLawReview.com, 5/22/17)

Manchester Bombing: Live Updates. (CNN.com, 5/23/17)

What to Do When ICE Comes Knocking. (NatLawReview.com, 5/19/17)

For These Philly Librarians, Drug Tourists and Overdose Drills are Part of the Job. (Philly.com, 5/21/17)

Trump Arrives in Israel in Search of ‘The Ultimate Deal.’ (USAToday.com, 5/22/17)

Comey Cracks Republican Wall: GOP Pols Voice Concerns on Trump ‘Drama’.(FoxNews.com, 5/17/17)

ESPN’s Mike Greenberg Announces the end of ‘Mike & Mike’ with an Emotional Thank You. (FTW.USAToday.com, 5/17/17)

Philadelphia Sues Wells Fargo for Allegedly Discriminating Against Minority Borrowers. (TheWashingtonPost.com, 5/15/17)

Class Action Waiver in Employment Arbitration Agreement is Unenforceable, Court Rules. (NatLawReview.com, 5/15/17)

Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation – The Wave Grows.(NatLawReview.com, 5/15/17)

Slip, Trip and Fall Prevention will Keep Older Adults Safe and Independent.(NSC.org, 5/12/17)

Meet the Secrety of Labor, RT. Alexander Acosta. (DOL.gov)

Do You Have Enforceable Contract for Sale of Family-Owned Business Interests or Just Agreement to Agree? (NatLawReivew.com, 5/10/17)

PA Voters’ View on Marijuana: Legalize it, Dude. (Philly.com, 5/11/17)

James Comey Doesn’t Quibble with Trump’s Right to Fire Him. (USAToday.com, 5/10/17)

Judges Appear Divided on Trump’s Travel Ban. (Cnn.com, 5/9/17)

Security Footage Details Penn State Fraternity Pledge’s Final Hours in Fatal Hazing Ritual. (Philly.com, 5/8/17)

New Jersey’s New Home Warranty Program: Beware the Double-Edged Sword.(NatLawReview.com, 5/7/17)

Family Sues Toy Drone Manufacturer for Christmas Day Injury.(NatLawReview.com, 5/7/17)

Coach Buying Kate Spade in $2.4 Billion Deal. (Money.CNN.com, 5/8/17)

Kushner Family Apologizes for Mentioning White House Adviser Jared Kushner. (Money.CNN.com, 5/8/17)

Delivering New Parental leave in the Trump Era: Can It Be Born?(NatLawReview.com, 5/4/17)

Monsignor Admits to Embezzling $500K to Cover Gambling Debts, Dinners, Concert Tickets. (Philly.com, 5/4/17)

Human Factors Experts Evaluate Inadequate Signage Leading to Automotive Accident. (TheExpertInstitute.com, 5/4/17)

Do Schools Allow Fidget Spinners Or Are They Too Distracting? (Romper.com, 4/27/17)

Computer Surveillance by Employers in Canada: Finding Balance Between Business Interests and Employee Privacy Rights. (NatLawReview.com, 5/1/17)

California Employers Should Reevaulate Their Criminal Background Check Policies Before July 1, 2017. (NatLawReview.com, 5/2/17)

ADA Suit Against Steak ‘n’ Shake Wins Class Approval (DelawareLawWeekly.com, 5/1/17)

Refusal to Allow Employee to Rescind Her Voluntary Resignation Not an Adverse Employment Action. (NatLawReview.com, 4/30/17)

United Settles with Passenger Dragged off Flight. (CNBC.com, 4/27/17)

Home Depot Murder Case Teaches that Employer May be Held Liable.(NatLawReview.com, 4/27/17)

New Case: A Single, Vile Slur Could Create a Hostile Work Environment Under Title VII. (NatLawReview.com4/26/17)

Pay Attention to Bylaws When Taking Corporate Actions. (NatLawReview.com, 4/25/17)

North Korea Marks Anniversary with Massive Artillery Drill. (Cnn.com, 4/25/17)

Erin Moran Likely Died of Cancer Complications, Officials Say. (Cnn.com, 4/25/17)

