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Fire for What!? - 6/5/2012

Welcome to a very special (and creepy) edition of Fired for What!? Ordinarily, I feature three great termination stories from around the web . . . but I'm willing to make an exception for this case. A Pennsylvania man has been arrested for using a hidden camera to spy on a co-worker . But wait, it...

Pennsylvania Adopts E-Discovery Rules

On June 6, 2012, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued an Order amending the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure to include e-discovery provisions . They also announced the changes via Twitter . Yup, they have their own Twitter account - one of the reasons my state's high court is cooler than yours...

Miles on Facebook Passwords in Job Interviews

I know, I know . . . this topic never gets old! In any event, I authored an article for the Centre Daily Times, Welcome, What's Your Password ? The article covers some of the risks of job interviews in which the employer demands a social media password. It is intended for a mainstream audience, and...

Fired for WHAT!? - The Olympics Edition!

OK, these aren't so much "employees" who were "fired" as they are athletes who were not allowed to compete at the Olympics: 4th Place is Not Top 24 - Poor Jordyn Wieber. If you click that link you will see the results of the women's gymnastics qualifying round. Jordyn...