At LinkedIn, Sam's and my former colleague Tim Holly writes on the intersection between employment law and common sense.
At the New York Labor & Employment Law Report, Joseph Dier analyzes
At the Labor and Employment Law Blog, Brendan Begley highlights two recent California state appellate court decisions and cautions employers about problematic language (or failure to include certain language) in arbitration agreements:
At the California Employment Law Report, Anthony Zaller highlights—and offers brief suggestions for addressing—five errors
In a recent article, New Hampshire attorney Amy Goodridge creates and analyzes a hypothetical office party scenario where several employees became very intoxicated and a supervisor makes sexually expli
At New York Labor & Employment Law Report, attorney Howard Miller recently conducted a labor and employment audit of
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently reported a free speech victory for a faculty member who was unconstitutionally punished by a public college:
Professor Stephen Bainbridge recently posted on his website about a comment letter to the US Department of Health and Human S
The first half of 2014 was a busy time for the New Hampshire legislature. It passed (and the governor signed) many employment-related statutes.