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Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 15 Feb 2018

Ignorance of Interplay between FMLA and ADA Can Be Costly To Employers

One mistake often made by employers is assuming that after an employee has exhausted his or her 12 weeks of protected Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

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Samis+Company | Canada | 6 Jan 2017

Overpayments - Recovery, Timing and Notice

The year 2016 was not all that bad: The Superior Court finally provided some much needed guidance on whether an insurer can recover an overpayment

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Roetzel & Andress | USA | 2 Jul 2012

Supreme Court of Ohio rules that evidence must show a claimant to have actual knowledge that unpaid activities constituted work in order for a finding of fraud to apply

On June 19, 2012, the Supreme Court of Ohio affirmed an appeals court decision that a claimant's unpaid activities precluded temporary total disability (TTD) since they constituted work by directly generating income that was consistent and ongoing.

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Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP | USA | 17 Nov 2011

Senate passes Small Business Contracting Fraud Prevention Act of 2011

The U.S. Senate passed the Small Business Contracting Fraud Prevention Act of 2011 on September 21, 2011.

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Foley & Lardner LLP | USA | 3 Oct 2011

SEC charges co-founder of institutional money manager with fraud

The SEC, on September 22, 2011, charged Ben M. Rosenberg, a co-founder of California-based institutional money manager AXA Rosenberg, with fraud for concealing a significant error in the computer code of the quantitative investment model that he developed and provided to his firm and related entities for managing client assets.

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Mayer Brown | United Kingdom | 30 Sep 2011

Let's be reasonable! Relying on a different reason to dismiss

The recent case of Perry v- Imperial College HealthCare NHS Trust illustrates the standards required of an employer who decides to rely on a different ground for dismissal at the appeal hearing to that relied upon during the initial disciplinary hearing.

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Winston & Strawn LLP | USA | 28 Sep 2011

Another class action complaint filed for use of cookies

A class action complaint was recently filed against a major internet service provider alleging violations of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, as well as violations of the Privacy Act of Massachusetts.

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Roetzel & Andress | USA | 11 Aug 2011

A quick look at workers' compensation fraud

In all states, workers' compensation fraud is a common practice and a growing threat to the financial health of a state's economy and its business communities.

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Winston & Strawn LLP | USA | 29 Jun 2011

Apple and others sued over apps that allegedly track users’ locations

A series of class action suits have been filed against Apple and the makers of many popular applications alleging that applications made for Apple's iPhones and iPads unlawfully track users and send that information on to third-party advertisers.

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RPC | United Kingdom | 26 May 2011

Post settlement surveillance a warning!

In 2008 Mr Noble received damages totalling £3,397,000 for personal injuries sustained in a road traffic accident in 2003.

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