First Thursday June 2013

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Featured in this month’s podcast:

  • EEOC GINA (Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act) decision
  • EEOC press release on the U.S. Supreme Court denying United Airlines petition
  • What’s behind the rise in FLSA lawsuits?
  • The difficulty in obtaining an injunction in a labor dispute
  • Court OKs barring high IQs for police
    • Whistleblower cases

    • State pays N.J. State Police trooper $325,000 to settle whistleblower lawsuit over gun tracking
    • Whistleblower Protection Does Not Depend On Employee Motivation
    • Contracts

    • Saratoga County, NY corrections officers
    • San Diego police
  • Consolidation of law enforcement agencies

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