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Washington State Implements Law Requiring Certain Employers to Review an Applicant's Prior Sexual Misconduct


Effective July 1, 2021, prior to extending an offer of employment, a postsecondary educational institution must request that the applicant's current and past post-secondary educational institution employers disclose any sexual misconduct committed by the applicant. 1 Read More

Review of Local and State Conviction Record Laws Critical in Hiring Decisions


Court determines that employer unlawfully rescinded a job offer based on the contents of an applicant's criminal record. Read More

California Court of Appeal Determines Employer Had Reason to Know Applicant's Criminal Conviction Was an Impermissible Employment Consideration, Ordering New Trial

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Six years following the initially filed complaint, the California Court of Appeal reversed the superior court's decision in favor of the California car dealer, remanding the case back to the superior court for a new trial. Read More

Michigan Bill Expands Criminal Record Expungement


Changes to legislation signed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer will automatically clear certain convictions from public view, ultimately removing barriers to securing housing and employment for Michigan residents. Read More

The FDIC Again Loosens Restrictions on Hiring Bank Personnel with Criminal Histories


By Jonathan Shapiro on August 6, 2020 Read More

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