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Bridging The Justice Gap With Technology: Rural Immigrant Connect (Video)
As an Equal Justice Works Fellow sponsored by Fenwick & West, Renée Schomp serves as a senior staff attorney at nonprofit OneJustice, spearheading the Rural Immigrant Connect project.
United States
28 Jun 2017
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H-1B Cap Reached For Fiscal Year 2016
Earlier this month, United States Citizenship and Immigration announced that it will no longer accept H-1B petitions under the fiscal year 2016 cap or the advanced degree exemption.
United States
27 Apr 2015
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IRCA Does Not Preempt FEHA, But Limits Available Remedies
In April of 2003, Vicente Salas used a false Social Security Number to obtain employment with Sierra Chemical, a manufacturer and distributor of chemicals.
United States
23 Jul 2014
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Fenwick Employment Brief
Although the swine flu outbreak appears to have peaked (for the time being), employers should nevertheless remain vigilant and take the following proactive steps to deal with a potential full blown pandemic...
United States
19 May 2009
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Employer Violated Employee Privacy By Accessing Personal Text Messages
In “Quon v. Arch Wireless Operating Company”, police officer Quon sued a wireless company and his employer City of Ontario for violating his privacy by accessing his personal text messages sent by way of an employer-provided pager.
United States
23 Jul 2008
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Fenwick Employment Brief – November 2005
The California Court of Appeal recently ruled that, although an employer may ordinarily refuse to communicate through an employee’s attorney during the interactive process to reasonably accommodate an employee’s disability, in some limited circumstances the employer may need to communicate with an employee’s attorney.
United States
8 Dec 2005
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Fourth Circuit Ruling Requiring Court or DOL Approval for FMLA Releases Under Attack
The decision by a 3-judge panel of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals that FMLA releases must be approved by a court or the federal Department of Labor is under attack.
United States
28 Oct 2005
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