Mr. Fischer was recently quoted in the nation's leading credit union news source.
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On behalf of Morris E. Fischer, LLC posted in Articles on January 16, 2014
While I cannot provide a complete or comprehensive analysis of the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”), I can provide some basic knowledge that every employee needs to possess. In short, this revolutionary law may have far reaching and long lasting effects, so it’s imperative that employees know the basic facts and how to plan for their health care coverage.
On behalf of Morris E. Fischer, LLC posted in Articles on January 15, 2014
It is not uncommon for sales representatives who experience transition in their careers, either voluntarily or otherwise, to close sales while in the company's employ but not get compensated for their successes. Whether compensation is purposely or unintentionally withheld by the company, the effect is the same
On behalf of Morris E. Fischer, LLC posted in Articles on January 14, 2014
Clients are always interested in the value of their case. Why are some cases worth more than others? How do I as a client maximize my recovery at trial or mediation? There are a number of critical points you can do as a client to have the greatest opportunity to maximize your recover in an employment case.
On behalf of Morris E. Fischer, LLC posted in Articles on January 13, 2014
Sales representatives and principles sometimes enter into relationships in which the principle recognizes that for whatever reason, the future sales by a sales representative may be sporadic or unpredictable. In order to alleviate the cash flow concerns sales representatives encounter, the principle agrees to pay a set bi-weekly or monthly stream of income, otherwise known as a draw.