Klein & Joelle Sharman
The Department of Labor recently issued guidance on how
and when employers are to notify employees about the availability of state-run
health insurance exchanges, and provided sample notices for employers to
The United States
Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit today in a 2-1 decision invalidated a number of orders of
the National Labor Relations Board in NLRB
v. New Vista Nursing And Rehabilitation [ an enhanced version of this opinion is available...
Wage and hour litigation is the fastest growing category
within employment law today. During the years 2003-2006 there were about 4,000
FLSA lawsuits filed. Now they are being filed at a rate of over 7,000 a year. A
Harris Interactive survey says that...
by William J. Brutocao
When an employee decides to
quit his job and go into competition with his employer, either by setting up a
new enterprise or by working for a competitor, what part of his employer's
information can he take...
With all the votes counted, even in Florida, David Weisenfeld moderates a
panel discussion on what the results mean for HR and key employment
issues to watch. Appearing on the panel are employer-side attorney
Anthony Oncidi of Proskauer Rose in...
by Karin Jones
The Oregon Supreme Court has
confirmed that employers are not obligated to accommodate the use of medical
marijuana by disabled or other employees, holding in Emerald Steel Fabricators,
Inc. v. Bureau of Labor and Industries, 348...
Network Security Risk:
Because of their nature, the use of social media websites
increases a company's exposure to cyber threats such as malware and phishing
attacks. With many users accessing their social networks from computers in the