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She sued the HFPA in 2020, claiming that it embodied a “culture of corruption.”
Each was immediately sued by CGA, and the Los Angeles measure will also likely be challenged in court.
None of the recommendations included suing the bureau to release data earlier than it had planned.
He was one of Harvey Weinstein’s fiercest opponents and sued Weinstein’s company to get restitution for survivors.
WHAT IT'S LIKE TO ACCUSE A #METOO HERO OF ABUSEELIANA DOCKTERMANFEBRUARY 24, 2021TIME
Tech companies are, of course, suing to block the law from taking effect saying it violates the Internet Tax Freedom Act.
Top lobbying groups backed by Amazon, Facebook, Google and other technology giants sued Maryland on Thursday, seeking to scuttle a new state tax on their massive online-advertising revenue — and stop other local governments from following its lead.
Business interest groups have denounced the plans, with two, the Northwest Grocery Association and the Washington Food Industry Association, suing Seattle.
Unions representing New York City’s police officers, firefighters and corrections officers then sued to prevent the disclosures.
The state’s largest union for nurses sued the Health Department for policies it said endangered front-line health care workers.
Zell sued the State Department in early December, on behalf of 20 accidental Americans whose lives have been upturned by FATCA.

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