In This Issue:
- Immigration. Washington takes the first step toward immigration reform.
- State Round-Up. Learn about the latest employment law news in your state.
- Traditional. Wade Fricke and Matthew Kelley discuss the renewed call for right-to-work legislation.
- Employment Discrimination. Court finds voluntary transfer did not amount to an “adverse action.”
- The ADA. Schizophrenic worker who was disciplined for tardiness may proceed with his lawsuit.
- Excerpt from Immigration. Washington takes the first step toward immigration reform:
President Obama has made comprehensive immigration reform a priority. In January, both the President and a bipartisan group of eight senators laid out their respective proposals for immigration reform.
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Topics: ADA, Discrimination, EEOC, H1-B, HIPAA, HITECH, Immigration Reform, L-1 Visas, Mental Health, Mental Illness, PHI, Reasonable Accommodation, Retaliation, Right to Work, Visas
Published In: Civil Rights Updates, Immigration Updates, Labor & Employment Updates
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