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NLRB memo could signal litigation priorities (access required)

National Labor Relations Board

WASHINGTON — Labor and employment attorneys are taking special notice of a recent memorandum issued by the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board that requires regional officers to seek guidance from the board’s Division of Advice before proceeding ...

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TRO Issued Against ‘Disloyal’ Ex-Employee (access required)

Defendant former employee of plaintiff audio video services company who allegedly began invoicing customers for himself and company competitors several years before defendant went to work for a competitor likely breached his fiduciary duty of loyalty and committed tortious interference ...

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SOX whistleblower ruling leaves gap for courts, Congress (access required)


WASHINGTON — The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling extending Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower protection to private contractors of publicly-traded companies has some attorneys concerned about the lack of any limiting principle. The decision in Lawson v. FMR LLC  was the court’s first ...

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