May 8, 2013

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Salt Lake SHRM and Ray Quinney & Nebeker Join Forces for 2013 Employment ...
Utah Pulse
The Salt Lake Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Ray Quinney & Nebeker will instruct human resource (HR) professionals and business leaders on various timely employment law topics during the Salt Lake SHRM Employment Law ...
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Labor Law Presentations In Kennewick For Business Owners
The U.S. Department of Labor is holding a series of presentations in Washington this week to keep farm owners up to speed on the latest labor laws. These presentations are open to the public but are specifically meant for farm owners who employ workers.
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Tribunal disagreement on post-employment victimisation will create "confusion ...
Employment law expert Selwyn Blyth of Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind, said that the two contradictory decisions would create "confusion" for employers in an already complex area of law. Mr Justice Langstaff gave the parties permission ...
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College to hold Employment Law and Workforce Compliance Training on May 22
Ultimate Spring
"This employment law and workforce compliance seminar, designed for business owners and their managers and human resource professionals, will cover hot-button human resource topics that affect business owners-from hiring and firing to compensation ...
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Chavez legacy Extolled in Venezuelan New Labor Law
Prensa Latina
Imagen activa 07 de mayo de 2013, 16:09Caracas, May 7 (Prensa Latina) The entry into force of the new Labor Law (LOT) in Venezuela consolidates the humanist, socialist work and broad recognition of the late president, Hugo Chavez, stated today the ...
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Supreme People's Court issues new guiding opinion on employment disputes
International Law Office
In January 2013 the Supreme People's Court issued the long-awaited Interpretation (IV) on Various Issues Concerning Application of Law in the Trial of Employment Disputes (commonly referred to as 'SPC IV'), which provides a certain amount of clarity on ...
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No firing after Facebook post, NLRB tells tour bus company
Thomson Reuters News & Insight
The NLRB is "laser-focused" on the issue of social media in the workplace, said Renee Jackson, an attorney at Nixon Peabody who specializes in employment law and has spoken extensively on the topic of social media. "The NLRB is trying to stay relevant ...
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Website Allows Comparison Shopping for Law Schools -
Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System executive director Rebecca Kourlis. Detailed law graduate employment information was virtually impossible to come by three years ago. Now, at least four different entities — including the ...
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Julian is new partner at legal firm's largest UK office in city
This is Nottingham
Julian Middleton has been with Freeth Cartwright since 1991 and became a partner in 1996. He was formerly managing partner of the firm's Leicester office and is an expert in employment law. . City role: Julian Middleton is the new managing partner of ...
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Court upholds unfair dismissal of employee suffering from stress
International Law Office
On January 8 2013 the Eastern High Court established that an employer's failure to acknowledge the prognosis of an employee's impending return to work counted as grounds for unfair dismissal. The case involved a 32-year-old attorney who was absent ...
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Legal firm defiant over alert about IR35 advice
Contractor UK
In defending the analysis which inspired its alert, The Law Place yesterday went further by saying contractors should be told by accountants or insurers that the confidentiality of their advice on employment law isn't guaranteed if the taxman investigates.
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A Positive Spin on the Legal Job Market
Wall Street Journal
His study serves a counterpoint to the bleaker conclusions drawn by University of St. Thomas Law Professor Jerry Organ, who relied on nine-month ABA data for his recent graduate-employment study. "It would be wonderful if more schools did something ...
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A look at Houston's health care law firms by the numbers
Houston Business Journal (blog)
The "Largest Houston-Area Law Firms" list published on Jan. 18, 2013. At that time we requested the firms detail specific practice industries such as bankruptcy, energy, health care, IP, labor and employment, M&A and real estate. To qualify for the ...
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UK firms not prepared for Employment Tribunal reforms - Workplace Law
Workplace Law Network (subscription)
Its research of 635 employers from a wide range of small firms found that 67% of small business bosses are unaware of the new Employment Tribunal reforms, while 65% of small firms do not have any financial protection to defend themselves against ...
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DC Circ. Strikes Down NLRB Union Poster Rule
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (May 07, 2013, 2:14 PM ET) -- The D.C. Circuit on Tuesday vacated the National Labor Relations Board's controversial rule requiring employers to display posters about workers' right to unionize, finding the rule unenforceable under ...
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Labour peer Lord Winston has admitted discriminating against job applicants ...
Daily Mail
But Glenn Hayes, employment partner at law firm Irwin Mitchell said: 'The grounds for someone being able to claim that they were discriminated against in the workplace are limited and include race, sex, disability, gender, age, religious beliefs and ...
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Cushman Ordered To Fairly Bargain With Electrical Union
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (May 07, 2013, 9:08 PM ET) -- Cushman & Wakefield Inc. must bargain in good faith with a Delaware electricians union after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge on Monday said Cushman had violated federal labor ...
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Atty's Supervisory Role Allows Firing For Salary Talk: NLRB
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (May 07, 2013, 6:50 PM ET) -- An Alabama law firm broke federal labor law by barring employees from discussing their salaries, but didn't violate the provision against canning workers who do so, because the lawyer it fired last year ...
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Caltech Scientists' Emails Protected, NLRB Says
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (May 07, 2013, 9:04 PM ET) -- The National Labor Relations Board ruled Monday that the California Institute of Technology violated federal labor law by reprimanding scientists at one of its labs for sending mass emails from work ...
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Ala. lawmakers still working on gun law changes
San Francisco Chronicle
Differences remain over the circumstances under which an employee can keep a gun in his car at a place of employment and when a citizen can carry a weapon in public. The chambers appear to have agreed to exempt businesses from civil liability related ...
