What Serena Williams’ retirement can teach employers about working mothers

Excerpted from a Ford & Harrison LLP Blog by Alyce B. Ogunsola On August 9, Serena Williams said “Farewell to Tennis On Her Own Terms—And in Her Own Words,” in an emotionally riveting Vogue magazine article. In the feature, Serena recounts a story of her five-year old daughter, Olympia, being asked what she wanted to […]

Nebraska day care providers struggling with new background check law

Excerpted from Lincoln Journal Star by Sadiyah Ali A new state law requiring childcare employees to undergo an additional federal background check has been met with mixed reviews by providers since it took effect in October. While some agree that more background checks aren’t bad, especially when children are in play, others aren’t sure the […]

Opioid crisis adds issues with Child Protective Services

Excerpted from The Journal By Steven Allen Adams The agency charged with investigating abuse and neglect cases involving children is having issues keeping up with increased caseloads as the opioid crisis continues. Lawmakers on the Post Audits Subcommittee heard a report Tuesday from the Legislative Auditor’s Office on Child Protective Services, an agency within the […]