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Council Presidency progress report on work in the AHWP on strengthening the Banking Union

On 12 June 2018, the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU published a progress report on the work of the Ad Hoc Working Party on the Strengthening of the Banking Union (the AHWP). The AHWP met 4 times … Continue reading

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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR CHAPTER 13 PLAN DOESN’T “WORK” ANYMORE PART 3

In my last two blogs I’ve written about a common problem with chapter 13: a client’s financial situation has changed during the time the chapter 13 case is pending, and making a monthly chapter 13 payment to the trustee, which once … Continue reading

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This Summer, The Harman Firm Blogs About Mental Health Issues in the Work Place

by Owen H. Laird This Summer, The Harman Firm Blog is running a series of articles on mental health in the American workplace.  Millions of Americans suffer from a wide range of mental health issues, be they diagnosed or undiagnosed, … Continue reading

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What It Takes to Stay Competitive at Work

What are you doing to stay competitive at work? Oh, this was the reason you went in-house, to avoid the competition and nefarious shenanigans prevalent in many law firms. But then you realized that the competition didn’t stop once you … Continue reading

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Homework Can be Compensable Work Hours—Can You Believe It?

I have often blogged (and am concerned about) working time issues, especially when they comprise the basis for a class action. These are “soft,” subtle activities that may rise to the level of compensable time, catching n employer unawares. A … Continue reading

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