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No End in Sight – Prepare for Years of Litigation

The United States Supreme Court gave plaintiffs an undisputed win on Monday when it decided Artis v. District of Columbia. In a 5-4 decision, the Court held that when a plaintiff brings both state and federal law claims in...more

♫Let It Go, Let it Go♫

When most people think of employment law problems arising from the use of social media, they envision irresponsible employees taking to the internet to rant about their employer. However, a recent case out of Oregon shows...more

Employer May Eliminate Light Duty Job

In Dunderdale v. United Airlines, the employee suffered from a back injury that prevented him from performing any heavy lifting. The employer assigned him to a light duty position – sitting at a computer scanning bags as they...more

Employees May Use Email For Union Activity

The NLRB says its 2007 decision in Register Guard was “clearly incorrect.” Employers cannot prohibit employee use of employer email for union and other protected communications. In other words, employer policies that...more

NLRB “Modernizes” Procedures

The NLRB has adopted comprehensive changes to the procedures for representation elections under the NLRA. Some changes, such as the ability to file documents electronically, clearly bring Board election procedures into this...more

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