Lord Quoted on Florida Unemployment

19 May 2011 ABC News News

Foley Partner Jack Lord was quoted in an article that appeared in ABC News on May 17, 2011 titled “Florida: Behavior Outside Office May Stop Unemployment Checks.” Lord discusses a pending law in Florida that would deny benefits to anyone found to have engaged in misconduct, both on-the-job and outside the workplace. He states that the new legislation will make it easier for employers to disqualify somebody from receiving unemployment, adding that the law is a part of the Florida legislature’s pro-business stance during the recession.

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