The Firehouse Lawyer Newsletter

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Today we discussed a recent DOL Opinion Letter regarding whether paid firefighters may volunteer, provide answers to some of the most frequently raised questions about regional fire authorities, and forthcoming identity-theft rules. For MORE on identity theft, see the April 2009 issue of this newsletter (under United States Supreme Court Opinions, subtopic Fair Labor Standards Act). 09-0320093v09n03mar2009.pdf
The laws applicable to fire districts and regional fire authorities are certainly not the same, and we consider those differences and similarities in this issue; we also discuss new litigation pertaining to worker's compensation and the "subjective findings" of treating physicians; we also outline a public records act case involving statutes of limitation. 14-09201692016SeptemberFINAL.pdf
The laws applicable to fire districts and regional fire authorities are certainly not the same, and we consider those differences and similarities in this issue; we also discuss new litigation pertaining to worker's compensation and the "subjective findings" of treating physicians; we also outline a public records act case involving statutes of limitation. 14-9E20169September2016CORRECTION.pdf
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