Bill Maher is not the Problem

Bill Maher screwed up last Friday. The N word is so emotionally freighted with the memory of slavery, lynching, and discrimination that it’s never o.k. for a white person to use it, no matter what the circumstances. I learned this lesson from Cornell Brooks years ago. I used the word quoting Bull Connor. Cornell explained […] read more

On June 6th, 2017, posted in: Blog, In the News by

Drug Tests Don’t Make Sense

Drug Tests Don’t Make Sense read more

On June 29th, 2015, posted in: In the News by

Best Practices for Criminal Records

Best Practices- Final-2 read more

On September 3rd, 2014, posted in: In the News by

Legislative Testimony of Social Network Privacy

Wyoming Testimony read more

On September 3rd, 2014, posted in: In the News by

Wall Street Journal Interview on Social Network Monitoring

Wall Street Journal- Social Network Monitoring read more

On September 3rd, 2014, posted in: In the News by

Wall Street Journal interview on employee tracking

As seen on the Wall Street Journal web site Tracking Sensors Invade the Workplace read more

On May 20th, 2013, posted in: In the News by

Workplace Privacy Law – The Need for a New Paradigm

Workplace Privacy Law The Need for a New Paradigm Lewis Maltby National Workrights Institute November 3, 2012 What goes around comes around. Anonymous American privacy law has been much discussed. A small forest has been consumed producing the judicial opinions and law review articles on the subject. Unfortunately, all of them are wrong. Officially, employment […] read more

On January 29th, 2013, posted in: In the News by

Penn State and the invisible rape epidemic

click here for the full article read more

On December 28th, 2011, posted in: In the News by

Biometric Blunders at the Airport

Congressman John Mica (R-FL) is pushing the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to implement a biometric identification program for port and maritime workers, whether it is ready or not. Mica’s Transportation and Infrastructure Committee held hearings last week at which the TSA was scolded for not having the biometric version of its security program up and […] read more

Class Action Law Suites

The National Workrights Institute examined five of the largest and best-publicized recent employment class actions to see which of these descriptions of class actions is most accurate. read more

On February 20th, 2011, posted in: In the News by