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Nov 15, 2018

Register Now for Our 2018 Hot Topics Seminar!

The last in this year’s series of complimentary breakfast seminars will  feature a panel of speakers presenting in-depth on five emergent topics, which include:

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Apr 26, 2018

Old Tweets, New Tweets, Any Tweet Can Get You Twitter Fired

Tonight is the NFL draft.  A day where the future will be laid out for many people and many NFL football teams (not the Browns, never the Browns).  It is also the day that someone on the internet will spend hours of their lives trying to find dirt on the players who may be drafted.   » Read More

Apr 17, 2018

Interactive Mock Trial Recap

Thanks to PAHCOM for inviting us to their Spring Inspiration where we presented “The Curious Case of Dr. Oblivious: An Interactive Mock Trial.” We hope to see some of you at our seminar tomorrow on Social Media, or our Supervisor  Harassment Training next week. » Read More

Mar 08, 2018

Electronic Delivery of Arbitration Agreements: Make Sure You Have Proof of Assent

Craig Schmell was a Senior Vice President with Morgan Stanley in Red Bank, New Jersey, until his termination of employment in October 2017.  Schmell filed a federal lawsuit claiming his firing constituted discrimination based on his status as a recovering addict. » Read More

Feb 23, 2018

Be Careful What You Say: Not Everything’s O.K.

The National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) makes it unlawful to terminate an employee who engages in concerted, protected activity, which generally means that you can say, object and complain, and offer suggestions to your employer without fear of termination of employment or other adverse actions so long as your conduct is in the mutual aid and protection of your co-employees and relates to the terms and conditions of employment.  » Read More

Dec 12, 2017

Trump Tweets and Unemployment

Christmas is nearly upon us, and with it, those uncomfortable political discussions at the dinner table with loved ones.  We all know that one person who is not shy about telling everyone why he or she supports a particular political party or candidate (and, perhaps, why you are a terrible person if you do not agree).  » Read More

Dec 06, 2017

Have you signed up for our December 13th seminar in Wilkes-Barre yet?

We will accept RSVPs until December 8! If you would like to sign up, please click here to download the form and email it to marketing@norris-law.com.  We hope to see you next week in Wilkes-Barre! » Read More

Nov 29, 2017

Another One Bites the Dust

Matt Lauer, a staple of morning television, was terminated by NBC today for sexual harassment and inappropriate conduct in the workplace.  While the details have yet to emerge, it appears that NBC acted quickly to end Lauer’s employment.  Tellingly, the statement made by NBC indicated that this was the first complaint of harassment in 20 years of employment for Lauer.  » Read More

Jun 21, 2017

PA Supreme Court Decides that Former Employees are Not Entitled to Review their Personnel File

When an employee is terminated, the first question they have is “why?” Employees in Pennsylvania who were not happy with the answer or who wanted to verify the explanation had the right, for a reasonable period of time after termination, to review their personnel file. » Read More

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