Jun 1, 2013

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Super Lawyers Names All Four Principals of The Employment Law Group® Law ...
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
WASHINGTON, May 31, 2013 — /PRNewswire/ -- Super Lawyers named all four principals of The Employment Law Group® law firm to its 2013 list of outstanding lawyers — an unusual honor for all the owners at a law firm. Super Lawyers is an independent ...
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Settling wage-and-hour case? You'll pay worker's lawyer, too
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Minnesota Employment Law on June 1, 2013 12:00pm in Human Resources,Overtime Labor Laws. Before you settle a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) claim for what you might consider "peanuts," remember that any settlement will ...
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Poll: Should NJ pass law barring employers from accessing potential employees ...
The Jersey Journal - NJ.com
"In an economy where employers clearly have the upper hand, we need to protect the rights of job-seekers from being trampled." Many employers have long checked out comments and profiles of prospective employees posted on Facebook and Twitter ...
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More employees stand up for their workplace health
Kansas City Star
As an employment law attorney at Ogletree Deakins in Kansas City, Trina Le Riche sees a legal reason for workplaces to be receptive to different desk and chair options. Under federal law, employers must provide "reasonable accommodations" for persons ...
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Local Jackson Lewis attorneys recognized
Foster's Daily Democrat
Closson has been practicing labor and employment law since his admission to the New Hampshire Bar in 1993. Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, he was a founder and partner in Flygare, Schwarz & Closson, PLLC, a highly regarded firm specializing in labor ...
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Idea Box: Tips for Developing Better Employee Training and Handbook Materials
Pallet Enterprise
Unfortunately,employment and labor laws at the federal, state or local level can changerapidly, so employee handbooks should be reviewed every year, and modified ifneeded, to make sure that everything in it complies with any new or revisedlaws.
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DC labor board chief resigns over residency, cites discrimination
Washington Times
The executive director of the board that adjudicates labor and employment disputes in the Nation's Capital has resigned, reportedly for having violated the District's residency laws by living in Virginia. But according to his May 24 resignation letter ...
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Have questions on agricultural law? We've got answers
Coshocton Tribune
Daniels also recently wrote about the importance of the Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification process. Completing this form correctly is mandated by the government. Even if you know the employee you are hiring, you are still required by law to ...
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Rhode Island law provides legal recognition to same-sex marriages
Employers in Rhode Island with fully insured health plans that are subject to state laws must offer coverage to employees' same-sex spouses on the same terms as it is offered to employees' opposite-sex spouses. Employers with self-funded insurance ...
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Hasty retirement benefits offer may show retaliation
Business Management Daily
Hasty retirement benefits offer may show retaliation. by The HR Specialist: California Employment Law on May 31, 2013 5:00pm in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources. Before offering a retirement package that's contingent on giving up the right ...
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Hanford managers seek judgment for due process claims
Hanford Sentinel
The motion seeks a ruling, prior to the April 2014 trial date, on charges that the managers were denied their constitutional rights to due process when the City Council voted in March 2011 to make them into at-will employees and remove employment ...
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Rep. Phil Miller Votes to Raise Minimum Wage
"The National Employment Law Project found that two-thirds of America's low-wage workers work for companies with more than a hundred employees, such as Walmart and McDonald's," argued Miller. "Small business owners know that paying their workers a ...
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Fired for Being Gay? Protections Are Piecemeal
New York Times
"As gay people are able to participate more in the normal activities and institutions of everyday life, their visibility in the workplace is more apparent and they are a more visible target for employment discrimination," said Shannon Price Minter, a ...
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Where Latin American Countries Stand on LGBT Rights
Puerto Rico made headlines this week after its governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla signed two bills into law; one which prohibits employment discrimination based on gender or sexual orientation, and the other which adds to the island's domestic violence ...
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Thomas Jefferson Law Prods Support from Alumni
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Several former students — who graduated in 2008 or 2009 — are accusing the San Diego law school of giving them false hope about their employment prospects by allegedly reporting misleading post-graduate job data. The litigation is in the discovery ...
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So far, sequester turns out to be tremors, not earthquake
All but seven states already have imposed the cuts, which range from 10.7 percent in places such as Alaska, Idaho, Georgia, Kentucky, Texas and Pennsylvania to 23 percent in Wyoming, according to the National Employment Law Project, a New York-based ...
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Principal in court for unpaid dues
The Star
In her plaint Leah Suguta who was an accountant at the school said the principal Lucas Matiko interdicted her in 2009 contrary to the labour laws. The plaintiff while testifying before the Resident Magistrate Grace Kirugumi said that she had offered ...
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Alabama self-employment could hit 134K
Birmingham Business Journal
The Robert Wood report said health coverage has exclusively been tied to employment with a company, but added that the law's upcoming provisions will encourage more people to go to work for themselves. The key provisions the report said are expected to ...
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Firing a lactating woman violates discrimination law: Appeals court
Business Insurance
The Thursday ruling in Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Houston Funding II L.L.C. overturned a 2012 decision by a Houston federal judge, whose dismissal of the suit was widely publicized. The EEOC said Donna Venters alleged she was fired ...
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Don't panic, your savings of up to £85000 are safe
The National
According to article 116 of UAE Labour Law "the employee becomes liable for compensating the employer against losses incurred by him in consequence of contract termination, provided that the amount of compensation may not exceed half a month's pay ...
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New Developments in UK Employment Law for ... - Latham & Watkins
These reforms are part of the government's "Employment Law Review" which is ... "red tape" in employment law in a bid to help promote economic growth by ...
Employment Law Blog: Understanding Washington Disability ...
Understanding Washington Disability Discrimination - Washington employment law blog.
Employment Law | Columbus Law FirmColumbus Law Firm
Employment Law. Our Employment Law practice includes working with both employees and employers. For employees, we focus on protecting their rights in the ...
Utah Employment Law | Labor Law Attorneys Serving Clients in ...
For experienced employment law assistance in Utah, contact the skilled attorneys at Jeffs & Jeffs, P.C. in Provo. They serve clients with all business law issues.
Johnson Employment Law - Tustin, California - Legal/Law | Facebook
Johnson Employment Law, Tustin, California. 129 likes · 59 talking about this.
Employment Law Specialist Program - UC Davis Extension
The two areas of study for this topic-specific Specialist Program are Employment Law and Administrative Law. A required elective further sharpens your ...
May | 2013 | Labor & Employment Law Forum
1 post published by aulaborlawforum during May 2013.
FindLaw's Guide to Achieving Legal and Human Resources Harmony
Even if you aren't an employment law guru, you've got your work cut out for you. A great place to start is the brief (and free) FindLaw Guide to Counseling the ...
New Maryland Employment Laws and Federal Court Invalidates ...
Governor O'Malley signed an amendment to Maryland's employment discrimination law that will require employers with 15 or more employees to provide ...

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