Employment Law For The Real World


Having Fun Yet?

A remarkable case just came down from, perhaps unsurprisingly, a French court, where a gentleman sued claiming he lost his job when he refused to participate in what he claimed were required extracurricular activities.  In this case, he wasn't asked to go golfing or...

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Keys to Successful Remote Work

Since I started my own law firm, I have been working remotely full time, although like nearly everyone I sporadically worked remotely during the much of the pandemic. While working remotely has many benefits, including the possibility of greater work/life balance...

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Always Check for Insurance

Interesting article on the Harvard affirmative action case in the New York Times. I will leave it to others to opine on the merits of the underlying case, with is being argued before SCOTUS next week. But there is a related case brought by Harvard in the District of...

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