New Wilson Worley Employment Newsletter on NLRB Stance on Social Media and EEOC Position Related to Education Requirement and ADA

For the most recent employment newsletter by Sam Booher of the Wilson Worley Employment Section, click here.  He outlines the NLRB’s softening of its position on whether social media use is a protected activity.  He also outlines that the EEOC has opined that a blanket requirement of a high school diploma may violate the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Our employment attorneys provide monthly newsletter updates.

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About Andrew (Andy) Wampler

For over a decade, I have provided legal services to businesses and individuals in Northeast Tennessee. I spend time litigating breaches of contract, medical malpractice, and commercial disputes and have worked on a number of transactions. I also advise businesses, working much of my time on healthcare and employment matters.

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