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Surreptitious tape recording of bargaining negotiations not admitted into evidence

The issue in this case was whether a surreptitious tape recording of bargaining negotiations was allowed to be admitted into evidence.

 

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What’s an Anton Piller order? You’d better know before you face one

Picture the following situation: it’s a normal workday, when suddenly, a large group of people enter your premises. Many of them are wearing uniforms of the Sheriff’s Office. They are led by a lawyer who claims he has an order from the court that allows his party to search your premises and copy and remove any documents they wish. The order from the court he presents to you appears legitimate. What do you do?

 

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Evidence: employer vs. employee

When providing evidence, your credibility is judged by how consistent your story is with common sense…

 

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A very expensive case of bad-faith termination and sick pay fraud

I recently read an interesting case about sick pay fraud and bad-faith termination. After reading the employer’s version of what happened, I was pretty convinced…

 

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