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Effective Use of Non-Compete Agreements

As recently reported by The New York Times, non-compete agreements are popping-up in a wide array of businesses to protect varied business interests. As businesses have come to recognize, non-competes are not limited to protection against disclosure of a “top secret” formula, process, or technological invention.  A properly drafted non-compete agreement may have much wider … Continue Reading

Sexual Harassment Training for Congress: Necessary or a “Really Dumb Idea”?

It’s unfortunate, but it’s reality. The list of politicians engaging in sexual “shenanigans” — from President on down — continues to grow. Just last week news broke that 40-year old Vance McAllister, a newly elected member of the U.S. House of Representatives, was caught on surveillance video kissing Melissa Peacock, McAllister’s 33-year old female staffer, … Continue Reading

EEOC Updates Enforcement Guidance on Use of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) issued updated enforcement guidance in light of recent court decisions on the use of arrest and conviction records in making employment decisions.  The EEOC Enforcement Guidance can be found here.  The guidance is not binding on employers but the EEOC will be enforcing Title VII with the guidance in … Continue Reading
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