The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex has seen its share of trucking accidents. And recently, a historic 100+ vehicle collision occurred amid icy road conditions on I-35 in Fort Worth tragically caused large scale personal injury and a number of … [Continue reading] about Could Trucking Companies Be Liable for Accidents Caused by Snow and Ice in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex?
A court ruling in the final days of 2020 for asbestos reporting under the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) may finally steer the EPA’s review of asbestos back in the right direction. How the incoming Biden Administration responds to these … [Continue reading] about New Turn for Asbestos Reporting Under TSCA
Today is World Cancer Day, a multifaceted project begun in 2000 by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC). This organization is a long-time leader in uniting people and governments in ways to reduce cancers globally. Their mission … [Continue reading] about World Cancer Day for Awareness, Education, and Action
There are many ways to possibly reduce your risk of cancer. The good news is that since 1991, cancer deaths have declined 31%. That is good news, but there were still over 1,785,000 newly diagnosed cancer cases in the US in 2020. According to an … [Continue reading] about What Can You Do to Reduce Your Risk of Cancer?
29 CFR Parts 780, 788, and 795 A final rule clarifying the standard for employee versus independent contractor status under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) was announced by the Department of Labor (Department) on January 6, 2021. The effective … [Continue reading] about Final Rule: Independent Contractor Status under the Fair Labor Standards Act