Tag Archives: Whistleblower

Gambling at Work: Everybody Out of the (Office) Pool

With Super Bowl LIII this Sunday and March Madness fast approaching, it is important to consider the impact of office pools on the workplace. Office pools can build workplace morale and improve employee relationships, not to mention add a little fun to the typical workday. Yet they remain illegal in many states, including Florida.  In … Continue Reading

Our group is growing again – Tallahassee here we come!

We are pleased to welcome Melanie Leitman to our Labor & Employment Law group. We look forward to Melanie being a part of the continued expansion of our Labor & Employment practice throughout the State. Our Labor and Employment attorneys have established a solid reputation in South and Central Florida for nearly four decades. In 2017, we expanded … Continue Reading

Our group is growing – Tampa here we come!

This is an exciting time for the Firm, our Labor & Employment Law Department and our clients. We are pleased to welcome two new members to our group and to expand our footprint in Tampa. Janet Goldberg McEnery and Andrew W. McLaughlin each brings a wealth of knowledge and experience and a unique perspective to … Continue Reading

Law Would Ban Florida Employers From “E-Stalking”

Not long ago, we blogged about social media as a blessing and a curse for employers.  On the one hand, social media help businesses market products and services; on the other, social media provide employees with an easily-accessible platform to draw negative attention to the business. To prevent (or minimize) this negative attention, a small universe … Continue Reading

Chopping Down Workplace Cherry Trees

We all recall the myth of George Washington and the Cherry Tree.  Washington told his father that he could not tell a lie and that he had in fact tried to chop down his father’s cherry tree. His father then praised young George and embraced him for his honesty.  A friend recently relayed to me … Continue Reading
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