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What about teachers? (access required)

One group of public employees received special mention in the recent Supreme Court whistleblower case, Garcetti v. Ceballos. In the majority opinion, Justice Anthony Kennedy responded to concerns voiced in Justice David Souter’s dissent that teachers and professors might be ...

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New Jersey case worries employment lawyers (access required)

Already facing concerns about lost productivity and possible network security risks, employers are reeling from a recent decision by a New Jersey appellate court. In that case, the court reversed summary judgment for an employer, holding that because the employer ...

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