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Campus Workers Fear Contagion as Colleges Seek Legal Immunity

Custodian Jennifer Allen never left the University of Memphis when the coronavirus outbreak forced campuses to shut down in March and everyone around her left for online classes and virtual offices. Allen has been deep-cleaning libraries and other campus buildings for the past six months.

Target’s $1.6 Million COBRA Class Settlement Gets Early Approval

Target Corp. can pay $1.6 million to settle a proposed class action claiming it failed to adequately notify employees of their right to remain on the company health plan after leaving their jobs, according to a ruling by a federal judge in the Middle District of Florida.

U.S. Job Losses to Mount With Small Firms Running on Fumes (1)

The clock is ticking for Bonnie Morales and the acclaimed restaurant she opened a few years ago in Portland, Oregon: She’s among thousands of U.S. small-business owners who are considering layoffs in coming months as they plow through government aid.

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Gig Economy Workers, App-Based Companies, and the Law

App-based companies and state governments are at odds over how to properly classify gig economy workers.

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