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Update on the OSHA "Vaccination or Test" ETS for Employers of 100 or More Employees
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Southern District of New York’s Decision to Invalidate Health Care Provider Exclusion and Work Availability Requirement of FFCRA May Have Implications for Connecticut
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Supreme Court Extends Title VII Protections to Gay and Transgender Employees in Bostock v. Clayton County
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DEMOTION AS REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION AND RESPONDING TO HOSTILE-WORK-ENVIRONMENT CLAIMS UNDER THE ADA IN FORD V. MARION COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Can There be a “Meeting” Under the FOIA in the Absence of a Quorum? The Appellate Court Just Spoke (but stay tuned).
Schools Must Take Care to Follow Established Complaint Procedures When Investigating Student Complaints of Sexual Harassment Against Employees In Order to Avoid Potential Liability for Sex Discrimination
Third And Long-- Former Villanova Wide Receiver Fights Uphill Battle To Establish Employee Status Under FLSA
Second Circuit Rules That Title VII Prohibits Discrimination On The Basis Of Sexual Orientation
What To Expect From a Doctor’s Note
Overtime Update
A Word To The Wise: Castleberry v. STI Group And The Expansion Of Liability For Hostile Work Environments
Dueling Time Cards: The Appellate Court Provides Guidance On Resolving Unpaid Wage Claims
Can You Fire The Needle-Phobic Pharmacist Who Refuses To Perform Immunizations?
Honesty is the Best Policy
What Is Termination For Cause?
Arbitrators Have The Right To Be Wrong: The Second Circuit Speaks About "Deflategate" (And What's Next)
The Appropriate Punishment for Actual and Perceived Threats in the Workplace-Take Two; the Appellate Court (Sensibly) Speaks
Timing and Consistency in Employee Discipline
They Also Serve Who Only Stand and Wait – and Get Paid for It
Required Consideration Lacking For Replacement Employment Contract
What Is The Interactive Process?
Hear No Evil; See No Evil: The General Corporate Knowledge Presumption
Articles Recently Written by Our Attorneys
Employee Gripes: When Employers Should Take Them Seriously
The Meaning of “But-For” Harassment: The Second Circuit Breaks Its Silence and it is not Good for Employers
Illinois Appellate Court Won't Enforce Noncompetes Against At-Will Employees Unless the Employee Stays At Least Two Years: Implications for Connecticut Employers

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