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Telegram Is the Latest Company to File An EU Antitrust Complaint Against Apple
Big-time app developers are piling on to fight against the app store.
What to Do If an Employee Sues You or Your Company
Stay calm, getting sued by an employee does not mean you'll experience into an insurmountable loss.
News Organizations Sue SBA for Refusing to Reveal Which Companies Received PPP
It has reportedly been ignoring Freedom of Information Act requests from the 'New York Times' and others.
Google Is Getting Sued for Collecting Data From Kids' Educational Chromebooks
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas says Google has been violating a federal privacy law by harvesting student information without obtaining parental consent. Google says the lawsuit is 'factually wrong.'
Apple Ordered to Pay Employees for Time Lost to Bag Searches
The company broke California's labor laws, the state's supreme court ruled.
What Small Business Owners Should Know About Wrongful Termination Lawsuits
Award amounts can range from $5,000 to $80,000. Many claims are settled by employers to avoid damage to the company's reputation.
Avoid These 4 Workplace Disasters Before You Make Headlines
Contrary to popular belief, not all press is good press.
How to Stop a Frivolous Lawsuit From Sinking Your Business
You may think you are protected from a frivolous lawsuit, but remember the McDonald's hot coffee case?
LGBTQ Content Creators Sue YouTube for Discrimination
A group of LGBTQ YouTubers is suing the platform for poorly moderating hateful content and unfairly restricting videos.