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Employer Reports 2002

KZA Employer Report - Volume 1, Issue 10 - October 6, 2002

Ninth Circuit Finds That Individuals with Monocular Vision are Not Per Se Disabled for Purposes of the Americans with Disabilities Act

Ninth Circuit Expands Coverage of Title VII’s Prohibition of Sexual Harassment

Ninth Circuit Examines When Employer Activity Can Be Considered "Adverse Employment Action" for Purposes of Title VII Claims

National Labor Relations Board Rules on Employer’ Interests in Maintaining Confidentiality of Internal Investigations

KZA Employer Report - Volume 1, Issue 9 - September 4, 2002

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Permits Mandatory Arbitration of Title VII Discrimination Claims

KZA Employer Report - Volume 1, Issue 8 - August 22, 2002

Less Than 2 Weeks Left to RSVP for the KZ&A Fifth Annual Labor & Employment Seminar!

U.S. Supreme Court Expands Employers’ Defense to ADA Suits

Continuing Violation Theory Applied to Claims of Hostile Work Environment

Ninth Circuit Finds that Failure to Hire Recovered Drug Addict Could Violate the ADA

Ninth Circuit Calls Into Question Its Own Ruling on Compelled Arbitration of Employment Agreements

KZA Employer Report - Volume 1, Issue 7 - May 29, 2002

U.S. Supreme Court Rules on Reasonable Accomidation Under ADA

Human Resources Spotlight: Disciplining Salaried Employees

Date for Fifth Annual Kamer Zucker & Abbott Labor and Employment Seminar Finalized

KZA Employer Report - Volume 1, Issue 6 - April 8, 2002

Supreme Court Rules On Department of Labor FMLA Regulation Requiring Individualized Notice

The Nevada Supreme Court Adopts New Defense to Employee Defamation Suits

The Nevada Supreme Court Examines Coverage of State Prevailing Wage Law

California Appeals Court Affirms Substantial Verdict for Former Employee

Nevada’s Labor Commissioner Indicates New Areas for Investigation

KZA Employer Report - Volume 1, Issue 5 - March 7, 2002

U.S. Supreme Court Applies Narrow Definition of Disability

Courts Continue to Examine Role of Arbitration Agreements in Employment Litigation

Ninth Circuit Examines Scope of “Caring for Family Member” in Finding Employee May Have Claim Under FMLA

REMINDER: It’s Culinary Contract Renewal Season!!!

The KZ&A Seminar Returns and “Who Wants to Be an HR Pro?” Is Back!

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