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Insight
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November 4, 2015

Recent Amendments to Security Breach Notification Laws Further Complicate Breach Notification for Employers

It is not a matter of "if" but "when" an employer will be required to notify employees of a security breach.

Insight
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October 30, 2015

Second Circuit Upholds NLRB's Triple Play Decision, Expanding Section 7 Protections for Employees' Social Media Activity

Obscenities alone—even when viewed by an employer's customers—do not deprive employees engaged in protected concerted activity of the NLRA's protections.

Insight
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October 7, 2015

What Does the European Court of Justice's Invalidation of the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework Mean For U.S.-Based Multinational Employers?

The European Union Court of Justice has issued a landmark decision that will dramatically affect thousands of U.S. companies that transfer personal data from the EU to the United States.

ASAP
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August 17, 2015

Maine Enacts Law Restricting Employer Access to an Employee's or Job Applicant's Social Media Accounts

Maine enacts legislation that restricts an employer's ability to demand information regarding an employee's or job applicant's social media account.

Littler Report
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August 4, 2015

The Big Move Toward Big Data in Employment

The world of Big Data has arrived, and it is beginning to affect employers and their decision-making in ways undreamed of even a few years ago.

Insight
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July 13, 2015

Private-Sector Employers Doing Business with Local Governments may be Subject to Even More Ban-the-Box and Other Laws Restricting Consideration of Criminal Records

Ban-the-box laws that apply to private-sector employers acting as vendors or having contracts with state or city governments are often inconsistent, posing difficulties for multi-jurisdiction employers.

Insight
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July 7, 2015

Quinlan Revisited: Employees Who Steal Personnel Records May Not Necessarily Be Fired, But At Least They May Be Prosecuted

The New Jersey Supreme Court has revisited a highly controversial finding that a trusted employee's act of stealing and using her employer's confidential personnel documents in furtherance of her discrimination lawsuit constituted protected activity.

ASAP
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June 18, 2015

Trendsetter or Outlier? Oregon Adds New Twist to Password Protection Laws

Oregon recently took its password protection law to the next level by adding two categories of prohibited conduct not seen in any similar law to date.

Insight
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June 15, 2015

Colorado Supreme Court Upholds Termination of Employee for Medical Marijuana Use

On June 15, the Colorado Supreme Court provided good news to Colorado employers that prohibit employee marijuana use.

Insight
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May 27, 2015

Connecticut Restricts Employer Access to Personal Social Media, E-mail and Online Retail Accounts of Employees and Applicants

On May 19, 2015, Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy signed into law a new statute restricting an employer’s ability to gain access to social media, e-mail and other personal online accounts of employees and job applicants.

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