Fitness Coalition, LI Law Firm Spearhead Lawsuit Against Cuomo

SYOSSET, NY —Two weeks after Michigan’s Supreme Court overturned the continued emergency executive orders of Gov. Whitmer, a coalition of business owners on Long Island are hoping their own lawsuit will achieve the same result in New York.

The New York Fitness Coalition, an advocacy group of gym owners who came together during the coronavirus pandemic, is leading the class-action lawsuit. A news conference to announce the lawsuit is being held Wednesday at the Sysosset office of The Mermigas Law Group, P.C.

Charlie Cassara founded the New York Fitness Coalition, which sued Gov. Cuomo in July, seeking an injunction of Cuomo’s orders in order for gyms to reopen. This lawsuit, Cassara, says is a broader effort to declare the extended emergency executive orders that Cuomo uses to mandate the COVID-19 business and school regulations as unconstitutional and illegal.

“This wasn’t his job,” Cassara told Patch. Once the original aims of

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Clinical Trials Hit by Ransomware Attack on Health Tech Firm

The incidents also follow more than a thousand ransomware attacks on American cities, counties and hospitals over the past 18 months. The attacks, once treated as a nuisance, have taken on greater urgency in recent weeks as American officials worry they may interfere, directly or indirectly, with the November election.

A ransomware attack in Germany resulted in the first known death from a cyberattack in recent weeks, after Russian hackers seized 30 servers at University Hospital Düsseldorf, crashing systems and forcing the hospital to turn away emergency patients. As a result, the German authorities said, a woman in a life-threatening condition was sent to a hospital 20 miles away in Wuppertal and died from treatment delays.

ERT’s clients at IQVIA and Bristol Myers Squibb said they had been able to limit problems because they had backed up their data, but the attack forced many clinical trial investigators to move to

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Marico share rises over 5% after firm divests stake in Revolutionary Fitness

diagram: Marico share rises over 5% after firm divests stake in Revolutionary Fitness

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Marico share rises over 5% after firm divests stake in Revolutionary Fitness

Shares of Marico gained over 5% in Friday’s trade after the company said it has divested its entire stake in Revolutionary Fitness, a company providing a fitness and wellness solutions app.

Following the update, Marico share price touched an intraday high of Rs 361.55 on BSE, rising 5.47% against the last close of Rs 342.80. The stock price of Marico also touched an intraday low of Rs 344.25, after opening at Rs 344.25. Marico stock has gained 3.77% in the last 2 days of consecutive gains.

Marico shares trade higher than 5, 100 and 200-day moving averages but lower than 20 and 50-day moving averages. Market capitalisation of the firm stood at Rs 45,806 crore as of today’s session.

Marico stock has risen 3%% since the beginning of the year.

As per the filing,

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