MITIGATING RISK IN LIGHT OF COVID-RELATED LITIGATION

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Written By: Mitchell J. Surface
Online Editor, American Journal of Trial Advocacy

          The COVID-19 crisis has drastically impacted businesses around the world. More specifically, it has severely impacted the compliance officers of healthcare organizations at all levels. In addition, the disrupted economy and sudden change in the “standard of care” has also critically affected employees. Not surprising then, whistleblower (“qui tam) actions and employment related litigation is on the rise, with June recording a 43% explosion of workplace claims.[i] Continue reading “MITIGATING RISK IN LIGHT OF COVID-RELATED LITIGATION”

“We’ve Got Four Stars on Our Shirt”: U.S. Women’s National Team Highlighting Ongoing Pay Discrimination

Photo of the United States' Women’s National Team after winning the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

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By: Catherine Collins
Member, American Journal of Trial Advocacy

Introduction

            The United States Women’s National Soccer Team (“USWNT” or “women’s team”) has historically dominated in their realm of competition.  As a team employed and compensated by the U.S. Soccer Federation (“Federation”), the players are discontent with how they have been compensated for their achievements by the Federation. Continue reading ““We’ve Got Four Stars on Our Shirt”: U.S. Women’s National Team Highlighting Ongoing Pay Discrimination”