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06 April 2017
The Seventh Circuit Holds That Title VII Prohibits Sexual Orientation Discrimination: Key Takeaways for Employers Legal Alerts
28 September 2016
California Prohibits Employers from Requiring Out-of-State Litigation and Arbitration Legal Alerts
29 June 2015
Supreme Court’s Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage Will Affect Employers Legal Alerts
26 March 2015
Supreme Court Announces Standards for Analyzing Failure-to-Accommodate Claims by Pregnant Employees Legal Alerts
29 August 2014
Ninth Circuit Upholds “Right to Control” as Primary Test of Independent Contractor or Employee Status Legal Alerts
26 June 2013
Supreme Court Makes It Harder for Employees to Establish Title VII Retaliation Claims Legal Alerts
29 April 2013
Federal Court Upholds Discrimination Claim Arising from Terminations Based on Employees’ Criminal Records Legal Alerts
15 June 2012
Watching UEFA Euro 2012: A Guide for Employers
Source: Employment Law Alliance
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06 June 2012
National Labor Relations Board Provides a Road Map for Social Media Policies Legal Alerts
01 May 2012
Supreme Court of California Deals Another Blow to State Meal and Rest Break Cases Legal Alerts
19 April 2012
What is Unauthorized Access Under the CFAA? Lessons Learned from United States v. Nosal Legal Alerts
13 April 2012
Supreme Court of California Clarifies California Meal and Rest Break Requirements Legal Alerts
10 February 2012
Georgia Once Again Allows Nonlawyers to File Responses to Garnishments Legal Alerts
01 February 2012
The NLRB Further Paves the Way for Mini-Bargaining Units Legal Alerts
13 October 2011
California Joins the Growing Number of States Regulating the Use of Credit Information for Employment Purposes Legal Alerts
07 October 2011
Seattle Joins the Growing List of Cities Requiring Paid Sick Leave Legal Alerts
28 September 2011
Georgia Supreme Court Bars Nonlawyers from Responding to Garnishments Legal Alerts
23 August 2011
DOL's Administrative Review Board Continues to Expand Whistleblower Protections Under Sarbanes-Oxley Legal Alerts
12 August 2011
Individual Griping by Employees on Facebook Not Protected Concerted Activity Says NLRB Advice Division Legal Alerts
04 April 2011
Federal court sanctions the EEOC, ordering it to pay more than $750,000 in attorneys fees to a private employer Legal Alerts
29 March 2011
EEOC Issues Final Regulations Interpreting the ADA Amendments Act Legal Alerts
03 March 2011
Supreme Court Holds Employer Liable for Discriminatory Animus of Non-Decision-Maker Under “Cat’s Paw” Theory Legal Alerts
07 February 2011
Discharge to Prevent an Employee from Exercising NLRA Rights Is Unlawful Legal Alerts
26 January 2011
The Supreme Court Broadens the Scope of Retaliation Claims Under Title VII Legal Alerts
10 November 2010
EEOC Issues Final Regulations on Genetic Discrimination in the Workplace Legal Alerts
29 April 2010
Do You Want Class Arbitration? Supreme Court Holds Parties’ Agreement Is Key Legal Alerts
13 April 2010
Federal District Court Expands Reach of Sarbanes-Oxley Whistleblower Protection Legal Alerts
01 March 2010
Defending the Boor and the Misanthrope
Source: For the Defense
01 January 2010
The Use of Demonstrative Evidence
Source: Employment Law Trial Tactics, The DRI Defense Library Series
24 December 2009
You Wanna Background Check Me? Well, Be Careful Where You Look...
Source: Corporate Counsel
30 October 2009
President Obama Signs Legislation Expanding Family and Medical Leave Act Legal Alerts
21 July 2008
Seventh Circuit Holds That The Pregnancy Discrimination Act Covers In Vitro Fertilization Treatments Legal Alerts
01 June 2008
The Continued Relevance of the Irrelevance-of-Motive Maxim
Source: Duke Law Journal
08 January 2007
New California Sexual Harassment Regulations Pack Out-of-State Punch Legal Alerts
01 January 2003
Recent Developments: Second Circuit Decision Keeps Spotlight on Antitrust Risks Associated with Exchanges of Salary Data Among Competitors
Source: The Trade Associations Committee Newsletter
01 July 2002
Plan Fiduciary: Do Plan Subrogation Provisions Survive the Supreme Court’s Decision in Great-West?
Source: Journal of Pension Benefits
01 July 1995
Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right: The Supreme Court Limits After-Acquired Evidence as a Defense in Employment Discrimination Actions
Source: Employee Relations Law Journal
31 July 1993
Accidental MEWA Trap Widens Articles

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