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Date:          Thursday, September 4, 2014 Time:          12 pm to 1 pm Faculty:      Frank L. Merenda, President                   &...

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What to Expect When Your Employees Are Expecting

Does an employer have to provide a modified work schedule to a pregnant employee with morning sickness or light duty to a pregnant employee with lifting restrictions?The answer depends on who you ask. Most federal courts say no, but the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) says yes. Fortunately for employers, resolution of this issue is o...

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Chinese Hackers Infiltrate Health System Network – Information of 4.5 Million Individuals Stolen

Community Health Systems, Inc. (“CHS”) reported yesterday that the information of approximately 4.5 million individuals has been affected by a Chinese cyber-attack. CHS and its affiliates own and operate 206 hospitals in 29 states. You can read the full post, view and subscribe to the blog by going to http://www.healthlawgurus.com.

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News from the Health Law Gurus™: Week of August 3, 2014

News from the Health Law Gurus™ is a weekly summary of notable health law news from around the country with helpful links to related content. Check back every week for the latest health law news stories. Click here to view the full article.

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Obermayer Attorneys Named 2015 Best Lawyers

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP is pleased to announce that seven of our attorneys were selected for inclusion in the recently released 2015 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, regarded as a definitive guide to legal excellence in the region. This is the 5th year that Charles M. Golden, Nina B. Stryker and Ann G. Verber have been se...

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State Law Wage & Hour Resource: You’ll Need It!

You thought that figuring out, and staying on top of, the federal Fair Labor Standards Act was tough. Well, don’t forget that you must comply with state wage and hour laws as well. Sure, the FLSA is quite nuanced and complex; but each state may have subtle differences when compared to the FLSA. As an employer, your responsibility is to ensure...

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Strike, You’re Out! How Zoning Codes Are Being Invalidated

It is well-settled that local municipalities may exercise police power to promote reasonable objectives in the regulation of land use through zoning ordinances. New York City was the first city to adopt a zoning code in 1916, and others followed suit creating ordinances for the orderly development of residential, commercial and industrial uses of p...

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New Jersey Adopts “Ban the Box” Law

On August 11, 2014, New Jersey joined a growing number of “ban the box” states when Governor Chris Christie signed into law the Opportunity to Compete Act. The Act, which goes into effect on March 1, 2015, precludes public and private employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal record until aft...

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New Jersey Naming Law: Can I Name My Child Anything I Want?

The choice of what to name your child is often a process that parents take great care in selecting—conducting countless Internet searches, pouring over “baby name” books, and researching family histories to find the perfect name for their newborn. While a person’s name, especially a child’s name, is generally viewed as...

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New Jersey Adopts “Ban the Box” Law

On August 11, 2014, New Jersey joined a growing number of “ban the box” states when Governor Chris Christie signed into law the Opportunity to Compete Act. The Act, which goes into effect on March 1, 2015, precludes public and private employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal record until aft...

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