On February 19th, I wrote a column, Eroding Employee Rights Has Opened Door for Unions for the Greenville News in support of the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), which began: Never before in my almost 17 years of representing employees with work-related disputes have... read more
Nursing home care is not improving. And although I believe that lawsuits on behalf of residents seriously injured by abuse and neglect provide incentives for corporate caregivers to improve care, there is no remedy as good as prevention. And prevention is first the... read more
Jurors are instructed not to conduct independent research about issues in the cases they are selected to decide. They must decide the case on the evidence presented. They must not discuss the case until deliberations and then, only while in active deliberations with... read more
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