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Published by on April 6, 2009

Here are a few employment law tidbits to start the week.  More after the break. The Pennsylvania Labor & Employment Blog has a post here entitled Time to Re-evaluate Employment Practice Liability Insurance.  EPLI coverage is not appropriate for every employer, and different insurers provide different coverage and exclusions, but every employer should make an […]

Here are a few employment law tidbits to start the week.  More after the break.

The Pennsylvania Labor & Employment Blog has a post here entitled Time to Re-evaluate Employment Practice Liability Insurance.  EPLI coverage is not appropriate for every employer, and different insurers provide different coverage and exclusions, but every employer should make an informed and considered decision whether EPLI coverage is right for their company.

The Word on Employment Law has an interesting post here on continuing woes for employees on Facebook.

Courthouse News Service reports here on how not to terminate an employee — “A woman claims Johnson & Johnson affiliate Cordis “forcibly removed” an oxygen mask she needs for respiratory problems and escorted her from the building after firing her.  [Plaintiff] also claims she was fired because of the health problems for which she needs the oxygen.  She demands severance pay and expenses for her relocation from the company’s Puerto Rico offices where the incident allegedly took place.” 

The WSJ Law Blog has a post here on the settlement of a sexual harassment lawsuit against United Airlines for porn in the cockpit.

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