Business Law

Massachusetts School of Law Announces Impending Deadline for Fall 2024 Admissions

July 17, 2024

Andover, Massachusetts – The Massachusetts School of Law (MSLAW) wishes to remind prospective students that the application deadline for the Fall 2024 semester is fast approaching. Candidates seeking admission must submit their applications by August 1, 2024, to be considered for enrollment in the upcoming academic year. Established as an institution dedicated to democratizing legal…

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The Law Practice Exchange Launches The Marketplace, Revolutionizing Law Firm Sales & Acquisitions

July 11, 2024

Cary, North Carolina – The Law Practice Exchange (LPE) is thrilled to announce the launch of its highly anticipated LPE Marketplace, a groundbreaking platform designed to streamline and empower law firm sales, acquisitions, and mergers. Developed by The Law Practice Exchange, this software serves as a transformative tool for the legal industry. The LPE Marketplace…

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Lawsuit Update: Woods Lonergan PLLC Pursues Class Action Against 23andMe for Massive Data Breach Affecting Millions

July 10, 2024

New York, New York – Woods Lonergan PLLC, a leading complex litigation law firm in New York, is representing plaintiffs impacted by the massive data breach at genetic testing company 23andMe. James Woods, a partner at the firm, is pursuing claims against 23andMe alleging negligence in failing to implement reasonable data security measures, violations of…

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Georgia Governor Signs HB 1105: The Georgia Criminal Alien Track and Report Act of 2024

July 5, 2024

Atlanta, Georgia – On May 1, 2024, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed into law HB 1105, known as the Georgia Criminal Alien Track and Report Act of 2024, effective July 1, 2023. This legislation mandates enhanced cooperation between local law enforcement agencies and federal authorities regarding undocumented individuals. Key Provisions of HB 1105 Under HB 1105,…

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Chevrolet Equinox Owners Encouraged by Lemon Law Firm Wirtz Law to Consider Opting-Out of Class Action Settlement

June 28, 2024

San Diego, California – Richard Wirtz, the founding attorney of Wirtz Law, is advising owners of 2010-2013 Chevrolet Equinox vehicles to consider opting out of a recently approved class action settlement with General Motors (GM) to potentially secure greater compensation for their losses. The $42 million settlement, approved by a federal judge in Florida, aims…

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Massachusetts School of Law to Host Open House for Prospective Students on June 18th

June 13, 2024

Andover, Massachusetts – The Massachusetts School of Law at Andover (MSLAW) is set to open its doors to prospective students on Tuesday, June 18, 2024, at 6:30 p.m., with limited seats still available. This event offers a unique opportunity for attendees to gain an in-depth understanding of the school’s offerings and community. In a recent…

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Massachusetts School of Law Awarded $150,000 Cummings Grant

May 29, 2024

Andover, Massachusetts – Massachusetts School of Law (MSLAW) is one of 150 local nonprofits that will share in $30 million through Cummings Foundation’s major annual grants program. The Andover-based nonprofit was selected from a total of 715 applicants during a competitive review process. It will receive $150,000 over three years. Massachusetts School of Law’s mission…

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Kari Franz Named Among Top 50 CMOs on LinkedIn

May 29, 2024

Sonoma County, California – Kari Franz, Fractional Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at Brigid Marketing Services, has been named to Brandor’s 2024 list of the top 50 CMOs on LinkedIn, recognizing her exceptional contributions and influence in the marketing community. Brandor announced the first-ever LinkedIn CMO 50 2024 list, celebrating the top 50 Chief Marketing Officers…

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Erlich Law Firm Secures $600,000 Settlement for Whistleblower in UC Berkeley Ethics Violation Case

May 28, 2024

Berkeley, California – In a significant victory for whistleblower rights and ethical conduct in public institutions, Erlich Law Firm announced today that it has successfully negotiated a $600,000 settlement for a former University of California, Berkeley employee who was terminated after reporting a manager’s acceptance of unlawful gifts and meals from a vendor. The settlement…

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Eldessouky Law Releases Study Showing Discrimination, Harassment, & Wrongful Termination as Leading Causes of Employment Litigation in California

May 22, 2024

Los Angeles, California – A comprehensive study released by Eldessouky Law has revealed that discrimination, harassment, and wrongful termination are the primary drivers of employment litigation in California, emphasizing the critical role of hiring an experienced lawyer in these complex cases. The exploration into recent verdicts across the Golden State indicates a pattern of emotional…

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