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A look at the repercussions of the Michael Brown shooting.
By Nikki Odom
EEOC issues guidelines encouraging employers to discard bright-line rules in favor of a job-related targeted criminal background screen that is consistent with business necessity.
By Matthew R. Shindell, Robert J. McCaffrey, and Graham M. Silk-Eglit
Research shows that third-party observation can affect performance on an array of tests.
By Aisha Broderick
EEOC guidelines protect working mothers and mothers-to-be on pregnancy-related discrimination, recognizing they have both a right to reproduce and a right to work.
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An overview of this specific type of litigation and some tips on how best to handle these cases, which present several unique scenarios and challenges for attorneys. (12:41 min)
Making the switch from the public sector to private realm can be challenging. Listen as former prosecutor Andre Caldwell shares advice on how to make this transition go smoothly. (7:29 min)
Joe Hanna gives tips on conducting pretrial discovery and using experts to help give you the advantage. (9:10 min)
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