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March 2016 Archives

Do whistleblower protection laws allow suits against individuals?

The thing about law is that it can have loopholes. Lawmakers don't necessarily intend for them to exist. Sometimes they are created unexpectedly when one law that deals with an issue says one thing and a second law that deals with the same issue says something slightly different. Valid questions get raised and courts in Texas and other parts of the country are asked to deliver answers.

Limits on fed worker administrative leaves now before Congress

Texas readers will surely agree that there are times when administrative leaves make some sense and times when they don't. As we noted in a previous post, sometimes the realities of the federal budget or lack thereof require agencies to employ administrative furloughs as a strategy to limit the possibility of adverse employment actions.

Cancer survivors deserve accommodations

A diagnosis of cancer is never a pleasant surprise. That said, just because someone is diagnosed with one of the many forms of the disease doesn't necessarily mean they have been given a death sentence. The American Cancer Society observes that the survival rate among cancer patients is a great deal higher than it used to be just 30 years ago -- as much as 49 percent higher.

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