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Employee Relief Causes Employer Grief: The ability to perform employment-related duties is an integral part of an employment...

Recently, two employers who provided notice of termination, and at the same time relieved employees of their duties, were held instead to have at that time terminated those employees, which lead to financial consequences for...more

Will Issuers Add Rule 506(d) Bad Acts To The Definition Of “Cause”?

The SEC’s new bad actor rule, Rule 506(d), may cause some issuers to consider expanding the definition of “cause” in their employment agreements with executive officers. Because executive employment agreements typically...more

International Dismissal Toolkit: Individual Employment Terminations and Reductions-in-Force Outside the United States

Firing an employee in the United States can be a challenge. Group firings—reductions in-force — can be an even bigger challenge. And from the point of view of a multinational headquartered in the United States, overseas...more

Global HR Hot Topic - February 2013: Threshold Dismissal Circumstances Overseas: Good Cause, Economic Necessity, Employee Rank and...

Challenge: Multinationals facing overseas dismissals too often skip ahead to check local laws on pre-termination notice, severance pay and dismissal procedures. But often, threshold circumstances override these...more

Employment Law in Costa Rica: A Country Protective of its Employees and Natural Environment

On January 9, 2013 it was reported in thecostaricanews.com that the Costa Rican government has announced a new aggressive policy to attract foreign investment. According to the article, the government of Costa Rican’s...more

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