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Interview With Attorney Scott Wood

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Will interviews Oklahoma attorney Scott Wood. Mr. Wood represented Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby when she was charged with two counts of manslaughter after her shooting of an unarmed civilian drew national media attention. The details of the incident are covered as well as the far-reaching implications of this case for officers involved in critical incidents and the attorneys who represent them. LISTEN

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Interview With Jon Dileno

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Will interviews management attorney Jon Dileno, who represented the City of Cleveland in an arbitration hearing dealing with a deadly police chase that involved dozens of Cleveland police officers. Will and Jon discuss the details of this case, how the arbitrator reached his decision and what the impact has been. LISTEN Arbitrator’s Award

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Interview With Robert Buschel

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Will interviews attorney Robert Buschel about his case dealing with a Florida civilian review board’s authority to subpoena police officers. The case is D’Agastino v. City of Miami, 2017 WL 2687694 (Fla. 2017). Mr. Buschel is also the author of the novel By Silent Majority. LISTEN

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Interview With James Moore On Body Camera Decision Out Of OKC

Will interviews attorney James Moore of Oklahoma City about a major body camera arbitration decision. An arbitrator ruled that “the use of body-worn cameras constitutes an enormous change in the working conditions of police officers,” and held that the City could not unilaterally implement its body camera program. LISTEN UPDATE As my post on the negotiability of body-worn cameras demonstrates, life on the Internet can be simultaneously chancy and…

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What Is A “Personnel File” Under The California Firefighters Bill Of Rights?

In this podcast, Will interviews California management attorney Barbara Raileanu about a case involving whether a supervisor’s log can be considered a “personnel file” under the California Firefighter Procedural Bill of Rights. Download podcast Subscribe to this podcast via RSS or iTunes Subscribe to this podcast by email Subscribe to Labor Relations Information System » Podcasts by Email

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Interview With Steve Bukaty On Brady And Giglio

Will interviews Kansas attorney Steve Bukaty an important case dealing with Brady and Giglio in the town of Hutchinson and a Brady/Giglio policy in the Wichita Police Department. Download podcast Subscribe to this podcast via RSS or iTunes Subscribe to this podcast by email The post Interview With Steve Bukaty On Brady And Giglio appeared first on Labor Relations Information System.

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State Public Records Law And Performance Evaluations

Will interviews Minnesota management-side labor attorney Greg Wiley on a most unusual case from the Minnesota Supreme Court. The court unanimously decided that a portion of Minnesota’s public records law allows employees the right to a hearing to challenge some aspects of performance evaluations. The case involved Todd Schwanke, an employee of the Steele County Sheriff’s Office who was dissatisfied with his 2011 performance evaluation.

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Interview With Tim Yeung On California PERB’s Decision On “No-Contact” Orders

Will Interviews management-side attorney Tim Yeung of the law firm Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai on a recent decision from the California Public Employment Relations Board to prohibit blanket confidentiality clauses during investigations. Tim writes California PERB Blog, which is an invaluable resource resource that we highly recommend you check out.

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The Privacy Provisions of The ADA And More

In the latest podcast in our interview series, Will speaks with management-side employment attorney, Robin Shea of the law firm Constangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP. Robin has more than 20 years’ experience in employment litigation and is author of the blog Employment & Labor Insider. You can also follow Robin on Twitter @RobinEShea. Will and Robin discuss the ADA’s general privacy provision and the JRACWBN* requirement before the employer…

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The FLSA’s Section 7(k) Exemption And Donning & Doffing

This podcast features an interview with Peter Berk, a New Jersey attorney with the law firm of Genova Burns Giantomasi Webster who, among other things, represents management interests in labor relations matters. The interview covers a very significant FLSA case coming out of the federal Third Circuit Court of Appeals in which Mr. Berk represented the town of Teaneck, New Jersey. The case deals with the Section 7(k) exemption…

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When Can An Employer Examine Your Personal Cellphone?

In this special podcast, Will interviews Steven Betz, an attorney with the law firm of Rains Lucia Stern, PC, about when an employer can order an employer to turn over a personal cellphone in the course of a disciplinary investigation. This wide ranging discussion between two prominent labor attorneys examines the issue for which there is very little direct caselaw. Using existing Supreme Court decisions, they come up with…

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