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Pennsylvania Priests Sexually Abusing Children over Several Decades

posted on Friday, August 17th, 2018

After the stunning admission of reports coming out of Pennsylvania of priests sexually abusing children over the course of several decades, the Vatican responded in a statement: “There are two words that can express the feelings faced with these horrible crimes: shame and sorrow. The abuses described in the report are criminal and morally reprehensible. […]


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300 Clergy Members of the Catholic Church have allegedly sexually abused over 1,000 victims

posted on Friday, August 17th, 2018

After the recent release of the grand jury report out of Pennsylvania stating that over 300 clergy members of the Catholic Church have allegedly sexually abused over 1,000 victims throughout several decades, Governor Cuomo called upon the state Senate to pass the extending statute of limitations. “The revelations and sheer breadth of child sexual abuse […]


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Childhood Clergy Abuse | How Can an Attorney Help?

posted on Friday, August 3rd, 2018

The rash of child abuse cases that have been filed against certain members of the clergy during the past decade has put a spotlight on criminal actions that many people shuttered to think were actually happening. What the legal filings have exposed is that this is actually a real phenomenon that has been occurring for […]


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The Atrium C-Qur Mesh MDL has its first bellwether trial scheduled

posted on Wednesday, August 1st, 2018

The Atrium C-Qur mesh MDL has its first bellwether trial scheduled for February 2020 by order of the U.S District Judge McCafferty. This will allow both plaintiff and defendant to better understand how the jury will respond to evidence and testimonies that may play a recurrent role throughout the trial. The C-Qur mesh was manufactured […]


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Key Adviser to Pope Francis requested the Vatican to adhere to strict policy handling for cases of sexual abuse.

posted on Tuesday, July 31st, 2018

Cardinal Sean O’Malley of Boston, key adviser to Pope Francis requested the Vatican to adhere to strict policy handling for cases of sexual abuse involving high ranking clergy of the Church and Bishops. The appeal with the Church comes on the heels of allegations of yet another Cardinal allegedly abusing minors from many years ago. […]


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#MeToo movement is encouraging companies to examine their workplace environment

posted on Monday, July 30th, 2018

The #MeToo movement is encouraging companies to examine their workplace environment even further as of today, to establish a healthier culture that administers respect to all workers with a zero tolerance policy that focuses on sexual harassment and other types of discrimination. Training programs for supervisors and employees alike will likely be put in place […]


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Complications with Hernia Mesh

posted on Friday, July 27th, 2018

Mesh material is often used in hernia repair surgery to keep the hernia from protruding and recurring. Even though complications don’t occur most times that surgical mesh is used, there can still be some long-term problems in certain cases. If you experience any of these problems after undergoing hernia repair surgery with mesh, an attorney […]


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Two IHOP Restaurants in Illinois have settled to pay over $1 Million Dollars in Restitution

posted on Friday, July 27th, 2018

Two IHOP restaurants in Illinois have settled to pay over $1 million dollars in restitution by the federal government and a group of employees that underwent extreme sexual harassment at the two diners. The settlement was proposed last week but still requires approval from the court. This case of alleged harassment, falls on the Equal […]


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Former Delta Airlines employees filed lawsuit against airline for firing them for speaking native tongue

posted on Thursday, July 26th, 2018

Four former Delta Airlines employees have filed a lawsuit against the airline for firing them for speaking in their native tongue, Korean along with being sexually harassed while working. All four women have a combined 50 years working experience and were all born in Korea. Each woman has handled passengers flying back and forth to […]


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Child Sex Abuse Survivor in Albany pressing for the Child Victims Act to Pass

posted on Wednesday, July 25th, 2018

Gary Greenberg, a child sex abuse survivor in Albany has been pressing for the route for the Child Victims Act to pass through once and for all. The bill would allow a passage for victims to seek justice, as grown adults – even if their abuse occurred in childhood. Greenberg is calling upon state leaders […]


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