By Kelly K. James | December 11, 2023
A new approach—offering employees resolution sessions with an outside neutral, or facilitator—gives employees an effective technique for addressing conflict.
By Gary Giampetruzzi, Drew Meyer and Jon Mehta | December 8, 2023
Emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are entering a world that is more digital and flexible than ever before. Companies have operationalized remote-working arrangements, and in this environment, companies will need to develop internal investigation protocols to improve their detection capabilities for fraud and illicit conduct.
By Steve Cohen | December 8, 2023
A discussion of a health insurer's ability to overrule a doctor's prescription/plan via the "prior authorization" process, and whether or not this triggers the most fundamental concept in torts: the duty of care.
By Christopher "Smitty" Smith | December 7, 2023
As a mediator, I certainly draw on my experience as a football and lacrosse coach, and I have found there are many parallels between a successful team and a successful mediation. Here are some of the coaching skills that I have found effective in the mediation context.
By Rosemarie Griffin | December 7, 2023
Gartner experts have prepared seven example metrics that legal leaders can use to inform their external provider management and align it with their organization's overall strategy. The following examples provide a framework for assessing needs and working with vendors and/or internal teams to build similar reports.
By Samuel C. Stretton | December 7, 2023
I am a criminal defense lawyer. If my client rejects a plea offer, many times the judge colloquies the criminal defendant about the plea. Oftentimes, the district attorneys will insist that the colloquy takes place, and sometimes defense lawyers do too. Is there anything wrong with this?
By Alan Kolod and Eric Marcus | December 6, 2023
Alan Kolod and Eric Marcus, members of the subcommittee of the NYC Bar Association committee that helped prepare the New York version of the 2022 UCC Amendments, share their views on the importance of New York enacting the new proposed amendments to the Uniform Commercial Code.
By Ronak D. Desai | December 4, 2023
"Prior to Santos' expulsion, only 20 members of Congress had ever been expelled from Congress: five in the House and 15 in the Senate. The vast majority of these expulsions were the result of disloyalty to the United States during the onset of the Civil War," says Ronak D. Desai.
By Alexes Harris and Alex R. Piquero | December 4, 2023
At times, people are sentenced to pay without incarceration, but frequently people across the U.S. are sentenced to both jail time and fiscal penalties. ... But these fines and fees are often levied without any consideration for an individual's ability to pay—and can add up to thousands of dollars. Given the potential consequences of legal debt on people unable to pay, including the loss of the right to vote and further criminal infractions, we conducted a multistate study on the impact of fines and fees.
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