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September 23, 2016
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September 20, 2016
Eric Hobbs Elected as a Fellow of the Wisconsin Law Foundation
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Articles in this issue include:
New York Law Further Limits Use of Social Security Numbers
Second Circuit Approves Post-Judgment Injunction Due to Unique Facts of Sexual Harassment
Second Circuit Refers Tip Pooling Questions to the New York Court of Appeals
New York Federal Court Denies Summary Judgment of Retaliation Claim Despite Plaintiff’s Discharge for Falsifying Documents
Eastern District of New York Approves FLSA Notice That Includes Plaintiff’s Law Firm’s Website
Volunteers and Interns Not “Employees” for Purposes of Minimum Thresholds Under Title VII and the ADA