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  • Friday, February 23, 2018
    Although a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on who qualifies for whistleblower protection is seen as a win for corporations in some circles, employers need to think carefully before taking action against employees who engage in whistleblowing, according to an attorney who has been watching the case.
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  • In 2016, the Hawaii Legislature established a Medical Marijuana Legislative Oversight Working Group (known as the Act 230 Working Group) to develop and recommend legislation to ensure safe and legal access to MMJ for qualifying patients. The Act 230 Working Group was tasked with submitting a final report of recommendations to the legislature at least 20 days before the regular 2018 session convened.
  • A federal judge in Shreveport, Louisiana recently allowed a former employee's Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) lawsuit alleging interference and retaliation to proceed to trial after he was terminated for an alleged attendance policy violation during his previously approved intermittent leave.
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