Labcorp Named to FORTUNE® Magazine’s 2021 ‘World’s Most Admired Companies,’ Making the Annual List…

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CUNA, Ohio League attend arguments in appellate-level ADA case

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr CUNA, along with the Ohio Credit Union League, attended Thursday’s arguments before a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Cincinnati. The cases are Brintley v. Aeroquip CU and Brintley v. Belle River Community Credit Union, two Michigan-based credit unions hit with frivolous lawsuits claiming website noncompliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).CUNA filed amicus briefs with the Michigan Credit Union League supporting the credit unions’ appeal of the denial of their motion to dismiss.Credit unions around the country have faced lawsuits due to uncertainty about how the ADA applies to websites, and in addition to its work in the legal arena, CUNA is pursuing solutions with Congress and the Department of Justice.During Thursday’s proceedings, each party was given 15 minutes to present arguments and answer questions from the panel. continue reading »last_img read more

Law firms close in on City space requirements

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Dutch club sack Ghanaian striker after social media posts

first_imgThe frontman has seen his loan stint at Go Ahead Eagles take a premature end due to an unprofessional behaviour.Relegated Dutch top tier side Go Ahead Eagles have terminated the contract of Ghanaian attacker Elvis Manu for his “unprofessional conduct” prior to the club’s league game on Sunday.The decision follows the 23-year-old’s open support for former club Feyenoord on social media on the day of Eagles’ all-important clash with Ajax – a match whose outcome sealed their relegation to the second division.Manu lasted 86 minutes of the 4-0 defeat, and it appears the result – and effectively its consequence – has left the Ghanaian in trouble.“Go Ahead Eagles say goodbye to Elvis Manu as from today,” the Eredivisie outfit announced on Monday.“He stood accused of unprofessional conduct around the time of our match against Ajax. “His two posts on social media that day led us to believe he was not fully focused on our crucial game.“Club management saw the posts after the game, and Manu was told this morning [Monday] that his services are no longer required.“We will now set our sights fully on Sunday’s match against Sparta Rotterdam, when we hope to end the season in worthy fashion.”Contracted to newly-promoted English Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion, Manu joined Go Ahead Eagles on a half-season loan in January.A lack of first team opportunities had prompted the brief move away, having made 10 league appearances without a start since joining Chris Hughton’s side in 2015. At Eagles, however, the striker made 14 outings, all starts, in the Eredivisie. He scored two goals.In 2015, Manu, who played for the Netherlands at youth level, wrote to Fifa for a nationality switch to represent Ghana at senior stage.last_img read more