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"Provides insight on current employment law news and issues."
"Reviews employment law news, reports and opinions in New York."
"Discussion of current issues, news and events in employment law."
Posts cover topics related to employment and corporate regulation both nationally and in New York.
"This blog is designed to bring you legal news from a New York paralegal’s perspective. I will be bringing you the latest news on lawsuits and settlements from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the federal court system. Additionally, I will write commentaries on today’s most controversial legal topics."
New York Public Personnel Law has "summaries of, and commentaries on, selected court and administrative decisions and related matters affecting public employers and employees in New York state."
Employment lawyers Lisa Guerin and Alayna Schroeder discuss lessons from everyday experiences of employers and HR professionals, specifically addressing topics involving hiring, firing, performance and discipline.
"In an increasingly competitive and mobile workplace, non-compete agreements and trade secret laws have become necessary tools for employers to protect their valuable customer relationships and confidential information and to avoid unfair competition from former employees and competitors. Continual changes in non-compete and trade secrets law, as well as technological advances providing increasing avenues for unfair competition, make it imperative that businesses in all fields stay abreast of the latest developments in this area."
News, commentary and legal updates from the attorneys in the Employee Defection and Trade Secrets Practice Group at Fisher & Phillips.
"Issues, legal opinions and information on law as lawyers in the Research Triangle Park in North Carolina, near Raleigh."
"Latest business and employment laws explained by a Dallas business lawyer."
Posts are on general topics of legal interest, not limited to Illinois. There's no real overarching theme to the coverage, other than analysis of current cases.
This blawg provides commentary on the legal, professional, ethical and clinical practice issues and trends facing nurses.
Posts offer employer-side litigation tips and cover labor law cases that have interesting fact patterns. Hyman’s Friday staple is “WIRTW” (what I read this week), containing links to select opinions and blog posts.
"Insights on legal and business issues of interest in Connecticut, New York and beyond.
Posts boil down legal concepts—such as patent strategy, warranty vs. indemnity—to basic summaries of no more than a single page.
Features litigation news and posts about legal issues for Oregon in-house counsel, business executives, human resource managers and others.
"OSHA: Legal Developments and Defense Strategies will provide news, insights, and legal analysis regarding OSHA inspections, risk management strategies, and defenses against alleged OSHA violations. In addition, the blog will examine the latest court decisions, emerging trends, and industry and regulatory developments to help you understand how these regulations impact your business and what may be in store for the future."
"Devoted to issues arising in relation to violations of overtime and other federal and state wage-and-hour laws."
Summaries of recently decided cases pertaining to overtime law.
"Fair Labor Standards Act case law review."
"Reviews overtime law matters, opinions and legislation."
"This blog discusses new developments in federal and Pennsylvania employment law issues, such as updates on recent case law, legislation, and regulations, and provides practical advice and information for both employers and employees alike."
"A blog on public bidding and contracting in Pennsylvania."
Posts are all excerpts written by outside sources, presented without commentary. Topics include elder care, people with disabilities, autism, legislation, law firm management, veterans and insurance issues.