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October 2018 Newsletter

GENERAL LITIGATION Court Holds Arbitration Agreement Invalid for Failure to Designate Forum In Flanzman v. Jenny Craig, Inc. ___A.3d ___, 2018 WL 5019942, (A.D. Oct. 17, 2018), Plaintiff, Marilyn Flanzman was terminated from her position as a weight loss counselor for Defendant JC USA, Inc. (“Jenny Craig”) at the age of eighty-two.  Plaintiff had worked […]

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What Happens After a Breach of Contract?

When a company is hired by a customer or client to perform services the two parties enter into a contract. More often than not this is a written contract. Should the customer fail to pay you for your services after they’ve been completed this is a breach of contract. This is a sad situation that […]

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Product Liability Lawsuit: Defenses Companies Can Use

When a consumer is injured by a product it is not a given that he or she will be awarded compensation for said injuries. The injured party, or plaintiff, will need to prove in court that the product (poor design, instructions, advertising, development) actually caused their injuries. If your company has been accused of providing […]

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Handling Harassment Complaints

It’s not uncommon for employers to be nervous when they receive a complaint that has been filed by an employee, especially when they have to do with harassment or discrimination. These complaints can often lead to tension in the workplace, an investigation by a government entity, and lengthy legal battles. Complaints must be handled in […]

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When to Hire an Employment Attorney

It’s not out of the realm of possibility for an employer to handle various employment issues themselves. Despite many of these issues being easy to take care of it’s still a smart move to have an experienced employment attorney on your speed dial in the event you need questions answered or more complex matters resolved […]

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