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Wilson v. United States of America, 989 F.2d 953; 1993 U.S. App. LEXIS 6165

Wilson v. United States of America, 989 F.2d 953; 1993 U.S. App. LEXIS 6165

Mark D. Wilson; Janet L. Wilson, Appellants, v. United States of America; The Boy Scouts of America, Appellees. 3,438 more words

Legal Case

Employer Liable Despite Employee’s Admission She Knowingly Breached Policy

Contributed by Suzanne Newcomb

Last week the Indiana Court of Appeals reaffirmed its earlier decision holding an employer liable for its employee’s breach of its privacy policy. 431 more words

Employment Policies

Pharmacy Liable for Employee’s Illegal Peek at Customer Prescription Records

In what’s being touted as a national precedent, the Indiana Court of Appeals upheld a $1.4 million trial court verdict for a Walgreens customer whose prescription information was leaked by a pharmacist to a third party. 606 more words

Legal Topics

What If Your Employee is the Devil?

Those who know me know that I love the Halloween season, especially the horror movies. They also know that I love the Halloween series of movies. 1,559 more words

Tracy Morgan sues WalMart for compensatory and punitive damages in freeway crash

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Good afternoon:

Comedian Tracy Morgan has filed a civil lawsuit in federal court against WalMart seeking compensatory and punitive damages for the injuries he suffered on June 7th when a WalMart semi plowed into the rear of the limousine in which he was riding as a passenger. 560 more words

Compensatory Damages

Employee Texting: it is no LOL matter!

Evolving technology has increased workplace mobility, enabling employees to conduct their normal business on an iPad, tablet, or smart phone device away from the office.  This has been a great benefit to employers by increasing efficiency in communications.  443 more words

Maternity In The Workplace