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Constitutional Law

Appeals Court Recognizes First Amendment Rights of Professor to Complain About Treatment of Adjuncts

In case you haven’t noticed, the First Amendment has been taking a beating on college campuses. More and more schools are placing limits on what activities  students and professors can engage in. Private and public universities are holding students and professors to “codes of conduct” that in many ways limit their rights to free speech. […]

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Employment Law

Caveat Superior: Employers Can Be Held Responsible For Their Employees Social Media Posts

Most employers already know that many of their employees are engaging in social media while at the workplace. Whether its posting on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram or looking at others’ posts on those time-draining sites, many employers are concerned about how much labor time is being frittered away during these “Digital smoke breaks.” Many […]