Three Things: Jigyasa
This one flew under the radar for some time. Jigyasa was first decided in March 2020 and then reconsidered almost a year later in 2021. (It was published in March 2021, and I am not sure whether the original decision was ever published in 2020 because neither I nor my robots noticed it). During that period of time, COVID happened. Ostensibly, that event allowed the penalty to be reduced from $90,000 to $30,000. Given the circumstances, it might be quite a reprieve for this respondent. Overall though, the decision brings troubling news for everyone else.
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