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Pressure Grows On Real Estate Tech Company Accused Of Colluding With Landlords To Jack Up Apartment Rents

By Heather Vogell, ProPublica “Our constituents cannot afford to have anticompetitive — and potentially per se illegal — practices drive up prices for essential goods and services at a time when a full-time, minimum-wage salary does not provide a worker enough money to rent a two-bedroom apartment in any city across this country.” A Texas-based …

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Costly Drugs With Bizarre Origins Raise Questions

By Martha Rosenberg IT ISN’T YOUR IMAGINATION. More and more pharmaceutical drugs are expensive and meant to be injected, and that isn’t counting vaccines. Biologic drugs, also called biologics, are produced from or with living organisms and are made up of blood components, cells, genes, and recombinant proteins such as those found in monoclonal antibodies. …

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Hair Straightening Chemicals Linked To Cancer — But Which Chemical?

By Chelsie Green For many centuries, societal beauty standards have dictated trendy styles in fashion, cosmetics, and, especially, hair care for women. As early as the 1900s, one trend in particular targeted manageability of thicker, coarse, and/or textured hair. More specifically, black women’s hair was deemed unkempt, unprofessional and, overall, just not welcome in society. …

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Turning a Profit from Your Law Firm’s e-Discovery Practice : Lessons from Forward-thinking Firms

Table of Contents Introduction : A Series for the Innovative and Ambitious Attorney Chapter 1 : Cost Recovery for the Law Firm 101 Chapter 2 : Top Five Reasons Cost Recovery Plans Fail Chapter 3 : What Every Law Firm Needs to Know About Cybersecurity Chapter 4 : Lessons from One Law Firm’s Journey to …

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Film Forming Foams

Mass Tort Report update by Attorney Jeff Keiser We’re going to start off this month’s newsletter with a case that we have not discussed here before, MDL 2873 or the Aqueous Film-Forming Foams (AFFF) Products Liability Litigation. This case has been in progress since 2019 and involves PFAS (also known as ‘Forever’ chemicals) that have …

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Court Denies 3M’s Motion for Summary Judgment in Middlesex Water Company Case

Levin Papantonio Rafferty (LPR) law firm announced a New Jersey federal judge has denied 3M Co.’s motion for summary judgment in a water contamination case filed by Middlesex Water Co. (Middlesex Water Company v. 3M Company Case No. 2:18-cv-15366). U.S. District Judge Evelyn Padin’s Order notches another big win in LPR’s efforts to hold corporations accountable …

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