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Rising Opioid Concerns in WNY

Rising Opioid Concerns in WNY

By | Workers Compensation

Changes to New York State’s workers’ compensation policies could pose problems for residents who rely on the program for pain management. The NYS Workers’ Compensation Board is limiting the frequency with which physicians can conduct urine drug tests from “at least” three to four times each year to a maximum…

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Orlando Apollos in Georgia

Orlando Apollos in Georgia

By | Personal Injury

The recently-formed AAF (Alliance of American Football) League is facing many of the same challenges as other start-ups. But some of the more unique ones include a team that has to practice in a different state. The state of Florida excludes professional athletes from receiving workers’ compensation because it does…

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Walmart’s Gender Woes

Walmart’s Gender Woes

By | Employment Discrimination

Eight years ago, Walmart faced the largest gender discrimination case ever brought against an employer. The Supreme Court spared the company that time by saying that the lawsuit was too large to constitute a class action law suit (it represented 1.5 million Walmart employees). But history is about to repeat…

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Farmer Bankruptcy

By | Bankruptcy & Debt Relief

Before President Trump started a trade war, many in the agriculture industry warned that getting tough on China could have disastrous consequences for American farmers. One measure of how our farmers are faring in the wake of steep tariffs is the number of farmer bankruptcies. Compared to 2008, twice as…

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Trump’s Disability Lies

Trump’s Disability Lies

By | Firm News

If you followed President Trump’s recent State of the Union address, you heard him say that unemployment for Americans with disabilities has reached an all-time low. This assertion, although technically correct, is gravely misleading. True, the unemployment rate for people with disabilities is at a record low of nine percent….

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Blue Water Veterans Update

Blue Water Veterans Update

By | VA Disability

The ongoing court battles concerning Blue Water Veterans received another update in late January when the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled 9-2 in favor of Alfred Procopio Jr. Mr. Procopio served on the USS Intrepid during the Vietnam War and now suffers from prostate cancer and diabetes….

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KFC Breastfeeding Discrimination

KFC Breastfeeding Discrimination

By | Firm News

A jury in Delaware has found that a Kentucky Fried Chicken franchisee must pay a former employee over $1.5 million for workplace discrimination that ultimately made her unable to breastfeed her child. Autumn Lampkins filed the suit in U.S. District Court, alleging that her co-workers and supervisors at KFC and…

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Talc Bankruptcy

Talc Bankruptcy

By | Bankruptcy & Debt Relief

One of the suppliers of talc used by Johnson & Johnson is now applying for bankruptcy protection. This decision comes as a result of the multibillion-dollar lawsuits that allege Johnson and Johnson’s talc causes asbestos-related mesothelioma and ovarian cancer. The company declaring bankruptcy is Imerys Talc America. It says it…

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