First Thursday, October 2013

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Featured in this month’s podcast:

  • Facebook ‘like’ is protected speech
  • New legislation out of California
  • Early guidance sheds light on impact of employee benefit plans
  • Union can conduct simultaneous disciplinary investigation
  • Layoff by seniority within scope of bargaining
  • City required to abide by wage terms in contract
  • The ‘Brady Rule’ and arbitration
  • Arbitration decision explores role of fitness evaluations in disciplinary system
  • Officer fired for violating fraternization policy
  • New contracts and an update on the CPI

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