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Laid Off Over 40? You Have Unique Rights When Offered Severance

Older workers’ experience, insights, and institutional knowledge can be valuable assets to a business. All …

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Layoffs, Downsizing, and Outsourcing… What Employees Should Know

With no end in sight to the global pandemic, many companies and especially large corporations …

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3 Pressure Points Executives Can Use When Negotiating a Severance Package

In any negotiation, each party comes to the process with unique pressure points. As the …

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Upcoding and Unbundling are Common Types of Healthcare Fraud

Upcoding and unbundling in healthcare are two forms of improper medical coding. Both fall under …

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Colorado Legislature Introduces the Colorado False Claims Act (CFCA)

For more than a decade Colorado has had the Colorado Medicaid False Claims Act, making …

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Reflection on National Whistleblower Day 2021

Why do we honor whistleblowers today? We honor whistleblowers because we rely on them to …

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Personal Injury

The ABC’s of What To Do In A Car Accident

An automobile collision is an unplanned and stressful event. However, knowing what to do before …

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Minnesota Car Accident – A Lived Experience

I was in a car accident in Saint Paul, MN, this summer with my wife …

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Nursing Homes. It’s a matter of trust

The decision to relocate a parent or other family member into a nursing home or …

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How to Cope With the Wrongful Death of a Loved One

Grief is a normal response to losing someone you love. The pain of the loss …

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Why I Take Personal Injury Cases to Trial

Personal injury cases take time. It can be one to two years or longer from …

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Civil Lawsuits: Providing a path to create social change

With the Covid-19 pandemic, violent hate groups, policing misconduct, national crises, and societal challenges at …

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Patients who need pain medication can receive such treatment in a variety of ways. Pills …

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“America’s Worst Charities” – Where is the Money Going?

Almost $1 billion of $1.3 billion donated to “America’s Worst Charities” in the past decade …

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Supreme Court Further Denies Basic Rights to Workers & Consumers

Recently the U.S. Supreme Court struck another blow against consumers and employees in the case …

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Class Action Lawsuit Basics

In our previous posts, we have reported on a number of class-action lawsuits involving chocolate, …

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Sales solicitations and collection calls can be very annoying, especially when a roto-dialer initiates contact …

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