The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia has ordered Atlas Logistics Group Retail Services LLC to pay two employees $2.23 million. Why? Because Atlas forced employees Jack Lowe and Dennis Reynolds to take DNA tests in a bid to determine who was continuously defecating in the workplace.

Apparently, a mystery employee [...]

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On May 27, 2015, the U.S Department of Justice unsealed a massive indictment of fourteen officials for soccer from across the world, including top officials in FIFA. The indictment alleges widespread corruption has been going on for over the last two decades including wire fraud, money laundering, obstruction of justice charges, and bribery in regards to [...]

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A little over a year ago, the EPA launched the Clean Power Plan, with the goal of curbing the amount of carbon emitted by American electric energy generation. The plan consists of four building blocks: (1) improving the efficiency of existing fossil fuel plants, (2) increased utilization of existing low-emitting [...]

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As the Fourth of July and Father’s Day (you are welcome for the reminder) quickly approach, and wedding season kicks into high gear, Americans will be doing a great deal of traveling in the coming months. And, for those of you traveling and unaware of the recent ABC News report on the Transportation Security [...]

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In February 2014, a divided panel of the Ninth Circuit issued an order granting Cindy Lee Garcia’s motion for a preliminary injunction in Garcia v Google.  On appeal from a district courts denial of the motion, the Ninth Circuit opinion caused waves when it held that Garcia has met her burden and demonstrated that [...]

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Crime, Money Laundering, and Bitcoin?

On June 15, 2015 By William Roberts

Follow the money trail in an investigation of the crime, and more often than not you will solve the crime. Money is one of the biggest motivators of crime. From drug cartels to human trafficking, money is the primary incentive for a criminal enterprise to engage in crime. It has been estimated that 1.6 [...]

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My body is frozen. It will not move an inch. My lethargic state is preventing me from reaching my goal—walking 10,000 steps a day. Thanks to Fitbit’s step counting technology, it is now possible to determine exactly how lazy I really am. However, Jawbone is contesting Fitbit’s fitness tracking technology.

Jawbone filed suit in [...]

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The recent reveal of Caitlyn Jenner has brought transgender issues to the forefront of public discourse. Bruce Jenner, the lauded Olympian who is more recently famous for his appearances on Keeping up with the Kardashians, gave an interview with Diane Sawyer in which he admitted he had the soul of a woman, and the interview drew [...]

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