Tag Archives: Employment

Reputation v. Character – Why that question matters in employment law.

John Wooden, one of the greatest coaches of all time, was famously quoted saying that “your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.”  Often times companies and individuals running those companies … Continue reading

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Determining if a police officer acted within the scope of his or her employment for the purposed of the employer providing for defense and indemnification

Determining if a police officer acted within the scope of his or her employment for the purposed of the employer providing for defense and indemnification Lemma v Nassau County Police Officer Indem. Bd., 2018 NY Slip Op 04382, Court of … Continue reading

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NJ Senate Advances Ban on Sex Harassment Confidentiality Agreements – Employment Law This Week

Featured on Employment Law This Week: NJ Senate Advances Ban on Sex Harassment Confidentiality Agreements. The New Jersey Senate wants no more secrecy around harassment claims. On a 34-to-1 vote, the chamber approved legislation banning involving sexual harassment claims. The … Continue reading

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No Vicarious Liability Unless Statement Made Within Scope of Employment

Vicarious liability principles apply to defamation actions just as they do in tort law generally: the principal is normally liable for the tortious conduct of his agent committed within the scope of the agency relationship. Employers can thus be held … Continue reading

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Georgia Employment and Education Lawyer Obtains Dismissal Of Teacher’s PSC-Professional Standards Commission Suspension Charge Against Her Teaching Certificate

Georgia Employment and Education attorney obtained a full dismissal and no probable cause finding from the Attorney General and Georgia Professional Standards Commission involving a charge brought against a school teacher facing a suspension of her teaching certificate due to … Continue reading

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