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Inconsistent Factual Accounts Could Support an Inference of Retaliation

USA - October 18 2018 The United States Appeals Court for the Seventh Circuit (covering Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin) recently issued an opinion that serves as a warning...


Massachusetts Employers Take Heed: New Non-Compete Law Adds Important New Requirements and Prohibitions

USA - August 29 2018 Massachusetts recently enacted a new law outlining the requirements for valid employee non-competition agreements. The law will go into effect for...

Kali T. Wellington-James.


New Maryland Law Requires Employers to Gather Information on Settlement of Sex Harassment Claims

USA - August 8 2018 Q. Are there any laws related to settlement of sex harassment claims in Maryland that I should be aware of? A. In response to the many high-profile...

Sara Mohammed.


Supreme Court Rules Public Sector NonMember Union Dues Are Unconstitutional

USA - July 20 2018 Q: Can public employees, who are not members of a union, be forced to pay union dues? A: No. On June 27, 2018, in a 5-4 opinion, the United States...

Lula T. Weldekidan.


Let Them Eat Cake: U.S. Supreme Court Admonishes Colorado Civil Rights Commission to Avoid Anti-Religious Bias

USA - June 28 2018 Q: Can an employer discriminate against members of the LGBT community on the basis of the employer’s religious beliefs? A. On June 4, 2018, the United...

Kali T. Wellington-James.