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This week on Legal RoundUp with MeidasTouch.com‘s Ben  Meiselas of GERAGOS & GERAGOS we cover: Racial Profiling in the enforcement of COVID policy; the DOJ dropping Michael Flynn’s charges ; Federal limitations on COVID-related liability; SCOTUS’ overturning of the Christie/Bridgegate convictions; and our Federal PPP Class Action lawsuits. #CARES #PPP #COVID-19 #DOJ #triallawyers #bridgegate #scotus #meidastouch…
ZPP is proud to represent business consultant AD Sims LLC, along with our colleagues Ben Meiselas and Michael Adler,  in a class action case filed last week in Chicago federal court against Bank of America and other banks for failure to pay  the required borrower’s agent fees under the Federal PPP and CARES Act.  Contact  ZPP attorneys Michael Popok, Mitch Mandell, Hamutal Lieberman or Michelle Malone for more information. Click here to
Along with co-counsel Ben Meiselas of  Geragos & Geragos, APC, we filed a lawsuit earlier this week against DePaul University, exposing the corrupt culture of its Athletics Department.  The story has been covered by various major news sources, including TMZ: DePaul Sued, Accused Of Covering Up ‘Abusive Cult’…In School’s Softball Team. #FireJLP #DePaul #DePaulAthletics Click here to view the filed lawsuit.
COVID-19 has put us even more at the mercy of the Internet and the “Internet of Things” (IoT) those Internet-connected home and business devices, from Siri and Alexa to refrigerators, stoves, hot water heaters, HVAC printers and copiers, etc.—that are logged on without one being conscious of the fact.  Stories abound about how we are responding to the COVID-19 crisis with increased use of the Internet for socializing at a distance, working remotely,…
As a regular contributor to the new media outlet founded by Ben Meiselas (@meiselasb) MeidasTouch.com and its coverage of business, law, sports, media and politics (and the intersection of all 5,  our Managing Partner, Michael Popok has published a timely thought-piece about the potential effects of the war on Covid-19 on our privacy rights — National Antibody Identification Cards and Smart Phone Apps May Be in Your Future in the Next 30-90 Days
As a regular contributor to the new media outlet MeidasTouch.com and its coverage of business, law, sports and politics (and the intersection of all 4), along with its publisher, Ben Meiselas, our Managing Partner, Michael Popok just published a thought-piece about the constitutionality of a national lockdown–  OPINION: Quarantine and National Lockdown Orders May Not Be Constitutional
As New York’s businesses were already coping with the harsh consequences of COVID-19, Governor Cuomo directed in the “New York On Pause” Executive Order that took effect Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 8 p.m., all businesses and not-for-profit entities in New York State shall reduce the in-person workforce at each business/work location by 100% from pre-state of emergency declaration employment levels. However, the Executive Order provided a carve out for “essential businesses or…