SoCal Record | Supreme Court Permanently Lowers Bar Exam Score

Supreme court permanently lowers bar exam score for student lawyers By Juliette Fairley More than 20% of Loyola Law School students failed the bar exam at first pass, according to the chairman of the Loyola Law School board, but that may soon change thanks to the California Supreme Court. “That

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SoCal Record | Churches Sue Gov. Newsom over Worship Ban

Churches sue Gov. Newsom over worship ban on singing and chanting Choir signing in church | stock photo By Juliette Fairley The Calvary Chapel of Ukiah, the Calvary Chapel Fort Brag and River of Life Church sued Gov. Gavin Newsom last week in the Eastern District of California over a

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XPX New England Business Interruption Webinar

XPX New England | Exit Planning Exchange | Kabateck LLP & TBHR Bus. Int. Webinar WHY YOUR BUSINESS INSURANCE POLICY COULD COVER COVID SHUTDOWNS Program produced by XPX New England Business Interruption Insurance and COVID-19: In this program you’ll learn: If a business was closed by government order, its losses

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SoCal Record | COVID-19 Court Backlog Has Begun

COVID-19 backlog has begun as courts face $200 million in cuts Buffet style dining | stock photo By Juliette Fairley Two Los Angeles-area Hometown Buffet workers sued, alleging that when the eatery abruptly laid-off employees due to COVID-19, it violated the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act by not giving a

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Transport Dive | Lawsuit Worries Heighten As Awards Increase

Tort cases are top of mind, though related financial burdens and rising insurance costs are industry concerns beyond the pandemic. Rawf8/Getty Images Plus via Getty Images AUTHOR Jim Stinson@JimStinson Transport executives have plenty to worry about as COVID-19 cases increase in some states and businesses reopen in others. Tort cases

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SoCal Record | Non-Essential Businesses Fight Back w/ Federal Lawsuit

By Juliette Fairley A coalition of businesses have sued the State of California over being deemed non-essential during the COVID-19 public health crisis, which they allege violate their constitutional rights. The lawsuit names 32 state officials as defendants, including Gov. Gavin Newsom, Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Los Angeles Mayor Eric

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