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Tag Archives: Litigation

Detecting FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) Abuse

Dealing with employees who abuse FMLA can be difficult. Letting abuse run rampant, however, can impact business productivity and put a damper on company morale (as present employees often have to pick up the slack of someone on leave). Employers who detect abuse must proceed with caution because it is very easy to run afoul of regulations. Under …

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Register today for IQPC’s Trademark Infringement & Litigation Summit

The National Law Review is pleased to bring you information about the upcoming Trademark Infringement & Litigation Summit hosted by IQPC. When Monday April 28 & Tuesday April 29, 2014 Where San Francisco, California, USA Trademark law may not be changing, but its application certainly has and will continue to do so. Brands are increasingly global, which opens …

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