Marta Fernandez got a call earlier this year from a client with a weight problem. Her client, a hotel and resort chain, was troubled about how to handle a request by an obese employee at one of its C
Obesity rates among the nation's work force at an all-time high portend claims from plaintiffs demanding accommodations for their condition — and lawsuits against employers that fail to provide
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Multinationals frequently bump up against multijurisdiction antibribery probes under laws like the FCPA. An international treaty is supposed to sort out who does what—but hasn't so far
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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