Legal Influencer

Q1 | 2019

Legal Influencers

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The $3,000 tip: Is the employer stuck?

USA - September 23 2022 After the credit card charge of $3,013 cleared, the restaurant (as is typical based on my own long-past experience as a waitress) paid the waitress…

ABCs of Employment Law: Employment at will

USA - September 16 2022 Earlier this year, I began a series of very basic explanations of the federal laws that govern the workplace. The first installment covered…

Labor Day Quiz (pro version)

USA - September 2 2022 Before the festivities begin, test your knowledge! In 2020, I did a Labor Day Quiz, but it was short and not very hard. Today's quiz is the "pro"…

Is more EEOC litigation on the way?

USA - August 26 2022 Probably. Employers, get ready. Will EEOC lawyers do an end run around the EEOC commissioners? If so, employers are likely to see more lawsuits with…

Gender dysphoria is covered by ADA, appeals court says

USA - August 19 2022 I'm not sure I agree. With all due respect. An issue that has been percolating for the past few years is whether gender dysphoria is a "disability"…