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Feb 2002
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February 01, 2002

Supreme Court Allows EEOC to Pursue Victim-Specific Remedies Against Employer in Spite of Arbitration Agreement

The United States Supreme Court, in a 6-3 ruling, has held that an agreement between an employer and an employee to arbitrate employment-related disputes does not bar the EEOC from pursuing victim-...

Jan 2002
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January 05, 2002

New Retirement Savings Opportunities

The tax legislation enacted by Congress at mid-year contained several, favorable opportunities for enhanced retirement savings.Increased Pre-Tax Contribution Dollar LimitsThe individual, annual lim...

Jan 2002
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January 01, 2002

E-mail: Making the Target Smaller in Litigation

Imagine that your company is involved in a lawsuit with one of its suppliers and you are testifying about how the supplier stopped making timely deliveries. After you've explained the situation to ...

Jan 2002
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January 01, 2002

United States Supreme Court Clarifies and Limits ADA Definition of Disability

In a decision that may signal a dramatic limitation on disability claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the United States Supreme Court has clarified the rules for determining when an i...

Nov 2001
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November 01, 2001

Trademarks: What's in a Name?

Very often, quite a bit. Like proud parents choosing the name for their new baby, most companies and entrepreneurs think long and hard about what name to give their new business or their new produc...

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