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Review of universal property and accident insurance 2020

The company offers insurance in the following categories: Homeowners insurance Tenants insurance Co-operative insurance Rental insurance Although it is easy to choose what type of insurance you need, understand the stakes and how much The coverage you need and deciding which company is best suited is not easy. Given that your home is your most valuable material asset, it is …

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University debt can be managed. Nationwide help is not difficult – Legal Insurance Blog – September 24, 2020

The university degree receives an estimated repayment from university loan payments. The government allows a payment holiday for federal college loans, which stress on personal finances on Friday is unfortunately short-lived. Financial commitments will return later. A heavy load A college loan is a dark cloud that hangs over a person's head. The balances can take 20 years or more …

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There's Only One Evel Knievel: Trial

There can only be one Evel Knievel, at least according to a lawsuit against Disney and Pixar claiming that "Toy Story 4s" character of Duke Caboom stole his "resemblance" without permission. K&K Productions, which owns rights to the famous motorcycle stuntman's resemblance and associated trademark, claims that the weak "Toy Story" sequel character expressed by Keanu Reeves is an "illegal …

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Vaccine company struck with the second COVID-19 related suit

A lawsuit against shareholders' derivatives executives and officers has been filed against a vaccine development company for alleged issuance of false information about a COVID-19 vaccine. The trial, David Stachowski, derived on behalf of Vaxart, Inc. v. Steven J. Boyd et al. which was filed in the U.S. District Court in San Francisco on September 17, follows a presumed class …

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Bayer resolves more Roundup cases

(Reuters) – Lawyers for Bayer AG and consumers suing the company over allegations that its Roundup herbicide caused cancer told a judge on Thursday that they continue to solve thousands of cases, improving the prospect of $ 11 billion settle the disputes. [19659002] The hearing was a contrast to the disputed tone among the parties last month that the framework …

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Software vendor Tyler Technologies says it was hacked

(Reuters) – Tyler Technologies Inc., whose products are used by US states and counties to share election data, said on Wednesday that an unknown party had hacked its internal systems. Tyler, whose platforms are used by election officials who, among other things, showed voting results, confirmed the breach in an email to Reuters after warning clients in an email earlier …

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Corporate groups rejoice when the US tightens shareholders' rules

(Reuters) – The US Securities and Exchange Commission voted 3-2 on Wednesday to make it harder for shareholders to run companies on issues such as climate change, social justice and diversity, with Democratic commissioners deviating from moving. [19659002] The rule, first proposed by the SEC in November last year, raises the bar for submitting shareholder proposals to companies' annual votes …

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Michigan House passes COVID-19 bills

Michigan lawmakers approved several bills Wednesday on the resumption of business and schools that would protect employees who stay away from work due to COVID-19 symptoms or exposure and limit corporate liability if their employees or customers are exposed to COVID- 19 as long as they have taken all recommended precautions at the time of exposure. The bills passed the …

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Oregon proposes guidance on COVID-19 claims

Insurers would need to conduct a "reasonable investigation" before denying an employee compensation claim related to exposure to COVID-19 at work and reporting to state regulators when it has five or more such claims filed, according to a public proposal. Wednesday by the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Workers & # 39; Compensation Division. The proposed rule of …

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