Big opportunities that require a big shift in mindset.
As the title plainly says, readers will find below a list of four opportunities for legal industry innovators. But before we get to the juicy stuff—because everyone loves a list—I want to commend the source for this list: James P. Womack, Daniel T. Jones, & Daniel Roos, The Machine That Changed the World (1990). It is…Continue Reading Four opportunities for legal industry innovators (195)
The Zoom CLE entitled “Mediation/Arbitration Tips” that I created and previously presented in Luzerne and Lackawanna County is set to be presented again, this time in Monroe County on September …Continue Reading Please Save the Date – September 25th – Mediation/Arbitration Tips to be Presented Again
The differences of opinion on how to handle claims of recklessness in a personal injury Complaint continues across Pennsylvania.
Here is a LINK to a detailed Order issued by Judge…Continue Reading Some Courts Continue to Allow Allegations of Recklessness Regardless of the Facts of the Case
Split of Authority on Propriety of Allegations of Recklessness in the Absence of Supporting Facts Continues
The split of authority continues with respect to how Pennsylvania trial courts are viewing what level of pleading is necessary to support a claim of recklessness in a personal injury…Continue Reading Split of Authority on Propriety of Allegations of Recklessness in the Absence of Supporting Facts Continues
The most common type of civil case filed in Washington County is the mortgage foreclosure.
Nearly half of all cases filed in Washington County in January 2020 were mortgage foreclosures.Continue Reading Most Common Types of Civil Law Cases
On July 22, 2020 Leaflink, a B2B cannabis marketplace, closed a $250 million senior secured credit facility with an undisclosed private lender.Continue Reading Reading the Leaves: Financing Trends in the Cannabis Industry
Feuding Business Partners in Private Companies: Considering Arbitration to Resolve Partnership Disputes
It is common for private company co-owners to have disagreements while they operate their business, but they typically work through these disputes themselves. In those rare instances where conflicts escalate…Continue Reading Feuding Business Partners in Private Companies: Considering Arbitration to Resolve Partnership Disputes
Manufacturing Expert, Lisa Anderson, Notes Workforce Talent and Suppliers are Critical to Stabilizing the Supply Chain
CLAREMONT, CALIFORNIA – August 24, 2020 – Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert, Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, president of LMA Consulting Group Inc., tells companies to recognize workforce talents and…Continue Reading Manufacturing Expert, Lisa Anderson, Notes Workforce Talent and Suppliers are Critical to Stabilizing the Supply Chain
Over the past couple of months, we have written on decisions by various European insurers to pay policyholders for their COVID-19 related losses. That positive trend is now moving across…Continue Reading South African Insurers Agree to Pay for COVID-19 Losses
Family’s Wrongful Death Claims for Ranch Hand Trampled to Death by Cattle Allowed to Proceed to Trial
Introduction. In this tragic case involving interesting legal issues, a ranch hand was killed when he was trampled by cattle while working for a ranch. The ranch hand’s surviving…Continue Reading Family’s Wrongful Death Claims for Ranch Hand Trampled to Death by Cattle Allowed to Proceed to Trial
Amid the United States’ growing opioid crisis, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) issued new guidance on employers’ obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) regarding job applicants or…Continue Reading EEOC Issues Guidance on Employee Opioid Use and the Americans With Disabilities Act
With some employees returning to the office, and many states now permitting non-essential business travel, business managers are beginning to reassess the feasibility of a mobile workforce. One barrier to…Continue Reading Navigating Business Travel Through the Pandemic
Federal Court Rules for Gov. Whitmer’s Administration and Upholds Testing Plan to Protect Michigan Agricultural, Food Processing Workers
One Big Thing in Michigan COVID-19 News:
On August 21, 2020, U.S. Federal Court Judge Paul Maloney of the Western District Court for Michigan issued an order denying a motion…Continue Reading Federal Court Rules for Gov. Whitmer’s Administration and Upholds Testing Plan to Protect Michigan Agricultural, Food Processing Workers
Let’s take a break from worrying about the global pandemic to check on the health of your equity incentive plan. While we recommend that clients conduct a checkup every year…Continue Reading Time for a Checkup for Your Equity Incentive Plan?
In an August 13 decision the National Labor Relations Board upheld an administrative law judge’s decision denying William Beaumont Hospital’s motion for an in-person hearing for an unfair labor practice…Continue Reading NLRB Approves Video Hearing For Nurses Against Hospital’s Opposition – But It’s Not All Bad…
- Updated OCR Guidance on Contacting Recovered COVID-19 Patients
- Federal Court stays repeal of “On the Basis of Sex” definition in recent nondiscrimination final rule one day before regulations take effect
- Nursing homes, still coping poorly with Covid-19, turn to lobbyists to shield them from legal accountability