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7-Eleven employee’s murder not foreseeable, so no liability for lack of security guard
By Lorene D. Park, J.D. 7-Eleven, Inc., and its franchisee were not liable for failing to hire a security guard at a store from which an employee was leaving when he was murdered by either the suspect
Sheriffs get qualified immunity on employees’ First Amendment retaliation claims
By Marjorie Johnson, J.D. A county sheriff and undersheriff were entitled to qualified immunity from several subordinates’ claims of First Amendment retaliation, the Tenth Circuit ruled in reversing t
Requiring employees to use vacation or find coverage on Sabbath may violate Title VII
By Lorene D. Park, J.D. In a Title VII suit by two Seventh Day Adventists, who were fired for excessive absences after Kellogg’s new scheduling policy required they work every other Saturday, the Tent