Labor and Employment Law

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NLRA, NLRB: Anticipated increased activity and requirements by the Board.
Posted on 3 Jan 2011 by Robert A. Martin

Anticipate a requirement by the National Labor Relations Board that employers post a notice about rights of employees, unionized or not, to discuss working conditions, pay, benefits unionization, safety, etc. These are not new rights, but apparently the... Read More

President Obama Details Possible Cuts to Federal Spending under Budget Control Act of 2011
Posted on 17 Sep 2012 by Edwin Hopson

On September 14, 2012, the President's Office of Management and Budget released a report on what the estimated impact of sequestration pursuant to Sequestration Transparency Act, as mandated by the Budget Control Act of 2011, would be on January 2... Read More

Unlawful to Fire Employee for Facebook Rant?
Posted on 31 Mar 2011 by Williams Mullen

Editor: Heath H. Galloway Facebook is everywhere, and its implications for employers can be maddening. It is one thing to prevent your employees from using Facebook while they are at work, but what control do you have over what your employees say on... Read More

Darrell VanDeusen Discusses Social Media and the Workplace. Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid.
Posted on 15 Mar 2011 by LexisNexis Legal Business Community Staff

On this edition, Darrell R. VanDeusen of Kollman & Saucier, P.A. in Timonium, Md. discusses legal restrictions on electronic communications and social media in the employment arena, recent caselaw, and what is different about the private sector. He... Read More

How to Stay on the NLRB's "Friends" List
Posted on 3 Mar 2011 by Bullivant Houser Bailey PC

by Chrys A. Martin and Krista N. Hardwick You may recall that last November we told you about the Connecticut employer who faced NLRB charges for firing an employee who posted derogatory comments about the company on Facebook ( http://www.bullivant... Read More

Unlawful to Fire Employee for Facebook Rant?
Posted on 31 Mar 2011 by Williams Mullen

Editor: Heath H. Galloway Facebook is everywhere, and its implications for employers can be maddening. It is one thing to prevent your employees from using Facebook while they are at work, but what control do you have over what your employees say... Read More

How to Stay on the NLRB's "Friends" List
Posted on 3 Mar 2011 by Bullivant Houser Bailey PC

by Chrys A. Martin and Krista N. Hardwick You may recall that last November we told you about the Connecticut employer who faced NLRB charges for firing an employee who posted derogatory comments about the company on Facebook ( http://www.bullivant... Read More