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Will you be my LinkedIn friend? Do LinkedIn activates violate non-solicitation provisions?
Inside Counsel
August 10, 2016
Labor and Employment Partner Scott Cruz recently authored an article entitled “Will you be my LinkedIn friend? Do LinkedIn activates violate non-solicitation provisions?” The article provides guidance and insight regarding the interplay between non-solicitation agreements and former employees’ use of LinkedIn to apprise former clients of their new jobs and/or to contact former clients and/or colleagues following separation from their former employer.

For Better Board of Trustees Meetings, Be Prepared
Benefits Magazine
August 3, 2016
Dan Salemi co-authored the article "For Better Board of Trustees Meetings, Be Prepared" for Benefits Magazine. Dan and co-author Joseph Burke proposed tips on how to best prepare for and make progress during board of trustees meetings.

New DOL Overtime Rule Changes: Key Takeaways
Staci Ketay Rotman and Bill Pokorny break down the implications of this important update.
July 27, 2016
Prior to and immediately following the U.S. Department of Labor’s release of the much-anticipated new overtime exemption rules, Staci Ketay Rotman and William R. Pokorny have been out in front of this important issue, counseling clients and serving as thought leaders to the media on this complex topic.

FMLA Leave Request May Also Double As Request for Accommodation Under ADA
Bloomberg BNA: Daily Labor Report
July 18, 2016
Jeff Nowak was featured in an article by Bloomberg's Daily Labor Report regarding FMLA leave as an ADA accommodation.

Employment Law Daily Wrap Up, CONFERENCES—Jeff Nowak and Chai Feldblum talk leave as a reasonable accommodation
Employment Law Daily
June 23, 2016
Employment Law Daily wrote an article covering Jeff Nowak and EEOC Commissioner Chai Feldblum webinar, EEOC's New Resource on Leave as an ADA Reasonable Accommodation: A Closer Look with EEOC Commissioner Chai Feldblum.

Franczek Radelet Welcomes 5th Year of LEADS Fellows
June 23, 2016
Franczek Radelet is pleased to welcome its fifth class of LEADS Fellows. The LEADS program (Legal Education for the Advancement of Diversity and Scholarship) was established by the firm in 2010 to create a pipeline of talented and diverse law students in the Labor and Employment space.

One Thing You Can Do Today To Protect Yourself Against FLSA Lawsuits
Forbes
June 23, 2016
Staci Ketay Rotman was quoted in an article by Forbes regarding FLSA compliance.

Karlie Dunsky Joins Franczek Radelet as an Associate
June 7, 2016
Franczek Radelet has bolstered its Immigration Practice with the addition of Karlie Dunsky, who provides employment-based immigration counsel to clients at public, private and nonprofit companies across the country.

Secret Sauce: How to keep the recipe within your company walls
Inside Counsel
June 7, 2016
Scott Cruz authored, "Secret Sauce: How to keep the recipe within your company walls," published in Inside Counsel on June 7, 2016.

Transgender Issues in Schools and the Workplace: Personal Records
Bar Briefs KCBA
April 2016
Jennifer A. Smith and Edward N. Druck co-authored, "Transgender Issues in Schools and the Workplace: Personal Records," published in the Bar Briefs KCBA for the April 2016 issue.