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  • ‘Tis the Season—Beware of Scam Involving Labor Posters!
  • 2012 Year-End Tax Planning Considerations
  • American Recovery And Reinvestment Act (ARRA) And Whistleblower Protections
  • Behavioral Health Issues in Washington: Ten People to Watch in 2015
  • COBRA Changes Effective Immediately: Major New Employer Obligations And Employee Rights
  • Contractors Will Not Be Punished For Using A Sample Form In The Mechanics’ Lien Statute: Common Sense Prevails
  • Employee Free Choice Act Hits The Floor
  • Employer Captive Audience Speeches Under Fire
  • EPA Mandates Reporting Of Greenhouse Gases
  • Facebook Termination Deemed Unlawful Under NLRA
  • Federal Court Deals a Setback for the National Labor Relations Board
  • Federal Courts Rule On The Viability Of Climate Change Litigation
  • Get Ready! Paid Sick/Safe Leave for Seattle Workers Coming on September 1!
  • H-1b Cap Of 65,000 Reached For Fiscal Year 2011, But Options May Remain To Hire Foreign Workers
  • High Court Extends Retaliation Protection To Employee’s Family Members
  • Holding Big Insurance Captive
  • Joint Employer Decision Could Have Major Implications
  • Jury Awards More Than $500,000 Against A Spokane Golf Club
  • Liars Never Prosper: Loss of Unemployment Benefits
  • Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act
  • More Liability for Washington Mental Health Providers
  • National Labor Relations Board Issues Guidelines for Social Media Policies
  • New I-9 Form: Expired Documents No Longer Valid
  • Newly Constituted Board Holds That Bannering Is Speech
  • Ninth Circuit Rules Fair Labor Standards Act Applies To Tribes
  • NLRB Issues New Final Rule on Notice
  • NLRB Rocked by Decision of D.C. Circuit
  • NLRB Sets Aside Employer Confidentiality Rule
  • NLRB Thrown for Another Loop
  • OCR Audits of Covered Entities for HIPAA Compliance to Begin November 2011
  • Oregon Court of Appeals Rules Non-Economic Damages Capped at $500,000 in Birth Injury Cases
  • Penalties and the Public Records Act
  • Potential for Personal Liability Due to Unpaid Wages Reinforced by Supreme Court
  • Recess NLRB Appointments Spell Trouble For Employers
  • Remember USERRA Compliance
  • Social Media Privacy Law in Washington State
  • Supreme Court Rules Against Plaintiff In Pregnancy Discrimination Case
  • Supreme Court Ruling Jeopardizes Indian Fee-To-Trust Land Acquisitions
  • Supreme Court Upholds Invalidation of Obama Recess Appointments to the NLRB
  • Supreme Court’s DOMA Decision to Impact Washington Employers
  • Tax Planning in 2013 for Individuals and Small Business Owners
  • Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization And Job Creation Act Of 2010
  • The NLRB Gets Busy
  • Think the New Portland Sick Leave Law Doesn’t Apply to Your Company? Think Again.
  • Union Leafleting — What’s Sauce for the Goose…
  • Vulgar Facebook Posting May Constitute Protected Concerted Activity
  • Washington Supreme Court Issues Sweeping Foreclosure Opinion
  • Washington Supreme Court Rules on Public Employee Use of Personal Devices
  • Washington Supreme Court Strikes Down Practice of “Psychiatric Boarding”
  • Washington’s “Jail Delay” Case — Is The State Ready To Lose?
  • What You Need to Know About Seattle’s new $15/hour Minimum Wage Law
  • Your Lawyers at Williams Kastner are Thinking about Tax in Q1 2014
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