Extraordinary Employee Misconduct: High-Speed Highway Harassment
Here's another in my sometimes series of crazy things that employees (and, in this case, the National Labor Relations Board) do. Although the Board initial
Does Holding Unions Accountable Help Employers?
The General Counsel (GC) of the National Labor Relations Board issued a memo on October 24, 2018 that focused on the unions' duty of fair representation to
New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Takes Effect October 29, 2018
On May 2, 2018, the New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act was signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy. That Act, which requires all employers to provide paid sic
Not Just for Essential Functions!
A recent case highlighted a important point under the Americans with Disabilities Act that is often overlooked - reasonable accommodations are not limited
Upon Further Review: The DEA Legalizes a Marijuana-Derived Drug
We’ve talked about this before. There is an ongoing tension between state laws decriminalizing or legalizing marijuana for medicinal purposes and federal
You Have To Believe It To See It!
Before I became a lawyer or even considered the profession, I was a waitress. I also was a feminist. I was 18 and working at a restaurant In Providence RI