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There is an old truism in the legal industry. It goes ‘hard cases make bad law’. Essentially this argument says thatby definition hard cases are the exception, not the rule. And making laws based on exceptions is a guaranteed method of screwing over everyone else. This...

It is rare to hear of a case where the court ruled in favor of the basic precepts of the rule of law. Generally courts have a reputation for making their decisions based in the precepts of angry rejected college professors. A terrible situation which...

So, this came across my eye. Another day, another court battle centered around a non-union employer that allegedly retaliated against employees who successfully launched a union-organizing campaign. Was giving them sub-par raises of $666 an “unmistakable” attempt to brand the organizers the AntiChrist or the Devil. As...

The key driving factor for wages is employer competition. When companies are competing for your talent, they will attempt to outbid one another in order to secure your talent for themselves. This changed under the FDR administration, when it was declared illegal to pay employees more...

It reads like it was written for businesses that only existed before 1860 A little catch from the DOL rulebook. Any time the DOL accuses your company of breaking federal pay laws, it’s a major headache. But when the mistake is clearly unintentional and the feds slap you...

To ensure efficient hiring in the organisations, the human resource department always seeks for background check services. Without the background checking services, it is very suspicious to hire a candidate. Nowadays, it is impossible to judge the character and behaviour of a candidate, from the...

The cosmetic company, Estee Lauder, has always gone out of it way to avoid violating federal overreach, er, law, no matter how ridiculous or insane said policy may have been. Even when federal involved brain dead political sloganeering and high level tokenism, they went along...

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