FMLA Insights Named to ABA Journal's Annual Blawg 100 ListDecember 7, 2011
Franczek Radelet is pleased to announce that FMLA Insights, one of its two legal blogs, was selected by the ABA Journal as one of the top 100 law blogs by lawyers, for lawyers.
“This recognition is quite humbling in light of many other excellent blogs available to employers,” commented Jeff Nowak, FMLA Insights author and co-chair of the firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group. “Blogging has become a critical tool in our practice to provide useful and practical guidance to help employers and attorneys navigate the Family and Medical Leave Act. Our FMLA Insights blog aims to assist employers in maximizing their business objectives and minimizing risk, so it is extremely gratifying to see others finding it helpful.”
Now readers can vote for their favorites from the Annual Blawg 100. To vote now, complete a simple registration form and vote for up to 12 blogs from the top 100. Voting ends on December 30, 2011.
FMLA Insights was created in 2010 to provide a resource for the clients and friends of Franczek Radelet—an outlet in which to help them navigate the FMLA. The FMLA is a conundrum, regularly tripping up even the most experienced professionals and attorneys. Thus, the goal of this blog is straightforward—keep readers aware of notable court cases involving FMLA issues and provide practical advice to employers to help them avoid getting tripped up by the FMLA.
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