August 30, 2006

Above the Law.

David Lat -- late of UnderneathTheir Robes, later of Wonkette -- is back, with a new blog project called Above the Law. And he thinks I'm a machine.

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Once a TV programme ‘Good Morning America’ contacted 7-Eleven over the matter, the company sent a statement acknowledging the mistake and apologised for the misunderstandings. Less than a week after the Faruques received a check for $45,000.

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Praeger said the only way for a change is if more employees complained: “Establishing a pattern relies on employees complaining, and often times they don't. "They don't get the benefit because they just, they throw up their hands and say, 'Well, I have no recourse.'”
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Praeger said that the federal Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) safeguards companies like 7-Eleven from punitive damages: “Their only incentive would be wanting to keep good employees. They are insulated.”
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According to Sandy Praeger, former president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, third-party insurance providers have little incentive to care.
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