It’s a cloudy Friday morning here in the northeast, but we have the weekend ahead of us, and I’m off for a few days of vacation to beautiful Lake Placid to visit a good friend. Before we head into the roundup, we’d like to offer special congratulations to ILN member Davis & Gilbert, whose band, “Generator Honey,” won Advertising Week’s Battle of the Ad Bands in a shocking upset. We have some talented lawyers here!
For this week’s top posts, we have:
- A dress code is justified if standards are slipping from Fladgate LLP: This is clearly a hot button issue for our audience, as this article saw the most views of any content we’ve ever shared. Fladgate looks at how to implement a dress code policy for companies that may not have previously had a written one, but are looking to implement one.
- ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGY LAW Newsletter from Fogler Rubinoff: Fogler’s latest Environmental & Energy Law newsletter looks at two issues, that of the chair of the US NRC’s decision that her previous opinions do not disqualify her as a tribunal panellist and Ontario’s divisional court’s confirmation that there are no Section 7 rights for municipalities.
- FMLA Certifications: What to Do with an Incomplete or Insufficient Certification from Epstein Becker & Green: EBG discusses what to do when a retail employee submits an incomplete or insufficient certificate when requesting FMLA leave.
- Selling off the family silver from Fladgate: Paul Howcroft gives us quite an interesting post, discussing the recent trends of local governments selling off art, and the implications.