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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has finalized a rule limiting late fees on credit card payments to $8, and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is considering a rule limiting overdraft fees to $3. These developments have led to an increase in private litigation against banks, including consumer class actions.
The California Fair Employment and Housing Act aims to provide the greatest protection for individuals with disabilities, and the Martinez case should serve as a reminder for employers to strictly adhere to the law and train their human resource departments and managerial employees.

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Banning TikTok would erode users' confidence in the government, tarnish America's reputation for freedom of expression, and trigger unforeseen repercussions in the global community.
The decision leaves open many questions about the meaning and implementation of Section 3, especially the criteria of "congruence and proportionality" for congressional legislation. The Court will have another opportunity to clarify these issues in the upcoming appeal of U.S. v. Trump, the criminal case against the former president.
ByteDance, the owner of TikTok, has to decide whether to sell the company, risk a government ban, or go public in the face of security concerns and regulatory pressures.

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