Monday, October 24, 2011

What You're Searching For 10/24/2011

Wow, it has been over two years since I've run one of these. I examine analysis from Blogger showing me which search terms are driving traffic to Lawffice Space and then I try to provide what I think people using that search term are actually looking for. This is mostly unnecessary because I am confident that people are getting what they're searching for. But here are a few exceptions:

1. Circuit Court Map
I have no idea why so many people are directed here following a search for Circuit Court Map but here is the United States Courts' website with a Circuit Court Map. Here's another one on Wikipedia. And one more from the DOJ kids website (trust me, kids LOVE talking about the federal court structure in the United States!).

2. Has Starbucks had any EEOC Claims Against Them?
I'm guessing every corporation the size of Starbucks has had some EEOC charges filed against them. Starbucks had a pretty famous one earlier this year though: EEOC Files Suit Against Starbucks for Firing Dwarf Barista. It reportedly settled for $75,000 and some other requirements.

3. NLRB Social Media Memo
If you're searching for the actual memo, it's right here. If, on the other hand, you're searching for super-awesome analysis of the NLRB Social Media Memo - Check out my 4-part series here.

I hope you have found what you're searching for! I'll try to do this more than once every 2+ years in the future...

Posted by Philip Miles, an attorney with McQuaide Blasko in State College, Pennsylvania in the firm's civil litigation and labor and employment law practice groups.

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