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By Howard Mavity
The President's Tweeting dominated our discussions throughout June, with many people asking why does he Tweet?
By Franklin Wolf
Employee handbooks can be useful tools, and employers should be careful in crafting them to suit their business and legal needs.
By Fisher & Philips LLP
The recently completed Colorado legislative session resulted in the modification of only two employment laws.
By Joseph Shelton
GrubHub, the food delivery app, has been in a legal battle with a former delivery driver over the driver's classification as an independent contractor since 2015.
By Bailey Bifoss, Wendy McGuire Coats, Caroline Pham
Under the Trump administration, many businesses are likely looking forward to contracted regulations and more employer-friendly policies from the federal government.
By John Thompson
The U.S. Department of Labor's announcement that it would resume issuing opinion letters has re-invigorated criticism that recently surfaced at the mere suggestion that this might be done.
By Usama Kahf
State and federal laws require businesses to take reasonable steps to safegaurd personal information of employees and consumers.
By Richard Meneghello
Gig employers returning from the Fourth of July holiday were in for a rude awakening when they learned about the fireworks that just went down in a California federal court.
By Fisher & Philips LLP
It's hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While it always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, the last few months have seen an unprecedented number of changes.
By Matthew Simpson
Applicant background reports can be vital tools for employers, especially in the hiring process. However, amendments to the Fair Credit Reporting Act ("FCRA") significantly increase the rights of applicants...
By Brian Finucane
Good news for Missouri employers: the days of our state arguably being considered the most dangerous place in America for baseless discrimination lawsuits are about to end.
By Cynthia Yarbrough
The U.S. Supreme Court announced today that portions of the controversial Executive Order No. 13780, "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States"
By Michael Marra
As reported on our Wage & Hour Law Blog just a few days ago, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has announced that it will revive its historical practice of issuing Opinion Letters in response...
By Megan Walker
As retailers evaluate the risks and benefits of moving away from the shop on the corner and toward the shop dot com, they must consider how to handle employee layoffs.
By Fisher & Philips LLP
Currently, employees are entitled to at least eight weeks of unpaid leave under the Massachusetts Parental Leave Act.
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