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Clerk for federal judge who retired after sexual misconduct details ‘hostile, demeaning’ workplace

“Kozinski retired from the federal bench last month after multiple women, including former female law clerks, accused the judge of sexual misconduct, including inappropriate touching and showing them pornography” writes Melissa Quinn for washingtonexaminer.com. Katherine Ku clerked for Kozinski from 2003 to 2004 and now is a corporate and securities counsel at a law firm in Los Angeles.A former clerk for Judge Alex Kozinski, who retired from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals amid allegations of sexual misconduct, detailed in a new op-ed the “hostile” work environment she experienced…

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5 surprisingly simple investing rules that real people say will help preserve your wealth for your entire life

“Investing for retirement isn’t something that’s reserved for hotshot Wall Street types, but is something that all Americans can do” writes Elena Holodny for businessinsider.com. The survey identified five rules retired boomer investors found to be “essential” to saving for a secure retirement, which could be useful for younger investors who are just starting out.Although some younger investors might think diving into investing right away is intimidating or boring, those who start investing earlier could end up with significantly greater returns.The differences are remarkable: Chloe, who invested over her entire…

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Kevin Durant shares what he learned from having dinner with Kobe in his final season

“Just be curious and always grow, always want to grow as a man, as a person, as a player” writes Nick Schwartz for usatoday.com. But now that Durant is a champion with the Warriors and Bryant’s jerseys are about to be retired, KD brought the dinner up himself while answering a question, and he also shared what he learned from being around the retired Laker. Source: usatoday.com Share This:

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The new law supported by opioid makers that Jeff Sessions, 44 states and a top DEA official want changed

“The Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act of 2016 was pushed through Congress by a small band of lawmakers backed by a powerful array of drug companies” writes Scott Higham for sun-sentinel.com. Geldhof now works as a consultant to lawyers suing drug companies over the opioid crisis.They join a chorus of voices calling for changes to the law that includes Attorney General Jeff Sessions, 44 state attorneys general and the head of the DEA office that regulates pharmaceuticals.The law has undermined the DEA’s most potent tools in the…

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Don’t sack public figures accused of sexual harassment, says retired judge

“Mr Sargeant was suspended by the Labour Party and sacked as a minister before a formal investigation had even taken place” writes Chief Reporter for telegraph.co.uk. Politicians accused of sexual misconduct must not be suspended until a full investigation has been completed, insists the retired High Court judge who wrote a damning report into the police’s Westminster paedophile inquiry. Source: telegraph.co.uk Share This:

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Scotland Yard now investigating retired police officer over Damian Green ‘porn’ revelations

“Scotland Yard is investigating the unauthorised release of confidential information after a retired police officer claimed he had seen thousands of pornographic images on a computer used by Damian Green, the current First Secretary of State” writes Tom Harris for telegraph.co.uk. Mr Lewis said he had been told by the Metropolitan Police to delete the data but explained: “Morally and ethically I didn’t think that was a correct way to continue.”. He added that he erased the data as requested but kept the copies in the knowledge that experts would…

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Former NBA player David Lee might be joining Social Capital, the VC firm with deep ties to the Warriors

“Lee stated that he had received a call from a few close friends who run “an unbelievable venture capital firm…in the Bay.”” writes Zo Bernard for businessinsider.com. Former Warriors player David Lee may be following in the footsteps of other elite basketball players and joining the ranks of venture capitalists.Lee, who retired from the NBA last week, hinted at his interest in working with a Bay Area technology firm in an interview with NBC Sports. Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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