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    During James Ealy’s trial on charges that he murdered Mary Hutchinson during an early morning robbery of a Burger King in far north-suburban Lindenhurst, prosecutors presented testimony that police officers asked 31 current and former employees to voluntarily submit to DNA testing — and Ealy was the only person who refused.
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    New York Times columnist David Brooks wrote an excellent column in mid-May titled “Putting Grit in Its Place.” In the column, Brooks cites recent research which finds that those students and professionals motivated by an altruistic end — rather than that of, say, money — generally possess more “grit,” or perseverance.
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    In reviewing disability determinations, a number of problematic issues appear with relative frequency. The recently issued ruling in Groth v. Centurylink Disability Plan, 2016 WL 1621724 (S.D. Ohio, April 25, 2016), contains a potpourri of such issues.
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    For the first time, employers have been empowered with a private federal cause of action for the misappropriation of a company’s trade secrets.
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