By: Melanie M. Dunajeski The Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment/sexual assault story broke almost exactly one year ago—followed by story after story of harassment from the drive through lanes of fast-food restaurants to the c-suites of major corporations. The unanswered question was, would this increase… Read More >
Installing and/or Maintaining Boundary Fences on Residential and Commercial Land in a Legally Compliant Manner. Don’t Get Fenced In.
By: Marc A. W. Stearns If you are like me or my wife, prior to purchasing real estate, you checked the fence line to ensure it was in good working order. Our pets are the primary reason we specifically checked the fence line prior… Read More >
What Happens If You Do Not Appoint a Health Care Representative Prior to Becoming Incapacitated? Who Will Decide?
By: Jennifer L. Strange In a perfect world, everyone (including YOU) would execute advance directives (written instructions about future medical care and treatment, which can include appointing a person to make – or even exclude a person from making – health care decisions on… Read More >
By: Tyler S. Lemen License renewal season for nurses is once again upon us. Because it is an even-numbered year, all Licensed Practical Nurses should complete their license renewal before current licenses expire on October 31, 2018. To renew, you complete a renewal form… Read More >
By: Melanie M. Dunajeski The Equal Pay Act of 1963 (“EPA”) requires men and women be given equal pay for equal work—or rather substantially equal work in the same establishment. More than fifty years on, women’s pay hovers around 80 cents for each dollar… Read More >
By: Christopher S. Drewry Delay claims come in all different shapes and sizes. But, where a delay is compensable, one critical aspect of the ensuing claim is determining how best to quantify the costs and damages and how to present them in a cogent… Read More >
By: Scott P. Fisher In drafting easements (or any other contract, for that matter) care should be taken in drafting the specific rights and obligations granted or required as the case may be. In light of the Appellate Court’s decision in Speedway Corp. v…. Read More >