Another week gone by and it’s time to wrap things up. We have lots of good stuff, as always, but the case on whether or not graduate students are employees is one worth tracking. Also, over on LXBN, Zosha reports on more litigation facing Uber. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 216.
- FEC Provides Some Answers To Candidates and Super PACs – Washington, DC lawyer Robert Lenhard of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, InsidePoliticalLaw
- Illinois Supreme Court Overturns Tobacco Verdict for Second Time – Chicago attorney Kirk Jenkins of Sedgwick on the firm’s blog, The Appellate Strategist
- Governor Cuomo Signs Women’s Equality Agenda; New Law Strengthens Equal Pay Protections – Allan Bloom, Evandro Gigante and Yonatan Grossman-Boder of Proskauer on the firm’s blog, Law and the Workplace
- NLRB Considers Whether to Overrule 11-Year Old Precedent Holding That Graduate Students Are Not Employees Under the NLRA – Richmond lawyer Summer Speight of McGuireWoods on the firm’s blog, Labor Relations Today
- Friday’s Five: Five Employment Law Considerations For 2016 – California attorney Anthony Zaller of Van Vleck Turner & Zaller on their California Employment Law Report
- Do Non-Competes Really Stifle Tech Innovation? – Dawn Mertineit and Dallin Wilson of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s blog, Trading Secrets
- How to Remove Harassment, Other Harmful Internet and Social Media Postings – Whitney C. Gibson and Jordan S. Cohen of Vorys on the firm’s blog, Internet Defamation Removal Attorneys
- Marijuana and Telemedicine: The Doctor Will Skype You Now – Daniel Shortt of Harris Moure on the firm’s Canna Law Blog
- Is That A Marketing Opportunity or Distraction Knocking At Your Door? – Chief Marketing Officer Eric Fletcher on his blog, Marketing Brain Fodder
- BEFORE YOU SUE: 10 questions every employee should ask – Chief Marketing Officer Eric Fletcher on his blog, Marketing Brain Fodder
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