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NY: Wal-Mart Spends More than $1M in Legal Fees to Contest $7K OSHA Fine in Trampling Death

The New York Times reports that Wal-Mart Stores has spent more than $1 million in legal fees to contest a $7,000 fine assessed by OSHA against the company, this after shoppers stampeded the opening of the Long Island store the day after Thanksgiving 2008 and trampled a Wal-Mart worker to death. Read...

California: Temporary Disability and the "For Cause" Termination

Lexis.com subscribers can link to the cases cited below. There are many cases where the employee seeks temporary disability benefits for a period of time after their termination. Invariably, the employer argues that they would have offered applicant modified duty had he not been terminated, and the...

California: Temporary Disability and the "For Cause" Termination

Lexis.com subscribers can link to the cases cited below. There are many cases where the employee seeks temporary disability benefits for a period of time after their termination. Invariably, the employer argues that they would have offered applicant modified duty had he not been terminated, and the...