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By Michael Clarkson, M. Tae Phillips
The court also declined to recognize an action for violation of public policy within the context of adverse employment actions against medical marijuana users.
By Patti Perez
Fortunately, there are a number of steps workplace investigators can take to minimize the chances that this will occur.
By Douglas J. Farmer, Brian D. Berry
This decision puts new pressure on employers to the extent it authorizes a single PAGA plaintiff to obtain statewide employee contact information and other broad discovery, based on little more than speculation...
By Jean-Marc Albiol, Nicolas Peixoto
The Cour de cassation will undoubtedly be called upon to resolve this issue.
By Diana Nehro, Ryan Correia, Enrique Del Cueto-Perez
Paternity leave is on the rise globally as cultural attitudes shift in favor of fathers taking a more active role in parenting.
By Patti Perez
The topic of unconscious bias is often cited when considering ways companies can improve their diversity and inclusion efforts by recruiting and retaining diverse talent.
By T. Kelly
On July 14, 2017, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) reminded all contractors and employers covered by the agency's nondiscrimination and EEO laws of their posting obligations.
By James J. Plunkett, Harold Coxson
McConnell Delays August Recess, Vows Health Care Vote "Next Week." Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) announced on Tuesday that he is delaying the August recess by two weeks...
By Natalie L. McEwan
In recent years, however, the L-1 has come under increased scrutiny by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Here are a few key tips for withstanding that scrutiny.
By Harold Coxson
During his tenure, President Obama filled 329 vacancies on Article III courts and 18 on Article I courts.
By James Barrett
The Oregon governor is expected to soon sign Senate Bill 828, which will impose predictive scheduling requirements on large employers in certain industries.
By Chad Li
The proposed final rule also included provisions that would allow for a potential extension of an entrepreneur's stay in the United States by up to an additional 30 months.
By Sean Paisan
Covered employers in the state of California must provide water to employees working outdoors.
By Phillip Pemberton
IER is responsible for enforcing the anti-discrimination provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965.
By Todd Torres
The checklist can help ensure that such covenants remain enforceable by the buyer after the sale.
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