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Remember the woman who…

Whatever happened to that lawsuit? Continue reading

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During this July 4th holiday week, I don’t expect many of you to read this blog. So, thank you to those who do stick around. And, come mid-week, I’ll set off some legal backyard fireworks in your honor.

***Updates shopping list***

And I’ll bring my A-game. B-plus, at least. For the rest of the week, you can expect nothing less from me than Russia’s performance against Spain in the World Cup.

We’re going to start off by revisiting an issue, the surface of which we began to scratch a few months ago: opioids and the workplace.

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There will come a time that one of your current or former employees will file a Charge of Discrimination with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against your company. Continue reading

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For the last year and change, Jon Hyman, who blogs at the excellent Ohio Employer Law Blog, has run a series of posts identifying employers accused of egregious workplace violations.

Stuff so bad that it would have your employment practices liability insurance carrier hyperventilating into a 50-gallon trash bag. Continue reading

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You know that expression about putting your money where your mouth is?

While unsanitary, I’m going to use it to make a point today about demonstrating undue hardship under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Continue reading

“Doing What’s Right – Not Just What’s Legal”