By Shira Adler Crittendon
Imagine that in the course of doing your job, someone gets injured as a result of your conduct. Basic human decency compels you to apologize. In the case of medical providers, however, attorneys have traditionally feared that an apology could later be used as an admission for wrongdoing in court.
By Pamela Everett
Employers of all sizes continue to experience a rise in complaints of workplace misconduct. In too many instances, these “complaints” are often the proverbial “shot across the bow” from a disgruntled worker who knows his employment is in jeopardy and makes a complaint to forestall further disciplinary action.
By Neil Wilcove
In recent years it has become routine for construction projects to end up in litigation over construction or design defect claims. Because of the potential recovery, litigation has blossomed with lawyers willing to pursue claims given the amount of money at stake.