Elementary School Students Served Floor Sealent
Authored By: Ollie Lammers
According to NPR, Alaskan elementary students were given floor sealant instead of milk.
Elementary school students attended a Relationships and Leadership, Learning for Youth (RALLY) before school and ate breakfast.
The NANA Management Services (NMS), an Alaskan-based food and facility service, provided the students with what th...
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AAJ Annual Convention Wrap Up
Advocate Capital joined friends and clients at the American Association of Justice (AAJ) annual convention in Seattle. The Advocate Capital team, CEO Paul Myers, President Donna Jones, and Vice President Jim Pacelli, had a fantastic time. Visiting current clients and meeting new potential clients is always a highlight for the team. Please take a moment to...
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Now Hiring: Director of Strategic Solutions
Advocate Capital, Inc is looking to add a new member to our team.
We are currently hiring for a Director of Strategic Solutions.
The Director of Strategic Solutions (DSS) is a sales and business development position that serves as a knowledgeable, consultative, first point of contact for Advocate Capital in generating new business, primarily through outbo...
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Bertram Law Group, PLLC Awarded $17.1 Million Verdict in Washington DC Medical Malpractice Case
Congratulations to Catherine "Katie” Bertram and her team at Bertram Law Group, PLLC, on their recent $17.1 Million verdict. Katie was the lead trial attorney for a thirty-three (33) year old single mother of three (3) who passed away when the health care provider failed to diagnose her ectopic pregnancy and allowed it to rupture.
The decedent went to t...
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YouTube Settles Lawsuit With Former Moderators Over Psychological Harm
Authored By: Candace Whitman
According to Daniel Weissner of Reuters, Youtube has settled a lawsuit with former content moderators for $4.3 million. The plaintiff claims she developed anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder from the content she reviewed on the job and that the company failed to provide support for the moderators who had to review "viol...
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Supreme Court Rules Against Favoring Arbitration
Authored by Ollie Lammers
According to LexBlog, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the plaintiff in Morgan v. Sundance, Inc. The plaintiff, in this case, was suing their employer, a Taco Bell franchisee, for wage theft.
The Supreme Court ruled that the defense can not try to pursue arbitration after a plaintiff has pursued litigation. The case of Morgan...
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Another Racial Discrimination Case Filed Against Tesla
Authored By Elizabeth KapamasA new racial discrimination case against Tesla reveals harassment and discrimination are so rampant that the plaintiffs, in this case, describe these experiences as a “standard operating procedure.”This lawsuit was filed by nine men and six women who work at Tesla factories. Nearly half of the plaintiffs were fired or quit, an...
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Advocate Capital Team Enjoys Family Fun Night
The Advocate Capital team recently got together for a Family Fun Night at The Game Terminal in Nashville. We had a great time catching up with one another, enjoying food and drinks, and playing games like Pac-man, Mario Kart, and soccer.
It was nice to spend time together as team and we look forward to our next in-person event. Watch the video below to se...
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CROWN Act Protects Against Hair Discrimination
Advocate Capital Inc. is proud to welcome our guest blogger, Angelina M. Austin, an associate attorney with Gwilliam Ivary Chiosso Cavalli & Brewer, APC.
Advocate Capital Inc. is proud to support our friends & clients at Gwilliam Ivary Chiosso & Brewer and we congratulate Angelina on joining a fantastic firm!
For Angelina Austin, hair discrimi...
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Tips on Giving Constructive Feedback to Employees
Getting a compliment is always nice, but sometimes hearing negative feedback is hard to take. It’s necessary to give tough feedback to make your employees and peers better, but it’s important to do it in the right way. Here are some tips from Attorney at Work.
Target incidents, not individuals. When you are giving feedback, make sure to give a clear exam...
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