October 2012

Lecturing for CLE Events: Giving (and Getting) Back

October 30, 2012

By Joseph C. Huttemann Originally published in The Legal Intelligencer on October 30, 2012 So you've got a busy practice litigating, tending to daily client needs and building your law...

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Fall protection remains top safety violation

October 24, 2012

Workplace accidents and injuries in Pennsylvania are all too common. Falls remain one of most common workplace accidents in the state and throughout the country, with three of the top...

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Fatal workplace injuries decline, improvement still needed

October 19, 2012

Workplace injuries and fatalities occur every year in Pennsylvania and throughout the United States. Each year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports on how many workplace accidents occur and recommend...

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Flu remains one of the most common workplace illnesses

October 12, 2012

Every fall and winter, the common flu strain hits households and businesses, impacting five to 20 percent of Americans. The U.S. Department of Labor reports that the flu causes the...

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OSHA Inspections can Co-Exist with Business Interests

October 5, 2012

OSHA's workplace inspections are designed to reduce the likelihood of on-the-job injuries. However, since OSHA's instatement, critics have made claims that their inspections are bad for business, leading to profit...

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Martin Law Again Named “Best Place to Work”

October 3, 2012

Martin Law has once again been named one of the Philadelphia Business Journal's 2011 Best Places to Work. This list includes approximately fifty companies in the Delaware Valley Region, ranging...

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Medical Update Newsletter, Fall 2012

October 1, 2012

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