West End Jewelry Business Settles Lawsuit Over ‘Nanny Cam’ Scandal, Case Continues for Former Owner

RICHMOND, Va. – Lustre, a jewelry business located in Richmond, Virginia, and its co-owner, Robin Salzberg, have recently reached a settlement in a long-standing lawsuit. The legal battle was initiated by the Salzberg family’s former nanny, Sara Hatch, who had also worked for Lustre. Hatch had sought $5 million in damages, claiming workplace sexual harassment and emotional distress after discovering a hidden camera in the family’s bathroom. The lawsuit was first filed in September 2021, with Hatch initially identified as Jane Doe. However, a judge later ruled that her identity should be revealed. Throughout the … Read more

Akin Gump Continues to Expand its Legal Team with the Addition of a Financial Restructuring Lawyer from Paul Hastings

New York, NY – Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, a leading global law firm, has once again tapped into the talent pool at Paul Hastings LLP to bolster its financial restructuring team. The addition of a highly skilled lawyer aims to strengthen Akin’s capabilities in handling complex corporate reorganization cases. The new hire, whose identity has not been disclosed, brings a wealth of experience in handling financial restructuring matters. This move underscores Akin’s commitment to expanding its expertise in this area and providing top-notch legal services to its clients. Financial restructuring involves assisting … Read more

Tensions Rise in MLB Players Association as Leadership Dispute Continues to Escalate

New York City, New York – Tensions are escalating within the MLB Players Association as a contentious dispute over leadership unfolds. On Sunday, both sides fired fresh volleys, further intensifying the drama. Harry Marino, a lawyer who is being considered by some MLBPA members as a potential replacement for deputy executive director Bruce Meyer, alleged that players who expressed their opinions were subjected to threats, bullying, and retaliation from their peers. Marino’s claims were reported by The Athletic. In a statement, the 33-year-old lawyer stressed the importance of every union member’s right to freely express … Read more

Sentencing Phase Continues in Trial of Confessed Killer, Jury to Hand Down Punishment Amid Startling Mental Health Testimony

LUBBOCK, Texas – The sentencing phase of the trial for Kaleb Vasquez, who pleaded guilty to the murder of Roel Munoz, continued in downtown Lubbock on Wednesday. Over the course of two days, the jury heard testimony and is now poised to deliver a verdict. The defense team presented their case on Wednesday, aiming to shed light on the motive behind Vasquez’s random killing. In their opening statement, the defense made it clear that they did not seek to justify the murder of Munoz. They called two medical professionals who had conducted mental health evaluations … Read more