Four Lane Powell Lawyers Contribute Articles for AHLA Publication
Four lawyers from Lane Powell contributed articles to the November 2007 issue of LTC Advisor, a publication by the American Health Lawyers Association’s Long Term Care Practice Group.
Sarah Haushild and Laura Morse co-authored an article about family responsibilities discrimination (“FRD”) in the workplace and steps employers can take to help avoid facing FRD lawsuits. Charles Gillman contributed an article regarding the regulation flux of the Department of Homeland Security – Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s No-Match letter, a letter that informs employers about discrepancies between an employee’s name, Social Security number and W-9 form. Kirsten Daniels wrote a piece about the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Pilot Program for national and state background checks on employees of long-term care facilities or providers who have direct patient access.