Employment / Immigration

Can an Employer Examine a Job Applicants’ Social Media Accounts?

In recent years, New Hampshire has joined an increasing number of states to pass legislation regarding the use of social media information when hiring potential...

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What Does Supreme Court Decision to Enforce Trump’s Travel Ban Mean?

On Monday, December 4, 2017, the Supreme Court voted 6-to-2 to grant the Trump administration's request to lift injunctions imposed by lower courts that had...

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USCIS Announces Change of Policy for Advance Parole Travel Document

USCIS announces change of policy for an Advance Parole travel document. The new policy applies only to foreign nationals intending to reenter the U.S. with an...

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Forfeiture for Competition Agreement – Can it Replace a Non-Compete Agreement?

Employers seeking to prevent employees from competing when an employment relationship terminates, typically do so through a non-compete agreement.  Non-compete agreements, however, have been subject...

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Providing Reference Information and (an Unsuccessful) Effort in New Hampshire to Legislate Employer Immunity

The conventional wisdom for many attorneys providing HR law counseling to their employer clients is to advise those clients to adopt a policy not to...

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