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Donna Ballman
Top 13 Things Not To Say To An Employment Lawyer

You think you have a great case against your employer. You've done your research and have found an attorney you think is just right for you. You reach out to the lawyer and they say they aren't interested. You try another. No go. What went wrong...

Philip Miles
Miles on Facebook Passwords in Job Interviews

I know, I know . . . this topic never gets old! In any event, I authored an article for the Centre Daily Times, Welcome, What's Your Password ? The article covers some of the risks of job interviews in which the employer demands a social media password...

Eric Meyer
Fact or Fiction: The ADA requires creating a new job for a disabled employee

That's right folks. It's time for another edition of "Fact or Fiction" a/k/a "Quick Answers to Quick Questions" a/k/a QATQQ f/k/a "I don't feel like writing a long blog post." Under the Americans with Disabilities...

Martha J. Zackin
Noncompete Agreements: New NH Law Restricts Enforcement

New Hampshire became the latest state to enact a law pertaining to noncompete agreements. Effective July 14, 2012, New Hampshire law ( H.B. 1270 ) now requires that: Prior to or concurrent with making an offer of change in job classification or an...

Margaret (Molly) DiBianca
Separating Personal and Professional: There's an App for That

BYOD (short for "bring your own device"), is all the rage these days. Well, at least you'd think so based on all of the on-line talk about it. See, e.g., this post on the WSJ Blog, CIO Report. The basic idea is that employees are using their...

Robin Shea
Lewd conduct, lactation accommodation, and other steaming hot employment law news!

Here are some steaming hot employment law news items for this sweltering mid-July: EEOC does nothing to protect actor wrongfully terminated because of arrest record. ( NOTE: I'm being tongue-in-cheek here. ) You have probably heard by now about...