What To Do When Medical Records Are In Critical Condition16 Oct 2020
With close to 400,000 claims per year, personal injury matters and medical malpractice lawsuits make up a significant portion of legal activity in the US. While only 4-5% of these cases may see their day in court, evaluating the merit of the case, and seeking a fair settlement among the parties
The Lasting Impacts of COVID on the Workplace26 Sep 2020
As we move into Autumn, 6-8 months since the coronavirus capsized our traditional workspaces, prognostications on what the “new normal” will look like when we all emerge are rampant. With the situation seemingly changing each day, predictions are in many ways premature, but conventional wisdom
The Role of Data Abstraction in Labor & Employment Law07 Sep 2020
Labor Day in the United States has become the recognized “end of summer” and of course back to school time, even in the days of COVID. One last chance to enjoy warm weather and outdoor activities before the long, cold winter ahead.
From a historical perspective, Labor Day came to the fore