Dec 31, 2012

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Current Issues in Employment Law
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Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP Presents Your 13 Labor & Employment ...
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Indeed, you may decide that 2013 is the year to implement more systematic measures to ensure your business or organization is in compliance with ever-changing federal and state employment laws and regulations. Schnader's Labor & Employment ...
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Recent Developments In Vacation Law
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Vacation is an important aspect of the employment relationship. Problems in this context arise mostly when employment is interrupted by long-term illness or concluded by termination or death. Several recent decisions have addressed this issue.
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New Tax Law Developments For Pension Commitments
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This relates to the fact that German law does not offer much flexibility to simply agree which party keeps or assumes pension or anniversary liabilities. Normally these just follow the business as far as active employees are concerned, whereas ...
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Pot law creates legal haze for businesses
Yakima Herald-Republic
Gary Lofland, another Yakima attorney and employment specialist, told employers the law doesn't stop them from testing their employees, but that doesn't mean there won't be challenges coming. "My view is it doesn't change anything," Lofland said.
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It is Legal for Men to Fire Women Because They're Hot (blog)
Federal courts think that all of this is just fine. The law has no problem with employment being a beauty contest for women. The latest example comes from Iowa City, where a dentist fired a long-term employee because he found her attractive. He was ...
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Blogs4 new results for Employment Law
Payroll Taxes Increase Tomorrow | Nolo's Employment Law Blog
By Lisa Guerin
Payroll Taxes Headed Back Up | Nolo's Employment Law Blog.
Nolo's Employment Law Blog
The California Employment Law Blog: Ralphs Grocery v. UFCWU ...
By Steven G. Pearl
I am organizing a series of webinars on important recent decisions for the The State Bar of California's Labor and Employment Law Section. We will present a webinar on Ralphs Grocery within the next two weeks or so. I am very pleased that ...
The California Employment Law Blog
Labor: Part 1—The top 6 low-cost action steps to minimize liability
It is not so much a year in review, in part because plenty of other people are doing that, in part because many "developments" in labor and employment law led to the same action items for employers—manage performance based on ...
The relationship of statute to the provisions of a Taylor Law agreement
By The Public Employment Law Press
However the retained employee had been permanently appointed to the position prior to the effective date of the permanent appointment of the individual it had demoted. The Court said that §80 of the Civil Service Law "reflects a legislative ...
New York Public Personnel Law

Web2 new results for Employment Law
Thomson Reuters, Employment Law Reporter - NY with Reuters ...
Employer: Reuters, Location: New York, NY, ID: 18152, Hours: Full Time, Contract type: Permanent, Date posted: 20 Dec 2012.
2013 Employment Law Checklist for the New Year - Wyse Kadish LLP
There were many important employment law changes in ... interfere, or interfere when applied in employment decisions, with the rights of employees under ...

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