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The Florida Employer Summer 2016

  • June 16, 2016

A bulletin on employment, labor, benefits, and immigration law.

In this issue:

The Inexplicit Requirement and Definitive Necessity for Employers to Implement Privacy Policies

Changes Coming for Florida’s Workers’ Comp Law

Court Permits Discrimination Claims on Behalf of Deceased Employees

Federal Court Requires Hardship Analysis
in Non-Compete Enforcement

Medical Marijuana Laws and the Employer-Employee Relationship

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