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Judge Strikes Down WI Collective Bargaining Law

A county judge in Wisconsin has struck down most of the law Gov. Scott Walker (R) signed last year that restricted public employees' collective bargaining rights and sparked mass protests in Madison. Dane County Circuit Court Judge Juan Colas...

Margaret (Molly) DiBianca
N.J. Facebook Privacy Law Moves Ahead

New Jersey's Facebook-Privacy law was released last week by a Senate committee. The bill, like the laws passed in Maryland , Illinois , and California would bar employers from asking employees for information about their social-media accounts. Employers...

Eric Meyer
NLRB's 1st social media ruling: Slams Costco policy; greenlights defamation

It's been a while since I've addressed social media policies and the National Labor Relations Act on this blog. Longer than Kim K's marriage to what's his name? Indeed. Methinks things at the National Labor Relations Board have been quiet...

Robin Shea
Face the Bloggers: Employment and labor questions for the candidates (Romney)

This week, several of us bloggers ( Dan Schwartz , Donna Ballman , Eric Meyer , Jon Hyman , and I) will be choosing a debate question on a labor and employment law topic for each of the Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates. DISCLAIMER: I have...

Robin Shea
Face the Bloggers: Employment and labor questions for the candidates (Obama)

This week, several of us bloggers ( Dan Schwartz , Donna Ballman , Eric Meyer , and Jon Hyman , and I) will be choosing a debate question on a labor and employment law topic for each of the Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates. DISCLAIMER...

Margaret (Molly) DiBianca
They Like Me! They Really Like Me! . . . But So What?

What is the value of a Facebook Like? A federal court in Virginia recently held that a Like does not have constitutional value, insofar as it is not speech for the purposes of the 1st Amendment . Many commentators disagree with that decision, which, not...