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Severance agreements carry more explicit terms

Ever since the #MeToo movement became a household phrase following the Harvey Weinstein allegations, companies of all kinds have been reevaluating the terms of their severance agreements. It is a testimony to modern corporate life that many severance agreements now contain explicit language based on a company’s new code of conduct—but in some, the language is still unclear.

$250 million auto insurance fraud settlement

State Farm Insurance, the largest property casualty insurance company in the country, was the defendant in a lawsuit for fraud which they recently settled out of court; 4.7 million plaintiffs brought the class-action lawsuit naming State Farm as the defendant in the case. These policyholders claimed the company cheated them by using substandard vehicle replacement parts.

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