House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s bid for a last-minute extension of an eviction moratorium for renters collapsed Friday, leaving millions of Americans at risk of losing their homes after the ban lifts on Saturday.
The Chemours Co. is working quickly and effectively to reduce air and water releases of the PFAS it makes as well as the chemicals left by its predecessor, its new CEO, Mark E. Newman, told Bloomberg Law.
Employers like Abercrombie & Fitch Co., Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., and Target Corp. are turning to TikTok to recruit and hire workers, raising concerns among employment law attorneys who advise that the practice isn’t all fun and games.
A new law in Maine clarifying that legal cases alleging damage or injury from PFAS can be filed up to six years after the harm was or could reasonably have been discovered may have ramifications outside the state, attorneys said.
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