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'That's My Story And I'm Stickin' To It'

But in reality, according to a criminal complaint, she and her soon-to-be husband had a far more sinister trip in mind: flying from Mississippi to Europe, then traveling to Syria and joining ISIS. 49 more words

War Room

New York Times Hit With Age, Gender Discrimination Suit

The suit claims that in September 2013, 30 employees were targeted for dismissal, mostly older and minority employees. They were replaced ‘in virtually every case by a white employee under the age of 40,’ the suit claims. 452 more words
Mediasphere

Free sample legal documents for California and Federal litigation

Free sample legal documents for California and Federal litigation are the topic of this blog post. If you are looking for a bill of sale or other sample legal document be sure to check out the embedded document below that has more details.

California Freelance Paralegal

On the U.S.-Mexico border

Members of Mexican immigrant welfare agency Grupo Beta search in the mountains between Mexico and the U.S. for potential border crossers during a patrol on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez July 29, 2014. 233 more words

Pakistan

Oregon Resident Sentenced for Fraud; Worked as Woman, Collected Disability as Man

“I think of a man, and I take away reason, and accountability.”

PORTLAND, Ore. –  An Oregon resident who transitioned to a woman more than three decades ago continued collecting Social Security disability checks under her male identity, fraudulently raking in $250,000. 104 more words

Crime & Corruption

Rule 7001(2) complaint to determine validity of liens in United States Bankruptcy Court

A Rule 7001(2) complaint to determine validity of liens in United States Bankruptcy Court is the topic of this blog post. A complaint under Rule 7001(2) of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure is considered an adversary complaint unless the proceeding is under Rule 4003(d). 419 more words

California Freelance Paralegal