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The ABCs of HSAs

A by-product of last year’s Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement and Modernization Act was the creation of a new type of tax-favored savings vehicle for health expenses, known as a “Health Savings Account,” or “HSA.”

You’ve Got to Be Kidding: Health Plan Reimbursement Rights After Knudson

What would you think of a statute that says, If you receive money that you know belongs to someone else, but you spend it before they can sue you, you never have to pay it back?

The New Law of Training: Part II: Will Your Training Materials Pass Legal Muster?

If a claimant wants to dispute the adequacy of an employer’s training, the training materials will be scrutinized for deficiencies. The following examples are some of the more common problems to avoid in developing training materials:

The New Law of Training: Part I: Training on Discrimination and Harassment: A Necessity, Not A Luxury Anymore

Beginning with the U. S. Supreme Court’s 1998 decisions in Faragher v. City of Boca Raton and Burlington Industries, Inc. v. Ellerth, training on harassment has pretty much became a “must” for employers. In 1999, the Supreme Court’s decision in Kolstad v. American Dental Association not only prompted employers to enhance their harassment training efforts, but also to expand their training to cover the discrimination laws in general. Interestingly, those cases were not just about training.

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