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I was just talking with a friend of mine — a prominent employment lawyer — about the dizzying array of new federal, state and local laws. 

“One mistake, or even the slightest error, could land you in court right now,” she said. “There are attorneys everywhere just waiting to pounce on employers.”

We talked about the toll a lawsuit can take on a company. Besides the average legal fees of close to one million dollars, an employment lawsuit creates lost productivity, shattered morale and staff turnover. 

Nobody can afford those consequences in these times. 

That’s why we say the best lawsuit is the one that never gets filed. And that’s also why we’ve developed a service to help you stay out of court. The HR Law Weekly.


Legal News and Guidance

Every HR Pro Needs


The HR Law Weekly is designed specifically for YOU:

The busy HR pro who needs to keep your organization in compliance with all employment laws – but doesn’t have the time or budget to consult counsel with every regulatory change that comes down the line.

The HR Law Weekly is really TWO valuable services in one – and at one low price. You’ll also get three free bonus gifts (more on that later).

The HR Law Weekly comes to you from the publishers of multiple newsletters, professional trainings, books and online resources. And we’ve been doing it since 1937. Our 80-year track record proves we’ve helped employers successfully move through the ever-changing landscape of workplace laws. 

As you look to the future, let The HR Law Weekly help you navigate new legal responsibilities so your business can advance through even the most uncertain of times.

Here’s how your service works:


1. Digital Subscription to The HR Law Weekly

Every week, you’ll receive The HR Law Weekly: a 4-page briefing on the latest developments in employment law today. You’ll instantly be brought up-to-speed on the case law, legislation and regulatory changes that could spell big trouble for you – IF you’re unaware of them.

You'll find:

  • A review of the top 5 employment law risks for this year – some you may be aware of, and others that could blindside you!
  • Employee handbook mistakes that could turn this helpful document into a ticking time bomb for a cunning attorney to detonate
  • The HR Law Quiz: Six questions (with answers!) about potential employment law problems you may be facing tomorrow – or today
  • Tales from the Front Lines: Does a firefighter who’s afraid of fire have a legally protected disability? (The answer may shock you!) Read about this real-life case
  • Lawsuit-proof your hiring process: 3 simple steps to make sure any applicant’s lawsuit is laughed out of court

Not knowing about ANY of the above items could spell trouble for your company – and you. But The HR Law Weekly covers them all (and more) – 52 times a year! You’ll also benefit from helpful links to free white papers, checklists, and online resources – yours exclusively as an HR Law Weekly subscriber.


2. Weekly Employment Law Updates In Your Inbox

Then, every week, we’ll also send you our Employment Law newsletter. Each weekly issue laser-focuses on one key HR legal topic. Employment Law is the perfect complement to your 4-page briefing.

Here are a few recent stories from Employment Law:

As Pandemic Spreads, So Do Lawsuits: 3 Cases to Watch. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the chances that your organization will be hit with a lawsuit have risen sharply. There are already hundreds of covid-19 and coronavirus-related lawsuits percolating through state and federal courts.

Employee Verification: Your Line-By-Line Guide to I-9 Changes. Immigration law carries massive penalties, including JAIL TIME, for non-compliance. And future federal legislation may make things even more complex. Are you following ALL the rules?

DOL Issues New FMLA Forms, Hints at Changes. The DOL says the new forms are simpler than previous versions and will make it easier for employers to manage their FMLA leave programs while collecting the necessary information to approve or deny leave requests.

Manager Mistakes: Crucial Lessons from the Courtroom. Managers usually get promoted to supervisory posts based on their job skills, not their people skills. Here’s how these companies ended up in court.

You’re Being Audited! The IRS Answers 5 Key Questions. Nothing sends chills down a boss’s spine like the words “IRS audit.” We provide the IRS’s advice on how to survive – or AVOID – one.

By The Numbers: Which Employment Laws Apply to You? Think you’re too small to be subject to federal employment regulations? Think again.

