Legal Updates - 2006
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- Massachusetts Tip Pooling Lawsuits On The Rise
- New Year’s Resolution: Time To Review And Update Employment Policies
- NLRB’s New Guidelines For Designating Employees As Supervisors May Provide A Powerful Union-Avoidance Tool
- New Standard Announced for Employer’s Contribution Under Massachusetts Health Care Reform Law
- Severance And Release Agreements: Six (6) Common Traps And A Rhetorical Question
- The New "Miranda" Warnings for Employees: Surviving the Legal and Ethical Minefield
- Maine Enacts New Law to Assist Military Families
- When the Union Comes Knocking: Are You Ready?
- An IRS Wake-Up Call: Natural Disasters Prompt Government Reminder about Correct Worker Classification
- Former Employee’s Intentional Destruction of Evidence Results in Case Dismissal
- Firm Successfully Obtains Dismissal of Claims
- Crime Victims Eligible for Leave in New Hampshire
- “You’ve Got a Contract!” An E-mail Exchange Can Modify an Employment Contract
- Keep Out Of Legal Hot Soup: Top 10 Tips For More Effective Hiring
- Ouch! Where Can Employers Draw the Line on Body Art?
- Ten Ways to Maximize the Enforceability of Non-Competition Agreements
- Firm Successfully Obtains Preliminary Injunction
- Failure to Properly Respond to Harassment: $1 Million. Properly Trained Managers: Priceless.
- USERRA Final Regulations Effective January 18, 2006
- Are "Volunteers" Entitled To Wages And Overtime Pay?
- New Hampshire Employers Must File Reports of “Mass Layoffs”
- Commuting in a Winter Wonderland: DOL Issues Opinions On Salary Deductions For Weather-Related Absences And Closures
- The Definition of Internet Applicant – OFCCP Issues Long-Awaited Final Rule
- United States Supreme Court Update: Decision in Mixed-Motive Case Is Bad News for Employers