May an Employer Force an Employee to take Experimental Vaccines?
Antitrust Laws Restrain Agreements Among Competitors.
The Sherman Act and the Clayton Act are two federal statutes that set the foundation for U.S. Antitrust law more than 100 years ago.
Eric B. Meyer with Reasonable Accommodations 101.
Eric B. Meyer of The Employer Handbook posted this on 3/01/2021: Rather than pay about $2,000 to install automatic doors, an employer loses a $650K disability discrimination verdict instead.
In my blog post of 12/10/2020 titled Are Your Telework Policies Ready for the New Year? I mentioned that Jeff Novak is another great employment law resource. Well, Jeff strikes again!
The Mintz Levin https://www.mintz.com/ law firm is an excellent source of updates on business law. I subscribe to several of their newsletters and regularly attend their continuing legal education webinars.
One of my tech clients sent me a pretty burdensome clause to review. I suggested some ways to push back on the customer.
What Does “Discrimination in Employment” Mean?
I suspect most people know that it is illegal for employers to engage in several forms of workplace discrimination.
Here’s a Recap of the First Six Reasons to Write Great Job Descriptions.
I often quote my friend Eric B. Meyer of The Employer Handbook when I’m writing about employment law.
A recent post by my friend Eric B. Meyer on his The Employer Handbook prompted me to make sure I understood an employer’s duties to our military veterans.
According to this https://www.morganlewis.com/pubs/uptick-in-fca-investigations-and-litigation-targeting-tech-services 11/2/2020 White Collar Lawflash from the Morgan Lewis law firm,
“The False Claims Act (FCA) imposes liability on any person for making false claims or false statements in connection with a claim. 31 USC § 3729(a)(1)(A), (B). A “claim” is any request or demand for money made directly or indirectly to the government. FCA liability requires proof of materiality, meaning that the government would not have paid a claim had it known of the alleged falsehood.
The U.S. Justice Department filed an antitrust suit against Google on 10/20/20. The DOJ press release alluded to the similarities of Google’s alleged conduct with that of Microsoft in in the 1990s.