Daily Archives: March 8, 2018

Analysis: Arming Florida school staff could expose them to suits -experts

STORY BY: TINA BELLON (Reuters) – A bill passed by Florida lawmakers empowering some personnel in public schools to carry firearms to guard against attacks like last month’s massacre near Miami could expose these employees to potentially costly civil lawsuits, legal experts said. Public employees are generally immune to civil suits, but those authorized to

Uber Drivers Win Nationwide Class Action Over “Safe Rides” Fee

STORY BY: DANIEL WIESSNER (Reuters) – A federal judge in California has ruled that Uber Technologies Inc violated its agreements with drivers by subtracting a one-dollar “safe rides fee” from their pay on some trips. U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers in Oakland on Thursday granted the plaintiffs’ motion for summary judgment and said that

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