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December 9, 2008

Former SEIU Official Named as White House Political Director

If there was any doubt regarding the influence organized labor may exert in the Obama Administration,

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December 8, 2008

First Federal Court Decision to Uphold "Termination" Based on MySpace Content Rejects First Amendment Claim of the "Drunken Pirate"

The fundamental problem with Snyder’s case from a dynamic perspective was her failure to heed the university’s

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December 8, 2008

About Barry Hartstein

Barry Hartstein, a shareholder in Littler's Chicago office, has earned a national reputation for his

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December 8, 2008

Massachusetts Court of Appeals Finds Objections to "Mere Proposals" not Protected Activity for Whistleblower Statute

The Massachusetts Court of Appeals found that an employee's objection to a "mere proposal," rather

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December 7, 2008

About Peter Susser

Peter Susser, a shareholder in Littler's Washington, DC, office, has represented employers and trade

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December 5, 2008

New Massachusetts Decision Shaves Employers' Right to Enforce Personal Appearance Policies

A recent Massachusetts case substantially restricts the ability of employers in Massachusetts to enforce

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December 4, 2008

NY Obligates Employers to Post and Disclose Laws Prohibiting Discrimination Based on Criminal Convictions

It has long been a public policy of the State of New York to prohibit "unfair discrimination against

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December 2, 2008

San Francisco Commuter Ordinance - Sounds Like a Good Idea? Maybe?

UPDATE: Please see Littler's Employment Taxes ASAP, San Francisco Commuter Ordinance — Update on

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November 25, 2008

Relief in Sight? DOL Issues Final FMLA Regulations

More than 15 years after the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) was signed into law, the U.S. Department

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November 25, 2008

Transition To A New (Work) Day: An Initial Look at Workplace Change in the Obama Era

As the results of the 2008 presidential election fade into memory and the meaning of the election for

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