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Sixth Circuit Rules Employers Can Avoid Fiascos Like Romney’s “47%” Recording by Banning Secret Recordings in the Workplace

With President Obama’s inauguration next week, I am reminded of the surreptitious recording that played a significant role in the final weeks of his campaign last year—the infamous “47%” recording. Secret recordings can have...more

1/18/2013 - Audio Recording Discrimination EEOC Employment Policies Hiring & Firing NLRA One-Party Consent Retaliation Section 7 Termination Title VII Wiretapping

Ohio Law Banning Texting While Driving May Have Implications For Employers

Ohio’s statewide ban on texting while driving went into effect on August 31, 2012 and is now the law. See Ohio Revised Code §§ 4511.204 & 4511.205. House Bill 99, which set forth the ban, was signed into law on June 1, 2012,...more

9/5/2012 - Distracted Driving Respondeat Superior Texting

Tort Reform Applies To Claims Under Ohio Civil Rights Act

On July 3, 2012, the Ohio Supreme Court directed the Eighth District Court of Appeals to apply the Ohio Supreme Court’s ruling in Havel v. Villa St. Joseph, 131 Ohio St.3d 235 (2012) that, upon motion of a party, Ohio Revised...more

7/6/2012 - Bifurcation Punitive Damages Tort Reform

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