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Employment Law Implications of the New Administration

By: Melanie M. Dunajeski, Drewry Simmons Vornhem, LLP There is little argument that the Employment Law landscape under the incoming presidential administration will differ from that of the Obama Administration—the bigger questions are “how” and “when”? Although the change at the federal level is… Read More >

EEOC Launches “Small Business Resource Center”

By: Melanie Dunajeski, Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP As an employment attorney, I have long consulted resources on the EEOC run website (www.EEOC.gov), but found that site to be long on resources for employees seeking to file a charge of discrimination while at the same… Read More >

New Rules of Litigation: Indiana Courts Implement E-Filing

By: William E. Kelley, Jr., Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP During my early days as a law clerk, I was tasked with researching property records at county courthouses by reviewing handwritten entries in large, oversized transfer books in the Auditor’s Office, where all real estate… Read More >

Regulating the Workplace During the 2016 Presidential Election

By: Shelbie Byers, Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP Aside from some statutorily protected rights for employees who make reports of workplace harassment or whistleblowing, participate in workplace harassment or whistleblowing, and some applicable rules regarding protected concerted activities, private employees have no “free speech” rights… Read More >