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Early Case Assessment Minimizes Litigation Costs

Posted by Attorney David McClurg in Business Management, Technology / Comments

By: David A. McClurgEarly Case Assessment (“ECA”) is becoming increasingly important in evaluating the costs and risks of employment related litigation – particularly where discovery is expected to involve requests for production of a large number of documents that must be reviewed for relevance and the existence of privileged communications. The widespread use of electronic document storage and mind boggling advances in the technology available to search and screen ...

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Tiger's Mistress: Confidentiality Agreements in Wisconsin

Posted by Attorney Roger L. Pettit in Business Contracts, Employer-Employee Relationship, Human Resources / Comments

By:Roger L. PettitA recent article on FoxSports.Com, carried the news that one of Tiger Wood’s mistresses has returned most of the hush money she received from the now infamous golfer.  What does this have to do with employment law?  Actually nothing, except that the scenario illustrates the dilemma faced by employers and employees when confronting an allegation that an employee has violated a confidentiality agreement.  Such agreements are almost ...

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Entering the blogosphere

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Petrie & Stocking’s Labor & Employment team have entered into theblogosphere!  Attorneys Roger L. Pettit, David A. McClurg, and Lindsey R.King will post on labor & employment topics, from a managementperspective.  Our goal is to provide updates and practical advice on legaland business issues in the workplace, aimed at Human Resource professionals,business owners and our colleagues in the Labor & Employmentindustry.  Look ...

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