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Premises Liability

- Read why a hotel is not responsible for the rape of one guest by another, according to a federal appeals court.

Retaliation

- A former employee of an Atlantic City hotel must prove his discrimination charge was made in good faith and show it wasn't just a way to set up a retaliation charge when he was fired.

Counterintelligence Strategy

- Take a look at the new counterintelligence strategy to thwart threats to U.S. national security, recently signed by the President.

Chemical Security

- Chemical facilities at a high risk for terrorism must do more to protect their infrastructure. A final interim rule from DHS lays down requirements.

Energy Security

- What are the challenges protecting to energy assets and infrastructure? Energy Business Reports explains with security recommendations to counter the risk.

Disaster Response

- A Canadian not-for-profit takes an outsider's look at the response to Hurricane Katrina, identifying factors that led to the collapse of good governance and lessons learned.

Driver's Licenses

- Mayors, governors, and civil libertarians gave Congress an earful about the REAL ID Act, saying that it is costly, impractical, and will put private data at risk. They are pushing for a revised law.

Communications Interoperability

- First responder communications in four states and 11 localities were reviewed by the GAO to assess how well homeland security grant money is being spent.

IT Security

- INS conducted a survey about what prevents IT professionals from setting up the best possible security programs. Get the results.

Sexual Harassment

- A male assistant manager at a truck stop filed charges of sexual harassment when the company responded to his complaint by forcing him to move to another location 120 miles away; the courts ruled that it constituted an adverse action.

Religious Discrimination

- A medical testing company was sued by a former employee for religious discrimination, because it wanted him to work Saturday, his Sabbath. The court ruled in the company's favor, finding no religious discrimination.

False Imprisonment

- A woman sued a casino operator for false arrest and false imprisonment after she was ejected for picking up a dropped slot-machine token. A U.S. district court upheld the awarding of large punitive damages because the security staff's conduct was deemed egregious.

Urban Terror

- The National Academies and the Russian Academy of Sciences share their experience and advice on fighting urban terrorism.
 




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