Mother Sues Ex-Employer After Fired Over Kids Disrupting At-Home Meeting

Blog   |   July 10, 2020

“Her childcare options evaporated overnight.” It happened to thousands of families when the state of California forced everyone to stay home as the coronavirus crept into town. It happened to Drisana Rios. The mother of two was an account executive … Continue reading

Brooks Brothers Files for Bankruptcy

Blog   |   July 9, 2020

Even if workers could head to the office right now, chances are they wouldn’t be wearing a Brooks Brothers suit. The 200-plus-year-old retailer best known for what would now be considered formal office attire has filed for bankruptcy, falling victim to … Continue reading

Johnny Depp Testifies Against Ex-Wife in Court

Blog   |   July 8, 2020

On Tuesday, the actor, 57, took the stand at a U.K. libel court case, in which Depp is suing The Sun after the tabloid ran an April 2018 headline calling him a “wife beater.” Heard, 34, previously alleged that Depp had been abusive during their … Continue reading

ICE Announces International Students Must Leave if School Goes Online-Only

Blog   |   July 7, 2020

The government announced Monday that international students will not be allowed to stay in the country if the institution in which they’re enrolled is holding online-only courses this fall, and those failing to comply with the rules will risk deportation. … Continue reading