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17 02, 2020

Mt. Lemmon v. Guido: A Unanimous Supreme Courts Holds Public Entities are Employers, Regardless of Size

2020-02-17T21:05:04+00:00

Mt. Lemmon v. Guido: A Unanimous Supreme Courts Holds Public Entities are Employers, Regardless of Size In November of 2018, all the Supreme Court Justices (except Brett Kavanaugh, who had not taken the bench yet) were in agreement when they [...]

Mt. Lemmon v. Guido: A Unanimous Supreme Courts Holds Public Entities are Employers, Regardless of Size2020-02-17T21:05:04+00:00
21 08, 2019

Department of Labor – Enforcement Powers

2020-03-27T17:59:23+00:00

Department of Labor – Enforcement Powers The Department of Labor(“the Department”) is a highly complex federal agency charged with the broad task of protecting and promoting the rights of “workers, job seekers, and retirees” through “improv[ing] job conditions, advanc[ing] opportunities [...]

Department of Labor – Enforcement Powers2020-03-27T17:59:23+00:00
18 06, 2019

Employer Challenges: How to Avoid a Wrongful Termination Lawsuit

2020-01-24T17:13:02+00:00

Employer Challenges: How to Avoid a Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Firing someone is a big decision, and you may feel totally justified in your actions after you’ve carefully considered it and weighed all your options. Yet the person you fire may [...]

Employer Challenges: How to Avoid a Wrongful Termination Lawsuit2020-01-24T17:13:02+00:00
30 04, 2018

Arizona Medical Marijuana and the Workplace – Let’s Get Out of the Weeds Already

2019-03-18T23:56:20+00:00

Arizona Medical Marijuana and the Workplace – Let’s Get Out of the Weeds Already Brief History of Medical Marijuana in Arizona Even though times seem to be shifting quickly, recreational marijuana is still illegal under federal and Arizona state laws. [...]

Arizona Medical Marijuana and the Workplace – Let’s Get Out of the Weeds Already2019-03-18T23:56:20+00:00
3 03, 2018

Gay Skydivers, Prohibited Discrimination, and Circuit Splits

2018-12-31T20:17:08+00:00

Gay Skydivers, Prohibited Discrimination, and Circuit Splits The Second Circuit Rules Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation Is Prohibited Last Monday, February 26, 2018, the Second Circuit became the latest federal appeals court to join the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC’s) [...]

Gay Skydivers, Prohibited Discrimination, and Circuit Splits2018-12-31T20:17:08+00:00
22 12, 2017

How the NLRB’s Overruling of the Browning-Ferris Industries Decision Might Affect You

2017-12-22T23:32:08+00:00

So you work for McDonald's, or you think you work for McDonald's? (How the NLRB's Overruling of the Browning-Ferris Industries Decision Might Affect You) Last week, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) overruled the 2015 case known as Browning-Ferris Industries [...]

How the NLRB’s Overruling of the Browning-Ferris Industries Decision Might Affect You2017-12-22T23:32:08+00:00
24 10, 2017

Do you have a Harvey Weinstein-like Sex Harasser at your company?

2018-04-16T23:04:49+00:00

Do you have a Harvey Weinstein-like Sex Harasser at your company? Many of us have read about the appalling sex harassment that Harvey Weinstein allegedly committed while he ran his powerful Hollywood company. Could there be such a sexual harasser [...]

Do you have a Harvey Weinstein-like Sex Harasser at your company?2018-04-16T23:04:49+00:00