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Twitter WhistleBlower Gets $7 Million Days Before Release

According to people familiar with the situation, Twitter Inc. (TWTR) agreed in June to pay approximately $7 million to the whistleblower, whose charges will be part of Elon Musk’s complaint against the business. The agreement was reached just days before whistleblower Peiter Zatko filed his case in July. Mr. Zatko was Twitter’s security director before …

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Allstate Agrees to $4.5 Million Spam Calls Class Action Lawsuit

Allstate agreed to pay $4.5 million to settle a class action lawsuit alleging that it made unauthorized phone calls in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Despite having their phone number listed on the National Do Not Call Registry, consumers who received at least two promotional phone calls from Allstate over a 12-month …

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 CA Bar Desires Proactive Approach In Lawyer Discipline Cases

The Office of Chief Trial Counsel, which investigates and prosecutes cases involving attorney disciplinary action, has undergone changes, according to State Bar of California officials, and more changes are on the way. These initiatives include hiring more personnel, including a full-time administrator and forensic auditor, as well as raising the compensation of the independent attorneys …

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Florida Bar Certifies Andrew Nickolaou Certification in Marital and Family Law

Andrew Nicolaou, an attorney with the Orlando Family Team, has been awarded board certification in marital or family law by The Florida Bar. This honor is only given to 1% of Florida attorneys. Board Certification was established by the Florida Supreme Court in 1982 to ensure the highest level of success for attorneys in the …

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