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March Madness Is Here: How Long Will Your Employees Be Distracted?

Jack McCalmon

March Madness season can have its benefits, even if employees are not completely focused on productivity. Jack McCalmon shares his thoughts. Read more...


A Bank Secrecy Act Violation Leads To A $36 Million Penalty And D & O Exposure


A California bank pays dearly for processing illicit funds and then covering it up. Learn about the BSA and the D & O liability exposure from it. Read more...


Vendor Fraud: Steps For Preventing It From Happening To Your Organization


Vendor fraud is a common form of embezzlement that can lead to significant losses. Learn the best ways to prevent vendor fraud. Read more...


Refusing To Play Spin The Bottle: Harassment or Insubordination? You Make The Call


An employee sues because he was allegedly fired for refusing to play "spin the bottle". Is this insubordination or harassment? You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...


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Employer Alert: Sexual Harassment Complaints Up 400 Percent In One State

One state has numbers to show that the Weinstein Effect is affecting claims. Jack McCalmon, Esq. weighs in. Read More

Are Your Employees Starting To Understand Your Cyber Risk?

A new survey shows that employees are becoming more aware of cybersecurity risks. Jack McCalmon examines what that means for employers. Read More

The Weinstein Effect Is Increasing Exposure For Board Members

Wynn Resorts Ltd.'s founder, chairman, and chief executive is under increased shareholder scrutiny because of claims of sexual misconduct. Jack McCalmon, Esq. examines the company's crisis. Read More

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Telecommuting: A Reasonable Accommodation?

Telecommuting as a reasonable accommodation, like all other accommodations under the ADA, depends on a case-by-case analysis. Leslie Zieren, Esq. discusses the issue. Read More

Ask Jack: How Do I Address Signs Of Dementia In An Employee?

Jack McCalmon, Esq. answers a question from an employer who thinks an older employee may have dementia. Read More

When Managers Remain Calm And Civil, They Keep Workplace Violence In Check

An employee hits a manager with a hot burrito. Jack McCalmon examines what managers should do when sudden employee violence occurs. Read More