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This week on ILNToday – A Roundup

In 2012, we’re starting a new category of post here on Zen – the roundup! We’ve got a LOT of fabulous content coming in from our attorneys over at our main site, and I’ll be giving you the highlights weekly.  Normally, I’ll be doing these on Fridays, but I took the day off last Friday to give myself a three day birthday weekend, so you’re getting TWO posts this week instead! 

  • NLRB again delays union rights posting requirement (McDonald Hopkins): McDonald Hopkins reports on the National Labor Relations Board’s second delay for the posting date of the new notice that advises employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act. The new dates is April 30, 2012.
  • Ohio Supreme Court Attorney-Client Privilege Ruling (McDonald Hopkins): McDonald Hopkins discusses the Ohio Supreme Court decision in The State ex rel. Dawson v. Bloom-Carroll Local School District, which holds that attorney-client privilege extends to communications between an insurance company and the counsel for the insured. They cover the facts and reasoning underlying the case, as well as the implications of the decision.
  • Employment Law Trends that Will Affect Financial Companies in 2012 (Epstein Becker & Green): Epstein Becker & Green’s John Fullerton III talks about five employment trends that may be hot button issues in the financial industry in 2012.
  • Top Legal Issues for the Hospitality Industry to Watch in 2012 (Epstein Becker & Green): Epstein Becker & Green’s Matthew Sorenson breaks down five issues that may impact the hospitality industry in 2012, as well as what lessons hospitality employers can take away from these.
  • Labor: Developing formal orientation programs for new employees (Arnstein & Lehr): Arnstein & Lehr’s E. Jason Tremblay talks about the why and how of setting up formal orientation programs for new employees.

Happy reading!