Monthly Archives: January 2012

Recent Case Law Opens Cracks In The FMLA

The heart of the FMLA is job protection for employees during a period of covered leave. Employers are required under the FMLA regulations to designate leave as FMLA-qualifying based on information received from an employee. The employee need not ever mention the FMLA nor ask for it specifically. “Once the employer has acquired knowledge that […]

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Capehart Scatchard Shareholders Recognized as Awesome Attorneys

Mt. Laurel, NJ – – Capehart Scatchard is pleased to announce that Shareholders, Thomas D. Begley, III and Yasmeen S. Khaleel were recently named “Awesome Attorneys” as voted by readers of South Jersey Magazine. Mr. Begley was recognized for his expertise in the area of business law and Ms. Khaleel was recognized for her expertise […]

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Are Complications From Flu Shots Provided By Employers Considered Compensable?

Many employers offer flu shots and other inoculations to employees on company premises during work hours. Complications from flu shots are very rare but the Centers for Disease Control have noted that about one in 100,000 people who get a flu shot will develop Guillain-Barre syndrome, which is a debilitating nerve disorder. There are also […]

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