In what looks like a case study in the need to diversify, Univita Health Inc. filed for Bankruptcy in the District of Delaware on August 28, 2015 – It is being administered as Case No. 15-11788. Pursuant to the Bankruptcy Petition it filed, Univita has also filed for bankruptcy under chapter 7 for 11 affiliates.
In August 2015, the combined market value of global listed art industry companies fell 21.9%.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced yet another Fair Housing Act (FHA) case settlement yesterday.
New Jersey Supreme Court Defines Family Part’s Role in Applications for “Special Immigrant Juvenile” Status
In the consolidated appeals of H.S.P. v. MJ.K. and K.G. v. M.S. (Deceased) , the New Jersey Supreme Court examined the role of the Family Part of our state court with regard to the factual findings necessary for a non-citizen child to apply to the federal government for “special immigrant juvenile” (SIJ) status.
Oftentimes, and with good reason, attorneys proclaim that family law litigation is akin to litigating in the proverbial “wild west”, where anything goes and rules mean little more to practicing attorneys than the paper on which they are written.
FINRA recently sent out targeted exam letters focused compensation practices. The intent of this targeted exam is to assess how firms identify, mitigate and manage conflicts of interest when it comes to compensation paid to registered representatives.
Can Management Avoid Responding to a Reasonable Accommodation Request When a Resident is Facing an Eviction Action? No.
Readers of this space know that I regularly write that professional apartment management maintains an absolute obligation to review, evaluate, and respond to every reasonable accommodation (and/or reasonable modification) request we receive from our residents (and/or our applicants).
Pennsylvania’s Child Protective Services Law received a major overhaul after the Penn State child abuse scandal.
I see a lot of posts focusing on mistakes that applicants make in an interview, but in my line of work, I see the consequences of what happens when employers make mistakes in interviews.
Our partner Elizabeth Litten and I were once again quoted by our good friend Marla Durben Hirsch in her recent articles in Medical Practice Compliance Alert entitled “Misapplication of Internet Application Triggers $218,400 Settlement” and “Protect Patient Data on the Internet with These 6 Steps.”