Court of Special Appeals Affirms Admission of Plaintiff’s Medical Records into Evidence to Support Opinions of Defense Expert


A recent holding of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland is of significance to companies defending personal injury lawsuits—particularly those where the nature or extent of a plaintiff’s alleged injuries is in dispute.
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Lessons for Employers in FLSA Collective Action Strategy from the Service Industry


One of the most common types of litigation facing employers is the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) collective action.
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Are Your Employees’ Personal Phone Numbers “Available” to You?


In April of 2015, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) issued its new Election Rule (“Rule”) governing representation case procedures.
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India – Antitrust Law Update


In 2009, the Indian government implemented provisions under the Competition Act of 2002 for prohibition of anti-competitive agreements and abuse of dominant positions in India.
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The DOL Will, Once Again, Tell You What it Thinks


For years, the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor (WHD) provided official guidance, in the form of opinion letters, to employers and employees.
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