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Injustice of disabilities lawsuit off the charts
The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines
The DOL and the EEOC, agencies that enforce federal labor and employment laws, chose to sue only Henry's, the employer that brought the workers from Texas. The government lawyers chose not to sue West Liberty Foods, the current owner of the factory, ...
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The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines
2008: Plant faces 9000 labor violations – Agriprocessors owner among 5 ...
The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines
The violations' magnitude prompted Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller to bring a criminal complaint Tuesday against Agriprocessors and five company officials that says 9,311 child labor law violations happened from Sept. 9, 2007, through May 12.
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What Job-Sharing Brings
New York Times (blog)
American labor law has traditionally placed some limits on employee hours, such as overtime regulations. While the recent Affordable Care Act does not strictly limit hours per employee, beginning next year it gives employers a strong push toward part ...
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FTC Tells Data Brokers To Follow Consumer Protection Laws
MediaPost Communications
The FTC said Tuesday that it sent the companies letters recommending that they review their services, policies and employee-training procedures, with an eye toward determining whether their practices complied with the Fair Credit Reporting Act. That ...
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Study: US taxpayers employ more low-wage workers than Wal-Mart, McDonald's ...
Washington Post
Most of the 165,000 net new jobs that the Labor Department reports were added in April came in low-wage sectors, such as retail, food service and temp work. A study last year by the National Employment Law Project found that low-wage occupations ...
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Brown Names Five Lawyers to Fair Employment and Housing Council
Metropolitan News-Enterprise
Under the old system, those claims were adjudicated by the Fair Employment and Housing Commission, which had both regulatory and adjudicatory functions. Under the new law, effective this past Jan. 1, the council has taken over the commission's ...
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Politics Rob Portman Wary on ENDA, LGBT Immigration Bills
Rob Portman may support marriage equality after his son came out to him as gay, but he is not completely sold on the current form of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which would prohibit companies from discriminating against LGBT employees. "I ...
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New redundancy consultation requirements: some things stay the same
Shoosmiths legal updates
The Order does not make any changes to the law relating to unfair dismissal so that where a fixed-term employee has been employed for at least two years (or one year if they started employment before 6 April 2012) they must still be dismissed fairly.
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Georgian Women Seek Fair Maternity Terms
Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Rights activists in Georgia have welcomed plans to make the country's labour legislation more employee-friendly, although they would like the changes to go much further in protecting women in the workplace. A bill currently before parliament reverses ...
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Blogs3 new results for Employment Law
Denied Unemployment? Here's What to Do - Law and Daily Life
By Brett Snider, Esq.
Law & Daily Life - The FindLaw Life, Family and Workplace Law Blog ... After receiving your unemployment denial letter, you may request a hearing with your state's Department of Labor, typically within 30 days of the letter's mailing date.
FindLaw Employment Law News Blogs
Have 'the talk' to stop hostile environment — Business Management ...
By The HR Specialist: North Carolina Employment Law
by The HR Specialist: North Carolina Employment Law on May 8, 2013 10:00am in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources. You can't fire everyone who makes a stupid comment—or even two. But you also can't ignore insensitive ...
Business Management Daily
Disability Law: Hoffman on Sheltered Workshops
By Samuel Bagenstos
In January 2011, a U.S. disability rights organization, National Disability Rights Network (NDRN), published a report that criticizes the use of certain employment practices involving people with disabilities. Within the report, NDRN argues that ...
Disability Law

Web13 new results for Employment Law
Alabama Employment Law: Is it legal for a employer to cut benfits ...
I have been working for a private company in Alabama for ten years. They have ... You probably have a legitimate complaint on the overtime unless you are ...
D'oh! Employment Law According to Homer Simpson | Ervin Cohen ...
We have all lived in a highly regulated, pro-employee environment for years. Moreover, there is no hiding it; employers are bombarded by news about the ...
San Diego Source > Law Week -- Corporate & Employment Law
This chapter of Law Week 2013 focuses on corporate and employment law, looking at hiring trends as well as the latest in corporate trials.
Question about Employment law in Ontario, Canada? - Yahoo! Answers
Does anyone know how much break time are employees
Employment Law Blog: The Price of Generosity - PTO ... - Des Moines
The Davis Brown Employment and Labor Law Blog provides Iowa human resources directors and employers with the latest on employment law matters, ...
The Proposed Restatement of Employment Law at Midpoint by Lea ...
This article examines the proposed Restatement of Employment Law at midpoint, seven years into the process, now that roughly half of the chapters have been ...
Partner Brian Arbetter Brings International Labor Law Expertise to ...
"Brian is a highly-regarded international labor law specialist, whose background and expertise is an excellent fit with us. We continue to grow cornerstone ...
Mandatory Arbitration Provision Upheld | Employment Law Advisor
When she was hired, Serpa signed an agreement to submit employment disputes to binding arbitration, with each side to pay for its own legal costs and fees.
Attended DRI Employment Law Conference — Burke Costanza ...
Richard Castleton, an associate attorney with the firm's Merrillville office, recently attended the Defense Research Institute's Employment Law Seminar in ...
International Employment Law Network LINEE was launched today ...
Top employment law firms from around the world have joined together today to launch an international network sourcing legal advice for international executives ...
employment law : ADP Compliance Insights
Over the past few weeks, we've been exploring the compliance conundrum – the employment-related compliance challenges facing CFOs, human resources ...
Dallas Employment Law Lawyer | Fort Worth Texas Employee ...
Call a Dallas employment law lawyer at The Law Offices of James Stanton, LLP, at 214-559-3232. Serving clients throughout Texas.
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