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New court ruling takes on the sabotaging co-worker July 11 2014

New court ruling takes on the sabotaging co-worker

An employer can be held liable for discrimination when it fires an employee who has been maligned by a jilted co-worker intent on revenge

The pros and cons of the Consumer Protection Act July 11 2014

The pros and cons of the Consumer Protection Act

Businesses can use it as a ‘sword’ and a ‘shield’

The EEOC, ADA compliance and the medical profession June 27 2014

The EEOC, ADA compliance and the medical profession

Health care providers are at significant risk for discrimination claims, lawsuits

Shedding light on corporate successor liability June 13 2014

Shedding light on corporate successor liability

Recent litigation offers insight to businesses buying assets or seeking to collect a significant debt

What to do if you're a victim of ID theft June 13 2014

What to do if you're a victim of ID theft

Identity fraud investigations are difficult and time-consuming

Proposed changes to transfer tax raise questions May 16 2014

Proposed changes to transfer tax raise questions

Legislative committee to consider new DRA rules in June

No more H-1Bs? What am I supposed to do now? May 16 2014

No more H-1Bs? What am I supposed to do now?

Employers rejected in this year’s H-1B lottery may feel lost, but there are alternatives

How federal overtime changes could affect N.H. employers April 18 2014

How federal overtime changes could affect N.H. employers

Presidential directive seeks to revamp regulations for ‘white-collar’ exemptions

What is UBIT, and when does a nonprofit owe it? March 21 2014

What is UBIT, and when does a nonprofit owe it?

Case law and IRS pronouncements have provided a three-pronged test

Can a company ban tattoos at work? March 21 2014

Can a company ban tattoos at work?

The answer is not as clearly drawn as an employer might like