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Unhappy with Sandals Resorts International's hiring policies, "firstname.lastname@example.org" sent out an e-mail which described the company as a predatory entity which accepted Jamaican tax subsidies, yet considered locals unworthy of upper-level positions. In response, Sandals filed a lawsuit asking the New...
Peter Voutsas intended to sue his former partners for fraud after their company was dissolved back in May of 1996. But some three years later, when he filed for bankruptcy, Peter neglected to list that claim as an "asset." When he finally got around to bringing a case, the New York County Supreme...
When hiring an environmental consultant, it is important to carefully review the terms and conditions governing the agreement between you and your consultant. One of the key components of the professional services agreement is the section dealing with the consultant’s potential...
New Jersey "Health Care Professional Responsibility and Reporting Enhancement Act" Provides Immunity for Entity-to-Entity Employee Reference Requests
A persistent concern for many health care entity-employers (“Entity-Employers”) is retaliation from a disgruntled former employee after the Entity-Employer responds to a “reference request” with negative, albeit truthful, information about the former employee. Often...
Convicted of first degree manslaughter and weapons possession by the Onondaga County Court, Benedict Agostini claimed to have been denied a fair trial because the prosecutors had questioned his wife about her work as an "exotic dancer." While acknowledging the questions were improper, the...