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Disney Back In Court For Employment Law Issues, This Time With The Muppets

Wrongful termination. Gender discrimination. Age discrimination. All are themes of The Muppets heading to the courtroom, not for a new film from Disney, but to defend themselves in an employment lawsuit recently filed in Los Angeles Superior Court. Cecilia Hyoun was a seasoned assistant film editor hired to work on a new Muppets movie slated to complete production in 2011.

To: CC: BCC: Whether Your Employer's On It, He Or She May Be Reading It

It's big news on the other coast: administration at Harvard University searched the emails of 16 members of the faculty. Administrators were trying to root out a leak; the university was embroiled in a cheating scandal last fall and there was reason to believe that the press had an inside source within the school that was providing information about how the scandal was being handled.

Fashion Industry Insiders Say Employers Fail to Follow Employment Laws

Employers have the responsibility to stay alert to employment law changes and modify any policies that do not comply with federal and state laws. The fashion industry, however, continues to show signs that they're far behind in protecting models. As independent contractors for fashion designers, it's sometimes unclear for the employer how to treat the models under the law, but it's becoming increasingly clear that further regulation may be needed to prevent grievous harm.

New California Law Expands Misclassification Liability

A new law that went into effect in January could have serious consequences for anyone who advises an employer to treat an employee as a contractor, if in fact that classification is knowingly incorrect. The contractor misclassification law is under labor code 2763 and it allows the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency to assess monetary penalties against individuals or employers who violate the law.

Michael Bononi consulted by Press related to employment dispute with San Bernadino public official

Uffer a no-go in Needles
Hospital's board can't agree on deal
Joe Nelson, Staff Writer Created: 09/13/2010 06:56:13 PM PDT

Attorney Michael Bononi's Interview about how Britney Spears' Ex-Bodyguard Must Prove Ongoing Harassment

Britney Spears' Ex-Bodyguard Must Prove Ongoing Harassment, Expert Says
Attorney Michael Bononi explains that the burden is on Fernando Flores to prove his hostile work environment.
By Mawuse Ziegbe (@mawuseziegbe) 

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