Posts from December 2020.

To better times.

No, I did not read all 5,600 pages of that legislation!

Our apologies to Dr. Seuss.

Predictions from our attorneys in the practice areas that affect employers.

And employers will like it.

Employers, proceed with caution.

It's official! (Well, close enough.)

Should the employer force the issue?

Will Congress let it expire?

The EEOC is inviting us to ask for opinion letters!

To all of our readers who observe it, a very happy Hanukkah, which started yesterday!

From "The Feast of Lights" by Emma Lazarus

Even they by one voice fired, one heart of flame,

Though broken reeds, had risen, and were men,

They rushed upon the spoiler and o'ercame,

Each arm for freedom had the strength of ten.

Now is their mourning into dancing turned,

Their sackcloth doffed for garments of ...

For $250 grand.

No playin' around.

It's a cliché because it's true. Especially for volunteers.

Robin Shea has 30 years' experience in employment litigation, including Title VII and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (including the Amendments Act). 
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