Spotlight: Robert Fisher

Robert Fisher’s year has been off to a very busy start! Robert and his wife Taelor are expecting a new baby in October (gender is still a surprise!) and in preparation for all the toys and baby gadgets they are quickly acquiring, they just bought a new home! Robert joined ByrdAdatto as an attorney in […]

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Renee Coover and Alex Thiersch To Speak at Denver AmSpa Boot Camp

Alex R. Thiersch and Renee E. Coover will present at the AmSpa Boot Camp in Denver, Colorado on May 19 – 20, 2018. The Boot Camp covers important legal considerations anyone opening or running a medical spa should understand. The legal presentation, entitled “The Law,” will cover topics including an overview of regional rules and regulations affecting the […]

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Seventh Circuit Affirms 13-Year Sentence for Man Who Posed as Psychiatrist

In an era of physician shortages, it is crucial to do your homework before paying a visit to the doctor. In a recent opinion from the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, a jury sentenced Scott Redman to 13 years in prison for treating mentally ill patients and prescribing controlled substances using a fake identity. Redman […]

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

    ByrdAdatto would like to wish you all a Happy St. Patrick’s Day! May the luck o’ the Irish be with you! Liam the Leprechaun is celebrating too.

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How Employers Can Protect their Businesses in the Wake of the #MeToo Movement

  Sexual harassment in the workplace is by no means a new issue. But the rise of the #MeToo Movement in late 2017, has brought about a national conversation over sexual assault and harassment. Women and men from all industries have been revealing tragic stories of sexual assault and harassment. As revelations of sexual misconduct continue to […]

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California Enacts “Ban the Box” Law to Limit Criminal History Inquiries for Job Applicants

  California is among one of several states to enact legislation recently prohibiting employers from discriminating against applicants with prior criminal histories. The so-called “Ban the Box” law which became effective in California on January 1, 2018, amends the State Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) by adding a new code section which affects all […]

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