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Supreme Court to Hear Wal-Mart Discrimination Case - NYTimes.com

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Supreme Court to Hear Wal-Mart Discrimination Case - NYTimes.com WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear an appeal in the biggest employment discrimination case in the nation’s history, one claiming that Wal-Mart discriminated against hundreds of thousands of women in pay and promotion. In their brief urging the justices to deny review, the plaintiffs had said Wal-Mart’s objection to class-action treatment boiled down to the enormous size of the class.

Entertainment Law Update Episode 037 – Top Ten Stories of 2012

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Awe is ALSO suing Lucasfilm, Paramount Pictures, and the Walt Disney Company, alleging that they have profited off of the use of the Mitchell-Hedges skull (referred to in the film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull as the “Mitchell-Hedges skull,” but said to be from Peru).

Fear Exceeded Crime's Reality in New Orleans - New York Times

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Fear Exceeded Crime's Reality in New Orleans - New York Times September 29, 2005 Fear Exceeded Crime's Reality in New Orleans By JIM DWYER and CHRISTOPHER DREW. NEW ORLEANS, Sept. In the days after Hurricane Katrina, terror from crimes seen and unseen, real and rumored, gripped New Orleans. Looting began at the moment the storm passed over New Orleans, and it ranged from base thievery to foraging for the necessities of life.

Fear Exceeded Crime's Reality in New Orleans - New York Times

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Fear Exceeded Crime's Reality in New Orleans - New York Times September 29, 2005 Fear Exceeded Crime's Reality in New Orleans By JIM DWYER and CHRISTOPHER DREW. NEW ORLEANS, Sept. In the days after Hurricane Katrina, terror from crimes seen and unseen, real and rumored, gripped New Orleans. Looting began at the moment the storm passed over New Orleans, and it ranged from base thievery to foraging for the necessities of life.

The New York Times > Books > Sunday Book Review > 'The World Is Flat': The Wealth of Yet More Nations

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The New York Times > Books > Sunday Book Review > 'The World Is Flat': The Wealth of Yet More Nations The New York Times May 1, 2005 'The World Is Flat': The Wealth of Yet More Nations By FAREED ZAKARIA THE WORLD IS FLAT A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century. This is the implication of the New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman's excellent new book, ''The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century.''.