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- The Trend in the Law is 'Don't Ask…'
- Appellate Court's LGBT Ruling Sets Stage for Supreme Court Review
- DOL’S Fiduciary Duty Rule May Take Effect April 10... or NOT
- Appellate Court ‘Labors’ Over Collective Bargaining, Right to Work Rulings
- Employer’s Well-Played Pre-Termination Strategy Results in Favorable Ruling
- A Fibber and Two Dismissals
- Same-Actor Defense Panned by Appellate Court in Direct Evidence of Stereotyping Case
- Michigan's Increased Minimum Wage Rate Takes Effect
- Are You Prepared for the New FLSA Regulations?
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Employee fails to establish her intentional infliction of emotional distress tort and whistleblower claims because employer had a solid strategy. Continue ReadingTags: Employment Liability, Whistleblower Protection Act
Appellate Court Rules Licensed Attorney is a 'Public Body' Under Michigan Whistleblowers’ Protection Act
Court rules licensed attorney is a member of a “public body” for purposes of protecting employee under Michigan’s Whistleblower Protection Act. Continue ReadingTags: Employment Liability, Whistleblower Protection Act