Labor & Employment News: Volume 2012, Issue 2

August 7, 2012 Labor & Employment News
  • To What Extent Can Employers Attempt To Regulate Employees’ Off-Duty/Private Conduct?
  • “Non-Subscribing” Texas Healthcare Providers Gain Added Protections Against Employee Injury Claims
  • Tidbits
  • EEOC Holds Employer Violated ADA Confidentiality Provision When It Produced Employee Medical Records In Response To State Court Subpoena
  • U.S. Supreme Court Holds First Amendment Trumps Anti-Discrimination Laws
  • U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Sales Position As Exempt
  • At Least In California, No Duty To Ensure Employees Do Not Work During Meal Periods
  • Thompson Coe Labor & Employment Attorneys