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HRM CA | 12 Nov 2013, 12:01 AM Agree 0
Dating site Ashley Madison has described a $20m lawsuit as “frivolous” and “extortionary”.
  • Islandgirl | 12 Nov 2013, 10:06 AM Agree 0
    My biggest concern with fraudulent claims such as the one in this article is that some bleeding-heart arbitrator, labour lawyer or judge will find a way to make an award for this claim. I believe the courts should be awarding costs to employers when people are found to make fraudulent claims for sick compensation, disability or workers compensation.
  • Lissa O. | 16 Nov 2013, 04:32 PM Agree 0
    Wow..I don't know what's worse, a site that helps married people cheat or one of their employees suing after creating fake profiles for them.
    She probably won't succeed in her suit but claiming that the company does fake profiles is bad for the brand. From a business stand point, if she's lying they should sue her.
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