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Employers, Workers Struggle With Pregnancy Bias

Pregnancy bias is a continuing problem for women in the workplace, according to both employment attorneys and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s statistics. The reasons for this are varied. Ernie Haffner, an attorney in the EEOC’s Washington, D.C. Office ...

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It's a Privilege

The fallout from the financial fraud explosion a few years back has been broad and deep, not the least of which is the assault on the attorney-client privilege. Emboldened prosecutors are now routinely seeking a waiver of this fundamental privilege ...

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New Associations Brian R. Adams recently joined Genzyme Corp., the Cambridge, Mass.-based biotechnology company, as corporate counsel. He was most recently with Bingham McCutchen in Boston. Alyssa J. Huber recently joined software company Iona Technologies as corporate counsel. Huber was ...

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Non-Profit Hospitals Facing Scrutiny Under SOX

Three years after Sarbanes-Oxley went into effect to regulate publicly traded companies, its complex requirements are making their way into the non-profit sector – and health care lawyers are advising hospitals to pay attention. For non-profit hospitals and their attorneys, ...

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