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Volume XII, Number 141

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Date Title Organization
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Sep
NLRB Weekly Summary of Decisions for September 10-14, 2012 Barnes & Thornburg LLP
24
Sep
Seventh Circuit Revives EEOC Disability Discrimination Lawsuit U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
24
Sep
Singular Claim Terms Are Plural in Scope Unless There Is Clear Intent to the Contrary McDermott Will & Emery
23
Sep
Labor and Employment Law Alert - NLRB Decides First Social Media Case; Finds Employer’s Policy Unlawfully Over-Broad Barnes & Thornburg LLP
23
Sep
NLRB Announces its First Formal Ruling on the Legality of Social Media Policies Faegre Drinker
23
Sep
Illinois Court Finds Coverage for Additional Insured Where None Exists for the Named Insured Barnes & Thornburg LLP
23
Sep
SEC Proposes Amendments to Allow General Solicitation in Certain Private Offerings Pursuant to JOBS Act Hunton Andrews Kurth
22
Sep
The Federal Circuit’s Recent “Safe Harbor” Ruling Could Impact Biosimilars Drug Development Faegre Drinker
22
Sep
Reasonable Rates -- MO Ethics Lawyer charges NYC newbie lawyer rates Armstrong Teasdale
22
Sep
The Evolving Landscape of Employee Text-messaging Privacy Issues McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie and Kirkland, PLLC
22
Sep
ADA Requires Employers to Fill Vacant Positions with Qualified Employees with Disabilities Much Shelist, P.C.
22
Sep
Indiana Court Holds that Second-Tier Materialman May Not Invoke Personal Liability Notice Statute Barnes & Thornburg LLP
22
Sep
Western District To Decide Whether Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Are Exempt from Paying Michigan’s Real Estate Transfer Tax Varnum LLP
21
Sep
When is Ensuing Loss Not Ensuing Loss? Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP
21
Sep
NLRB Rules on First Social Media Policy Case; Find Policy Unlawful Barnes & Thornburg LLP
21
Sep
DOJ Files Employment Discrimination Lawsuit Against Agricultural Employer Greenberg Traurig, LLP
21
Sep
S. 3523: Louboutin, Lululemon, and Fashion Design: Finally Getting Some Respect? Mintz
21
Sep
Diacetyl Litigation Update: Consumer Pops Case, Prevails in Lawsuit Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
21
Sep
Employers Beware: The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Is a Sword with Two Edges Much Shelist, P.C.
20
Sep
Lawyers-Witnesses Can Handle Pretrial matters Armstrong Teasdale

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