Bill Egan writes:

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Aside from whistleblower and highly offensive sexual harassment cases, there may be no claim that elicits the protective instincts of the average jury more than disability discrimination cases, especially where the disability is cancer-related.  Employees with disabilities who are terminated without

Most employers believe that they have the right to ban certain dangerous items, including guns, on their property.  In almost 20 states, those employers would be wrong.

In the wake of the devastating Newtown shooting, many employers may be looking at tightening up or developing workplace violence policies to address guns and the safety of

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently issued a decision interpreting the United States Supreme Court (“SCOTUS”) decision in Hoffman Plastic Compounds, Inc. v. NLRB, 535 U.S. 137 (2002) as prohibiting the NLRB from awarding back pay to undocumented immigrants whose rights under the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) were violated; even when their illegal

The case of Johnson v. Lebanese American University should serve as a lesson to employers that sometimes there is such a thing as a release that is too short.  In this case, the University had decided to terminate the plaintiff’s employment.  At the time of termination, the University offered the plaintiff severance on the condition