In this issue:
Karl W. Butterer
If you are a private employer with a non-unionized workforce of “at-will” employees, you may be surprised to learn that you must still comply with portions of the federal National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). For public employers, see the Public Employer Labor Sidebar.
As discussed below, even innocent mistakes in this area can lead to entanglement with a federal agency and litigation...
Despite recent efforts to limit the reach of private arbitration agreements to resolve employment disputes (see Arbitration Sidebar), the use of mandatory arbitration agreements remains an attractive option for employers to avoid the pitfalls of courtroom litigation.
Broadly speaking, when an employee wants to file a legal claim against their employer, the employee has two basic avenues for relief...
April 19, 2022
Business & Tax attorney Amanda Dernovshek presents Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) Certification as part of the "Legal Strategies for Women Leaders" webinar series. This session will address the following questions:
To register for the April 19 session, please use the following Zoom link:
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