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Joan Grossman
U.S. High Court Considers Equitable Relief In ERISA Reimbursement Dispute

WASHINGTON, D.C. — (Mealey’s) The U.S. Supreme Court today heard arguments regarding whether an employee welfare plan’s attempt to recover an alleged overpayment from a participant constitutes permissible “equitable relief”...

Eric Meyer
Latest Study Indicates Rampant Transgender Discrimination at Work

On Tuesday, voters in Houston, TX took to the polls and said no to Prop 1 . That’s a ballot measure that would have outlawed discrimination at work against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees and job applicants. Amanda Terkel at The...

Jon Hyman
OSHA’s Penalties Are on the Rise

Today’s post (or most of it, anyway) originally appeared on Meyers Roman’s Ohio OSHA Law Blog , but it’s worth reprinting for my readers. Have you subscribed to our new OSHA blog? If not, what are you waiting for? Subscribe...

Philip Miles
Workplace Sexual Harassment Prevention

For the first time in three semesters of teaching employment law at Penn State, I am cancelling class on Thursday. As a result, I recorded a video to address some of the issues we would have covered that day. Here's Intro to Workplace Sexual Harassment...

Lisa Stam
Privacy Commissioner of Canada's BYOD Guidelines

I’ve written several posts about BYOD in the past, and continue to believe that for many workplaces, BYOD will be difficult if not impossible to resist. However, it won’t be news to anyone that BYOD raises a full array of privacy and security...

Eric Meyer
Court Upholds Employee Firing After Complaining About Gay Slurs. Was That a Mistake?

Mr. Gaff worked as a custodian at a University. He claimed that, on several occasions, his subordinate called him a “fa***t.” So, Mr. Gaff complained to his supervisor. Then, Mr. Gaff was later fired. Retaliation? Now, back to this case...