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11th Circuit Affirms Collective Action Can Be Waived in Arbitration Agreement

For years, a recurring topic of debate amongst federal courts of all levels has been the issue of whether an arbitration agreement that waives an employee’s statutory right to bring a collective action under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) is enforceable under the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”). 833 more words

Schedule for April 14th - April 20th

Monday, April 14th, we are officially open to the public!

Monday – We’ll be finishing up some last details in the fitness space the morning, but we’ll be running Stacey’s Oula class in the studio at 9:30am. 222 more words


Montgomery, Prince George's Snow Waiver Granted

ROCKVILLE, Md. — Maryland education officials have granted two counties’ requests for a waiver of snow days.

The state this week granted Montgomery County’s request for a waiver of four snow days with a plan to make up two school days. 96 more words

Md. Denies Montgomery Co. Snow Day Waiver Request

ROCKVILLE, Md. (AP) — Maryland’s schools superintendent has denied Montgomery County’s request for a waiver of five snow days to avoid extending the school year. 114 more words


Major Ruling: Court Limits Attorney–Client Privilege For Healthcare Provider Corporations

In a major decision that affects healthcare-provider corporations, the Washington Supreme Court significantly limited attorneys’ ability to engage in privileged conversations with the provider corporation’s employed physicians and other medical staff. 693 more words

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What is considered Extreme Hardship for waiver purposes?

First, we should start by saying that not all inadmissibility/removability grounds are waivable. In fact, only a few inadmissibility/removability grounds can be waived. The most common inadmissibility/removability grounds that can be waived are (1) Unlawful Presence, (2) Certain Criminal Grounds, and (3) Intentional Fraud/Misrepresentation committed in order to obtain an immigration benefit. 802 more words

Longer Winter Could Mean Shorter Summer For Md. Students

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — With winter finally behind and April coming up, Maryland schools are struggling to make up a pile of snow days.

More than a dozen school systems asked the state to waive some of those days. 395 more words