Avalanche of lawsuits may hit soon

Lee, Karen
September 2001
Employee Benefit News;Sep2001, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p1
Forecasts the increase in number of lawsuits that will be filed by employees against their employers in the United States. Prediction on the lawsuits that will be faced by Fortune 1000 companies by 2005; Information on the lawsuits that will be filed by employees.


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