What do you do when you learn that your top candidate – the one with the best possible credentials on paper – has a controversial tweet, or a post, in their past? Maybe it’s blatant racism or something that could be considered sexism. Or it could be polarizing political views that don’t align with the company’s values. What does the law permit you to do about it? On October 15, 2019, FisherBroyles Employment Partner, Eric B. Meyer, answered those questions and more in his presentation “Surprise! There’s a Skeleton in Your Candidate’s Closet!” at the ERE Recruiting Conference in Washington, DC.