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  1. Five considerations when selecting a new brand

    USA - August 18 2014

    Selecting a name or brand for a new product or service involves multiple considerations, some of which are not obvious at first and can haunt the

  2. Union organizing in 2014

    USA - August 7 2014

    States with the most petitions filed (pdf) included: New York, California, Illinois, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Each of these top five states are

  3. 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

  4. How many unions can your workplace support?

    USA - July 24 2014

    When most people think about unions, they think about a single union that represents all of the employees at a single workplace. For example, one may

  5. Hotel warns against negative reviews, receives flood of 1-star ratings

    USA - August 4 2014

    Being open to honest feedback and encouraging consumers to voice their opinions is not a terrible thing for businesses - even if that includes some

  1. Employers won't "like" this one: NLRB holds Facebook "thumbs up" is protected concerted activity

    USA - August 29 2014

    Numerous actions by the NLRB's General Counsel and administrative law judges (highlighted in prior posts on this blog) have caused great concern for

  2. New limits on employers during union organizing efforts

    USA - August 27 2014

    Every employer confronting a union organizing effort asks the same question: How can I lawfully communicate with my employees during the campaign? A

  3. Appellate Court affirms newcomer trial victory; implications for Ohio trustees

    USA - August 27 2014

    On August 22, 2014, the Sixth District Court of Appeals affirmed on all counts a Williams County probate court's September 2012 decision in favor of

  4. Cry "solidarity" and let loose the NLRB: a significant expansion of the NLRA's protections

    USA - August 26 2014

    A recent NLRB decision will likely result in a significant expansion of the activity the NLRA protects. The case, Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market

  5. Arizona Appellate Court: republication of alleged internet defamation restarts statute of limitations

    USA - August 25 2014

    On Aug. 19, an Arizona appellate court ruled that republication of allegedly libelous remarks on the internet restarted the clock on the state's one