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Nursing Home Patients Cannot be Forced into Arbitration
10/15/2016 12:52:22 PM
Description: A new rule from the Department of Health and Human Services now bars nursing homes from forcing patients and families into arbitration. The rule applies to new patients and allows them to file lawsuits against nursing homes. Previously, these

Union’s Continue to Complain about Pro-Tax Payer Reforms by State Governors
9/10/2016 11:55:46 AM
Description: The United States Court of Appeals recently joined the Ninth Circuit Court in calling certain arbitration agreements too broad for denying workers’ rights. This decision reportedly “struck fear” into the hearts of corporations

NFL Agrees to Arbitration on Positive PED tests
8/29/2013 11:51:40 AM
Description: The NFL and the NFLPA recently had conversations regarding the use of testing, and while HGH testing was the primary focus for much of the media coverage, another important was raised with regard to PED testing.  As part of these conversations,

Mediation, Arbitration or Litagation:How employers can evaluate the options
6/29/2012 10:06:05 AM
Description:   MEDIATION, ARBITRATION OR LITIGATION:   HOW EMPLOYERS CAN EVALUATE THE OPTIONS   Amy Lieberman, Esq.   Workplace disputes are something that all employers face at some point. The larger the employer, the more frequently

Judge Orders Arbitration in TX Sexual Harassment Case
6/25/2012 10:05:09 AM
Description: Angela Jones of Beaumont, TX apparently didn't know it, but she signed away all rights to sue employer JK Chevrolet of Nederland, TX in court. A judge recently ruled that Jones's suit against the employer is invalid in court and must go to