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Scariest Zoom Meeting Ever? CNN Legal Analyst Accidentally Masturbates In Front of Colleagues

Popular legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin was suspended from The New Yorker and put on leave at CNN earlier this week after an embarrassing Zoom incident. Thinking that his computer camera and audio was turned off, Toobin masturbated during an election simulation between The New Yorker and WNYC radio employees. Toobin claims he unknowingly exposed himself to his colleagues when he thought his camera and microphone...
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Why Is Actress Hillary Swank Suing Her Health Insurance Carrier?

Hillary Swank sues The Board of Trustees of the SAG-AFTRA Health Plan Oscar-winning actress Hillary Swank, of “Boys Don’t Cry” and “Away” fame, is taking her long time battle with her insurance company to court. Swank filed a lawsuit last week against the Board of Trustees of the SAG-AFTRA Health Plan for their denial of her claim for ovarian cyst treatment. “Their policies are antiquated, barbaric,...
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Personal Injury Lawsuits Relating to Covid-19 Exposure

Have you been exposed to Covid-19 in your workplace or at a business? There are already high-profile cases working their way through the courts relating to whether companies and public entities are responsible for informing clients or employees about risk of exposure or mitigating the spread of Covid-19. Most personal injury claims based on Covid-19 are based a negligence theory of liability, meaning that a...
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Is it Illegal to Buy Up Hand Sanitizer and Toilet Paper and Resell It At Higher Prices?

Noah Colvin drove over 1,000 miles across Tennessee and into Kentucky and  purchased 17,700 bottles of hand sanitizer and thousands of packs of antibacterial wipes before he was forced to donate it all. Amazon quickly removed Colvin’s items and thousands of other listings for sanitizer, wipes and face masks. eBay also banned any U.S. sales of masks or sanitizer. Stores across the country are now...
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Why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Dropped their “Sussex Royal” Brand

On January 8, 2020, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, announced on Instagram their decision to “step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family“, and to become financially independent.   After high level talks among the Royal Family, including the Queen, it was announced that the couple would “no longer be working members of Britain’s royal family“, would not use their “royal highness” titles, would...
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Will Travel Insurance Cover Your Coronavirus Cancellation?

So you booked a dream trip to Italy, which happens to have the largest outbreak of confirmed Covid-19 aka coronavirus cases outside of China. If you didn’t purchase travel insurance, you’re likely out of luck. But even if you did purchase travel insurance, can you cancel your trip citing “fear” of being infected during the trip? There are now confirmed Covid-19 cases on every continent...
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Pandemics: Why the Government Can Quarantine You

In January, the Chinese government effectively sealed off Wuhan, a city with a population of 11 million people. Officials shut down transportation in and out of the city and within the city. The quarantine-style lockdown has since been extended to include more than 50 million other people in China. Chinese officials have even conducted door-to-door checks in Wuhan to round up the infected for further isolation. One...
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Dallas Wedding Photographer Wins $1.08 Million Against “Mean” Couple Who Ruined Her Business

“I’m emotionally exhausted. This has been a very long battle,” Polito said. “Last Friday when the verdict was read I felt a little bit relieved, but most importantly, I feel my reputation was restored to myself. What’s been so hard the past couple of years has been feeling so ashamed of this story.” – Andrea Polito Andrea Polito, a Dallas wedding photographer and owner of ‘Andrea...
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