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Aug 8, 2022

Who was Daniel Webb and where did he go? 

By R. Marc Kantrowitz  BridgeTower Media Newswires  There was blood, a lot of it — evidence of a violent struggle — on the typically quiet parking lot of the Agway store, as well as in and on the police cruiser with its door open.  Type A as it would turn out, the same blood type […]

Aug 5, 2022

Is it a constitutional violation to mute defendants during video sentencing? 

The past few years have drastically impacted the way that the world operates. The shift to remote work was a sudden and drastic change, but whether it will be a permanent one remains to be seen.   The overnight transition to virtual interactions was particularly impactful on our court system. Because a complete standstill was not […]

Aug 4, 2022

A force to consider in real estate transactions

By Caulin Price & Steve Moore  BridgeTower Media Newswires  Before March 2020, force majeure provisions in real estate contracts were seldom implemented, and sometimes received minimal attention in real estate contract negotiations. Such provisions are meant to cover contracting parties against unforeseeable events that are outside the control of those parties.   Now, however, the real [&h[...]

Aug 3, 2022

How to tap into the source of inspiration 

By Karen Natzel  BridgeTower Media Newswires  I have had clients tell me, “Karen, it’s work. It’s not supposed to be fun.”   I have heard employees lament, “Work is a 4-letter word.”   And we have all heard the refrain “TGIF!”   When I speak of fun in the context of work, I am not talking about happy […]

Aug 1, 2022

The importance of coaching 

By Christopher F. Earley  BridgeTower Media Newswires  “A good coach can change a game. A great coach can change a life.”  — John Wooden  One of the best decisions I ever made was to invest in professional coaching. Since I began to receive coaching, it has been a shot in the arm for me. I […]

Jul 29, 2022

The ins and outs of no-poach provisions 

By Barry Rosen  BridgeTower Media Newswires No-poach provisions are agreements that prohibit one company from hiring another company’s employees. This article addresses whether no-poach provisions violate applicable antitrust laws, and more specifically, the conditions under which no-poach provisions are legal.  No-poach provisions are often horizontal restraints; that is, they constitute an a[...]

Jul 26, 2022

Starting a law firm: Not for  the faint of heart, but worth it 

By Brian Greene and Eric Hurlocker We started a law firm 10 years ago with a pen, a piece of paper and a pitcher of beer. Little did we realize at the time how rewarding our partnership would be.   But for the same reasons it can be rewarding — you’re your own boss and your […]

Jul 25, 2022

What employers should know about predictive scheduling laws 

By Catharine Morisset and Lisa Nagele-Piazza, Fisher Phillips  Hospitality industry employers know that scheduling the right number of workers on any given day — or shift — is a challenge. In addition to unpredictable customer patterns, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, labor shortages, and record turnover rates add to the difficulty of keeping operations running smoothly. […]

Jul 22, 2022

340B Medicare reimbursement cuts ruled unlawful by Supreme Court 

By Daniel Avants, Tiffany Hetland and Amanda Bogle  On June 15, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the American Hospital Association and against the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), holding that the 2018 and 2019 Medicare reimbursement cuts for 340B hospitals were unlawful.  The Supreme Court reasoned that the Medicare statutes […]

Jul 21, 2022

Employment implications arising from Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization 

By Lisa Michelle Kohring and Weston J. Mumme  The U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization on June 24, 2022, overturning Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey and holding that there is no right to abortion in the U.S. Constitution. In doing so, the court returned the […]

Jul 6, 2022

The No Surprises Act’s transparency rules for health plans 

by Barry Rosen  BridgeTower Media Newswires  The federal No Surprises Act (NSA) generally protects patients from receiving large unanticipated bills for out-of-network care.  To implement the NSA, transparency rules have been issued that require self-insured and insured health plans to include deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums on physical or electronic health insurance ID cards.  These tr[...]

Jun 20, 2022

5 legal considerations before opening a medical spa

By Meghan Riordan Contributing writer Medical spas are on the rise in South Carolina. Now that we are coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic, people across the state seem ready to take the wrinkles from the last two years off their faces — and who can blame them? So it is no surprise that we […]

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