Employers have an obligation to exercise due diligence in determining not only who they hire, but also who they allow on their premises to perform work
...in San Diego. Their topic, "Reasonable Investigations Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act," focused on new case law that provides furnishers...
In prosecuting legal malpractice actions and other consumer causes arising from financial injury, this author is, unfortunately, often the recipient of tit-for-tat Dragonetti and sanctions threats
Social media provide a wealth of information about job applicants. LinkedIn has 225 million registered users, of whom the fastest growing demographic is students and recent grads, by LinkedIn's count
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Modern-day employers are not only confronted with the challenges of adapting their policies and practices for their workforce to conform with the ever-changing landscape of employment law, but are no
The use of social media in the workplace is expanding exponentially. More and more employers have adopted social media policies, reflecting a growing awareness of the need to use social media and mon
Welcome to the Social Media Law Center, an online service of The Legal Intelligencer. In this section you will find a collection of news articles analyzing the legal issues and emerging trends in soc
...and their clients who utilize such services may be unwittingly violating the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), because such companies are often considered consumer...
...X. Bormes cannot sue the United States using a combination of the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Little Tucker Act. Bormes' receipt...
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