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Kim Franke, a 37-year-old single mother of two teenage daughters, said she quit a solid job in Janesville to work at Chrysler's assembly plant in Belvidere this summer for what she thought was a full-time permanent position. The class action against Farmer's Insurance Exchange sought overtime pay for claims adjusters allegedly misclassified as exempt, and was modeled on suits that have brought about plaintiff verdicts and high-dollar settlements in state court. The Golden, Colo.-based restaurant chain also agreed to reclassify some workers, change how hours are kept and offer training in Spanish, said L. (Chase) announced the $2.2 million settlement of a claim brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) against Bank One Corporation. has settled a federal class-action lawsuit, agreeing to pay a total of $65 million to 32,000 technology workers who claimed the company illegally withheld overtime pay. likely will pay up to $27.5 million to settle an overtime class action complaint on behalf of its software engineers. Class members are expected to recover, on average, approximately $27,000. Some 1,220 former nonunion workers at now-defunct Pillowtex have received a proposed settlement averaging $2,100 for employment-related claims. A District Court judge on Wednesday tossed out a lawsuit brought by two dealers from Wynn Las Vegas who sought to end the Strip casino's recently implemented and much debated tip pooling policy.

However, if you wish to have a separate management fee charged to the U. operating companies, we would appreciate the opportunity of reviewing the draft agreement prepared by your attorneys.

The management agreement should emphasize services that a independent management consultant may provide such as detailed advice on: We do not recommend charging a separate management fee on top of a "super royalty" under the proposed franchise agreement.

The course looks at:ver the past few years, the insurance industry has been forced to confront numerous charges and concerns related to ethical standards and practices within its ranks.

Few would argue that some consumers do not view the insurance industry in a positive light.

When enough of these charges are heard, the regulators step in with new or revised requirements that are intended to reinforce ethical business practices.

Unfortunately, it’s possible that the ever-expanding focus on the issue of ethics may, in the long run, serve to undermine the very essence of this important issue.

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