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Get a Grip on New Safety Efforts Get a Grip on New Safety Efforts

As spring construction begins, new programs aim to keep workers in one piece. Read more

Does OSHA Hate Your Safety Program?

Some safety incentive plans could violate OSHA's reporting requirements. Does yours? Read more

Reviews That Launched 'Yelp Trial' PulledReviews That Launched 'Yelp Trial' Pulled

"Nothing more to prove," defendant's attorney says. But fallout from the case... Read more

7 Reasons to Incorporate Your Business Now

Do you know the difference between your personal and professional assets? If that line is blurry, you may want to consider incorporating to protect your personal assets. Here's why it makes sense to do so. Read more

Negative Online Review Lawsuit Under Way

The third chapter in the controversial contractor vs. client case goes to trial Read more

Appeal Promised in $1.15 Billion Lead-Paint Abatement Case

Attorneys from both sides of the $1.15 billion lead-paint abatement payment ordered against three lead paint companies said the case will be appealed. Plaintiff co-counsel Mary Alexander estimates that the case could last up to six more years. Read more

Negative Online Review Lawsuit Back in Court

A jury will decide whether a customer's allegations made on Yelp and Angie's List count as defamation. Read more

Will CA Home Values Sink in Wake of Lead-Paint Ruling? This Group Says Yes

Last week's final ruling in what has become a $1.15 billion lead-paint ruling against several manufacturers has set off a slew of dire warnings, including this one from the Los Angeles County Boards of Real Estate. Read why. Read more

Longtime Maryland Lobbyist Fined $10K for Lead-Paint ViolationsLongtime Maryland Lobbyist Fined $10K for Lead-Paint Violations

High-profile Maryland lobbyist Bruce Bereano was fined $10,000 in October for a... Read more

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