Though the multi-billion dollar medical tourism industry is dominated by Asia, it is on the rise in the United States, with many wealthy international patients eyeing the U.S.’s innovative treatments in areas such as orthopedic and cosmetic surgery and cancer treatments.
In no particular order, here are my Top 5 favorite references (overt or implied) to bankruptcy law in pop culture.
A number of families will be traveling this holiday weekend, and some are travel-savvy enough to check out travel websites like www.911.Virginia.org for real-time traffic information and identification of construction delays.
Catherine Conrad is an entertainer who performs wearing a giant banana costume. She was hired to perform a singing telegram at a credit union trade association event.
Percolating for the last couple of years has been the question of whether a “savings clause” or a “disclaimer” in an employee handbook or policy manual would be sufficient to protect policies in the handbook from attack under the NLRA.
You Cannot Discriminate Against a Pregnant Employee Because of “Outdated Myths or Stereotypes or Couched in the Language of Safety and Health”
The EEOC just announced two settlements of cases involving pregnancy discrimination in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended by the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (“PDA”).
California isn’t exactly known as a business-friendly state. In some ways, the governor has tried to change that. He’ll have an interesting choice to make if a recently-passed senate bill reaches his desk.
An important study conducted by the Health Behavior Branch of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, has found that teens who have been in cars with impaired drivers may be more likely themselves to get behind the wheel drunk or drugged.
Almost every time we speak to a new client regarding their hail damage insurance claim, our clients tell us that the insurance company representative told them some variation of one or more of the below statements.