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Inappropriate Treatment Policies: Central Issues and a Working Example

At 10:30 on Saturday, October 20, 2018, at ASBH 2018, check out "Inappropriate Treatment Policies: Central Issues and a Working Example." When a patient or surrogate asks for a treatment or other intervention that the attending physician believes is medically … Continue reading

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Working Group on euro risk-free rates recommends ESTER as new euro risk-free rate

On 13 September 2018, the European Central Bank (ECB) published a press release outlining the recommendations of the private sector working group on euro-risk free rates (the Working Group). The Working Group has recommended that the euro short-term rate (ESTER) … Continue reading

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Working Too Hard Could Harm Your Career

Working too hard could harm your career – who would have thunk it? The next time a colleague accuses you of phoning it in, just remind them of the dangers of working too hard or learn the power of saying … Continue reading

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MOD issues asbestos warning to engineers working on Sea King helicopters

According to press reports this week, the Ministry of Defence has issued a warning to Royal Navy and RAF maintenance personnel who worked on Sea King helicopters that they may have come into contact with asbestos. The warning follows an … Continue reading

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CBS Parking Spot Case Settles: Another Example Of A FLSA Working Time Issue Gone Viral

I had blogged about this case when it first came out. It struck me as very interesting because not only is the subject matter unique, it also raises the whole thorny issue of what is (or is not) working time. … Continue reading

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