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SoulCycle Sued for Pregnancy Discrimination

I love spinning. I have never been to SoulCycle, but i love my peloton. SoulCycle is an indoor cyclying class that is owned by Stephen Ross, the owner of the Miami Dolphins. At one time, it operated 99 studios around

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Screech Sued for Residential Foreclosure

A residential foreclosure can happen to anyone. We have had clients who are very rich and very poor. Everyone has the potential to be the victim of a bank foreclosure if they breach their contract with the bank. It has

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Delinquent Mortgages Increasing at Record Pace

The number of foreclosures is going to increase significantly and likely that will occur extremely soon. The number of people who failed to pay their mortgage in May 2020 rose to its highest level since 2011 as 4.3 million homeowners

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Purell Sued for Misleading its Consumers

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, consumers cannot find Purell and other hand sanitizers as stores are sold out. Purell’s manufacturer, Gojo Industries, however, will have to focus some of its attention on a class action lawsuit that has

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New York Suspends Mortgage Payments for Some

The state of New York has suspended mortgage payments for some of its residents. Governor Cuomo has announced that he will suspend all payments for 90 days “for borrowers who face financial hardship such as losing their job.” He has

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