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Margaret (Molly) DiBianca
Judge's Facebook "Like" Leads to Ethics Complaint

Many states have addressed the issue of whether a judge may be Facebook friends, or otherwise connect via social-networking site, with lawyers who may appear before them. But, as social media continues to develop, the questions relating to its use continue...

Jon Hyman
Does a "good faith belief" about an illegal pay practice support an FLSA retaliation claim?

April Hurd worked as a nurse's aide for Blossom 24 Hour We Care Center. The company fired her 10 days after she complained about unpaid overtime. Easy case for the employee? If you think this is an open and shut case of retaliation under the FLSA...

Robin Shea
Will the Chick-fil-A YouTube firing pass legal muster?

Wow! This story has it all Bullying! Chick-fil-A! Social media! Was this guy's YouTube post "protected concerted activity"? You decide. Adam Smith (no relation to that "invisible hand" guy ), chief financial officer...

Eric Meyer
A scary NLRB decision threatening the integrity of workplace investigations

HR heads are still spinning as they try to digest what the National Labor Relations Board has tried to accomplish this year. The Acting General Counsel has issued confusing reports on social media . The Board has also attempted to create quickie union...