Posts from May 2010.

Using forms and checklists can save the client time and money on the finished product but they can never be a substitute for sound legal analysis. 

Here is a scenario I’ve seen too many times to count.  An employee is terminated and files a lawsuit.  The employer had a good reason but there are counter arguments. 

In employment litigation, management witnesses are sometimes reluctant to be forthcoming about business decisions if they perceive that the reasons for a decision might not look good to others.  This kind of thinking often misses the point in employment litigation. 



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