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Deborah Hammonds

J.D.

Deborah Hammonds, an attorney, is an Employment Law Analyst for Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. She has over 20 years of experience tracking and analyzing employment law trends, with a particular emphasis on employment discrimination. She is the lead editor of the Employment Practices Guide, the EEOC Compliance Manual, and a contributor to the Employment Safety and Health Guide, Employment Law NetNews, and Employment Law Daily. She is a graduate of Cumberland School of Law and has been with the company since 1995.

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Temporary moratoria extended on enrollment of Part B non-emergency ground ambulance suppliers and home health agencies

CMS announced the extension of temporary moratoria on the enrollment of new Medicare Part B non-emergency ground ambulance suppliers and home health agencies for six states. Finding the circumstances ... By Deborah Hammonds, J.D. CMS announced the extension of temporary moratoria on the...

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Federal law does not preempt state law claims of failure-to-warn and design defect against Xarelto®

Finding sufficient facts existed to merit a jury determination, a federal district court rejected defendants’ argument that federal law preempted failure-to-warn and design defect claims under t... By Deborah Hammonds, J.D. Finding sufficient facts existed to merit a jury determination, a...

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McCain’s absence, delayed CBO analysis contribute to postponed Senate vote

This bill is no longer under consideration. For more information, see BCRA may be gone, but AHCA, ACA repeal efforts continue, in this issue. By Deborah Hammonds This bill is no longer under consideration. For more information, see BCRA may be gone, but AHCA, ACA repeal efforts...

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Removing HR rep from HR field, investigating her, could be adverse actions under FMLA, ADA

By Deborah Hammonds, J.D. A senior HR analyst who claimed she was transferred and later fired because she complained of being mistreated by her supervisor was allowed to proceed with her ADA, FMLA, and state law claims after a federal district court in Connecticut denied her employer’s motion for...

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