Articles From J.J. McGrath

NLRB delays employee rights posting By J.J. McGrath Corporate Law Departments, January 2012 Whether or not your company wants to balance the NLRB notice with one of its own is a judgment call, but right now all employers need to be prepared to post the NLRB notice on April 30, 2012.
The COBRA subsidy and what it means to employers By J.J. McGrath Corporate Law Departments, May 2009 The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 was signed into law February 17. It expands COBRA by offering eligible individuals a 65 percent subsidy of their required COBRA premiums and an additional enrollment period to re-elect COBRA coverage and pay only 35 percent of the COBRA premium.
California limits disclosure of social security numbers By J.J. McGrath Corporate Law Departments, February 2003 Effective July 1, 2002, it is against the law for a company doing business in California to include an individual's social security number on any correspondence to that customer, unless legally required to do so.
FLSA class action lawsuits abound By J.J. McGrath Corporate Law Departments, February 2003 Did you know that class action lawsuits claiming FLSA violations have surpassed employment discrimination class actions pending in the federal courts?
ISBA financial responsibility (mandatory insurance) proposal puts moonlighting by law department lawyers in jeopardy By J.J. McGrath Corporate Law Departments, March 2002 I am writing today to tell you that I can no longer act as your attorney. I need to write a similar letter to Michelle and Melissa, my lovely wife and daughter respectively, and all my friends and relatives who I have really enjoyed serving over the years, as their friend and attorney.

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