In This Issue:

- Notes from the Chair & Executive Editor

- The Board Plays On: The NLRB Clarifies Its Position on At-Will Disclaimers

- Interns This Summer? Evaluating Your Unpaid Internship Programs Under the FLSA

- Affordable Care Act Standards Related to Essential Health Benefits, Minimum Value, Actuarial Value and Accreditation

- Easing the Time-frames: W.Va. Relaxes the Time in which Employer Must Pay Discharged Employees

- Pick Off the Plaintiff? Rule 68 Offers of Judgment Gain Significant Importance Following New Supreme Court Decision

- Excerpt from Notes from the Chair & Executive Editor:

Welcome to the second quarter edition of SuperVision Today, the quarterly e-newsletter published by Spilman's labor and employment group. As part of our ongoing commitment to client service, we continue to expand the ways you can gain updates on the latest in labor and employment news and regulations. In addition to this quarterly newsletter and our SuperVision symposium series, we are excited to now offer you the Spilman SuperVision app for iOS devices, available for download in the Apple App Store. This app allows you to choose from several common employment situations and walk through a simple decision tree on the topic of your choice via a series of yes/no questions. By using the app, you will gain a better understanding of your particular issue and what your options are, and learn at what point you should seek the counsel of a knowledgeable legal advisor for that issue...

...In this edition of SuperVision Today, Alyesha Asghar Dotson updates her article featured in our fourth quarter 2012 newsletter, providing the latest National Labor Relations Board guidance on drafting allowable at-will disclaimers. Carrie Harris provides tips for ensuring your unpaid summer interns are properly classified. Erin Jones Adams continues our series on the Affordable Care Act. Scott Adams examines a recent development in handling large-scale wage and hour cases. Finally, Rick Wallace has an update for our clients with operations in West Virginia on the latest modifications to the West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act, a statute that sometimes trips up employers to the delight of plaintiff's lawyers throughout the state.

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