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About Face: OSHA Clarifies that Safety-Incentive Programs and Post-Incident DrugAlcohol Testing ARE Permissible

USA - October 19 2018 On October 11, 2018, in an about-face on prior guidance, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a significant Standard...

Benjamin W. Mounts, Nancy N. Delogu, Thomas M. Metzger, Dale L. Deitchler.

"Purloined Letters": Management Options When A Departing Employee Puts A Business Entity At Risk By Collecting Confidential Business Or Personnel Information For Use In The Employee's Personal Litigation

USA - May 14 2018 The following scenario is more common--and more troubling--than ever before. A high-ranking employee who has signed an agreement to preserve the...

Christian A. Angotti, Bryan M. Gramlich, Edward T. Ellis, Earl (Chip) M. Jones III, Jill M. Weimer.

Revisiting Your Sexual Harassment Policy During the MeToo Uprising

USA - November 29 2017 Unlawful sexual harassment, long a problem in the workplace, has become the most visible employment issue in corporate America. Victims of sexual...

Angelique Paul Newcomb.

Restoring Decades-Old Precedent, the DOL Blows the Whistle on Fordham's "Fundamental Error"

USA - October 13 2016 On Friday, September 30, 2016, U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) Administrative Review Board (ARB) issued its highly anticipated decision in Palmer v...

Cooper J. Spinelli, Susan K. Fitzke.

OSHA Joins the SEC in Attacking Confidentiality and Other Provisions in Private Settlement Agreements

USA - September 19 2016 On September 15, 2016, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released new policy guidelines for its review of private...

Edward T. Ellis, Earl (Chip) M. Jones III.