The Firehouse Lawyer Newsletter

Results for newsletters with the topic “Civil Actions” and the subtopic “Negligence Claims

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We now look at RCW 38.40.060, which controls when military leave shall be granted to public employees; the “salary basis’ test for determining exempt status under FLSA; whether employees may sue for negligence, defamation or invasion of privacy; and then we perform a comprehensive analysis of volunteerism under FLSA. 03-0319993v03n03mar1999.pdf
In today's Firehouse Lawyer we focus on when a donation to a nonprofit corporation may be deemed an unconstitutional gift of public funds; we also report on a Washington case which reminds us that fire departments may be sued when one of their paramedics or EMT's fails to report suspected abuse of a child or vulnerable adult. 14-0520165May2016FINAL.pdf
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