Ann Coulter’s Backers at UC Berkeley File Lawsuit. (FoxNews.com, 4/24/17)

NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson Sets Space Duration Record, Will Get a Call from Trump. (CNN.com, 4/24/17)

Trump and Treasury Turn to Tax Reform. (NatLawReview.com, 4/24/17)

SEC Cracking Down on Ponzi Schemes. (NatLawReview.com, 4/23/17)

New Jersey State Courts Continue to Scrutinize Arbitration Agreements.(NatLawReview.com, 4/21/17)

Buy American and Hire American – New Executive Order Promises to Put American Workers First, But Practical Impacts Remain Unclear.(NatLawReview.com, 4/20/17)

Arkansas Executes Death Row Inmate Ledell Lee. (Cnn.com, 4/21/17)

ISIS Claims Responsibility for Paris Attack that Killed 1 Police Officer and Wounded 2 More. (Abcnews.com, 4/21/17)

Legal Ramifications of Uber Ignoring Drunk Driver Complaints.(NatLawReview.com, 4/20/17)

Bill O’Reilly is Forced Out at Fox News. (NYTimes.com, 4/19/17)

Facebook Kiling Suspect Kills Himself After Pursuit. (Cnn.com, 4/19/17).

Georgia House Race, Seen as Trump Referendum, Heads to a Runoff. (USAToday.com, 4/18/17)

Julia Roberts is ‘People’s pick for ‘World’s Most Beautiful’ of 2017. (USAToday.com, 4/19/17)

The Fourth Circuit’s New Test for Joint Employment Under the FLSA and Why You Should Care. (NatLawReview.com, 4/17/17)

Wisconsin Court Holds Discharging Employee Because of Misconduct Caused by Disability Can Be Discrimination. (NatLawReview.com, 4/15/17)

‘Put on your Big Boy Pants’: Takeaways from Man’s Retaliation Suit.(HRMorning.com, 4/12/17)

U.S. Steel Subsidiary to Pay $150,000 to Settle EEOC Religious Discrimination and Retaliation Suit. (NatLawReview.com, 4/17/17)

Do These Photos Unveil what Really Caused the Titanic to Sink? (USAToday.com, 4/14/17)

Comcast Drops the F-Bomb on Customer. (Philly.com, 4/13/17)

‘Dark Day’ as Alabama Governer Cuts Plea Deal, Resigns. (Cnn.com, 4/11/17)

United Airlines CEO Doubles Down, Says Employees Followed Procedures, Passenger was Belligerent. (USAToday.com, 4/11/17)

Gorsuch Sworn-In as Supreme Court Ahead of Key Cases. (FoxNews.com, 4/10/17)

State of New Jersey Encourages Drivers to Report Distracted Driving. (Fox29.com, 4/6/17)

After Son’s Attack by Neighbor’s Dog Paoli Mom Works to Change Dog Bite Law.(MainlineSuburbanLife.com, 4/6/17)

NCAA To Address Historical Early Recruiting Legislation. (TheNationalLawReview, 4/5/17)

Pepsi Yanks Kendall Jenner TV Ad, Apologizes to Her. (USAToday, 4/5/17)

Steve Bannon Removed from National Security Council. (FoxNews.com, 4/5/17)

Senate Prepares for Nuclear Showdown. (Cnn.com, 4/6/17)

Swedish Company Implants Microchip in Workers As Swipe Card. (DailyCaller.com, 4/5/17)

Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi Ad Has Fallen Flat. (Cnn.com, 4/5/17)

Are You Coming In Today? An FMLA Intermittent Leave Toolkit.(NationalLawReview.com, 4/4/17).

