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Category: Employment-at-Will / Restrictive Covenants

Got A Prescription for That?: Colorado Supreme Court Says You Can Fire A Worker for Smoking Medical Marijuana

In a blow to legalized marijuana advocates but a move that is sure to please employers, the Colorado Supreme Court recently ruled that a company could lawfully fire an employee who used medical marijuana on …

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Think Your Former Employees Can’t Use the LinkedIn Contacts They Got With Your Help? Think Again

Do your employees have profiles on LinkedIn?  Are they connected to your customers?  Must they “unfriend” your customers if they ever left your company?  Maybe not!  In Cellular Accessories for Less, Inc. v. Trinitas LLC, …

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State Legislatures Take Aim at Restrictive Covenants but Rarely Hit the Target

As unemployment numbers remain high, state legislatures are taking aim against employers’ use of restrictive covenants, including non-competition, non-solicitation, and non-disclosure provisions.  The goal is to reduce unemployment by allowing employees a broader range of …

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Pro-Employee Proposals Featured Prominently in 2013 Session

Fairfield County Business Journal June 6, 2013 Connecticut legislators continued to display their inclination to be at the forefront of pro-employee legislation during the 2013 legislative session. In 2011, Connecticut passed the country’s first – …

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Does Your Employee Handbook Work For You or Against You?

Employee handbooks are a great tool for management.  A good handbook can help ensure consistent application of rules, save time by making policy decisions that don’t need to be reinvented every time the issue arises, …

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