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Tesla Accused Of ‘Scorched Earth’ Tactics In Race Bias Suits
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Tesla Accused Of ‘Scorched Earth’ Tactics In Race Bias Suits

Law360 (January 19, 2024, 10:23 PM EST) — The California Civil Rights Department and a putative class of Black workers accused […]

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Tesla: UAW seeks to unionize car maker, battle expected with CEO Elon Musk
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Tesla: UAW seeks to unionize car maker, battle expected with CEO Elon Musk

After successfully negotiating with major U.S. auto companies, the United Auto Workers (UAW) is now seeking to unionize Tesla and […]

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$1.25M Settlement Approved for Former Mills College Students
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$1.25M Settlement Approved for Former Mills College Students

A judge has approved a $1.25 million settlement in a class action lawsuit brought by former Mills College students. They […]

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Mills College Agrees to $1.25 Million Settlement With Former Students Over Northeastern Takeover
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Mills College Agrees to $1.25 Million Settlement With Former Students Over Northeastern Takeover

Mills College agreed to a $1.25 million settlement that will be paid as compensatory damages to over 400 of its […]

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Judge Approves $1.25M Settlement for Former Students of Mills College in Oakland
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Judge Approves $1.25M Settlement for Former Students of Mills College in Oakland

A $1.25 settlement has been approved by the Alameda County Superior Court for former students of Mills College in Oakland. […]

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SF Chronicle: Mills College, Northeastern Settle Student Suit for $1.25M
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SF Chronicle: Mills College, Northeastern Settle Student Suit for $1.25M

A judge has approved a preliminary settlement of $1.25 million for over 400 former students of Mills College in Oakland. […]

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