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- Third Party Litigation Financiers deployed $3.2 bln in U.S. investments in 2022
Third Party Litigation Financiers deployed $3.2 billion in U.S. investments last year, and an abuse victim who is utilizing artificial intelligence to help represent herself in court against her alleged abuser in about a dozen different lawsuits.
- DoNotPay's AI lawyer stunt cancelled after multiple state bar associations object
‘Rust’ Prosecutors Downgrade Alec Baldwin’s Manslaughter Charges, What to know about the Ohio train derailment in East Palestine, & DoNotPay's AI lawyer stunt cancelled after multiple state bar associations object.
- Litigation Nation Podcast - Supreme Court agrees to hear Jack Daniel’s trademark case - Ep. 34
Supreme Court agrees to hear Jack Daniel’s trademark case against dog toy company, Comedian Jeff Ross At Center Of Supreme Court Dearth Penalty Appeal, & Elon Musks text messages in the lead-up to his bid to buy Twitter.
- Litigation Nation Podcast - Are College Athletes Employees? - Ep. 33
NLRB opens door for union for college athletes and employee classification, the changing economic geography of legal markets, lawsuits claim Purdue Pharma’s consulting firm, McKinsey, helped fuel the opioid crisis, and the City of Baltimore Files a first of its kind lawsuit against tobacco companies for cigarette filter waste.
- 2023 Illinois Meal and Rest Break Mandates, Explained2023 Illinois Meal and Rest Break Mandates, Explained
Jeff Risch will examine Illinois’ new changes to its ONE DAY REST IN SEVEN LAW. Jeff will share his experience and insight into how the law works with the new changes that took effect January 1, 2023.
- Managing the Quiet QuitterManaging the Quiet Quitter
In today’s world, management and human resource personnel must be on their A-game in all things relating to employees.
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- ARE YOU A JOINT EMPLOYER? You Could Be on the Hook for Wage & Hour Violations!ARE YOU A JOINT EMPLOYER? You Could Be on the Hook for Wage & Hour Violations!
The new amendment to the Illinois joint employer rule appears to cast a wide net as to who is considered a joint employer. This allows for the potential to expand wage and hour liability in Illinois to businesses that may not even be aware they are joint employers.