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IMPORTANT 2012 CASES AFFECTING HUMAN RESOURCE POLICIES

Introduction:  A lot has happened in the public employment law area in the last year. This Post focuses on a few important cases that have affected public policy. This Post collects in one place  a handful of selected cases that present problems or present … Continue reading

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Firing of employee who requested time off for organ transplant violated the public policy exception to the at-will-employment doctrine

The old adage that bad facts make bad law was turned on its head in Delaney v. Signature Health Care. Delaney was a data entry clerk who learned that her brother was diagnosed with kidney failure and required a kidney … Continue reading

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