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April 14, 2011

SSA Resumes Sending "No-Match" Letters to Employers

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has announced that after a four year halt, it will resume sending

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April 13, 2011

Maryland Federal Court Holds Arbitration Agreement Unenforceable

While arbitration agreements are generally enforceable in the Fourth Circuit, a Maryland court recently

ASAP
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April 13, 2011

Budget Deal Eliminates Two Health Care Reform Law Initiatives, Affects other Employment-Related Programs

Update: As expected, on April 14 the House and Senate passed the budget bill, sending the measure to

ASAP
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April 13, 2011

Bill Targets Worker Misclassification

A bill introduced in the Senate last week takes aim at employers who mistakenly classify employees as

ASAP
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April 13, 2011

Expat Survey Reveals Best Countries for Foreign Assignments

The latest edition of HSBC Bank International's "Expat Explorer Survey" may influence employees seeking

ASAP
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April 13, 2011

Budget Deal Eliminates Two Health Care Reform Law Initiatives, Affects other Employment-Related Programs

Update: As expected, on April 14 the House and Senate passed the budget bill, sending the measure to

ASAP
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April 13, 2011

UPDATE: What Arizona's Controversial Immigration Law Means for Employers

In our July 2010 ASAP Update, Littler discussed the federal district court decision temporarily enjoining

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April 12, 2011

Curtailing Competition From Defecting Salespersons: Can Competition Be Restricted?

It’s a recurrent nightmare for many companies—that gung-ho salesperson you hired, trained, and developed,

Insight
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April 12, 2011

UPDATE: What Arizona's Controversial Immigration Law Means for Employers

In our July 2010 ASAP Update, Littler discussed the federal district court decision temporarily enjoining

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April 11, 2011

ENDA Reintroduced in the House of Representatives

Update: On April 13, 2011, Senators Jeff Merkley (D-OR), Mark Kirk (R-IL), Tom Harkin (D-IA), and Susan

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