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Georgia Supreme Court Reshapes Vicarious Liability Under the Commute Rule

The Georgia Supreme Court has started reshaping the interpretation of vicarious liability under the commute rule or the “coming and going rule,” which could have significant ramifications for employers and their commuting employees.

What to Do When Employees Don’t Get Along: Takeaways from the Shaq/Kobe Feud

What to Do When Employees Don’t Get Along: Takeaways from the Shaq/Kobe Feud

Consider the infamous NBA clash in workplace disputes when employees don’t get along.

Supreme Court Rejects NLRB's Deference for Preliminary Injunctions

Supreme Court Rejects NLRB’s Deference for Preliminary Injunctions

Learn why the Court rejected the NLRB’s deference for preliminary injunctions in Starbucks v. McKinney.

Court Allows ADA Lawsuit on Employee Wellness Program to Proceed

Court Allows ADA Lawsuit on Employee Wellness Program to Proceed

Learn about a punitive class action suit brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that involves one company’s “voluntary” employee wellness program.

Examining the FTC’s Ban on Noncompetes and its Competition-Based Rationale

Examining the FTC’s Ban on Noncompetes and its Competition-Based Rationale

Delve into the Federal Trade Commission’s logic driving its ban on noncompetes.

Minnesota Law on Misclassifying Employees Singles Out Construction Industry

Minnesota Law on Misclassifying Employees Singles Out Construction Industry

Read about why the construction industry should be especially vigilant about the state law that significantly increases penalties for employers misclassifying employees as independent contractors.

Seventh Circuit Provides Guidance on Title VII Harassment Claims

Seventh Circuit Provides Guidance on Title VII Harassment Claims

Read up on the latest case involving Title VII harassment claims and what employers need to know.

Fourth Circuit Overturns Age Discrimination Dismissal

Fourth Circuit Overturns Age Discrimination Dismissal

Read about how a recent ruling revived an age discrimination case filed by a former HR executive in her mid-60s.

Court of Appeals Set to Decide on Sexual Harassment Claims and Timing

Court of Appeals Set to Decide on Sexual Harassment Claims and Timing

Learn about a pending case regarding sexual harassment claims and timing that will have major implications for employers.

Cultivate a Speak-Up Culture To Reduce Ethical Risks

Cultivate a Speak-Up Culture To Reduce Ethical Risks

Understand how to cultivate a speak-up culture to reduce risk and promote openness, trust, and inclusion at your organization.

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