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170 Top In-House Lawyers Warn They Will Direct Their Dollars to Law Firms Promoting Diversity

170 Top In-House Lawyers Warn They Will Direct Their Dollars to Law Firms Promoting Diversity

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The letter was drafted after an online photo of 12 new partners at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison drew attention because it appeared to show 11 white men and just one woman.

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Job-Seeking Lawyer Loses Age Discrimination Case Based on Experience Cap

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The job applicant, with 25 years of legal experience, didn’t get an invitation to interview for the position that was aimed at lawyers with three to seven years experience.

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Negotiating a Labor Contract: Finding the Style that Suits You

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In labor contract negotiations, should you be low key? Should you yell and pound the table?

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To Be a Good In-House Counsel, Be Prepared to Break The Law, Maybe

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As an in-house counsel — the individual tasked with mitigating risk for your employer — sometimes you have to make a decision much hastier than you might normally be comfortable with doing so, writes Stephen R. Williams in a column for Above the Law.

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China Employment Contract FAQs

China Employment Contract FAQs

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The end of the year brings an onslaught of China Employer Audits, and with those audits comes an onslaught of China employment law questions, writes Grace Yang in the Harris Bricken China Law Blog.

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Podcast: Dos and Don’ts for Drafting Severance Agreements

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In a new podcast, two shareholders in Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart discuss a number of important considerations for employers to keep in mind when drafting a severance agreement.

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Federal Courts Uphold Arbitration Agreements Via Email

Federal Courts Uphold Arbitration Agreements Via Email

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Federal district courts in New York and New Jersey recently turned aside employee attacks on arbitration agreements challenged on the grounds that the employer’s communication of its arbitration policy via email was inadequate, reports the Gibbons Employment Law Alert.

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What CA Employers Need to Know About Wage & Hour Class Actions and PAGA Lawsuits

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Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP will present a webinar discussing new developments in California wage and hour laws that provoke class action litigation and will offer ways to avoid, manage and resolve these issues.

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Seminar: 2018 Employment Law Update

Event, Sept. 13, 2018, Denver
Holland & Hart will present a complimentary half-day seminar on the latest developments in labor and employment law.

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What to Do When You’re in the Sexual Harassment Hot Seat

What to Do When You’re in the Sexual Harassment Hot Seat

Webinar, May 2, 2018, 1 p.m. CDT
The #MeToo movement has many employers uncertain about the best ways to protect themselves from sexual harassment complaints and the right way to respond after a complaint has been made.

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May 3 Live Event: Explore the Value of ESOPs By Studying a Proven Implementation

May 3 Live Event: Explore the Value of ESOPs By Studying a Proven Implementation

Event, May 3, 2018, 2:30-6 p.m., NYC
ESOPs, when properly done, can position a company for financing, allow for acquisitions, help attract and retain top talent in a competitive environment and create wealth for owners and employees.

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Workplace Monitoring Gets Personal, and Employees Fear It’s Too Close for Comfort. They’re Right.

Workplace Monitoring Gets Personal, and Employees Fear It’s Too Close for Comfort. They’re Right.

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The Chicago Tribune speculates that employers could even provide Fitbits or another portable health monitor as part of a corporate wellness program. Can the personal data gleaned be used to alter, or deny, access to employer-provided insurance plans?

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Collection of Employee Biometric Data: Privacy and Compliance Issues

Collection of Employee Biometric Data: Privacy and Compliance Issues

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A post on the Fisher Phillips website discusses the privacy concerns for employees and the compliance issues for employers related to collection of biometric data.

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Learn How to Address & Prevent Harassment – Online Master Class

Learn How to Address & Prevent Harassment – Online Master Class

Online event, Feb. 28, 2018, 11:30 a.m. EST
NAVEX Global will conduct its first-ever online master class when it presents “Addressing & Preventing Sexual Harassment.”

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Sexual Harassment Roundtable: Practical Guidance for Employers

Webinar, March 1, 2018, 1 p.m. EST
Sexual harassment continues to be a significant workplace problem that has moved front and center with continuing prime-time media coverage.

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Scandals Prompt New Approaches to Sexual Harassment Training

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With careers at stake – not to mention the reputations of entire companies – employers are re-examining workplace culture, training, complaint procedures and everything in between, says employment attorney Audrey Mross of Dallas’ Munck Wilson Mandala.

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Webinar: Ten Predictions for Ethics and Compliance in 2018

Webinar: Ten Predictions for Ethics and Compliance in 2018

Webinar, Jan. 18, 1 p.m. EST
On Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018, the experts at NAVEX Global will discuss the challenges of ethics and compliance and offer predictions for 2018’s most pressing compliance issues.

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Handling Off-Duty Misconduct

Handling Off-Duty Misconduct

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Off-duty misconduct can be tricky to deal with at times., warns Natalie Lynch of Lynch Service Company in a web posting Her article shows how to deal with it.

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Segway Competitor Rolls Away from Former CEO’s Attempt to Force Arbitration

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A former CEO presented a signed employment agreement that required arbitration, but the company contested whether it had agreed to the written contract.

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Enforce Arbitration Agreement or Waive Right to Arbitrate Trade Secret Misappropriation Claims

Enforce Arbitration Agreement or Waive Right to Arbitrate Trade Secret Misappropriation Claims

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A recent federal court ruling on arbitration offers three key lessons for plaintiff-employers, according to a post on the website of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe.

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