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Joseph "Trey" L. Wood, III BoyarMiller

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Are you an accommodating recruiter?

USA - February 20 2013 By now, most all employers are aware that the Americans With Disabilities Act Amendment Act (ADAAA) has greatly expanded the definition of what…


Are you relying on the right kind of expert for disability assessments?

USA - February 4 2013 Sara, one of your employees approaches you to tell you that she has a particular condition/disability that requires an accommodation in order to…


"Let's keep It between you and me": not so fast says the NLRB

USA - January 22 2013 Employers have long tried to keep confidential certain aspects of the employee/employer relationship. For example, many employers do not want…


Jury waivers: an alternative to arbitration

USA - May 17 2012 The practice of requiring employees to sign mandatory arbitration agreements has become more widespread, and the enforceability of those agreements are routinely accepted by the courts.


NLRB notice — posting rule declared unconstitutional

USA - May 15 2012 On April 13, a federal district court in South Carolina ruled that the National Labor Relations Board did not have authority to issue its notice-posting rule. 

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