Jul 21, 2013

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What if someone 'goes postal?' Illinois' concealed-carry law has companies ...
Belleville News Democrat
"The law doesn't say anything about it, so I think we get into a situation where we're balancing someone's constitutional rights against a business' right to regulate its employees," Anderson said. "It gets really gray when you talk about someone in a ...
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Civil and Human Rights Coalition Applauds Bipartisan Committee Approval of ...
Civil and Human Rights Coalition Applauds Bipartisan Committee Approval of Employment Non-Discrimination Act. By Mel Fabrikant Saturday, July 20, 2013, 03:22 PM EDT. One of the many functions of the Sheriff's Office is to conduct the sale of real ...
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Amid legal efforts to block right-to-work, it remains the law
Crain's Detroit Business (blog)
Attorney General Bill Schuette said in a brief he submitted in the case that logic says state employees are covered by the right-to-work law and that allowing a worker the choice to eschew union membership is not a condition of employment. The Michigan ...
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READER SUBMITTED: McCarter & English Labor Partner Richard Vitarelli Named
Hartford Courant
McCarter & English's Labor & Employment Law practice assists company management in making informed decisions that are compliant with employment law. The firm provides cost-effective solutions and, when necessary, defends companies in court and ...
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DILG, DOLE NegOr to help register house helpers under Kasambahay Law
Philippine Information Agency
In Negros Oriental, the DILG and DOLE (Department of Labor & Employment) held an orientation-briefing recently to its field officers and partner agencies to plan the launching and start-up of the registration. DILG provincial director Farah Gentuya ...
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Rhode Island Fourth State To "Ban the Box" for Private Employers
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
The new Rhode Island law amends the state's Fair Employment Practices Act ("FEPA"), which covers any employer in the state employing four or more individuals as well as any person acting in the interest of an employer.[1]. Prohibitions & Exceptions.
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The HR Space: Free Labour Or Future Liability? Unpaid Internships Deserve A ...
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
In Ontario, the employment standards law provides us with detailed guidance. It is based on the interpretation given the 1938 U.S. Fair Labour Standards Act by the U.S. Supreme Court. Under Ontario's Employment Standards Act, 2000, a person will not be ...
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Coffee shop workers in Halifax in midst of unique drive to unionize
CTV News
Labour organizing in the service industry has been traditionally low for both ideological and economic reasons, said David Doorey, a professor of labour and employment law at York University in Toronto. "It is a highly competitive industry, and ...
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Restrictive Covenant Alert - Two-Year Employment 'Rule'
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
A number of key employment law provisions came into force on 25 June 2013, with 29 July 2013 as the next key date for legislative reform. We take a look at what employment-related legislative changes are in store this summer. 25 June 2013 – legislative ...
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Megans Law Updates – 7-20
Chesco DOES
Megans Law Updates – 7-20. Gina Marks, Coatesville DOES | 07/20/2013. ShawnOmarJackson Shawn Omar Jackson has reported employment within five miles of Caln. Jackson was convicted of rape in February of 1982, and is a Tier 3 offender. CarlMcNeil ...
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Asylum seekers: PNG faces breaking point
The Age
University of Sydney professor of international law Ben Saul said it was hard to see how PNG could provide refugees with decent housing, education, healthcare and employment given the difficulties the locals had in securing such rights. ''PNG is one of ...
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Accountants: Health Care Law Makes New Hires Less Likely
"The recent delay in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, and the uncertainty that accompanies such a delay, won't help the employment situation," Hamilton said. "Private businesses are trying to map out their hiring and investment plans for ...
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Activists target Utah's 'agricultural-gag' law
The Utah law targets people who trespass to record a livestock operation, leave a device behind for recording, or obtain access by false pretense, including by obtaining employment. The Animal Legal Defense Fund says undercover filming has led to such ...
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Victoria Advocate to file open records complaint against Calhoun County
Victoria Advocate
A month after Calhoun County ended a law suit with a former employee, it still refuses to release the terms of the settlement. The Victoria Advocate plans to file a complaint with the Texas Attorney General's office seeking the terms under the Texas ...
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Business Milestones: July 21st
Winston-Salem Journal
Attorneys in the firm are: Robert M. "Hoppy" Elliot , partner, who focuses primarily on employment law, disability/LTD, civil rights and general litigation; J. Griffin Morgan , partner, who focuses on assisting clients in areas related to employment ...
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Cornyn: Labor Leaders Feeling Obamacare Buyer's Remorse
Texas GOP Vote
The law as it stands will hurt millions of Americans.' "This same letter went on to detail some of the nightmare scenarios that these labor leaders have concerns about. It pointed out that many businesses are cutting full-time employment back to part ...
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State board upholds TriMet contract requiring union members to pay more of ...
At the same time, the Employment Relations Board found that TriMet engaged in bad-faith bargaining by changing its final contract proposal for health-care benefits at a 2012 arbitration hearing. State law requires parties to exchange their last best ...
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Following even the stupid laws
Foster's Daily Democrat
Businesses with more than 50 employees, the ones to whom the law applies, are only a few percent of all firms, but they account for 72 percent of employment. While I think delaying the very complex law is reasonable, I would have delayed it for both ...
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Cheers & jeers 7/21/13
Citizens Voice
Cheers to Pittston, the most progressive city in Luzerne County on LGBT rights. It's the only city in the county with an ordinance barring discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodation based on sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
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NC unemployment fight being watched across the US
Just last week, Gay Gilbert, administrator for the U.S. Office of Unemployment Insurance, wrote in a letter to Dale Folwell, assistant secretary for N.C.'s Division of Employment Security, that under federal law, North Carolina can't deny benefits to ...
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Andover School Committee won't appeal state ruling
... must also post a public notice announcing they will not retaliate against Meagher for "engaging in concerted, protected activities" and that they won't "interfere with, restrain and coerce any employees in the exercise of their rights guaranteed ...
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Being a New York state senator is a part-time job, and virtually all sitting state senators have other employment. Nevertheless, by this failure, he supposedly had denied the state his undivided, or "honest," services. He was not convicted of bribery ...
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Workzone: Indiscriminate use of background checks can rile authorities
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
The effect that all of those extra arrests and subsequent convictions have on future employment if employers use criminal background checks for every job is that it puts African-Americans at a disadvantage for getting work. The EEOC filed two lawsuits ...
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Railroading Evangelicals on Immigration Issues: Ignorance Is Not Love
In a choice between enforcing immigration and employment laws so that illegal immigrants would be encouraged to leave or legalizing them under certain conditions (like paying fines and back taxes), 61 percent of all likely voters preferred enforcement ...
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Employment Law - Ridenour & Ridenour
Ridenour & Ridenour Attorneys at Law have your best interest in mind when representing employment claims throughout Tennessee. The skilled and ...
EEO Roundup: Nassar, Vance, Windsor Provide Fodder for ... - Bna
EEO Roundup: Nassar, Vance, Windsor Provide Fodder for Employment Law Seminars. by Patrick Dorrian. Tweet. RSS. Recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings on  ...
SCOLAG - quarterly employment law update - Lexology
Each month SCOLAG publish a legal journal which contains articles and updates in relation to the most recent legislative and judicial changes in the…
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Speakers. Phyllis G. Cancienne, Shareholder,. Baker Donelson Bearman, Caldwell &. Berkowitz, PC, Baton Rouge, LA pcancienne@bakerdonelson.com.

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