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Improper HIPAA Disclosure Results in Termination and Legal Dispute

USA - August 28 2017 The Kentucky Court of Appeals recently held that a hospital acted lawfully in terminating the employment of a nurse for violating the Health Insurance...

David P. McKinney.

Medical cannabis implications for employers in Minnesota

USA - September 18 2014 On May 29, 2014, Minnesota signed into law Minnesota's medical cannabis bill (SF No. 2470), which passed the House 89-to-40 and the Senate 46-to-16...

Jody Ward-Rannow.

Applying wage and hour laws to the 21st century series: concerns involving exempt employees

USA - January 7 2013 In this, our final post in this blog series on wage and hour issues in the 21st century, we address another frequent area of concern for employers: exempt...

Charles E. McDonald, III.

Applying wage and hour laws to the 21st century series: telecommuting risks and rewards

USA - December 5 2012 Telecommuting has become a popular work option for several employers in the recent past. Reasons that employers and employees may consider telecommuting...

Charles E. McDonald, III.

Records of potential off-the-clock work violations: GPS tracking devices

USA - October 26 2012 Along with the ubiquitous nature of smart phones, employers are increasingly using GPS technology to track company vehicles to determine if employees working on remote job sites are where they are supposed to be and to locate missing vehicles andor employees....

Charles E. McDonald, III.