Perspectives on business matters
NLRB Ruling on Workers’ Rights
Judge Rules that Home Depot May Bar BLM Apron Messages
An Administrative Law Judge of the National Labor Relations Board has dismissed a complaint by former employees of Home Depot who claimed the company violated workers’ rights by refusing to let them wear “Black Lives Matter” on their uniform aprons.
Interference Law in Georgia
Potentially Significant Change to Tortious Interference Law in Georgia
When a former employee is violating a noncompete or other restrictive covenant, a former employer will often assert a claim against the new employer for tortious interference with its agreement with the former employee.
Noncompetes for Microsoft
No More Noncompetes for Microsoft
In a move that could have wide-ranging implications in the tech industry and beyond, Microsoft Corp. said that it will remove noncompetes from its employment agreements.