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Bill Watch, Feb. 8, 2016: Current Labor & Employment Law Legislation of Note - Labor and Employment Law News

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Labor and Employment Law News


Posted on: Feb 8, 2016

The IndyBar Legislative Committee is currently monitoring the following labor and employment law related legislation. IndyBar members can request that the Legislative Committee track specific legislation by contacting committee chair Lawren Mills at Lawren.Mills@icemiller.com.

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SB267    EMPLOYERS AND EXPUNGEMENT. (TAYLOR G) Specifies that the prohibition against questioning a person applying for: (1) employment; (2) a license; or (3) another right or privilege; concerning an expunged arrest or conviction also applies during an interview. Provides that a person who unlawfully questions an applicant about an expunged criminal record commits a Class C infraction, and increases the penalty to a Class B infraction for a subsequent violation. Limits the number of violations that may be charged to: (1) one violation against a person without a prior adjudication; and (2) not more than one violation per month against a person with one or more prior adjudications; regardless of the number of individual violations the person may have committed. Requires the BMV to expunge certain records of a person who was: (1) arrested but not convicted; (2) charged but not convicted; or (3) convicted if the conviction was overturned.

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