"Students in the Seattle Public Schools, like students around the country, are struggling with anxiety, depression, thoughts of self-harm, and suicidal ideation, which led King County to join the U.S. Surgeon General last year in recognizing the youth mental health crisis in this community," the Keller Rohrback law firm, which is handling the case, said in a statement. "According to the Surgeon General, one in five children aged 13 to 17 now suffer from a mental health disorder."
Live Litigation and Out-of-Court Resolutions: Yale Law Interns Experience Both in Records Dispute With HUD
"I think it was critical because these kinds of opportunities are harder and harder to find in private practice and for people who are relatively fresh out of law school," said Jeffrey Gentes, a George W. and Sadella D. Crawford Visiting Clinical Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School and the managing attorney at the Connecticut Fair Housing Center.
Administrative Patent Judge Steven Amundson wrote that Centripetal Networks' claim of bias 'lacks merit,' but that he was withdrawing to simplify the issues and give a replacement judge more time to get up to speed. It's the latest move in a tit-for-tat fight between Centripetal and Cisco over judicial recusals.
A federal judge has approved a $2.25 million class action settlement in favor of workers who were allegedly instructed by their employer not to include two 15-minute breaks when recording their compensable hours on their daily timesheets and further awarded the plaintiffs' attorneys one-third of the common fund.