Tag Archives: Protections

Strine on Banker Conflicts, Standstill Agreements, Deal Protections, and Fiduciary Outs

Pepper Hamilton reports here on observations made by Judge Strine (recently promoted to Chancellor of the Delaware Court of Chancery) at a recent hearing on a motion to expedite litigation involving Validus Holdings's hostile bid to acquire Transatlantic Holdings. MAW … Continue reading

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U.S. Department of Transportation Expands Airline Passenger Protections

by P.J. Blount with the blog faculty Source – The Department of Transportation: DOT 51-11 Wednesday, April 20, 2011 U.S. Department of Transportation Expands Airline Passenger Protections WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced new airline passenger … Continue reading

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Employee's "informal" comment that he or she "may need FMLA leave" may not be sufficient to trigger FMLA protections

Employee's "informal" comment that he or she "may need FMLA leave" may not be sufficient to trigger FMLA protections Source: The FMLA Blog – http://federalfmla.typepad.com/fmla_blog/ Copyright © 2011. All rights reserved by Carl C. Bosland, Esq. Reproduced with permission. Mr. … Continue reading

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Even More Health Reform Guidance: Patient Protections Clarified

While I was on vacation last week, The Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor and Treasury issued interim final regulations that provide guidance on these provisions of the new law. The rules regarding preexisting conditions exclusion, lifetime and annual … Continue reading

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Providing volunteer with benefits deemed sufficient to trigger the Title VII protections available to employees and applicants

Providing volunteer with benefits deemed sufficient to trigger the Title VII protections available to employees and applicantsPietras v Farmingville Fire District, 180 F.3d 468 Victoria Pietras failed the performance test required by the Farmingville Fire District. She sued, claiming the … Continue reading

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