The Year In Employment Law Review — Part I

Law360, New York (November 30, 2009, 5:10 PM EST) -- While hardly a watershed year when it comes to developments in employment law, 2009 has nonetheless seen its fair share of interesting, and possibly even significant, alterations in the employer/employee landscape.

From unlawful discrimination against white high-achieving fire fighters, to clandestine video surveillance of employees, to chocolate pudding trade secrets, to 750 pages of new tiny-typed mind-numbing FMLA regulations, there was something for everyone this past year.

In fact, there was so much good stuff that it would not all fit in one article.

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