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When emojis and the law collide (access required)

  When I started writing about the intersection of law and technology in 2006, emojis were a sidebar in the world of communication. Until the release of the first smartphone, the iPhone, emojis were typically used only in certain online ...

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Terminating employees for off-duty conduct (access required)

The old adage we learned in law school—or in human resources courses—that employers may terminate “at-will” employees for “any reason or no reason at all,” as long as the reason is not discriminatory, requires a further qualification. Depending on the ...

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