It has been consistently held under the Florida Whistleblower Act (“FWA”) covering private employers that there is no protection under the FWA if the employee’s complaint is not for an “actual” violation of a law, rule or regulation. The law for public employers is broader because it includes disclosure of “suspected violation.” Nevertheless, on an … Continue Reading
As the federal government shutdown enters its third week, it remains unclear when a deal will be forged. We have been helping government contractors navigate the difficult legal issues raised by the continued government shutdown and previously published an alert, Practical Employment Law Issues Facing Government Contractors in the Wake of the Federal Government Shutdown, … Continue Reading
On June 27, 2013, a divided New York Court of Appeals held in Cunningham v. New York State Dept. of Labor, that the state can use GPS tracking to monitor its employees during working hours without a warrant. Read this alert for an analysis of this important decision for employers. Read the full text of … Continue Reading
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