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Employer Law Blog

We address issues, cases and matters of statutory and regulatory compliance of employment law that can impact a business' growth and profitability.

Employer Law Blog
August 3, 2023

The NLRB Strikes Again

On August 2, the NLRB majority continued its relentless reversal of Board precedent which reasonably balanced rights of employees and employers. In Stericycle and Teamsters Local 628, the Board revisited its standard for evaluating work rules and employment policies.

Employer Law Blog
June 17, 2021

Employer’s Beware: The Supreme Court Narrowly Interprets Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

In Van Buren v. United States, the Supreme Court handed down its first major decision construing the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. In general, the CFAA sets criminal and civil penalties for unauthorized access to a computer. The CFAA identifies two ways of violating the statute, "access without authorization" and "exceed[ing] authorized access".