Employment Law

#MeToo: What Employers Should Know to Prevent Liability

Posted on by John M. Erbach in Employment Law

The recent development of the #MeToo movement has resulted in many women coming forward with their claims of sexual harassment.
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Dos and Don’ts in Using Background Checks in Employment Decisions

Posted on by John M. Erbach in Employment Law

Background checks are a useful tool for employers in making employment decisions and can often help employers avoid mistakes in the hiring process.
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Supreme Court Declines to Hear Sexual Orientation Discrimination Case

Posted on by John M. Erbach in Employment Law

On December 11, 2017, the Supreme Court announced its decision not to review the case of Evans v. Georgia Regional Hospital.
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Small Businesses Remain Targets of Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Posted on by John M. Erbach in Employment Law

Immigration and Customs Enforcement has increased its focus on small businesses.
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Government (EEOC) Must Pay Company's Attorneys' Fees After Delay, Unreasonable Lawsuit

Posted on by John M. Erbach in Employment Law, Litigation

At times, corporate targets of government investigations become frustrated by the apparent lack of responsiveness by the investigating agencies.
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