clinton2013Yesterday, I offered up three questions for moderators to use during the Presidential Debates to question Donald Trump on employment law issues.

Today is Secretary Hillary Clinton’s turn.

  1. Secretary Clinton, the National Labor Relations Board has been quite active in the Obama years; in fact, despite the failure of Congress to pass the Employee

President Obama was re-elected to a second term last night (something forecasted by stats guru Nate Silver). What does it mean for employers?

Four More Years

I won’t go quite as far as fellow blogger Jon Hyman, who said this morning that “it just doesn’t matter” who won last night.  I

Everyone ok out there?

Election Day is Nearly Here

What a wild couple of days we’ve had in Connecticut and, for those still without power, it’s not over yet.  Much like Irene and the October snowstorm before it, Sandy has left her mark. 

But it’s time to get back to business

As the week draws to a close, it’s time for another installment of Quick Hits, where I highlight a few blog posts worth a read.

  • As readers know, this week I’ve been posing a series of questions to the major party candidates about employment law.  Other lawyers have done the same and Jon Hyman, of

As we continue our series this week of highlighting employment law issues for the candidates, next up is Rep. Paul Ryan.  (For previous posts and groundrules, see here, here, and here.)

All this week, this blog (and other employment law blogs — here, here, here and here) are posting employment law-related questions for the major-party candidates for President and Vice President.  Today’s turn: Mitt Romney.

Courtesy Mitt Romney Campaign

(For a recap of this process — and a

Photo from Barack Obama Campaign

With the Presidential election just six weeks away, we have yet to see any of the major party candidates tackle employment law issues in detail.  That, of course, is not surprising.

But as we head towards the debates, I talked with several other employment lawyers who