New Database Empowers Young Lawyers to Review Judges and Expose Workplace Misconduct

Washington, D.C. — A new database is set to launch next month, offering young lawyers the opportunity to review their experiences working for judges and providing law students with insights into the reputations of potential employers. Created by former law clerk Aliza Shatzman, the platform aims to address concerns regarding abusive behavior by judges and improve workplace conditions for judicial employees. Shatzman, who founded the Legal Accountability Project in 2022, has already received over 800 surveys from current and former clerks since beginning her efforts last April. Her own experience with an abusive judge derailed … Read more

WWE Under Scrutiny: Internal Reactions to Janel Grant’s Lawsuit Expose McMahon’s Leadership

ORLANDO, FL – WWE is facing intense scrutiny after Janel Grant filed a lawsuit alleging sexual assault, exploitation, and trafficking against the organization, as well as its CEO Vince McMahon and John Laurinaitis. The lawsuit highlights a disturbing atmosphere within WWE that enables such misconduct. Although it was McMahon and Laurinaitis who allegedly committed the actions, the WWE itself has been accused of complicity. According to Dave Meltzer’s report in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, reactions to the lawsuit within WWE have been varied. One WWE star was deeply affected by reading the lawsuit, expressing sadness … Read more

Apple Executive’s Concerns Expose Facebook’s Breeding Ground for Child Predators, Lawsuit Alleges

New York – A newly unredacted complaint in a lawsuit against Meta, brought by New Mexico’s Attorney General in December, has revealed that an Apple executive informed Meta in 2020 that their 12-year-old child had been approached on Facebook. The lawsuit accuses Meta, formerly known as Facebook, of creating an environment that is conducive to child predators. The complaint, citing internal documents, highlights this incident as part of a longstanding concern about young users’ exposure to inappropriate content on the platform. It also alleges that at least one Meta employee raised worries internally that the … Read more

Former Georgia Election Workers Awarded $148 Million in Defamation Case Against Rudy Giuliani: Lies and Harassment Expose the Damaging Impact

WASHINGTON — A jury in Washington D.C. awarded $148 million in damages on Friday to two former Georgia election workers after they sued Rudy Giuliani for defamation. Giuliani’s false allegations caused the women to experience racist threats and harassment. Wandrea “Shaye” Moss and her mother, Ruby Freeman, described the devastating impact of the conspiracy theory spread by Giuliani, who was attempting to keep former President Donald Trump in power following his loss in the 2020 election. The damages included a $75 million award in punitive damages for Moss and Freeman, as well as approximately $36 … Read more