Tag Archives: Decision

Family Attorney Fears Tax Decision Smuggles Religion Into Family Law

shot of word marriage getty Family law attorney Sue Moss thinks that Judge Emin Toro of the United States Tax Court has done a great disservice to women, particularly Orthodox Jewish women, in his decision in the case of the Estate of Semone Grossman. She fears that this decision of a federal court may smuggle inequitable… Read More »

It May be Time to Review Employment Policies: Regulations on the Horizon for Use of Automated Employment Decision Tools | Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C.

Employers’ use of artificial intelligence in assessing job applicants and employees has increased rapidly throughout the last decade.  These tools are used in a variety of contexts, such as making hiring decisions, determining promotions, and evaluating employee performance.  However, as more employers implement forms of artificial intelligence in their hiring processes, a demand for regulation… Read More »

Roughly 7 in 10 Gen Z, Millennial Student Loan Borrowers Delayed a Major Financial Decision as a Result of This Debt

NEW YORK – April 20, 2022 – Seventy-four percent of Gen Zers (ages 18-25) and 68% of millennials (ages 26-41) who took on student loan debt for their own education delayed a major financial decision as a result of this debt, according to a new Bankrate.com report. This includes things like saving for emergencies, saving… Read More »

DA expects January decision on charges in Lofton’s death

Cedric Lofton died a day before his 18th birthday after losing consciousness in Wichita’s juvenile intake facility. Courtesy of the family The Sedgwick County district attorney says his office is reviewing evidence and plans to make a decision in January about whether to pursue criminal charges in 17-year-old Cedric “CJ” Lofton’s in-custody death, which was… Read More »