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Please keep in mind that as an “employee at will” once you give notice, the company may decide it is not necessary for you to work out the entire duration of your notice.
• FordHarrison LLP | California | Legal Alert: California's Gentry Rule under Challenge (March 04, 2014)
• Littler Mendelson, P.C. | New Jersey | Newark Follows Jersey City to Enact Paid Sick Time Law (March 05, 2014)
• Jackson Lewis P.C. | Tennessee | No Private Right of Action under Tennessee Wage Regulation Act, Federal Court Rules (March 04, 2014)
• Littler Mendelson, P.C. | California | California Regulatory and Legislative Developments: The 2014 Session of the California Legislature (March 07, 2014)
• Ogletree Deakins | Michigan | Michigan Employers May Soon Obtain Relief From Oppressive And Risky Wage Garnishments (March 05, 2014)
• Littler Mendelson, P.C. | Illinois | Illinois High Court Affirms Viability of Construction Industry Classification Law (March 07, 2014)
• Ninth Circuit | Coleman v. Jenny Craig, Inc.
• Illinois | Bartlow v. Costigan
• Ninth Circuit | Felix v. Guardsmark, LLC, 3:13-CV-00447-BR (D. Or., Feb. 19, 2014) - See more at: http://www.ogletreedeakins.com/publications/2014-03-04/federal-judge-approves-contractual-limitation-time-bring-employment-claims-u#sthash.JMbME2Fn.dpuf
• Supreme Court | Lawson v. FMR LLC (US 2014)
• Eighth Circuit | Dorris v. TXD Services, LP, No. 12-3096 (8th Cir. Feb. 27, 2014).
• Tenth Circuit | Smothers v. Solvay Chemicals, Inc.
• California | Montague v. AMN Healthcare