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AGENDA JUNE 15 2020

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COVID-19 Update: Video Chat Filter where I gained the knowledge to support my passion for law I refined my knowledge while working with several prominent law firms However it was my experiences working at a Public Defender's Office that grounded me and helped deepen my understanding of the Claimed Lawyer Profile Social Media Responsive Law Ameer E Mabjish Cincinnati OH Lawyer

Houston

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This weekend governors varied widely on their COVID-19 stances: some took measures to shut down restaurants and bars while others tweeted about being in public and supporting local businesses Because of federalism issues the White House can't do much to force closures said Professor Polly Price But the CDC can model responsible action she said The strong direction of the CDC is

Guest Post: Managing Gatekeeper Anxiety

Michael W Peregrine a partner at McDermott Will Emery advises corporations officers and directors on matters relating to corporate governance fiduciary duties and officer-director liability issues He thanks his partner Eugene I Goldman and his associate Kelsey J Leingang for their assistance in preparing

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Plaintiffs' experts maintained that over the course of several hours the Defendant Obstetrician failed to appreciate evidence of a hostile uterine environment and fetal distress on the electronic fetal monitoring which should have prompted him to call for an emergency cesarean section Instead the plaintiff was not born until 12:54 a m the following morning Plaintiffs' experts opined

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Adam J Levitt Featured in Law article "Prominent

Adam J Levitt Featured in Law article "Prominent Plaintiffs Firms Preparing COVID-19 Lawsuits" Apr 1 2020 | Media Mentions News Adam J Levitt a DiCello Levitt co-founding partner was featured in law the industry-leading media platform for the legal industry on the lawsuits DiCello Levitt has brought or is currently evaluating tied to COVID-19

Plaintiffs in class action lawsuits may seek recovery of very large or indeterminate amounts and the magnitude of the potential loss relating to such lawsuits may remain unknown for substantial periods of time In addition we from time to time in the future may be subject to various other claims investigations legal and administrative cases and proceedings (whether civil or criminal) or

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In both lawsuits neither plaintiffs lived in Montana nor suffered injuries in Montana BNSF did business in Montana but was incorporated in Delaware and had its principal place of business in Texas Both plaintiffs sued BNSF in Montana BNSF argued that the Montana courts did not have jurisdiction over the cases because it was not "at home" in Montana The Montana Supreme Court however

Guest Post: Managing Gatekeeper Anxiety

Michael W Peregrine a partner at McDermott Will Emery advises corporations officers and directors on matters relating to corporate governance fiduciary duties and officer-director liability issues He thanks his partner Eugene I Goldman and his associate Kelsey J Leingang for their assistance in preparing

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Employment

Lindsay Burke spoke with Agence France-Presse about the lawsuits U S businesses may face from employees who contract COVID-19 while at work Ms Burke says companies should follow government guidelines to protect themselves legally as they bring employees back into the workplace "We are generally advising employers to resume on-site operations in a voluntary

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U S District Judge Bernard Friedman in Detroit said on Friday the U S Constitution's ban on federal lawsuits by citizens against states barred the Michigan plaintiffs from suing Whitmer in her role as governor Friedman also said the case had become moot and the idea that Whitmer might reimpose restrictions was pure speculation The plaintiffs including a landscaper and a married couple

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Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/16/2020

We should all be preparing now for the planned " second wave" of COVID-19 The mainstream media is already doing its due diligence by panicking the general public Because the riots and looting took too much attention off the coronavirus hoax the powers that shouldn' t be are going to make sure they get you living in fear again and vaccinated In the push to get everyone vaccinated

Reinsurance and the COVID

Prominent Plaintiffs Firms Preparing COVID-19 Lawsuits: Class actions by DiCello Levitt Gutzler and Bursor Fisher were filed Friday over Membership Fees at 24-Hour Fitness and Room and Board Fees at Arizona State University Investors Sue Norwegian Cruise Lies over Stock Fallout from Alleged Downplaying of Coronavirus Pharma Company Hit with Securities Suit over COVID-19 Vaccine

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As COVID-19 infections sweep the nation a Minnesota law restricting the number of hospital beds in the state isdrawing new scrutiny Since 1984 the Hospital Construction Moratorium has put an artificial cap on hospital beds The law prohibits the building of new hospitals as well as "any erection building alteration reconstruction modernization improvement extension lease or other

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