1. The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) is one of the most significant pieces of federal legislation dealing with labor relations (textbook Chapter 19, pages 516â€“517). The act is generally known as the Wagner Act, after Senator Robert R. Wagner of New York. Use the case you identified in the discussion preparation on unfair labor practices in a health care organization. Summarize the case law findings.
2. In the discussion preparation, you were asked to analyze the major connections between liability of professionals, insurance policy coverage, and settlement of claims due to health care liability issues. Consider the concept of insurance coverage denial. Ascertain the manner in which such denial is built on the limitation clauses and conditions set forth by the insurance provider.