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Earlier this year, the Ninth Circuit heard the case of Busk, et al. v. Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc.. The claims were brought by former employees who were subjected to security screenings by the company to curb employee theft of retail merchandise at Amazon.com warehouses. During these screenings, which occurred at the end of every shift, employees waited up to 25 minutes to be searched; removed their wallets, keys, and belts; and passed through metal detectors.
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Customers have had many complaints over the years about not just the customer service but also the quality of the products that they have received from Hurd Windows and Doors. From faulty locking mechanisms to the insulation gas leaking out of windows and doors, customers of Hurd Windows and Doors have made their frustrations known. One of the more troubling problems that we’ve heard about relates to broken seals on the windows and doors. Apparently, the seals and vinyl nailing fin used in Hurd’s windows and doors fail due to weather exposure and direct sunlight. When the seals break, water is able to penetrate the interior, which can cause rotting and mold. The damage can be extensive and certainly expensive. Other visible signs of broken seals includes permanent fogging of the glass. Many of these issues have already been the subject of litigation since the late 1990s, including the failed seals resulting in permanent fogging. Nonetheless, the defective windows and doors continue to be purchased or inherited with the homeowners being none the wiser.
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With potentially hundreds of millions of dollars unaccounted for, the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office has suspended, and intends to terminate, most of the managers who have handled sheriff’s sales of foreclosed Philadelphia properties. The Director of Finance and Compliance, the Solicitor and the Real Estate Supervisor – all suspended. The private company that handled sheriff’s sales – fired. All sheriff’s sales are on hold for the next two months, and the Philadelphia District Attorney has been put on notice. This upheaval is mostly due to the hard work and investigation of Philadelphia’s City Controller, Alan Butkovitz, who concluded that former Sheriff John D. Green and his staff created “an opportunity for fraud” by failing to adequately track $53 million handled by the Sheriff’s Office.
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A múlt héten, július 8-án, 2010, a város tulajdonában lévő uszály futott át, és felborult egy csónak túra a Delaware folyó Philadelphia, ömlött 37 embert a folyóba. A fedélzeten volt néhány magyar diák turista, aki utazott itt az utazásszervező által rendezett Marshallton United Methodist Church West Chester, Pennsylvania. Két turista – 16 éves Dora Schewendtner és 20 éves Szabolcs Prem – továbbra is hiányzik idején az első blog Tragikus, jelentések már megerősítette, hogy mind meghaltak a vizekben a Delaware, a testük végén vissza a múlt héten.
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Két ember még mindig hiányzik után a Philadelphia turista hajó volt, ütött egy uszály, ömlött az utasokat a Delaware folyó. A helyi jelentések, volt 37 utas a hajón. Mind, kivéve a 2 – egy 16 éves lány és 20 éves férfi, mind a magyar turisták – már megmentette, mint az idő ebben a blogban.
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Results from a new study support the link between Viagra and the increased risk of long-term hearing loss in men taking the drug. The study, which is being published in the May 18, 2010, issue of the Archives of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, also suggests an increased risk posed by other similar phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE-5i) drugs, such as Cialis and Levitra.
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Have you been charged bank overdraft fees without overdraft protection consent?

Have you been allowed to continue charging to your bank debit card, even though insufficient funds were available in your account? After being able to make a charge with insufficient funds, have you found your bank has charged an overdraft fee upwards of $35? Overdraft charges can easily add up to hundreds of dollars without you knowing it!

If you have been INVOLUNTARILY enrolled in overdraft protection services, you may be eligible to seek compensation!