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All this week, while formulating my questions for our presidential and vice presidential candidates, I avoided reading what my fellow bloggers were asking because I wanted *sniff* to maintain my independence. Actually, I was afraid that their questions would be so good, I'd be tempted to "borrow" too much.

Lois_Lane_en_la_caricatura_'The_Arctic_Giant'.pngLois Lane and I have to maintain our journalistic integrity.

Last night, I ...

The American Bar Association is accepting votes for its 2012 ABA Blawg 100 list. Thanks to you, we made the list last year. Once again this year, if you are so inclined, and if you cast a vote for Employment & Labor Insider, we'd be eternally grateful.

All you have to do is submit some very basic information about yourself and provide a short explanation (limit of 500 characters) of why you like ...

I conducted harassment training this week for a client, and, interestingly, the attendees of all ages seemed to be more curious about age-based harassment than any of the other categories we discussed.

Meanwhile, there has been a debate on the internet this week that is of grave concern to us all.

No, I'm not talking about whether Mitt Romney committed an intolerable gaffe by criticizing ...

"Love means having to say you're sorry." Wait a minute. Is that a typo? 

No. Erich Segal, I beg to differ. As anyone who has a life knows, love means having to say you're sorry a lot. And that goes for employers, too. The company apology is a fine thing, as long as it is sincere, not a "non-apology apology," and accompanied by what they call a "firm purpose of amendment."

If you don't apologize when ...

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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