Author Archives: Heath Hamacher

Jury rules for transportation company in age discrimination suit  (access required)

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A Concord-based transportation management company did not commit age discrimination when it dismissed a former employee after eliminating his position, a federal jury has ruled.   Attorneys Bernard Tisdale, Kathleen Lucchesi, and Joshua Adams of Jackson Lewis in Charlotte report that their client, Cardinal Logistics Management Corporation, terminated ...

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Not playing hurt: Promoting mental health is a team effort  (access required)

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  In the sporting world, athletes often “play hurt” through a variety of physical injuries. Competing now is their focal point, and long-term health risks the afterthought.   The practice of law is similar in many respects. Many lawyers often find it difficult, no matter what else they may be going through, to call for a substitute. So, they put ...

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