We work with employers in employment law in all aspects of labor management relations, including management training and union avoidance campaigns. If an election petition is filed, we assist management throughout the campaign. We hold meetings with supervisors to provide them legal marketing in 2020 with legally correct responses to common employee questions, and we
Plans have been announced to honor late U.S. Congressman John Murtha with a statue in the 12th Congressional District in Pennsylvania, where he served 36 years. According to the Johnstown Tribune-Democrat, Murtha died in February of this year of complications resulting from gall bladder surgery. The newspaper says the life-sized statue is being paid for by veteran’s groups.
It is very important for restaurants to maintain a safe dining environment for their customers. Slipping hazards are one thing that can compromise the safety of restaurant customers. Thus, restaurant owners need to take steps to promptly address these hazards when they arise. Recently, a restaurant in Texas has been accused of contributing to a slip
No prescription drug is completely safe, because every drug comes with the risk of some side effects. It is important for pharmaceutical companies to disclose all relevant information about the dangers of a drug so that patients can weigh the benefits against the possible side effects and make an informed decision. If pharmaceutical companies intentionally
In recent weeks we have highlighted the pressing issue of devastating teen auto accidents. We noted that New Jersey legislators are renewing their commitment to curb distracted driving among teens and older drivers. We also discussed the fact that grass-roots efforts aimed at educating and inspiring teens to drive safely are being spearheaded by the
When a loved one becomes too ill or injured to care for himself or herself, the situation may require that he or she be temporarily or permanently placed in a nursing facility. Many nursing home staff members are caring, considerate and professional individuals. These dependable staff members are an asset to society and should be
Health supplements are a booming industry. Americans want nutrition to be convenient and quick, and are therefore willing to pay big bucks for products that deliver concentrated doses of vitamins and nutrients. In some cases, supplements can be a good way to restore or maintain health in older or physically infirm individuals. But like all