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Paul H. Burmeister

The Workplace Transparency Act and Employment Agreements – AAIM’s Employment Law Series 2020

On April 15, 2020, Attorney Paul Burmeister will present “The Workplace Transparency Act and Employment Agreements”.  Topics covered will include: Non-solicitation, non-competition, and anti-raiding terms courts will enforce; Trade secret protections for employers and required language and notices; New restrictions on confidentiality, arbitration, and severance agreements.

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After Three Changed Positions and Nearly 20 Years, the National Labor Relations Board is Exempting Graduate/Teaching Student Assistants from the National Labor Relations Act

New Board, New Rule On September 20, 2019, the National Labor Relations Board announced that it will establish a regulation exempting student graduate assistants, teaching assistants, research assistants, and other similar positions from the definition of an employee under the National Labor Relations Act. The proposed rule was posted in the Federal Register on September […]

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Retroactive Application of Boeing Co. Leaves Employer Grounded in Employment Policy ULP

Recent changes at the National Labor Relations Board gave employers hope that some Obama-era regulations and rulings would be loosened. However, despite some favorable rulings, the recent decision in Nicholson Terminal & Dock Co. demonstrates it will take time for the Board’s new rulings to roll down to the Administrative Law Judge level. In reviewing […]

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