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Navigating Disability Law and Leave Obligations

Employers face even greater challenges in meeting the often varying legal obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and the Family Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) – in addition to...
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Negative Online Reviews: The Best Defense

By Geoffrey Belzer, Esq. of Wilson Elser A recent Washington Post article examined the issue of patient privacy complaints after medical providers responded to negative Yelp® reviews about medical care. The issue of how...
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Negligence Claims Against Insurance Adjusters?

By Seth L. Laver, Esq., Jennifer M. Mannion, Esq. and David E. Leach, Esq. of Goldberg Segalla LLP   Claims professionals, a/k/a “adjusters” play an important role in evaluating and defending an insured claim...
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Negotiating the Don'ts Unless You Want to Lose

Don’t give variables without receiving concessions back. Don’t create precedents.  Think of the long term. Don’t negotiate on areas over which you have no control. Don’t rush or panic. Don’t deadlock. Don’t stop thinking...
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Negotiating the Do's to Win

Negotiation is the process of discussing ways to find a bigger solution for both sides. Aim high. Understand who has the power and how you’ll counter it. Negotiate with people who are able to...
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