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November 2016 Archives

Blowing the whistle on cheating employers and workplace fraud

Almost everyone who has held a job in a large company has seen an employee cutting corners. Perhaps this employee is even cheating for the benefit of the company. This was the case for a young employee named Tyler Schultz. Mr. Schultz held a job with a healthcare company that performed medical research. This company develops new products and drugs for the benefit of patients and the medical field. During his time for this company. Mr. Schultz witnessed executives in the company ignoring routine quality control checks that ensure the data from their research and experiments remains unbiased. This is important because if a product or medication is not properly tested it can have serious consequences for patient safety.

Apps to blame for biggest spike in traffic deaths

Drivers have been distracted since cars were first invented. When cell phones became ever-present, drivers and advocacy groups grew even more concerned with distracted driving. However, it now seems that phone apps, such as Snapchat and Waze, are a large cause of distraction among motorists, rather than the traditional talking and texting.

Hopkins Law Firm Represents Woman Terminated For Not Reporting To Work During Hurricane Matthew

Anyone with a television set or Internet connection knows that the Caribbean and the Southeast Coast of the United States was recently ravaged by Hurricane Matthew. This powerful storm peaked at Category 5 intensity, bringing winds in excess of 155 MPH. Hurricane Matthew left more than 1,000 people dead in Haiti, leveling a majority of the islands structures, before turning its force towards Florida and north along the southeastern seaboard. As the storm rapidly approached, the governors of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina issued states of emergency and urged people to evacuate coastal communities.

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