Archive - Aug 2007

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August 31st

August 19th

Employers Need to Cope with Medical Leave Laws in 2007

If your company is subject to the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) or the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), it is important to recognize these laws impose many obligations beyond the mere duty to provide leave to eligible employees when asked to do so. This is especially important when an employee is potentially subject to an adverse action by the employer. Employers need to ensure compliance with these laws to avoid claims and lawsuits for wrongful termination or retaliation.

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August 5th

Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel Elects Michael Neil to 2007-2008 Board of Directors

At its annual meeting in Sun Valley, Idaho, The Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel (FDCC) announced its 2007-2008 Executive Officers. Neil Dymott attorney Michael I. Neil was re-elected to serve as a member of the Board of Directors for 2007 – 2008. Members of FDCC are exceptional practitioners involved in corporate litigation, risk management, insurance and dispute resolution. Fellow Neil Dymott Shareholder, Clark R. Hudson is also a member of this distinguished group of attorneys.

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July 31st

Tips for Hiring and Firing: What Every Business Owner Should Know

By Hugh A. McCabe

Although it may not always be the most pleasant aspect of the job, hiring and firing is an essential part of running every business. In order to prevent potential lawsuits, all employers should be aware of the following simple, although not always obvious, employment law tips.

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Neil Dymott Announces its Membership in the Council on Ethical Billing (CEB)

Neil Dymott was recently extended an invitation to join the Council on Ethical Billing (CEB). Selection of attorneys and law firms to the Council by Fellows is indicative of their reputation for performance, ethics and professional commitment to the community and diversity. Thus, the exclusivity of an invitation to join the Council is itself an achievement.

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