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  1. Under the microscope: the EEOC takes a close look at severance agreements

    USA - October 15 2014

    One of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC) enforcement priorities is to target policies that discourage or prohibit individuals from

  2. Businesses must not unfairly impact online reviews

    USA - October 15 2014

    Today, a business’s online reputation is a large component of how it is perceived by customers and potential customers. Businesses must be aware of

  3. NLRB revisits independent contractor definition

    USA - October 10 2014

    Employees are permitted to join unions. Independent contractors are not. Thus, whether a particular working relationship involves an “employee” or an

  4. Yet another opinion in which a court mistakes hypothesis for theory

    USA - October 13 2014

    While some may imagine that scientific hypotheses are the product of highly educated people with brilliant minds drawing straightforward inferences

  5. How to remove defamatory reviews from Yelp

    USA - February 6 2014

    Based on third quarter data from 2013, more than one-in-five Yelp reviews earned two or fewer stars on the website's five-star scale. Of the

  1. Fifth Appellate District rules on 1989 DMA

    USA - October 21 2014

    In Wendt v. Dickerson (October 16, 2014), the Fifth District Court of Appeals ruled on the self-executing nature of the 1989 DMA. The court held that

  2. Fair Credit Reporting Act attention to detail matters

    USA - October 20 2014

    A federal district court in Virginia last week tentatively approved a $4 million settlement between Dollar General and a nationwide class of job

  3. Issues for employers to consider in confronting Ebola

    USA - October 17 2014

    One person with Ebola, technically known as the Ebola hemorrhagic virus, and sometimes called the Ebola Virus Disease, has died in the United States

  4. Court finds relator ill-suited to question federal agency’s judgment, tosses qui tam suit

    USA - October 16 2014

    Last week, the District of Kansas granted summary judgment to Boeing in U.S. ex rel. Smith v. The Boeing Company, Case No. 05-10730MLB (D. Kan.), a

  5. Businesses must not unfairly impact online reviews

    USA - October 15 2014

    Today, a business’s online reputation is a large component of how it is perceived by customers and potential customers. Businesses must be aware of