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1. *The two founders of Instagram will quit Facebook, amid reports of tensions with CEO Mark Zuckerberg.* Kevin Systrom and Mike.. Business Insider
A former Facebook Inc. contract employee filed a lawsuit in California, alleging that content moderators who face mental trauma after reviewing distressing images on the platform are not being properly.. DNA
Paul Ferrillo, a shareholder in the Cybersecurity, Privacy & Crisis Management Practice of global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, will moderate a panel at the ALM General Counsel Conference Sept. 26.. PRWeb
· *Facebook is being sued by a former content moderator in a lawsuit seeking class action status.*
· *The moderator alleges she experienced PTSD because of her job and that Facebook failed to.. Business Insider
On June 12, 2018, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee issued an executive order that directs Washington agencies to favor government contractors that do not require employees to submit to individual.. Mondaq
The class action lawsuit alleges the healthcare services company violated various California Labor Code provisions by failing to pay its non-exempt employees the proper amount of overtime wages.
SEATTLE — Women suing Microsoft alleging widespread gender discrimination will get another chance to convince a court that their claims should be considered together as a class, after the Ninth.. SFGate Also reported by •Seattle Times
· *A gender discrimination lawsuit first filed against Microsoft in 2015 could get new life.*
· *The Ninth Circuit court of appeals on Thursday said it will reconsider allowing the complaint.. Business Insider
Seyfarth Synopsis: In its recent article on leading content creators in the legal industry, Attorney at Work cited Seyfarth's Annual Workplace Class Action Litigation Report, calling it a "best-in-show Mondaq
BANGKOK (AP) — A Thai court has ordered Ford Motor Co. to pay 291 customers a total of about $720,000 in compensation for selling cars equipped with faulty transmissions. The Bangkok South Civil.. SeattlePI.com