Late last month, the Florida Supreme Court codified into Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.280(h) the “apex doctrine” and declared the doctrine applies with equal force to high-ranking corporate and government officials.
Archives for September 16, 2021
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued warnings to the public regarding the potential health risks of using Delta-8 THC products on September 14, 2021.
The FDA’s latest consumer update, 5 Things To Know About Delta-8 Tetrahydrocannabinol – Delta-8 THC, begins with
While California’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) is often compared to class actions, many of the rules and regulations governing class actions are not present. And applying considerations like manageability to PAGA claims has caused California trial courts much consternation.
However, recently the California Court of Appeal for the Second
Amended lawsuit claims ABC News didn’t offer ‘Good Morning America’ producer a new contract
In the last legislative session, changes to the Texas Labor Code were made that could have significant impacts on small employers.
A look at how companies are helping their employees evade the state of Texas.
Burnout rates in the U.S. workforce remain high, according to a new study from property and casualty insurer The Hartford, and women are increasingly reporting higher rates of job-related exhaustion than men.
On September 9, 2021, President Biden issued his “COVID-19 Action Plan” that orders OSHA to establish a rule to mandate COVID-19 vaccines or weekly testing for all employers with 100 or more employees. The plan also includes an Executive Order with similar requirements for certain federal contractors. While many
On September 8, 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) announced its proposed powered haulage rule for surface mines and surface areas of underground mines. The proposed rule, which is open to public comment through November 8, 2021, will be set out at a new
Everyone one of us has been there.
Your employee, Johnny, takes a leave of absence because he stubbed his toe at work, resulting in a lengthy worker’s compensation absence. For one reason or another, Johnny’s one week leave of absence turns into one month, then six months.
One night, right