OSHA Violations- Are There Whistleblower Protections?

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules are in place to protect employees. They protect the health and wellbeing of employees across many different industries including construction, agriculture, and even personal services such as hair salons. The biggest problem with these laws is that it is often the employee that identifies when things are not… More

Can a Traffic Ticket Land Me Behind Bars?

One of the most stressful situations a driver can encounter on the roads of New Jersey is seeing flashing red and blue lights in their rear-view mirror. If it’s not an ambulance or fire engine, it will be a police officer. If the officer focuses on your vehicle and isn’t trying to pass you, then… More

Whistleblowers Report Drug Company Bribed Doctors to Boost Sales of Hiked-Price Drug

CNN has reported that the federal government, following an investigation, has intervened in a False Claims Act filed by two whistleblowers, represented by the law firm Begelman & Orlow. The whistleblowers had filed a qui tam claim under the False Claims Act, alleging that their employer, Mallinckrodt ARD, LLC (previously known as Questcor Pharmaceuticals Inc.),… More

OSHA Rules Regarding Anti-Retaliation Measures

In 2016, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a final rule regarding employer record-keeping regulations. While the main thrust of this rule was to require certain employers to electronically submit data related to workplace injuries and illnesses, the rule also set forth certain anti-retaliation measures that employers must take to ensure that employees… More

How Adoption and Divorce Affect Each Other in New Jersey and Pennsylvania

When a married couple adopts a child, it is well-known that the couple becomes the legal parents of the child for all intents and purposes. But, what happens if the couple, after adopting the child, separates and divorces? What happens if the couple divorces prior to the adoption being finalized? Still, what happens if a… More

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