Corporate Law Report - Office Party Holiday Risks, Human Trafficking, the Fiscal Cliff, More
This is the time of year to anxiously look forward to all that is anticipated to come in 2015. But it is also the time to look back at all that has happened in 2014. Rather than simply give you links to all of my stimulating...more
With Halloween and Thanksgiving behind us, and Christmas and Hanukkah just around the corner, it is time to consider how to have a merry season, while protecting both your employees and your company. Giving forethought to...more
Back by popular demand, here is our annual “Avoiding Holiday Liability” issue of the Workplace Word.
‘Tis the season to be jolly. However, while you are enjoying the holiday cheer and a cup of hot chocolate, don’t...more
Like festive lights and bow-wrapped luxury cars, ‘tis the season for horror stories from company holiday parties. Office holiday parties are a cherished tradition and a nice way for companies to thank their employees for a...more
We here at the McNees Wallace & Nurick Labor and Employment Law Group have been busy preparing for the holiday season.
While holiday parties can be great fun, hosting a holiday party or placing holiday decorations in...more
Your company holiday party can be added to the list of things impacted by technology. In addition to the risk of alcohol-induced harassment, injuries, or property damage, employers should be mindful that technology and mobile...more
As the holiday season reaches its peak, company-sponsored holiday parties, and the risks that arise with them, are ubiquitous. Each year, company-sponsored holiday parties result in incidents that prompt claims against the...more
The summer provides a great opportunity for employers to host company parties for the whole office to enjoy....more
In This Issue:
- Michigan Becomes 24th State to Prohibit Mandatory Membership, Dues
- Lawsuit Questions Whether Employers Own Social-Media Accounts
- Companies, Job Candidates Battle Over Use of Credit...more
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