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NBA No. 1 pick Zion Williamson blasted his former agent's attempts to make him address allegations he received improper benefits while playing for Duke University, arguing such requests are uncalled for and irrelevant to the legal dispute over his decision to switch agents last year.
The Nevada secretary of state on Thursday said he is investigating allegations that former MedMen CEO Adam Bierman sought to evade campaign finance laws by pressing a former executive to donate to a Silver State politician.
When Dartmouth closed its doors and sent students home amid the coronavirus pandemic, those students lost the education experience they paid for and should have been refunded a portion of their tuition, according to a proposed class action filed Thursday in New Hampshire federal court.
A union representing the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's newsroom staffers wants a Pennsylvania federal judge to enforce an arbitrator's finding that the newspaper wrongly refused to chip in more for the workers' health insurance after a collective bargaining contract expired.
The loan servicer for a Pittsburgh-area shopping center said a major tenant's rent reduction was a valid trigger for diverting all the tenants' rents toward its debt repayment and said the mall couldn't cite the COVID-19 pandemic to get an emergency injunction, according to filings in federal court Thursday.