Frustrated Republicans Prepare for the Nuclear Option. (Cnn.com, 4/4/17)

Cowboys’ Tony Romo Will Reportedly Retire to Take a Job on Television.(Philly.com, 4/4/17)

North Carolina Defeats Gonzaga for Redemption in National Championship.(USAToday.com, 4/4/17)

Democrats Secure Vote to Block Gorush as Senate Panel Considers Nominee.(TheWashingtonPost.com, 4/3/17)

NLRB Will Not Hack Into Prior Decision Regarding Employee Email Use During Non-Work Time. (NationalLawReview.com, 4/3/17)

Fair Play Fair Pay Act Reintroduced in Congress, Would Make Radio Pay Artists.(USAToday.com, 3/31/17)

Phillies Rookie with Amazing Underdog Story Tears up after Making Opening-Day Roster. (FTW.com, 3/30/17)

The Cup of Coffee that could Cause Heart Palpitations. (Cnn.com, 3/31/17)

Are ADA Lawsuit Plaintiffs Hucksters or Heroes? (USAToday.com, 3/30/17)

Trump Administration Appeals Court Ruling on Revised Travel Ban.(CBSNews.com, 3/30/17).

Ivanka Trump is Making her White House Job Official. (Cnn.com, 3/30/17)

India’s Generous Maternity Leave May Be Bad for Women. (Money.Cnn.com, 3/30/17)

Former Trump University Student Refuses Settlement Because She Wants to Hold President ‘Accountable for this Fraud.’ (Independent.co.uk, 3/29/17)

Uber Says 15% of U.S. Employees Hold Visas. (FoxBusiness.com, 3/29/17).

Future of Affordable Care Act Week 8: Employer’s Guide to Collapse of American Health Care Act. (Spoiler Alert – News is Not all Bad). (NationalLawReview.com, 3/28/17)

Ultracare Las Vegas Settles EEOC Sex Discrimination Lawsuit.(NationLawReview.com, March 27, 2017).

National Cheesesteak Day Freebies and Deals. (Fox29.com, 3/24/17)

Consolidated Omnibus Budget and Reconciliation Act (COBRA): Over 30 Years Later… COBRA Still Has Fangs. (NationalLawReview.com, 3/23/17)

House Won’t Vote on Healthcare Thursday -Bill in Jeopardy. (Cnn.com, 3/23/17)

Disney Stole ‘Zootopia,’ Wrtier Claims in Lawsuit. (Fortune.com, 3/21/17)

Fear of Failure – Terminating Employees with Extensive FMLA and Non-FMLA Absences. (TheNationalLawReview.com, 3/21/17)

USA Hockey Women’s Players to Meet Monday Over Wage Dispute.(FoxBusiness.com, 3/19/17)

McDonald’s on Anti-Trump Tweet:Account was Hacked. (USAToday, 3/16/17)

Target Dealt $2.1M Verdict in Slip-and-Fall Case (TheLegalIntelligencer.com, 3/16/17)

Police Ask Alexa: Who Dunnit?UsaToday.com, 12/29/16)

EEOC Wins Jury Verdict in Sexual Harassment Case against Costco. (Natlawreview.com, 12/26/16)

Judge Rejects Lawsuit Against Philadelphia Soda Tax.6abc.com, 12/16/16)

Feds Want “Dance Mom” Star to Lose $120K in Foreign Currency Case. (Yahoo.com, 12/20/16)

Hoboken Train Crash Victims Ready to Let Lawsuits Fly. NewYorkPost.com, 9/30/16 )

Ways to Prevent Stolen Packages During Holiday 2016 Shopping Season. (EdgewaterPatch.com, 11/28/16)

Biggest Spike in Traffic Deaths in 50 Years? Blame Apps. TheNewYorkTimes.com, 11/15/16)

Federal Judge Rules That Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation is Illegal Under Federal Law. SanDiegoLGBTWeekly.com , 11/7/16)

Now Your Boss Can Buy Back Your Vacation Days. Bloomberg.com, 10/11/16)

State Attorney General Orders Trump Foundation to Cease Raising Money in New York. TheNewYorkTimes.com, 10/3/16)

Transit Train Crashed at NJ Station, Injuring 100. ( USAToday.com, 9/29/16)

Legal Experts Say Law Allowing 9/11 Families to Sue Saudi Arabia Has Consequences. AbcNews.go.com, 9/28/16)

Student Sues Penn Over Alleged Racial Bias in Investigation of Sexual Assault Accusation. ( TheDailyPennsylvanian.com, 9/27/16)

The Market Street Collapse Trial is (Finally) Starting: Here’s What to Know. (BillyPenn.com, 9/19/16)

