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Colorado employers can fire workers for off-duty medical marijuana use

USA - June 18 2015 The Colorado Supreme Court ruled on June 15, 2015, that an employee can be fired for using medical marijuana even though the drug is legal in…

Bradley M. Bakker, Jeremy M. Brenner, Bradley S. Byars, John P. Hasman, Kimberly (Kym) A. Smiley.

'Tis the season to be merry — and worry

USA - November 17 2014 As the holiday season approaches and the weather turns cold, employers face a number of issues particularly relevant to this time of year. Inclement…

Bradley M. Bakker, Jeremy M. Brenner, Jovita M. Foster, Dione C. Greene.

NLRB refines test for determining independent contractor status versus employee status

USA - October 3 2014 The National Labor Relations Board has published a decision (FedEx Home Delivery, 361 NLRB No. 55) holding FedEx delivery drivers to be employees…

Bradley M. Bakker, Jeremy M. Brenner, Jovita M. Foster, John P. Hasman.

United States Supreme Court finds Obama’s NLRB appointments invalid

USA - June 26 2014 In a ruling that will have far reaching implications for future Presidential appointments, the U.S. Supreme Court today struck down three Obama…

Bradley M. Bakker, Jeremy M. Brenner, Jovita M. Foster, Dione C. Greene.

New NLRB ruling creates new hazards for employer retaliation policies

USA - June 18 2014 In the latest in a series of decisions impacting non-union and unionized employers, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently issued a new…

Bradley M. Bakker, Jeremy M. Brenner, Jovita M. Foster.