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The Doctor Will See the PFAS-Exposed Plaintiff Now

People living in communities contaminated by PFAS are suing to force companies that make or use some of the “forever chemicals” to pay for medical tests to monitor their health. Guidance coming from legal and medical professionals may bolster their cases.

‘Striketober’ Walkoffs and Worker Unrest: Labor Fights Explained

Labor unrest has commanded a national spotlight this month—earning it the moniker “Striketober”—as a wave of workers have walked off the job in protest, following record-setting levels of resignations across all industries that have left businesses scrambling for workers.

Why Abortion Soared to Top of Supreme Court Docket: QuickTake

The U.S. Supreme Court raised the stakes in the politically explosive fight over reproductive rights by agreeing to hear arguments on Nov. 1 on a Texas law that has largely shut down legal abortion in the state. The outcome could hint at the fate of abortion rights nationwide.

Williams-Sonoma Tax Deal With One City Leaves Others Crying Sham

Williams-Sonoma Inc. struck a deal in 2008 with the California city of Shafter: the company would open a call center there and designate it as the point of purchase for all online sales to California consumers. Shafter would then give half the local sales tax it collected back to Williams-Sonoma.

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Big Law's Big Paychecks: Partner Compensation, Explained

Law firm partners in Big Law earn a lot of money, but just how much they make can vary widely. Whether it's equity or non-equity or merit versus lockstep, this video explains what goes into determining the size of those paychecks at elite law firms.

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