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To Connect Or Not To Connect, That Is The Non-Solicitation Agreement Question

USA - August 15 2017 A former employee’s social media activities were not “solicitations” that breached his employment non-solicitation agreement where

Employment & labour law in France

France, Global - June 5 2017 A structured guide to employment and labour law in France

Nevada Attorney General Takes Dramatic Action to Stop Serial Plaintiff’s ADA Title III Lawsuits

USA - August 10 2017 In an apparent effort to stop one plaintiff’s lawsuit spree, the Nevada Attorney General moves to intervene in a federal ADA Title

Webinar Recap! Trade Secret Protection: What Every Employer Needs to Know

USA - August 11 2017 In Seyfarth’s fourth webinar in its series of 2017 Trade Secrets Webinars, Seyfarth attorneys Robert Milligan and Joshua Salinas were joined by Jim

The Week in Weed: August 11, 2017

USA - August 10 2017 Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what’s happening in the world of legalized marijuana. Sessions says he has ‘serious concerns’

Beware: Marijuana Businesses Targeted With Product Labeling Violation Letters

USA - August 22 2017 Marijuana businesses must properly label their products if they contain chemicals that can cause cancer, birth defects, or other

Management Alert - The Current Federal Retrenchment on LGBT Rights

USA - August 22 2017 The first eight months of the new administration signals a retrenchment on the Executive Branch’s view of legal protections due

5th Circuit Asked to Review ALJ Decision to Vacate “Controlling Employer” Doctrine Citation

USA - August 21 2017 As expected, OSHA has appealed an ALJ ruling that severely limits OSHA's "controlling employer" Enforcement Policy. Acosta v

Standing and plausibility in ERISA

USA - August 21 2017 A district court in New York has held that a plaintiff cannot assert claims against a plan in which she did not participate and

Seventh Circuit Sends Police Officers’ Off-Duty BlackBerry Claims to Spam Folder

United Kingdom, USA - August 18 2017 Employers often grapple with what to do when their policies prohibit off-duty work, like working on mobile devices after hours, that employees don’t