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Business & Legal Week in Review | Week of Oct. 28 - Nov. 1



Each week we sift through some of the most interesting business and legal issues that you might have missed. Our Week in Review is generally focused around the less publicized events of the week. Here are this week's stories.


Cuba Gooding, Jr. Indictment

Actor, Cuba Gooding Jr.pleaded not guilty Thursday afternoon to a new indictment brought by the Manhattan District Attorney. This is the third set of groping charges that have been filed against the actor. Gooding was originally charged with groping a woman on June 9, 2019, at a New York City nightclub. The updated indictment involves three counts of forcible touching and three counts of sexual abuse in the third degree. Cuba Gooding Jr. pleads not guilty to new misconduct claim - Fox News


Antwon Rose Lawsuit Dismissal

The wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Antwon Rose II against former police officer Michael Rosfeld and the borough of East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was been dismissed this week. The wrongful death lawsuit filed by Antwon Rose's family has been dismissed. - CNN


Sergeant Keith Wildhaber $20 Million Verdict

A police officer who was told to ‘tone down his gayness’ was awarded nearly $20 million after a lawsuit against his department. Court documents allege that Sergeant Keith Wildhaber was told to hide his sexuality if he wanted to get promoted.

Cop Told To ‘Tone Down His Gayness’ Awarded $20M Discrimination Payout

-UNLAD


White Castle Judge Brawl

Three Indiana judges are facing disciplinary charges in connection with an altercation at a Downtown Indianapolis White Castle that began with one judge giving two suspects the middle finger, and ended in two of the judges being shot and seriously injured, according to court documents.

3 Indiana Judges Facing Ethics Charges for White Castle Brawl -Indy Stars


LuLaRoe

LuLaRoe, the controversial multilevel marketing company that has faced a barrage of lawsuits over the past few years, is laying off all 167 employees at its California warehouse.

LuLaRoe Is Firing All 167 Employees At Its Warehouse After Years Of Legal Drama

-Buzzfeed



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