Over the past several weeks, you probably read about this
case involving a company suing one of its former employees whom it alleges
misappropriated a Twitter account and, along with it, 17,000 Twitter followers
that the company believes it owns. A...
And, then, there are those that allegedly do. It is on
those occasions that this blog can practically write itself.
Take, for example, AutoNation .
According to a complaint recently filed in California state court -- well,
let's just say that...
That was the question that the Seventh Circuit Court of
Appeals faced in an opinion released yesterday.
If you don't know, then you don't pay.
Labor Standards Act (FLSA), among other things, establishes minimum wage
There is no federal law that specifically prohibits
obesity discrimination. But is the Americans
with Disabilities Act broad enough to cover discrimination against the
obese? Well, if you read my blog regularly -- Hi Dad! -- you know that a hyper-obese...
What's the point of having a written handbook policy if
you aren't going to follow it? Better yet, what are the consequences of not
following that handbook policy?
(Hint: they're bad).
This recent federal-court age-discrimination decision...
Back in August, I blogged about a case where a federal court held that an
employer inquiring about an employee's retirement plans, alone, does not
discriminate on the basis of age. But
what about relentlessly browbeating a plaintiff into retiring...