• Labor and employment roundup

    Labor and employment roundup by Walter Olson on October 1, 2014 Court dismisses case against CVS in which EEOC had sought to redefine standard severance confidentiality provisions as unlawful retaliation [Jon Hyman, Daniel Schwartz, earlier here and here] Temp-agency jobs brought in-house: “The NLRB Forces CNN to Rehire Workers Terminated Over a Decade Ago” [Alex Bolt, Workplace Choice] “NLRB may.

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  • Spotting their adversaries

    Spotting their adversaries by Walter Olson on September 29, 2014 Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz on the significance of the IRS having targeted for unfavorable scrutiny “organizations involved in… ...

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  • As always, reducing liberty is the answer

    As always, reducing liberty is the answer by Walter Olson on September 29, 2014 A Connecticut state commission charged with coming up with policy recommendations after the Sandy Hook elementary school massacre is considering a draft proposal that would s ...

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  • Law schools roundup

    Law schools roundup by Walter Olson on September 29, 2014 “Is Legal Scholarship Politically Biased?” [Chilton-Posner study] [Caron, Josh Blackman, Will Baude] “Suffolk offers to buy out its whole law faculty” [Bainbridge] Another injury lawyer, Thomas Kline of Kline & Specter, gets a law school named after himself after $50 million donation to Drexel [Philadelphia Inquirer via Caron] Bonus qu.

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