In a recent decision, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that an employer has an affirmative duty to protect employees’ personal and financial information that is stored electronically.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) started off the New Year by rescinding its employer wellness regulations. What does this mean for you, as an employer?
Looking ahead to 2019, business leaders may manage risk by being advised of the following expansions of and changes to employment law.
The decision, issued in In the Interest of L.J.B. holds that a woman who engages in drug use while pregnant will not be labeled as a perpetrator of child abuse. The decision notes the significant negative ramifications such a label would have on parent and child.
Following the growing trend of cases nationwide, the court found that Delaware’s Medical Marijuana Act, which is similar to Pennsylvania’s, creates a private cause of action for an employee who believes that they were terminated due to their use of medical marijuana.
Tamaqua Area School Board Policy allowing the arming of school personnel and the use of deadly force faces serious legal challenges in lawsuit brought by teacher’s union.
The Federal School Safety Commission, created earlier this year following the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, issued a 180 page report this week with recommendations in three areas to address school violence: prevention; protection and mitigation; and response and recovery.
This holiday season, we at KingSpry offer our sincere greetings to all families, however they may be formed, because home is where the HEART is.
Commonwealth Court Steadfastly Refuses to Exempt Bus Videos Depicting Students from Disclosure Under the Right to Know LawDecember 12th, 2018
On December 10, 2018, the Commonwealth Court issued a second opinion requiring the disclosure of bus videos as public records, ignoring concerns of privacy or safety.
As predicted, the Department of Education recently released its proposed regulations for Title IX. Under federal law, the public must be given an opportunity to comment on the proposed regulations before any regulation is formally adopted and implemented.