The business community is watching a potentially precedent-setting case that could sharply curtail the period of time that companies can be cited for Occupational Safety and Health reporting violations.
The issue is “of serious consequence to small businesses of all industries,” according to an amicus brief from the National Federation of Independent Business Legal Foundation, which complains that companies are subject to stiff fines for such violations and find it difficult to defend five-year old charges.
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