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Peter Tanella, Esq. and Brent Pohlman, Esq. were recent guests on the Vet Worthwhile Podcast

June 8, 2023

On the latest episode of the Vet Worthwhile podcast with James Yost and Travis York, listen in as Peter Tanella, Esq., Chair of the National Veterinary Law Group and Brent Pohlman, Esq., Employment Law Partner at Mandelbaum Barrett PC discuss restrictive covenants, what changes we may see in non-competes moving forward, and how veterinarians can […]

Peter Tanella, Esq. and Brent Pohlman, Esq. co-author article for Today’s Veterinary Business titled “What to Watch for in Employment Law”

April 6, 2023

Every year, legislation is enacted addressing workplace laws and regulations. Additionally, national and state government agencies renew their focus on enforcing certain employment matters. This year is no different. Peter Tanella, Esq., Chair of the National Veterinary Law Group and Brent Pohlman, Esq., Employment Law Partner at Mandelbaum Barrett PC detail the five hot-button issues that […]

Contracts Every Veterinary Business Should Review or Update Now

February 28, 2023

Even the most conscientious business owners usually don’t spend a lot of time reviewing contracts. You might focus on a new sales contract when you land a client or look over the terms of a vendor agreement if you’re making a large purchase. But most people spend their time actually running their business. Veterinary practices […]

UnitedHealthcare Sued Over Thousands of Denied Covid-19 Claims

December 30, 2022

UnitedHealthcare has been hit with a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida over allegations that it has failed to cover COVID-19 testing and reimburse plaintiff labs for more than 34,000 tests. The case, brought by Mandelbaum Barrett PC on behalf of labs performing COVID-19 tests and […]

Veterinarians Are Employers, too; How to Recruit and Retain Employees in the New Economy

November 28, 2022

The last few years have tremendously altered our lives. A pandemic not seen in our lifetimes, an ongoing war in Ukraine, and social and political shifts in the United States and elsewhere have impacted everything from where we live to how we shop. And the “Great Resignation,” which saw some 47 million workers quit their […]

Steven Adler, Esq. authors article for New Jersey Law Journal titled “Employers’ Entitlement to Legal Fees: Is It Time to Tilt Back the NJLAD Playing Field?”

August 19, 2022

“Fee-shifting incentivizes plaintiffs’ employment lawyers to accept specious cases, knowing that most employers settle because they cannot afford both defense costs and the risk of having to pay plaintiffs’ legal fees. How can this problem caused by fee-shifting be ameliorated?” Mandelbaum Barrett PC Labor and Employment Co-Chair Steven Adler, Esq. authored an article in the August […]