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Workplace Rules Seldom Pass Labor Board's Legal Test
Administrative law judges have struck down 16 of the 17 confidentiality rules that they've examined in cases applying the NLRB's December 2017 decision in Boeing.
United States
9 Aug 2019
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The Government Shutdown Leaves Vulnerability In Cyber Security
While parts of the Government continue to be shut down over concerns about people crossing the border from Mexico into the United States, the cyber borders are at risk.
United States
25 Jan 2019
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Appeals Court Rejects Retaliation Claim Based On Religious Accommodation Request
In a case of first impression, a federal appeals court just found that an applicant's request for a religious accommodation did not constitute protected activity under Title VII for the purpose of establishing a retaliation claim.
United States
21 Nov 2018
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Kentucky's Right-To-Work Law Upheld By State Supreme Court
A bitterly divided state Supreme Court upheld Kentucky's right-to-work law by a 4-3 vote yesterday, cementing Kentucky's status as one of 27 states in the country to have such a law on the books.
United States
21 Nov 2018
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Fisher Phillips Partners Examine Sixth Circuit Court Of Appeals Case That Calls Into Question The Validity Of Mine Act Citations
Fisher Phillips partners Pamela Williams and Travis Vance explore a recent blockbuster decision by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals
United States
17 Oct 2018
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U.S. Supreme Court Strikes A Massive Blow Against The National Labor Movement
This article discusses the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Janus v. AFSCME prohibiting public-sector employers from collecting "fair share" fees from non-union employees.
United States
15 Aug 2018
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Which Election Will Really Affect Labor, Employment And Safety Regulation?
While the bulk of our attention has been focused on the troubling Presidential race, employers would be well advised to more closely watch the US Senate races.
United States
14 Nov 2016
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What Separates Clinton, Trump On Four Key Questions For Business
In the article, "What Separates Clinton, Trump on Four Key Questions for Business," featured in Columbus Business First...
United States
14 Nov 2016
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Clinton v. Trump: How Will The 2016 Presidential Election Impact The Gig Economy?
With the election just days away, some American voters are staunchly committed to one candidate while others remain hopelessly undecided.
United States
10 Nov 2016
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My Vote. My Voice.
In the article, "My Vote. My Voice." featured in Contra Costa Lawyer, Wendy Coats reflects on the core reasons she exercises her right to vote...
United States
9 Sep 2016
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Gig Economy Gets Shout-Out In GOP Platform
For the first time in recorded human history, one of the major political parties mentioned the gig economy in its national platform. The future is here!
United States
18 Aug 2016
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When The Election Comes To Your Office
In the article, "When the Election Comes to Your Office," featured in Thinking Bigger, Jim Holland provides employers with advice on how to navigate the waters of politics in the workplace.
United States
26 Jul 2016
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Boards Of Education Beware: Ohio Supreme Court Closes Door On Open Meeting Loopholes
Because public body meetings are required to be open to the public in Ohio, just exactly what constitutes a "meeting" of a public body has long been a matter of some debate...
United States
24 May 2016
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Perceived Political Expression Protected By First Amendment, Supreme Court Says
In a 6-2 decision, the Supreme Court today held that the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects both actual and perceived political speech and expression by public employees.
United States
27 Apr 2016
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Employees With Guns: What Employers Need To Know
Recent surveys have shown that more than 40 percent of Arizona residents possess at least one firearm.
United States
10 Feb 2015
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One Down, Two to Go – Georgia’s Restrictive Covenant Act Moves Closer to Certainty
As we have written previously, the enactment of Georgia’s Restrictive Covenant Act has been stained with uncertainty as to its effective date
United States
11 Mar 2011
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Better Double Check Your Use Of Credit Checks
Colorado, Maryland and Pennsylvania are the latest to join a growing number of states that have taken steps to limit an employer's ability to perform credit checks on its employees
United States
8 Mar 2011
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Gone To The Dogs: Rules on Service Animals to Become Much Stricter
Regulations issued in 1991 following the enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) required that public accommodations modify their policies, practices, or procedures to permit the use of a service animal by an individual with a disability
United States
5 Mar 2011
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Changes In ADA Accessibility Standards Are On The Way
On July 26, 1990, President George H. W. Bush signed into law the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
United States
5 Mar 2011
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Protective Orders: Alternatives to "Attorney Eyes' Only"
Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 provides for broad discovery: "Parties may obtain discovery regarding any nonprivileged matter that is relevant to any party’s claim or defense."
United States
26 Jan 2011
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