Topic: court of appeals rulings

What’s Next for the National Labor Relations Board? [Video]

For employers, a brief look at the implications of the recent DC circuit court determination that President Obama’s January 2012 recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board were unconstitutional. Key takeaways: Ruling could invalidate hundreds of NLRB actions made since January 4, 2012 Impact of the decision will likely take months to be felt… Read more »

Workplace Issues: Latest Need-to-Know Employment Law News

Employee social media use, overtime laws, worker classification rules, workplace discrimination, union bargaining, confidentiality, H1-B visas, noncompetes, and employee handbooks … but a few of the issues in this latest roundup of commentary and analysis from labor and employment attorneys on JD Supra. For your reference: The NLRB’s Year In Numbers: FY 2012 (Franczek Radelet… Read more »

Filling a Vacancy? Your Best Candidate Might Be Less Qualified, Says Court

“Federal and state governments, and the plaintiff’s bar, have laid down a dangerous maze that every employer has to traverse to hire and retain employees in hopes of achieving success… In interviewing, hiring, employing, paying and severing an employee, there is a minefield employers need to negotiate. Things like Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FCRA, EPA,… Read more »