A legal update from Dechert’s Labor and Employment Group - February 2012

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In This Issue:

  • p1 Eleventh Circuit Rules that the FMLA Protects Pre-Eligibility Requests for Post-Eligibility Leave
  • p2 NLRB’s General Counsel Again Weighs in on Social Media in the Workplace
  • p3 Court Allows Claims Against Employer Who Accessed Social Media Accounts to Process
  • p4 Court Allows Claim Against Employee for Erasing Work Documents on Personal Computers
  • p4 “At Will” Employment Remains the Rule, Not the Exception, in Pennsylvania
  • p5 Supreme Court Applies the Ministerial Exception Under ADA
  • p6 Pennsylvania Overhauls Its Unemployment Compensation Law
  • p7 New Jersey Creates New Employee Notice Requirement
  • p8 The New California Wage Theft Protection Act is Now Effective
  • p8 Courts and Agencies Continue to Struggle with Limits on Arbitration Clauses

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