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TORT BERRY v. KING COUNTY (12/15/2021) Holding: Court of Appeals (Div. 1) affirmed grant of summary judgment over plaintiff’s testimony that she hit her head and suffered a concussion when video evidence clearly contradicted her testimony, her testimony changed, and an uncontested biomechanical engineer supported a finding of no concussion. …

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EEOC Guidance Update The EEOC’s technical assistance document recaps the Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia decision and provides Q&A format guidance explaining the EEOC’s position on several sexual-orientation and gender-identity-related workplace discrimination issues: Non-LGBTQ+ job applicants and employees are also protected against sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination, and employers …

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QUESTION:  Is Claimant’s late notice to his UM Insurer excused if he didn’t realize the extent of his injuries and thought the Defendant’s liability insurance would be enough to cover claim? ANSWER:  It is a “fact-based” question so it depends on the facts. Sometimes, yes. Sometimes no. YES:  See Progressive …