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Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace: What Employers Need to Know

By Jerry M. Cutler – January 2, 2023 | With technological developments have come concerns that AI employment tools will result in discriminatory treatment of applicants.

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COVID Vaccination Requirements: Is There a Duty to Bargain?

By Jerry Cutler – July 8, 2021 | Before deciding on such a requirement in a unionized workplace, employers must determine if they are obligated to bargain about the decision in accordance with the National Labor Relations Act.

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Antitrust Laws in the Workplace: Increased Enforcement and Advice for Employers

By Jerry M. Cutler – December 11, 2022 | Employers should familiarize themselves with the antitrust implications of their employment practices and understand options to mitigate the risk of running afoul of antitrust laws.

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Does Title VII Prohibit Sexual Orientation Discrimination?

A summary of the five primary arguments, pro and con, that the Supreme Court is likely to face if and when it takes up the issue of Title VII coverage of sexual orientation discrimination. (12:12 min.)

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ADA: Reasonable Accommodation Request

Kara I. Smith discusses the background, reasons, trends, and recent developments of feasible accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act as amended. (13:59 min.)

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