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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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Searching for the “New Labor Law”

It is no secret that the United States is mired in economic inequality. Its widening wealth and income gap comes from the growing conservatism of Congress, tax policy, greater trade openness, “asset bubbles” in stock and real estate markets, and … Continue reading

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JON CALDARA: To Boulder’s anti-gun bigots, I will not comply with your hate law. Passive non-com…

JON CALDARA: To Boulder’s anti-gun bigots, I will not comply with your hate law. Passive non-compliance at a minimum. Active non-compliance if provoked. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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How Your Constitutional Right to ‘Due Process of Law’ Can Affect Your Florida Family Law Case

Many times, people may associate legal phrases like “due process of law” with criminal cases. The reality is, though, that all parties in criminal and civil cases are entitled to due process of law. Part of this due process protection … Continue reading

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How Can I Use Criminal Background Checks To My Advantage?

The process of acquiring a new employee can shore up a lot of doubts. A possibility exists that the charming new middle-management executive that the company has acquired may be a future liability. Although this is a remote possibility, the … Continue reading

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