...and salary estimates from the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics. In calculating support...
...U.S. Department of Labor statistics [PDF] confirm that fact...face liability issues from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, as...
...expenses. You can read the statistics, which come from a study...in the areas of physical, occupational, and speech therapy. The company...
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SB404's failure to define key terms could result in costly lawsuits for employers, explains Dana Kravetz of Michelman & Robinson
...than done. The importance of doing so is apparent. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration broadly defines the term "workplace violence"...
When the government freezes the money needed by an indicted criminal defendant to hire a lawyer, he or she should be able to challenge that indictment during a pretrial hearing, a Miami attorney argu
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When the government freezes the money that an indicted criminal defendant needs to hire a lawyer, he or she should be able to challenge that indictment during a pretrial hearing, a Miami attorney arg
In his Construction Accident Litigation column, Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo partner Brian J. Shoot discusses how New York compares to other states in imposing liability under common law w
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