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Published by on December 2, 2010

Some new employment law tidbits after the break. Register Guard revisited?  (Workplace Prof Blog)  “In a recent press release, the NLRB has indicated that it might reconsider part of its Register-Guard decision. . . .  the Board’s significant narrowing of the meaning of “discrimination” in electronic communications and Lechmere cases.” The Supreme Court’s Employment Discrimination […]

Some new employment law tidbits after the break.

Register Guard revisited?  (Workplace Prof Blog)  “In a recent press release, the NLRB has indicated that it might reconsider part of its Register-Guard decision. . . .  the Board’s significant narrowing of the meaning of “discrimination” in electronic communications and Lechmere cases.”

The Supreme Court’s Employment Discrimination Docket (Washington Post via the Workplace Prof Blog)

EEOC Reports Record Charge Filings for 2010 (Ohio Employer’s Law Blog)

OSHA Case May Break New Legal Ground (Law.com)  “At issue: Can employers be cited by OSHA for record-keeping violations that occurred up to five years in the past – the current agency practice – or is the statute of limitations strictly six months?”

Disparate Impact Suit — Credit Checks (Jottings By An Employer’s Lawyer)

The Reemergence of Class Actions:  Rational Guidance for Employers (Florida Employment & Immigration Law Blog)

Feds Say Grandfathered Health Plans Can Change Insurers (Workforce.com)

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