First Thursday, November 2013

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Featured in this month’s podcast:

  • New California statute protects against Brady List abuses
  • Another arbitrator weighs in on Brady List and discipline
  • Heart-lung presumption applies to diseases with no known cause
  • If time limits in bill of rights not met, discipline is void
  • No ‘high level of privacy’ in viewing porn on work computer