Category Archives: E. Preliminary investigation

Researching a potential lawsuit.

Want to be an investigator in the Trump emoluments affair?

Here’s how. ProPublica is asking for everyone’s help, and has published a manual for investigators, that is, for you. It’s great: Source: We Found New Details About the New Trump-Branded Hotels. Now We Want Your Help to Find the Rest. … Continue reading

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Statute of limitations and the EEOC

Although the headline in this New York Law Journal abstract sounds rotten, read on and you’ll understand this case is a warning about statutes of limitations. About which I’ve written pretty often, and often used bolded type. To sum up … Continue reading

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Notice of Claim prompts a fast settlement

Here’s how the threat of a viable lawsuit can work. First, this woman filed a Notice of Claim–usually it’s a one page form which precedes the filing of a lawsuit against a municipality–for sexual harassment by a municipal employee. My … Continue reading

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