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Ernst and Young (EY): Being Sued for Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

posted on Thursday, October 4th, 2018

Ernst and Young (EY) is one of the four accounting firms that are being sued, in house, for sexual harassment present day. A former partner of Ernst and Young, Karen Ward, is blaming the firm for harboring a work environment where sexual harassment and lude sexual comments were not uncommon while she worked as a […]

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The Retroactive Window Bill

posted on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018

Back in 2007, a Delaware Legislature was on the brink of creating a branch that would open the doors, temporarily, for adults who are victims of child sex abuse to file suit against their perpetrator. Since then, this “temporary open door” has regained its traction especially to those cases involving the Catholic Church. However, the […]

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NY Sexually Abused Victims by Catholic Church Clergy are Taking Action

posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018

Sixty-four out of nearly 1,000 victims in New York State who have been sexually abused by members of the Catholic Church clergy members are taking action against the Church and filing suits against them. A program has been offered through the Catholic Diocese of Syracuse that is giving victims compensation from their abuse. After several […]

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Child Victim Act: If Democrats Gain the Senate

posted on Monday, October 1st, 2018

If during the first 30 days of the following legislative session, Democrats gain the state Senate, the Child Victims Act will be passed, according to three Democratic Senate candidates. Emily Martz who is running against Senator Elizabeth Little, Republican, began pushing voters to get the bill passed once and for all. Martz held a campaign […]

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Why you need an Attorney When Dealing with Medical Malpractice

posted on Friday, September 21st, 2018

If you or one of your loved ones has been a victim of medical malpractice, then you will need to hire a New York medical malpractice attorney. Malpractice cases are complicated and can be hard to prove, which is why it is very difficult to win a medical malpractice case on your own. At the […]

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How to Deal with Nursing Home Abuse

posted on Friday, September 14th, 2018

Millions of people make the difficult to decision to put their loved ones in a nursing home. These people trust that their loved ones will be well taken care of. However, nursing home abuse is a common occurrence. If you have a loved one who is in a nursing home, then you will need to […]

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Another Catholic Church devastated by sexual abuse allegations

posted on Wednesday, September 5th, 2018

Yet another Catholic Church has been devastated by the sexual abuse allegations. This time, it comes from a conservative diocese in Nebraska. The Diocese of Lincoln has been the only church in the states that have maintained refusal of reviewing sexual misconduct since the 2002 Boston clergy abuse scandal. But now, victims are coming forward […]

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New Yorkers Support Child Victim Act

posted on Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

New Yorkers in Buffalo who support the Child Victims Act have been vehemently pushing for lawmakers to finally get it passed in time for the next session. But Republican State Senator Catherine Young claims her alternative bill would aid victims of child sex abuse more so than the original bill because it would eliminate statutes […]

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Buffalo Wild Wings Hit with a Federal Suit: Sexually Harassing an Employee

posted on Thursday, August 30th, 2018

Mt. Pleasant restaurant, Buffalo Wild Wings has been hit with a federal suit alleging that a manager, Michael Miller has been sexually harassing an employee. The manager is said to have even grabbed her at times even after complaints were made to human resources department. The plaintiff, Candace Van Zile has been an employee at […]

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District Attorney Fitzpatrick: Failure to Report Sex Abuse Should Face Criminal Action

posted on Wednesday, August 29th, 2018

A letter from District Attorney Fitzpatrick to Syracuse, stating that failure to report sex abuse should face criminal action while standing behind the Child Victims Act. “I applaud your recent editorial detailing the sordid facts of systemic abuse and cover-ups of sexual crimes against children perpetrated by Catholic clergymen in the state of Pennsylvania and […]

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