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Dismissal for misconduct cannot be based (solely) on anonymous reports

Anonymous reports have been mistrusted for a number of years in France, for historical reasons. While anonymity enables individuals to raise their voice more openly, without being the targets of retaliation measures, it can also drift into slander. This explains … Continue reading

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Marriage Based Petition and Adjustment of Status Green Card Approval for Indian Client in California

CASE: Marriage-Based Adjustment of Status NATIONALITY: India                                                                                                        LOCATION: Chatsworth, CA Our client is from India who came to the U.S. on an F-1 student visa to pursue his graduate studies. In March 2018, our client married his current U.S. citizen … Continue reading

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N.J. Appellate Division Outlines Public Policy Limits on Employment Based Arbitration Agreements

By Alex Lee, Esq. In two recent decisions both decided on August 23, 2018, the Appellate Division simultaneously confirmed the broad deference New Jersey courts give to Arbitration Agreements in the employment context, while also marking limitations as to how … Continue reading

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North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Claim Involving Kitchen Slip-and-Fall Denied Based on Failure to Link Additional Claim for Benefits with Original Injury

Filing a claim for workers’ compensation benefits is merely the first step in receiving the financial support that you need and deserve after an accident at work. Your employer’s insurance carrier may contest your claim or seek a denial of … Continue reading

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Third Circuit Affirms False Claims Act Dismissal Based on Reasonable Interpretation

By JP Ellison & Alan M. Kirschenbaum — In United States of America ex rel Streck v. Allergan Inc., a federal False Claims Act (FCA) case alleging that several pharmaceutical manufacturers knowingly calculated false Average Manufacturer Prices (AMPs) that affected … Continue reading

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