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LXBN TV: Case Involving Burger King Employee Spitting in Officer’s Burger Goes Before WA Supreme Court—Nick Kampars
It isn’t so funny when happens outside the fictional realm of comedic films. And actually, it’s much more grotesque. The Supreme Court of Washington decided to allow a suit involving a Burger King employee spitting on a police officer’s burger to go forward despite it presenting claims different in nature than what you traditionally see in food contamination cases. Joining me to discuss the decision and its impact is Nick Kampars of Davis Wright Tremaine and their Hospitality Law Blog.
During 1981, an incident involving the importation of mislabeled and adulterated meat from Australia resulted in FSIS detaining and sampling nearly 66 million pounds of boneless beef from that country.
Virginia has announced that effective January 2013 the state will provide all tax refunds electronically. In other words, receiving a tax refund in the form of a paper check will no longer be an option for Virginia residents.
California’s Proposal to Require Privacy Policies Be No More Than 100 Words: Simplifying or Complicating the Process?
A California state assemblyman proposed legislation this week attempting to require that online privacy policies be no more than 100 words.
A deposition is when one side has the opportunity to cross-examine an opposing witness prior to trial. It is a key event in the discovery process.
Last week, a friend sent me a link to the Toronto Star article, “Bay Street law firm uses fingerprint technology to monitor employees’ comings and going”.
You know who they are. They just never seem to get any traction or have lost the traction they once had.