Last week began this series of five posts to highlight five developments from this past summer in the area of social media and employment law. In Part 3 today: If an employee’s Facebook post can reasonably support an adverse job action, does it matter how the employer acquired the post?
At the beginning of the year, we posted a feature story on high-profile lawsuits headed to the Sixth Circuit in 2013. One of the lawsuits that we predicted would land at the Sixth Circuit this year was the challenge to the so-called contraception and abortion mandate…
Michigan is now one step closer to limiting a blight on the legal profession. In recent years, personal injury lawyers in Michigan have been downloading police reports from the Internet and, sometimes within hours of a person being injured in a car accident, sending solicitation materials.
Too often we hear tough economic times, but bankruptcy filings have dropped nearly 25% over thelast year and home prices have risen at the same pace. This might not be a good thing because many who have needed to file for bankruptcy may have been too broke to file.
Today is Citizenship Day (aka “Constitution Day”), which commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitutionin 1787 and recognizes the efforts of people who have made the decision to become American citizens.