U.S. District Court Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman has denied a motion to dismiss a proposed class action in which marketing firm workers claim that the company’s wellness program violates the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Despite the company’s stance that a medical exam for workers was voluntary, the judge found that workers provided sufficient evidence to the contrary that justified

Be Careful of Unintended ConsequencesThe United States securities laws prohibit the trading of securities on material inside information.  To that end, most public companies have created and require all employees to adhere to the company’s insider trading policy and confidentiality agreements.  Generally, these policies require an employee (1) to not trade while in possession of material inside information of the

The Must-Have Apps and Software in Your Social Media Toolbox
Social media serves as a vital platform for businesses to connect with their audience, amplify brand visibility, and drive customer engagement. For individuals, it offers a space for self-expression, networking, and staying informed. However, the sheer volume of content and interactions on social media can be overwhelming without the proper

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) have updated the Submission Instructions and User Manual for the Gag Clause Prohibition Compliance Attestation (GCPCA).
Background of the GCPCA
Group health plans and insurance companies cannot enter contracts with providers, provider networks, or entities offering provider network access

As prospects first learn about your product or service, they may be skeptical. That’s when a well-crafted testimonial can provide proof of the value offered by your brand.

Testimonials work because they’re honest, unbiased and (typically) unpaid endorsements. More than that, they work because prospects can relate to those with similar goals, needs, and challenges. When a potential client sees

Ahhh, branding. It’s a popular buzzword in the business space, but most people are making the mistake of only understanding half of this vital concept. Many just think of a brand as an identifying mark (whether on cattle, a product, or your company letterhead). And it’s true; branding tells others who you are … but there’s much more to the

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Insurance investigations are becoming more prevalent as insurance fraud persists as an issue that costs companies billions of dollars each year. To combat this, insurance companies often rely on private investigators to conduct thorough and discreet investigations. In Nashville, the collaboration between private investigators and insurance companies has proven to be a critical component in […]