By combining an overview of the week’s top HR legal stories with an in-depth look at one specific aspect of employment law, the one-two punch of The HR Law Weekly and Employment Law gives you over 100 updates per year. And, as a subscriber, you can access past issues of the newsletter at no extra cost!



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By themselves, The HR Law Weekly and Employment Law are an amazing resource at an amazing value. But to be sure you benefit from this unique service, we’ve gone beyond amazing for you.

Start your Charter Subscription to The HR Law Weekly, and here’s what you’ll get:

The HR Law Weekly. Once every week, we’ll mail or email you a concise 4-page briefing on the legal news that impacts your work – and your workplace.

Employment Law. Available ONLY electronically, this incisive newsletter drills down on one specific employment law issue each week.

A $100.00 Discount. You’ll get a full year of The HR Weekly at our Special Introductory Discount Rate – saving you $100.00 off the price others must pay.

FREE Bonus Gift #1

The Employer’s Practical Legal Guide, newly revised, steers you through the treacherous waters of hiring, firing, appraising and disciplining your employees. More than 80 checklists and self-audit questionnaires are included to help you target your company’s weak spots—and correct them before you end up in court.

It’s a $147.00 value, yours absolutely FREE when you agree to review The HR Law Weekly.

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The FMLA Master Class Figuring out if the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), FMLA leave or intermittent leave is the correct solution isn’t always clear. And ensuring proper documentation, tracking and eventual return to work are necessary layers that add more complexity.

Stop questioning your every move and master the FMLA once and for all with our new FMLA Master Class: The New Landscape of Eligibility & Compliance. Over the course of an hour, employment lawyer Anniken Davenport will walk you through how to administer and manage employee leave.

A $297.00 value, is yours FREE when you subscribe now. 

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Others pay $197.00 for this training, which is yours FREE with this offer only. 

Your HR Documents on Trial: Compliance Workshop is just what you need right now. This fast-paced workshop from a pair of expert (and entertaining) attorneys will examine the best practices, newest trends and common errors that come into play when dealing with your HR documents.

Discover the legally airtight steps for your HR document and recordkeeping obligations to comply with all federal and state employment laws (even the brand-new laws this spring) and to keep your HR operations running smoothly. 


And your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. Even the best employment lawyers don’t guarantee their results. But we do. If you decide — at any time, for ANY reason — that The HR Law Weekly isn’t all we’ve promised AND MORE, let us know. We’ll refund 100% of your subscription price — no hassles, no questions asked. Your issues and all three FREE bonus gifts are yours to keep. It’s that simple.


Is The HR Law Weekly Right for You?

The HR Law Weekly is not a substitute for an attorney. If you get sued, you need a lawyer. But the advice and case studies found in The HR Law Weekly and Employment Law might just help you AVOID having to hire a lawyer – and if that’s the case, this service pays for itself hundreds of times over.

If you’ve read this far, chances are you’re starting to see the value of The HR Law Weekly. But if you’re still on the fence, try this little exercise: Think about what an employee lawsuit would cost you. Figure in your time … your staff’s time … and how many billable attorney hours you’d need.

Write down the dollar figure. If that number is greater than the cost of 17 minutes of a lawyer’s time – and I guarantee it is – then The HR Law Weekly can help you in your work. And remember: there’s zero risk for you. Can you say that about your employment law problems?

My lawyer friend would be glad to welcome you as a client. But when you can get 8,760 hours of legal updates for less than the price of half an hour with a top attorney, isn’t it a much better deal for you (and me!) if I welcome you as a new subscriber to The HR Law Weekly? Just click the “Yes” button below, and your credit card will be charged $349 for an annual membership to The HR Law Weekly. We look forward to welcoming you as a new subscriber.

P.S. Remember – if The HR Law Weekly fails to meet your needs, let us know. We’ll immediately refund 100% of your subscription price – but you keep your back issues and all three free bonus gifts. You have my word on it.