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As the March 1 "fiscal cliff" deadline approaches, many employers are considering worker furloughs to deal with the sequester budget cuts. But companies need to beware of violating wage and hour rule
...very good, says brief author Paul Enzinna, a partner at Brown Rudnick who specializes in white-collar defense and government investigations. ...
Financially distressed companies face a host of challenging legal issues when a potential reorganization or dissolution is on the horizon, especially in the balancing of fiduciary duties to constitue
How to minimize your company's employee liability risks in bankruptcy
What outside counsel should look for in relationships with clients
The growing wave of consumer class actions based on false advertising claims does not yet appear to have reached its crest, and with recent revisions to the "green" labeling guidelines, it may be far
Lawyers from Brown Rudnick on Wal-Mart's bribery scandal, and how in-house and outside counsel should work together when facing potential wrongdoing
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