Supreme Court on Abercrombie and Religious Freedom Protections

 By Stephen Nelson | In EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc., the Supreme Court held that an employer could be liable under Title VII of […]

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Supreme Court Ruling Makes Mortgage Loan Officers Eligible for Overtime

By Roger Hood | In March, the United States Supreme Court ruled on a case that basically ended the use of the Fair Labor Standards Act’s […]

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Thanks for Sharing! Is Your Non-Disclosure Agreement Protecting Your Confidential Information?

By Christopher Matteodo | While non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) can be a powerful tool to help create a confidential relationship between parties, and an important first step […]

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Under-The-Radar Exemption for Computer Employees Receives Heightened Attention

By Francesco DeLuca | The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) contains minimum wage and overtime requirements, however, some employees are “exempt” from these requirements.  Many employers […]

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The Religious Elephant in the Room

By Stephen Nelson | What is the level of knowledge an employer must have to be liable for religious discrimination under Title VII?  Title VII of […]

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New Data Security Requirements For Credit Card Service Providers

By Roger Hood | As a result of the highly publicized credit card breaches involving Target, Home Depot and Sony (and more), the policies governing these […]

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