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Recent Trends & Developments in Employment, Labor & Benefits Law

Employment Matters Monthly

May 2016

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A Note from the Editors

We’re pleased to bring you our latest issue of Employment Matters Monthly. Among our recent blog posts, you’ll find everything from the latest thinking on how to protect against the disclosure of documents created in connection with a discrimination and harassment investigation to musings on the imperfect art of predicting successful employment relationships. See our Recent Keepers below for this month’s featured items, and click on “This Month’s Blog Posts” to see a full range of content covering the latest employment law news and challenges. If you have any questions, please contact us or one of our team’s attorneys.

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Michael S. Arnold

Michael Arnold, Member,
Employment, Labor & Benefits Practice




David Barmak

David Barmak, Chair,
Employment, Labor & Benefits Practice






Recent Keepers



Are Your HR Investigation Notes Protected Against Disclosure? Maybe, Maybe Not.




Employee’s Failure to Participate in Interactive Process in Good Faith is Fatal to ADA Accommodation Claim, Says Washington Federal Court




California and New York Approve Phased-In $15 Per Hour Minimum Wage, Highest in Country’s History




Corporate Divorce Series: Online Dating, The Bachelor, and Predicting Successful Employment Relationships




EEOC v. Flambeau, Voluntary Plans, the Insurance Safe Harbor, and the Future of Wellness Programs




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