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Proposed Texas Marijuana Laws Might Impact Workplaces In 2019

USA - January 2 2019 Texas has maintained its reputation as being a Conservative state despite the results of the 2018 midterm elections. But, as the surprisingly close…

Employer Wins $5 Million From Bullying Union

USA - October 3 2016 For the first time in American labor law history, a jury found that a union defamed and disparaged an employer while waging a bitter organizing…

A. Kevin Troutman, Richard R. Meneghello, Todd A. Lyon.

In Today’s Gig Economy, Are Dealerships Classifying Dealer-Trade Drivers Correctly?

USA - October 17 2018 The term gig economy is not just one you hear millennials use; it’s a continuously growing workforce of independent contractors who value flexibility…

Lariza A. Hebert.

Blurred Lines: Texas Supreme Court Applies Hazy Distinction Between Workplace Harassment And Assault

USA - March 2 2017 The Texas Supreme Court recently blurred the distinctions between harassment and assault claims as they apply to employer liability under the State’s…

Lariza A. Hebert, Michael V. Abcarian, Richard R. Meneghello, Robert Kilgore.

Dealerships On Pins And Needles After Latest Union Pin Decision

USA - August 1 2016 Niedermeyer: “A pledge pin?!? On your uniform? Just tell me, mister, what fraternity would pledge a man like you?” Flounder: “It’s a Delta pin, sir.”…