(Continued from page 3) Steven Friedman, chair of the employee benefits practice at New York-based law firm Littler Mendelson, said some of his clients, which include restaurant companies and other businesses, are weighing the cost of not insuring their employees and instead paying the $2,000-per-employee penalty. “Given the costs involved, it’s truly something to think about,” Friedman said. “It’s an issue for companies that want to be considered an ...

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