Tag Archives: Sleep

Car Accident Risks: How Much Sleep Did You Get Last Night?

Do you like to stay up late binge-watching Netflix?   Does your FOMO result in you getting only a few hours of sleep?  Does work stress and anxiety leave you tossing and turning?  If these things or anything else is keeping … Continue reading

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Sleep deprivation: Know whether it’s a performance problem or a disability

Employers striving for a diverse workforce take care not to discriminate against employees with a disability, but hidden disabilities can be tricky. Supervisors might think they’re dealing with performance problems when they really should be considering whether an employee has … Continue reading

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Was the Driver Who Hit Your Car Drunk — Or Sleep Deprived?

Have you seen a driver keep drifting into your lane, hitting the rumble strip or running a red light until another driver beeps the horn and he slams on his brakes? The driver is drunk, right? No, maybe he or she … Continue reading

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Lawyers, You Can Sleep When You're Dead (Benefits of Being an In-House Lawyer VII)

The much-acclaimed "Benefits of Being an In-House Lawyer" series continues with this latest gem courtesy of AboveTheLaw. In-housers, here's hoping you are never relegated to an in-office sleep pod in lieu of your own comfy bed. Yikes! [via: Lawyers, You … Continue reading

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Can Saying 'I'm Sorry' Before Couples Go to Sleep Cause Divorce?

Ah, catchy title, right? I knew I'd hook you with that one. Seriously, though, I do have a point. A few years ago, I represented the wife in a fairly straight forward divorce action in which she was the Plaintiff … Continue reading

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