in workplaces, bullies are often applauded and rewarded, especially when their behaviors are seen to have increased output. Times, however, are slowly changing. In some workplaces, they are consideri
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In medical-malpractice cases, the divide between plaintiff and defense is as wide as a football field. What if both sides could work together presuit to define and clarify the issues that exist betwe
...more than one occasion and who has previously expressed to WIPS his commitment to the advancement of women, requested and was given an opportunity to...
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