First Thursday, March 2014

Featured in this month’s podcast:

  • Required retirement contributions do not violate ‘Contracts Clause’
  • Will answers an FLSA question submitted on our website
  • Officer can be disciplined for working without permission
  • Officer’s injury during paid lunch not compensable under workers’ comp
  • Court rules that seeing suspect killed is ‘normal’ for police
  • Due process requires pre-discipline hearing even if appeal rights exist
  • Unsuccessful applicant can review civil service exam
  • Why “I’m sorry” can be the two most important words in a disciplinary hearing

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