...sleeplessness and anxiety-but evidence of no disruption in patient care or interaction with colleagues who read the defamatory letter-does not rise to the...
...She alleges Jones and Monck had ordered her to report her recent interactions with Hanschen and she had sent an email to Jones containing the...
A lot of conversations about social media mention the explosive growth of networks like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. They also include at least one individual who will tell you, unequivocally, tha
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...a case of machine replacing humans; it is the process used and interaction of man and machine that the courts need to examine."...
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