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Employee Suing Based on Withdrawn Job Offer Must Prove Disabled Status

Once a conditional offer of employment is given, the Americans with Disabilities Act permits employers to require a pre-hire medical exam as a final condition of employment. If the exam reveals medical issues that would...more

Morris Meadows: Judge Declines Job Offer and Workers Were Employees

In Morris Meadows Country Holidays and Seminars Ltd. v. M.N.R. (2014 TCC 191), the Tax Court considered whether certain workers were employees or independent contractors....more

The Roundup: This Week’s Recommended Reading

Welcome to The Roundup for the week ending February 28. We have lots of thought-provoking pieces to share this week. From Around the Web - - What is Google Authorship? (And Why Should You Care?): If you’re...more

Preventing A Messy "Failed Exemption" Lawsuit

(Labor Letter, February 2014) - In recent years employers have become all too familiar with lawsuits alleging violations of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). According to the Administrative Office of the...more

OFCCP Sets Rules to Aid Disabled and Veterans

In August 2013, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) adopted new rules intended to improve job opportunities for protected veterans and persons with disabilities....more

Weathering the Sea Change in Fair Credit Reporting Act Litigation in 2014

In 2013, the ballooning number of employment class actions illuminated the sea change in Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) litigation. The FCRA was enacted in 1970 during President Nixon's administration, and is hardly in its...more

EEOC Sues Insurance Company Over Hair Policy

An Alabama insurance company is being sued by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for allegedly discriminating against black job applicants. The EEOC alleges that the insurance company's grooming policy...more

Illinois Supreme Court Declines To Review Fifield, Leaving Illinois Employers With Questions About The Enforceability Of...

On June 24, 2013, in Fifield v Premier, the Illinois Appellate Court for the First District ruled that an offer of at-will employment is not adequate consideration to support a restrictive covenant agreement (i.e.,...more

Week in Review - September 5, 2013

This week, Labor Day and National Payroll Week served as good reminders that our post-recession economy is different and the way people work within it is also different. Although the number of jobs has grown, part-time work...more

Construction Contractor Settles Sex Harassment Allegations With OFCCP

The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) announced this week that a federal construction contractor providing environmental remediation and restoration services has settled allegations of sexual harassment,...more

Pennsylvania Supreme Court enforces covenant not-to-compete executed weeks after employee signed offer letter –– despite absence...

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently held that an employee’s covenant not-to-compete, agreed-to nearly a month after the employee returned a signed offer letter, is enforceable without the provision of new consideration....more

Is an Offer Letter the Whole Show or Just a Preview of Coming Attractions?

If an employer has the foresight to address all meaningful terms of the employment relationship in offer letters to candidates, the employer may be satisfied to rely on those offer letters as binding contracts. But most of...more

Job Interviews in Germany: No Right to ask Applicants about Preliminary Investigations by Public Prosecution Office

The German Federal Labor Court (Bundesarbeitsgericht) recently passed a decision (BAG, November 11, 2012 – 6 AZR 339/11) that dealt with an “evergreen” of German labor law: What questions employers may ask in interviews with...more

Legal Job Market: Not As Bad As You Think? [Video]

May 13 (Bloomberg) — Turns out Case Western Reserve University School of Law Dean Lawrence Mitchell may have been right. In January, he told us that the ABA and National Association for Law Placement look at jobs data on...more

SITA Information Networking Computing USA Settles EEOC Disability Discrimination Suit

Company Withdrew Job Offer Because of Cancer Surgery, Federal Agency Charged - ATLANTA - An Atlanta-based air transport communications and information technology company has agreed to settle a disability discrimination...more

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