September 22, 2018
An employer is sued for how the investigation of a sexual harassment complaint was conducted. Which risk is worse? You make the call. Read more...
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. how long to maintain payroll and time cards. Learn about the best practices. Read more...
BEC fraudsters stole thousands of dollars from organizations. Learn how to protect your organization from cyber-enabled financial fraud. Read more...
The EEOC sued an employer that refused to accommodate an employee's need to sit, rather than stand, at the front desk. How can managers help their employers avoid discrimination liability? Read More
The Executive Risk Of Investing Or Purchasing A Rotten Company Culture: The Need For Ethics Due Diligence
Fraud and bad corporate culture pose dangers for investments and corporate mergers and acquisitions. Learn from two examples of due diligence misses. Read More
Filing A Lawsuit Without First Filing With The EEOC: Why Discrimination Suits Still Can Move Forward
A circuit court rules that an employee may sue under Title VII without filing a charge with the EEOC. Learn what the ruling means. Read More
Seeking Victims of Sex Trafficker
The FBI is seeking additional victims of convicted Seattle-area sex trafficker David Delay, who manipulated women into prostitution through promises of fame, money, and love.
Justice Finally Served
A fugitive from a 1999 Indiana molestation case was apprehended in Oregon in 2016 through facial recognition software and the efforts of an FBI agent who was an Indiana State Police trooper when the crime occurred.
National Missing Children's Day
On this day-and every day-the FBI works to reunite missing children with their families and asks the public for help in locating children who have been reported kidnapped or missing.