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Workplace safety -- especially when it deals with beloved actor Harrison Ford -- is no laughing matter. And a Disney subsidiary is paying ~$2 million as a result.[io9] A look at the oral argument in Peña-Rodriguez v. Colorado. [Slate] This whole "publicly traded company" thing isn't working out so great for Slater & Gordon. [Law and More] A new summons for Governor Chris Christie over Bridgegate.
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