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How A Waiver Of Subrogation In A Lease Could Work Either For Or Against Your Business

.Often times, companies are more focused on the more fundamental aspects of a contract, like price and timelines for completion of tasks. They may overlook some terms that seem more like ... READ MORE

Vitale v. Schering Plough Is Going To The NJ Supreme Court. Here's Why It Matters For Your Workers' Compensation Program.

  The Supreme Court of New Jersey recently accepted a case that could have far reaching implications for how employee relations and worker’s compensation are handled moving forward.  The ... READ MORE

FSMA Questions Unanswered + GAO Concerns = Compliance Concerns For Food PRoducers

More than a year ago now, the Food and Drug Administration released its final rule on Produce Safety (formally known as “Standards for the Growing, Harvesting, Packing and Holding of ... READ MORE

Small Motor Carriers Should Act Now To Be Competitive During FSMA Compliance

The Food and Drug Administration’s new rule on Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food starts to take effect in mere months for those carriers that do not qualify as small ... READ MORE

Avoid Contract Fatigue- Negotiate To Maximize Arbitration's Benefits

Business contracts often involve painstaking negotiations over contract clauses related to performance and price.  Given the care and time spent on these major clauses, it can be relatively ... READ MORE

What Business Owners Need To Know About Defining “Independent Contractor”

Whether a business classifies someone as an independent contractor or an employee can have far-reaching effects in a large number of fields: workers’ compensation, taxation, liability ... READ MORE