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Published by on July 15, 2009

Some labor & employment law tidbits after the break. The National Law Journal has a short piece on last term’s Supreme Court employment decisions. The D.C. Circuit has issued a decision reviewing the NLRB’s Register Guard decision involving employee use of email.  Workplace Prof Blog has an update here.  The issue of whether the use […]

Some labor & employment law tidbits after the break.

The National Law Journal has a short piece on last term’s Supreme Court employment decisions.

The D.C. Circuit has issued a decision reviewing the NLRB’s Register Guard decision involving employee use of email.  Workplace Prof Blog has an update here.  The issue of whether the use of email constitutes protected activity under Section 7 — a position rejected by the Board — awaits judicial review for another day as the issue was not presented to the Court.

No surprise here — “Lawyers warn employers against giving glowing reviews on LinkedIn” — Law.com

“Employees’ social networking continues to confound employers” — Ohio Employer’s Law Blog

“Textual harassment” — Workplace Prof Blog

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