Christian Boesl Employment Practice Group Chair Christian Boesl Reports (originally in Employment Answers Quarterly Newsletter): The NLRB in South Carolina finds no safe refuge from the storm of controversy it created by exercising its self-proclaimed authority with posting requirements for South Carolina businesses. The agency is also finalizing the consolidation of the Atlanta and Winston-Salem offices. Find out how the… Continue Reading
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South Carolina Employment Law Alerts provides timely updates on the most recent rulings from the NLRB and other pressing issues in the employment field, with commentary from our experienced employment law team.
Each quarter, the Collins & Lacy Employment Law Practice Group shares and analyzes the latest updates through our e-newsletter Employment Answers Quarterly. This issue covers the opening of our Charleston office, the NLRB suit as well as the consolidation of regions 10 & 11 and social media monitoring by employers. To stay informed on employment law… Continue Reading
Christian Boesl, Chair of the Collins & Lacy Employment Practice Group and employment law attorney Charles Appleby will take part in presenting a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) presentation to the Association of Corporate Counsel entitled “Managing Your Risks: A 2012 Perspective on Business, Social Media and Litigation Risks.” The presentation will be held on Thursday, June… Continue Reading
Michael Pitts The Employment Law Practice Group congratulates Michael Pitts, who is one of the four Collins & Lacy attorneys selected for the 2012 South Carolina Super Lawyers® list. Mike joined our Greenville office in 2011, and we have enjoyed having him on board. Find out more about Mike and the other Collins & Lacy Super Lawyers® in… Continue Reading
Brian Comer Products Liability Practice Group Chair, Brian Comer, and employment attorney, Charles Appleby, addressed retailers at the Merchandising 201 Seminar, hosted by the South Carolina Association of Convenience Stores this past Wednesday. Brian Comer provided a legal refresher on Products Liability Law in South Carolina, while Charles Appleby highlighted the recent changes to the… Continue Reading
Employment law attorney Charles Appleby recently published an article in the South Carolina Bar’s Employment & Labor Law Newsletter on summary judgment. Click here to find out how it plays into current employment cases.
Published today in the South Carolina State Chamber’s Competitiveness Update: Federal Judge Backs NLRB Posting Rule Last week, a federal judge in the District of Columbia ruled that the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) can require employers to display posters informing workers of their legal rights to form unions through its controversial notice posting rule. While… Continue Reading
Attorney Christian Boesl Employment Practice Group Chair Christian Boesl and employment attorney Michael Pitts spoke at a conference for SC PRIMA (South Carolina Public Risk Management Association) this past Monday. In keeping with the conference’s March Madness theme, Christian and Mike’s presentation, entitled “Flagrant Fouls in Hiring, Discipline and Firing” advised about the legal ins and… Continue Reading
Employment Law Attorney Charles Appleby has been following the NLRB’s impact on social media very closely over the past year, commenting on their rulings in the November issue of Employment Answers Quarterly as well as the Fall 2011 issue of South Carolina Lawyer Magazine. The new year brought new rulings from the NLRB, which more narrowly defined… Continue Reading
In the most recent edition of Employment Answers Quarterly, Collins & Lacy Employment Practice Group Chair Christian Boesl addressed the trends revealed in the latest EEOC statistics: The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently released new statistics outlining the types of charges filed in 2011. Overall, claims only rose by 25 new charges.… Continue Reading