Michael P. Maslanka

  • Michael P. Maslanka
    Michael P. Maslanka is managing partner of the Dallas office of Constangy, Brooks & Smith. His e-mail address is mmaslanka@constangy.com. He is board certified in labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He writes the “Work Matters” column for Texas Lawyer’s In-House Texas publication and records labor and employment podcasts that can be found at www.texaslawyer.com.

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August 20, 2010

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Thanks for this helpful information, Mike. I'll definitely pick up this book and add some of these tips to my workplace investigations seminars. I would add that before assuming an employee is deceptive based on some of these techniques, it's important to consider that person's cultural background and other legitimate explanations for his/her behavior. Thanks again for another helpful article.

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