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In what have been called ‘landmark’ lawsuits, the Attorneys General for Washington D.C. and Nebraska have filed separate but similar lawsuits this summer against Marriott and Hilton (respectively), accusing the hotel giants of deceptive advertising and use of ‘drip pricing’ to squeeze even more money from American consumers. The suits follow an investigation of hotel
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In 2017, Johnson Fistel was retained to help several firefighters employed by the City of Roswell secure the employment benefits to which they were entitled. These firefighters were working full-time hours, but the City had been misclassifying them as “part-time” so as to deprive them of “full-time” benefits. After meeting with the firefighters, analyzing the
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Recently, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) issued new guidance on proxy voting which has been characterized as an attempt to hold proxy advisors more accountable to public company stockholders. Proxy advisors, such as Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. and Glass Lewis & Co., advise stockholders on how to vote in corporate elections and key topics
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