Bridgegate Trial: 5 Things to Know as Christie Traffic Scandal Reaches Court. (NBCNews.com, 9/19/16)

Conviction Tossed for Man Whose Cyberbullying Led to Suicide of Rutger’s University Student. Pix11.com, 9/9/16)

Gun Violence Surges in Chicago, Where Residents want to Show ‘Everything is not all Bad’ TheWashingtonPost.com, 9/6/16)

Former Fox Host Gretchen Carlson Settles Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against Roger Ailes for $20 Million. ( WashingtonPost.com, 9/6/16)

The NFL’s Concussion Case Could Still Go to The Supreme Court ( Fortune.com, 8/31/16)

New FAA Small Drones Rules Go Into Effect: Here’s What You Need to Know to Get a Drone License. TechTimes.com, 8/30/16)

Mylan Launching Generic Version of EpiPen ABCNews.com, 8/29/16)

Robin Thicke and Pharell Williams Appeal Against Blurred Lines Copyright Ruling. ( BBC.co.uk , 8/25/16)

F ans Injured in Railing Collapse Suing Snoop Dogg, Live Nation. ( Philly.com , 8/24/16)

Judge in Texas Blocks Obama Transgender Bathroom Rules. ( USAToday.com, 8/22/16)

NLRB: Graduate Students at Private Universities May Unionize. (InsideHigherEd.com, 8/23/16)

American Swimmers Pulled Off Plane in Rio. ( NYTimes.com, 8/17/16)

Homeowner Files Class-Action Lawsuit Telling ‘Pokemon GO’ To Get Off His Lawn. Forbes.com, 8/3/16)

Massachusetts Bans Employers From Asking Applicants About Previous Pay. (TheNewYorkTimes.com, 8/2/16)

Cemetery Settles Suit over Hispanic Man’s Burial. ( CallerTimes.com, 7/22/16)

Trump Calls Cruz Non-Endorsement ‘No Big Deal,’ Senator Defends Decision (Foxnews.com, 7/21/16 )

Should Your Child Play Pok é mon Go? ( Philly.com, 7/15/16)

Philadelphia Jury Pins $70m Verdict on Janssen for its Risperdal Drug. Philly.com, 7/2/16)

No Charges for Clinton, FBI Says, Despite Biting Criticism. ( Findlaw.com , 7/5/16)

Senators Seek Bipartisan Deal to Ban Gun Sales to People on No-Fly List. (USAToday.com , 5/21/16)

Verizon Communications Inc. Reaches Tentative Agreement with its Wireline labor Union. ( BidnessEtc.com, 5/31/16)

Bill Cosby to Stand Trial for Assualt Charges ( Cnn.com, 5/24/16)

Walmart Sues Visa over Chip Transactions with Debit Cards USAToday.com, 5/11/16)

Google Proposes ‘Professional Women’ Emojis ( Money.cnn.com , 5/11/15)

Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $55 Million in Talc-Powder Trial ( Reuters.com, 5/3/16)

Rejected Bus Driver Sues SEPTA Over Background Checks ( Philly.com, 4/28/16)

More than 500,000 Boycott Target over Transgender Bathroom Policy (USAToday.com, 4/25/16)

Flint Crisis Makes Governor Legal Target (Detroitnews.com, 4/24/16)

Judge Denies Chipotle’s Motion to Dismiss GMO Lawsuit ABCnews.go.com , 4/21/16)

FBI Paid More than $1M for San Bernardino iPhone “hack” CBSnews.com , 4/21/16)

Pa. Becomes 24th State With Legal Medical Marijuana CBSnews.com, 4/17/16)

New Life for Medical Marijuana Bill in PA Philly.com, 4/12/16)

Appeals Court Halts Class Action on Whether Uber Drivers are Employees (ArsTechnia.com, 4/6/16)

Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Wal-Mart Case; Pa. Workers Owed $224M (Philly.com, 4/5/16)

Supreme Court Upholds ‘One Person, One Vote’ ( USA Today, 4/4/16)

Distracted Driving Citaitons Increase in Pennsylvania Philly.com, 4/1/16)

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