Yesterday the Huffington Post reported an interesting story about how Maneesh Sethi used Craig’s List to employ a “slapper” to keep him from wasting time on Facebook when he should be working.  Digging deeper, I found Sethi’s own blog post on his website Hackthesystem.com where he described how he first came upon the idea.  Using

The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that Augusta National Golf Club has admitted two women as members: financier Darla Moore and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

Augusta Allows WomenI don’t know much about golf, but I do know that Augusta National is  hallowed ground in the minds of most golfers.  As an employment lawyer, I also

Over the last several years virtually every drug company has been hit with a lawsuit about whether its drug representatives or “drug reps” are exempt from overtime.  In case you have missed them on TV or in the doctor’s offices, drug reps are the folks who visit your doctor hawking drugs from all of the

Guest author and Looper Reed tax attorney Jennifer Gurevitz offers some thoughts on the recent Supreme Court decision upholding Obamacare.

Now that the Supreme Court has confirmed that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is constitutional and has upheld the individual mandate providing that all Americans have minimum essential health insurance coverage or pay

Everything is bigger in Texas.  Darn right.  Well, maybe this is one distinction Texas businesses could have done without.   In recently released EEOC complaint results for 2011, Texas ranked first. One in ten complaints across the US were filed in Texas.  Of those claims filed in Texas, race charges came in first, followed by

Desperately trying to retain its relevance in a world where unions are going by the wayside, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has taken up the issue of what employers can do about employee posts on the internet.

Under the National Labor Relations Act employees are permitted to engage in “concerted activity” which is to

It turns out the story of the Florida law firm employees fired for wearing orange is NOT over.  (For those not up to speed, see my post from March 20, 2012.)  At a recent legal seminar on the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), I learned that the orange clad crew has filed a complaint with