Confidentiality

More Company Handbook Provisions Are Held Invalid According to the NLRB

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has taken a very aggressive approach against employers by requiring them to rescind employee handbook provisions that it deems to be unlawful pursuant to the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).

Possible legal challenges CVS might face due to its new health insurance wellness policy

Arnstein & Lehr Chicago Partner Mark Spognardi was interviewed for a Law360 article, “CVS Worker Weigh-Ins Should Survive Lawsuits,” published March 30. The article focuses on the possible legal challenges CVS might face due to its new health insurance wellness policy. The insurance will cost employees more money if they don’t commit to participating in […]

Handling defamation and reverse discrimination claims when investigating harassment

Arnstein & Lehr Chicago Partner Jason Tremblay authored the article titled “How to avoid defamation and reverse discrimination claims when investigating harassment,” which appeared in the February 22 edition of Inside Counsel. In the article, Mr. Tremblay explains that an employer must conduct its investigation in the most confidential manner possible and be extremely careful […]