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There is Such a Thing as Over-Sharing: Former Employee Forfeits Portion of Settlement Payment After Daughter Discloses Settlement...

It seems like every day there is a new case highlighting novel and evolving issues employers confront when people disclose information via social media. The latest example involves a hapless college-age daughter in Florida...more

Twitter: Employee Who Complained about Sexual Harassment via Twitter Fired

Adria Richards is a self-described “endlessly enthusiastic technology evangelist.” While attending a large technology conference in Santa Clara, California, Ms. Richards overheard two men sitting behind her making a series...more

An Employer's Measured Response to Suspected Workplace FMLA Fraud Wins the Day

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued its decision in Jaszczyszyn v. Advantage Health Physician Network, 2012 U.S. App. LEXIS 23162 (Nov. 7, 20012), affirming summary judgment for an employer in a case...more

When Social Media Becomes Anti-Social

In one of the first laws of its kind, California passed Assembly Bill 1844 regarding employer use of social media. AB 1844 prohibits employers from requiring employees or job applicants to disclose a user name or password...more

When Social Media Becomes Anti-Social

In one of the first laws of its kind, California passed Assembly Bill 1844 regarding employer use of social media. AB 1844 prohibits employers from requiring employees or job applicants to disclose a user name or password...more

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