Tik Tok Sues the U.S.

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Tik Tok sued the U.S. government for the policy of the Trump Administration that deprives it of its due process of blocking the app from operating in the country. Questions: Where was the lawsuit filed? What was the other app besides Tik Tok that Trump issued a ban against? How many workers does Tik Tok… Read more »

What were these guys thinking?

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According to the Washington Post, two Southwest Airlines pilots allegedly hid a camera in a plane‚Äôs lavatory and live-streamed the video to an iPad mounted on the windshield of the cockpit aboard a flight, according to a lawsuit filed by a flight attendant. Questions: What type of suit is this? When did this incident happen?… Read more »

Is this a good idea?

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According to the New York Times, one of the largest active construction projects in the United States will produce more than 1 million tons of plastic a year and is operated by Royal Dutch Shell near Pittsburgh. Questions: Where will pipelines for the plant be stretched and how many freight cars does it expect to… Read more »

Legalized Wage Theft?

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According to Huffington Post, the burrito chain, Chipotle’s, has asked the Supreme Court to exclude 2,814 workers from a massive wage theft lawsuit because they signed mandatory arbitration agreements. Questions: 1. At the heart of this dispute, how many people who have worked for the burrito chain joined a 2014 lawsuit alleging the company systemically… Read more »