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Out of the Frying Pan and into the Fire: The Reality of Whistleblowing

Did you hear about the referee that got fired from the NBA? Turns out he’s a whistleblower.  Okay, so that was corny. But it’s a good pun to introduce a common misconception: whistleblowers aren’t people who stand around blowing whistles. However, they can get fired. That’s the problem we’ll be talking about

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Judge Michael P. Allen

Judge Michael Allen was nominated by the President of the United States in June 2017. He was confirmed by the United States Senate, and appointed a Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims in August 2017. United States District Judge Elizabeth Kovachevich of the Middle District

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Did you know two entities may be jointly and severally liable as employers for minimum wage and overtime violations brought by an employee?

Under federal and state employment laws, employers have a legal obligation to compensate their workers for labor and services performed. The U.S. Department of Labor enacted the Fair Labor Standards Act which “establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and youth employment standards affecting employees in the private sector and in

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Understanding Complex Litigation

What is Complex Litigation? Complex Litigation is a large civil case that a company may faceinvolving multiple parties from multiple jurisdictions, a lot of money at risk, and in-depth legalmatters. What are common causes of commercial and consumer litigation?There is a variety of cases in commercial and consumer litigation cases.

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