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More Court Decisions And Promised Federal Action On Fiduciary Responsibility

   On March 15, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit dealt Obama era regulations their most recent defeat. In the wake of numerous other overturned rules by ... READ MORE

Higher Education The Focus Of Fiduciary Risk Litigation

  In 2016, the same law firm started twelve different lawsuits against twelve different universities alleging violations of federal retirement law. Schlichter, Bogard, and Denton is often ... READ MORE

DOT Updates To Post-Accident Drug Testing Means That Your Company Procedures Should Update Too

 As various parts of the United States federal government move to address the growing opioid crisis, the Department of Transportation has updated its drug testing policies to include a ... READ MORE

Ongoing, Expensive Litigation Of Fiduciary Liability Complaints Against JP Morgan

Litigation related to retirement plans continues to be a major issue facing businesses in the United States.  Companies must offer recruits and employees some form of retirement plan in ... READ MORE

Businesses Need To Be Protected In Many Ways Due To ERISA-Related Risk

As more and more companies face litigation related to their retirement plans, executives naturally wonder how they can best protect themselves and their company from expensive and ... READ MORE

[Archive Post] When It’s Broke, Don’t Fix It?! How Constructive Total Loss Changes Common Practice

An older tractor trailer jackknifes on a federal interstate. A qualified mechanic estimates the cost of repairing the tractor trailer at $17,000. Unfortunately, an appraisal on the market ... READ MORE

Could Driver Pay Be The Competitive Edge That Trucking Companies Are Looking For?

The trucking industry is set for a series of big changes over the coming decades.  A lot of these changes will come from new technologies and range from more efficient and better equipped ... READ MORE

Fresh Deliveries With Expired Food Delivery Standards

It is a long spoken truism that industry moves faster than government attempts to regulate it.  Congress passed the Food Safety Modernization Act in December 2010 and the President signed ... READ MORE

Workers' Comp Risk vs Business Benefits: Contractors Put Into A Tough Spot When Hiring Subcontractors.

Waivers of subrogation present interesting issues in most contracts, but they can pose particular problems within the context of worker’s compensation.  Companies who are not careful with ... READ MORE

Wage And Hour Claims Can Stack Up Against Employers

Wage and Hour litigation continues to increase across most types of businesses in the United States.  The number of cases filed in the US reached an all-time high in 2015.  Unsurprisingly, ... READ MORE