Fenwick Employment Brief - April 13, 2010


In this Issue:

*DLSE Clarifies, Relaxes Requirements for Unpaid Interns


..Employee Did Not Waive Attorney-Client Privilege By Using Company Laptop To Send E-Mails Through Personal E-Mail Account

..Employee Fired For Planning To File For Bankruptcy Can Pursue Retaliation Claim

..Lay Evidence May Be Used To Prove "Incapacity" Under FMLA

..Supreme Court To Decide Whether Oral Complaints Are Protected Activity Under FLSA

..Reminder: Fenwick & West Breakfast Briefing On Hiring Smartly

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