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Employer Reports 2011

KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 18 - December 22 , 2011

The Top 10 Labor and Employment Law Developments of 2011

A Special Thank You to Our Valued Clients and Friends


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 17 - December 21, 2011

NLRB Gives Early Holiday Gift to Labor Unions: Passage of Final Rule on Quickie Elections


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 16 - December 16, 2011

Join Gregg Kamer and Other Leading Labor Lawyers For a Free Webinar on Employer Responses to the NLRB's New Employee Rights Notice Posting

Ninth Circuit Court Finds That ADA Does Not Require School District to Accommodate Teacher Whose Disability Precluded Her From Obtaining Necessary Certification


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 15 - December 13, 2011

KZA Named As 2011-2012 Top Tier Law Firm As Its Seventh Attorney Is Selected For Inclusion in Best Lawyers

NLRB Passes Resolution to Shorten Union Election Process and Limit Employers' Due Process Rights

EEOC Legal Counsel "Informally" Opines That Requirement of High School Diploma May Discriminate Against Disabled Job Applicants


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 14 - October 31, 2011

It's Halloween! Are You Scared Yet? You Should Be As ADA Class Action Lawsuits Are on the Rise


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 13 - October 26, 2011

Three KZA Partners Selected As 2012 Lawyers Of The Year

NLRB Requires Employer To Allow Use Of Company Email For Union Purposes

NERC Issues Revised Anti-Discrimination Posters


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 12 - October 5, 2011

NLRB Delays Posting Date For New Employee Rights Notice Amid Outrage By Business Community


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 11 - September 27, 2011

New DOL Rule Interpretation Deals Another Blow to Employers Facing Union Organizing and Eviscerates Attorney-Client Privilege


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 10 - September 16 , 2011

NLRB Releases Employee Rights Notice As Employer Association Sues

Is Your Employee Handbook Up To Date?

Ninth Circuit Court Holds That Employers In Right-To-Work States Cannot Unilaterally Stop Union Dues Deductions After Contract Expiration


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 9 - August 26, 2011

New NLRB Employee Rights Notice Must Be Posted by November 14, 2011

KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 8 - August 14, 2011

Seven KZA Attorneys Recognized In 2011 Edition of Mountain States Super Lawyers

KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 7 - August 1, 2011

Kamer Zucker Abbott Ranked As Top Labor and Employment Law Firm in Nevada

New Overtime Exemption Under Nevada Law for Creative Professionals

KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 6 - May 26, 2011

Gender Identity or Expression Added to Nevada's Workplace Non-Discrimination Laws


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 5 - May 11, 2011

DOL's New Smartphone Application Helps Employees Track Wages and Hours Worked

HR Focus: Federal and State Record-Keeping Requirements For Wage Data


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 4 - April 29, 2011

Supreme Court Finds Verbal Wage and Hour Complaints Protected Under the FLSA

Ninth Circuit Court Holds Employer, Not Employee, Must Prove Reasons for Not Reinstating Employee After Taking FMLA Leave

NLRB Issues New Property Access Test Allowing Employees of an On-Site Contractor to Use a Property Owner's Premises to Handbill Customers


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 3 - March 14, 2011

U.S. Supreme Court Holds That Independent Investigation Did Not Insulate Termination When Based, in Part, On a Prior, Biased Disciplinary Action

Strike One, You're Out! Score One For Employers in the Ninth Circuit

How Are You Getting Along With GINA?

KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 2 - February 28, 2011

Nevada Legislative Update - Workplace Bullying and Workplace Appearance Bill


KZA Employer Report - Volume 10, Issue 1 - January 27, 2011

Public Comment Deadline For Proposed NLRA Employee Rights Notice Set For February 22, 2011

Preparing For ICE's New Employer Focused Immigration Enforcement Strategy

Employer Report articles are for general information only; they are not intended and should not be construed to be legal advice. Reading or replying to such articles does not establish an attorney-client relationship. In addition, because the subject matters and applicable laws discussed in Employer Report articles are often in a state of change and not always applicable to every type of business entity or organization, readers should consult with counsel before making decisions based on the same.