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Is Sheltering in Place Ordinance Unconstitutional? Man Sues Local Government

An owner of a gun store has filed a lawsuit against a local government in which he is based, claiming that the emergency ordinance to “shelter in place” which was imposed by that government is unconstitutional and “an abuse of police power.”

In response to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus — which is also known as COVID-19 or 2019-nCoV — pandemic, several counties in the state of Georgia have issued emergency ordinances for residents to isolate themselves at home as much as possible in an effort to attempt to slow the spread of the virus, with permission granted for activities such as shopping…

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Airbnb Not Paying Its Fair Share of Taxes in Georgia?

Three cities and one county in the state of Georgia have filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia in Rome on Friday, January 31, 2020 which claims that Airbnb, Incorporated is failing to collect taxes and not paying its fair share of them to local authorities…

…and because the lawsuit alleges that…

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Your Chance to Get Your Share of Money From Motel 6 Washington State Class Action Settlement

You may be eligible for your share of $12 million from a class action settlement if you stayed at one of seven Motel 6 hotel properties in Washington state and had your private information shared with the Department of Homeland Security of the United States or Immigration and Customs Enforcement of the United States between Thursday, January 1, 2015 through Sunday, September 17, 2017…

…but you must…

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Equifax Used admin For User Name and Password, According to Court Document

Equifax Incorporated experienced a breach of security back in 2017 which compromised the sensitive financial and personal information of as many as 147,000,000 people; and the consumer credit reporting agency — which is based in Atlanta — has settled for a total of $671 million as a result.

According to a statement found on page nine of this official document — which…

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Take Free Credit Monitoring Instead of $125 in Equifax Lawsuit Settlement, Says Federal Trade Commission

“Perhaps my math is incorrect; but $505,000,000.00 divided by 147,000,000 people comes out to almost $3.44 per person — assuming that everyone who qualifies for the settlement class requests payment. I am not sure how anyone will get paid $125.00 — even if every penny became available for qualified members of the settlement who request that option; and even if a significant number of people either choose the free credit monitoring services or to opt out of the settlement altogether to pursue their own lawsuits.”

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Your Chance to Get Your Share of Money From Fairmont Hotels and Resorts Class Action Settlement

You may be eligible for your share of $2,000,000.00 from a class action settlement if you stayed at a Fairmont Hotels & Resorts property in the United States and received a printed folio or receipt which contained greater than the last five digits of the credit or debit card or the entire expiration date of the credit or debit card between Friday, November 13, 2015 through Thursday, November 16, 2017…

…but you must…

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Hilton Sued For Charging Deceptive Resort Fees by Attorney General of Nebraska

The war against mandatory resort fees heats up even further.

A lawsuit was filed against Hilton Dopco, Incorporated yesterday, Tuesday, July 23, 2019 by Doug Peterson, who is the current attorney general of the state of Nebraska and claims that the multinational lodging corporation purposely both hid the true price of hotel rooms from consumers and charged hidden mandatory resort fees for the purpose of increasing profits.

This lawsuit follows an investigation into the pricing practices of the lodging industry by…

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Marriott International Sued For Charging Deceptive Resort Fees by Attorney General of District of Columbia

The war against mandatory resort fees continues to heat up.

A lawsuit was filed against Marriott International, Incorporated earlier today, Tuesday, July 9, 2019 by Karl A. Racine, who is the current attorney general of the District of Columbia and claims that the multinational lodging corporation purposely both hid the true price of hotel rooms from consumers and charged hidden mandatory resort fees for the purpose of increasing profits.

This lawsuit follows an investigation into the pricing practices of the lodging industry by…

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