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Reason No. 10: All of our posts are articulate, legitimate, and non-discriminatory!

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Reason No. 9: Our employment law quizzes put you at the head of the class!

Teacher's pet.

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Reason No. 8: Blog ipsa loquitur. (The blog speaks for itself.)

"Blah, blah, blah, blah . . ."

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Reason No. 7: We keep you current on the hottest employment law issues!

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Reason No. 6: We are not under investigation by the FBI. (Or, if we are, we don't know about it.)

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Reason No. 5: No telemarketing calls from us - ever!

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Reason No. 4: We have an all-star team of co-bloggers.

To wit (in alphabetical order): Ken Carlson, Cara Crotty, Louise Davies, Tommy Eden, LaLonnie Gray, Billy Hammel, Ellen Kearns, Damon Kitchen, Angelique Lyons, Bob Ortbals, Alyssa Peters, Kristine Sims, Sandra Sok, Jill Stricklin, Spring Taylor, Stephanie Underwood, Heidi Wilbur, and Jon Yarbrough. (Thanks, you guys!)

You ...

Reason No. 3: We are not in collusion with the Russians.

"Nyet!"

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Sorry about that!

Reason No. 2: Where else can you find a discussion of sophisticated employment law concepts coupled with ultra-retro TV, such as the 1968 Solarcaine commercial ("Stop sunburn pain!") or Queen for a Day?

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Hello Kitty says, "Vote for Employment & Labor Insider! Meow!"

The American Bar Association has changed its contest a bit this year -- instead of the "Blawg 100," for which you've given us so much support in the past -- they're doing a "Web 100," which will include legal blogs but also websites and social media. Voting is open now through July 30, and we would really appreciate your support ...

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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