Top line The mother of the 9-year-old girl detained and pepper sprayed by police in Rochester, New York, last week accuses the officers involved of mismanaging the situation by responding to her daughter’s nervous breakdown with unnecessary force . ROCHESTER, NY – FEBRUARY 3: People demonstrate outside the gates ofRead More →

On August 31, 2020, the Tenth Circuit affirmed the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado finding that certain student loans unsecured by a government unit may be discharged in bankruptcy. Navient Solutions, LLC argued that debtors’ student loans were excluded from their Chapter 13 discharge under 11Read More →

Last year, voters in Montana, Arizona, New Jersey, South Dakota and Mississippi approved voting measures to legalize marijuana in their states. It looks like Virginia will continue this trend towards state legalization in 2021. In a landmark vote on Friday, February 5, 2021, the Virginia General Assembly passed two billsRead More →

The non-bank lender has announced that it has extended its commitment on trailing commission payments to brokers for borrowers affected by COVID-19. In March of this year, Pepper Money was the first lender to announce that it continue to honor all track payments for customers affected by the coronavirus pandemicRead More →

7. Amazon’s future union says it is not behind the boycott call A pro-union blog calls for a boycott of Amazon to increase support for the unionization effort at a Bessemer factory. The image came from a pro-union blog and called for a boycott “in solidarity with unionized workers” whereRead More →