Management Update - April 2010


In this Issue:

**Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Text Messaging Case

**Supreme Court to Determine "Cat's Paw" Theory in USERRA Case

**Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument on Who Should Decide Whether Arbitration Agreement is Unconscionable

**Court Emphasizes That Evidence of Training Is a Must

**Ford & Harrison Provides Guidance on Health Care Reform Law

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