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Cook Brown conducts thorough workplace investigations based on knowledge of the law, and critical thinking and communications skills. Our clients include both private and public sector employers for claims having involved The Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), The Americans with Disabilities Act, Fed-OSHA and Cal-OSHA, and The California Fair Employment and Housing Act. Each of our attorneys interacts regularly with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing and the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

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Shhh…Employers Can Ask for Confidentiality in Open Investigations Once Again

Employers had historically sought confidentiality during an ongoing investigation in order to protect the integrity of the investigation. Then a 2015 decision dramatically limited an employer’s right to require confidentiality during internal investigations. However, a recent National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruling has reversed and held that workplace rules that require employees to keep pending workplace investigations confidential are generally legal. Read our latest blog post to learn more.

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