Acting Justice Jeffrey Arlen Spinner has ruled that a plaintiff must give a defendant access to private postings from two social networking sites that could contradict claims she made in a personal ... Read More
Vegas Western Cab Company, which provides taxi services in Nevada, will pay $30,000 to a disabled job applicant and furnish other relief to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit filed ... Read More
Increasing co-operation between employees and management is critical in difficult economic times, a major safety conference in Glasgow heard recently.
The RoSPA Scotland Occupational Safety ... Read More
A NJ Appellate Court denied an employee workers' compensation benefits by applying an apportionment rule as well as the manifestation of disease doctrine. The employee worked in two states and spend more ... Read More
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