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Creating a Harassment Free Work Environment

Dallas employment lawyer Keith Clouse outlines best practices for employers to prevent sexual harassment and reduce their risk of liability

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Texas Employers Are Protected From Class Action Suits (For Now)

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upholds employer’s use of class action waivers in the employment context

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Department of Labor Expands Fiduciary Duties Owed Under ERISA

Lawyer Keith Clouse discusses heightened requirements for those who give retirement planning advice and the effect of this new rule on employers

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The New Year Rings In New Changes to California Labor Laws

New California labor laws are taking effect in 2013, says Eric Grover, a Los Angeles employment attorney.

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Lawsuit Spotlights Working Mothers’ Rights and Breast Feeding On The Job

An employment lawsuit is bringing mother’s right in the workplace into the spotlight, says Eric Grover, a Los Angeles employment lawyer.

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Central Calif. Hospital to Pay $975K in Filipino Nurse Discrimination Lawsuit

Delano Regional Medical Center ordered to pay $975k in a workplace discrimination lawsuit, says Los Angeles employment lawyer Eric Grover.

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Fox’s Modern Family Cast Files Employment Lawsuit

The suit alleges violations of California labor laws reports LA employment attorney, Eric Grover

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California Security Company Ordered to Pay $90M in Class Action Suit

A $90 million judgment was awarded to 15,000 security guards for alleged labor law violations, states LA employment lawyer Eric Grover.

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Bay Area Men Claim In-N-Out Burger Discriminates in Hiring Process

A class-action lawsuit accuses In-N-Out Burger of discriminating against African Americans and older workers, reports Bay Area employment lawyer Eric Grover.

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Facebook ‘Like’ Isn’t Protected Speech Notes Los Angeles Employment Lawyer

Los Angeles employment lawyer Eric Grover reports that a Judge has ruled that a Facebook ‘Like’ isn’t protected speech, and can cost you your job.

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