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Attorney Wiley launches weekly Minnesota labor news blog

As a service to clients, on March 1, 2013, labor and employment attorney Greg Wiley launched a new weekly blog reporting on Minnesota employment and labor law developments.  Initially, the blog will focus on reporting on interest and grievance arbitration …

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Wiley receives rave reviews for Anti-harassment training

In December 2012, Wiley was retained to perform anti-harassment training at a Minnesota employer.  He presented three live sessions for various employee shifts, and allowed the employer to videotape the training and store it on its hard-drive for new employees …

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An important, case-determinative issue on de minimis harm

Two lines of cases have developed in the District Court of Minnesota with respect to whether qualified immunity shields officers from liability in excessive force cases when de minimis injury results from a use of force.  Under strikingly similar facts, …

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Wiley wins statewide Author’s Award

On December 14, 2012, Attorney Wiley won the Elmer H. Wiblishauser Author’s Award, presented annually by the MSBA Publications Committee to the individual member judged to have contributed the best article to Bench & Bar in the preceding fiscal year. Among the …

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Wiley presents at outstanding MPELRA conference in Duluth

In mid-August, Greg Wiley, Esq. presented on credibility issues with law enforcement officers, and how labor professionals can tackle situations where “Cops Can’t Do The Job,” anymore.  This area is a fascinating intersection of labor and employment law, constitutional law, …

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ATTORNEY GREG WILEY NAMED TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF MNPELRA

Attorney Greg Wiley is proud to announce that he has been named to the Board of Directors of the Minnesota Public Employers Labor Relations Association.  Wiley has been involved with various aspects of the organization over the last five years, …

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EEOC loses most of its claims; saves $4.5 million

This week in EEOC v. CRST Van Expedited, Inc., No. 10-1682 (8th Circuit, February 22, 2012), the EEOC lost the lion’s share of its claims alleging sex discrimination and harassment against trucking behemoth CRST, Inc.  Only a handful of the …

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