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Co-authors John Alden, Sarah J. Spangenburg and Chris Caiaccio's article, "A 180 Degree Decision: National Labor Relations Board Holds Broad Confidentiality and Non-Disparagement Provisions in Severance Agreement Illegal and Returns the Focus of the Legality of These Provisions Back to the Language Itself" and the update "The More You Know: An Update to “A 180 Degree Decision: National Labor Relations Board Holds Broad Confidentiality and Non-Disparagement Provisions in Severance Agreement Illegal and Returns the Focus of the Legality of These Provisions Back to the Language Itself” was featured.
John W. Alden
Christopher M. Caiaccio
Sarah J. Spangenburg
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