Topic: Workplace Investigations

3 Rules of Thumb When Investigating Bullying in the Workplace

Whatever the outcome, one thing is certain: Richie Incognito’s alleged abuse of fellow Miami Dolphin Jonathan Martin has lifted the curtain on bullying and intimidation in the workplace. And on an employer’s obligation to stop it. From attorneys at Hopkins & Carley: For employers, the lessons of the Jonathan Martin case are simple and clear.… Read more »

HR in Hollywood, Background Checks, Holiday Parties, and Whistleblowers – It’s What We’re Reading Now

Whoever said “the more things change, the more they stay the same” couldn’t have been talking about employment law. Here’s a roundup of recent commentary and analysis we’re reading now on legal issues in the workplace: Investigations By Human Resources Professionals: The 10 Pitfalls To Avoid HR Life and Law in Hollywood Be Careful With… Read more »

[Video] Corporate Law Report: News to Use Now

Welcome to the latest edition of JD Supra’s Corporate Law Report, which includes: executive speed dating of the “need to know” variety; good reasons to conduct a trademark audit now; a look at top FCPA enforcement in 2012 and what they mean for your compliance plans; a clarification of the Economic Espionage Act; and more.… Read more »