McDonald’s Corp.'s promise to boost pay at company-owned locations falls short of setting higher wages for the vast majority of its U.S. locations, a move that helps the fast-food giant avoid sharing liability with franchisees for labor and employment violations.
The University of California system agreed Friday to extend its court-mandated policy of test-free admissions through 2025, according to advocacy groups that argue the use of SAT and ACT scores discriminates against applicants based on race, income, and disability.
Nearly 2.1 million ballots from the 2020 election in Arizona will go into temporary storage Friday to make way for planned high school graduation ceremonies at the site of an unprecedented audit of President Joe Biden’s win in the state.
Alexandra Walsh, formerly of Paul Weiss and Wilkinson Walsh, recently founded a litigation boutique, exclusively representing plaintiffs. “I spent 20 years on the defense side,” Walsh said. “I wanted to represent individuals who have been wronged.”
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