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Slower Revolving Door: What Trump’s Top Lawyers Are Doing Now

More than 80% of top lawyers in Trump’s administration have landed somewhere since he left office, even if their roles are part time or not their first choice, according to an analysis by Bloomberg Law. Some of those lawyers—and legal recruiters—say they’re having a harder time finding work than in the past.

Black Intern Loses Bias Lawsuit as Unpaid Job Falls Outside Law

A Black Temple University student lacks race bias and retaliation claims against a Philadelphia opioid treatment facility where he interned because he was unpaid and thus not a covered “employee” under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, a federal judge ruled.

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Covid-19 Vaccine: Can Your Employer Make You Take It?

As employers are making plans to return to their workplaces. How quickly they succeed will likely depend on how many of their employees get vaccinated.

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