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By Michael Avila, Samina Weil
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and partner Clark Gayford are expecting their first child in June 2018, just shy of the July 1 effective date of a new law extending the period of paid parental leave from 18 to 22 weeks.
By Melissa Osipoff, Julia H. Wilson
The New York City Council passed a bill allowing employees to make temporary schedule changes to attend to a "personal event."
By Cheryl Behymer, Steven Bernstein, Caroline Brown, Edwin Foulke, Jr., Howard Mavity, Richard Meneghello, Thomas Rebel, Shanon Stevenson
If Congress cannot approve a budget by this Friday at midnight, the federal government will shut down.
By Brian Ellixson
Late last year, Pennsylvania legislators introduced House Bill 1938, the "Freedom to Work Act" (the "Act"), an outright ban on "covenant[s] not to compete" in Pennsylvania.
By Sidney Minter
With each passing day, it is becoming increasingly evident that the gig economy is here to stay.
By Michael Abcarian
Mike Abcarian's article "Tools for Dealing with Difficult Situations" was featured in Texas CEO Magazine.
By Todd A. Fredrickson
Todd Fredrickson's article "How to Recognize and Address Workplace Sexual Harassment" was featured in ColoradoBiz.
By Samuel Lillard
Samuel Lillard, a partner in the firm's Columbus office was a guest blogger for Columbus CEO.
By Steven Ferenczy
The pitfalls of sexual harassment are obvious and problematic -- just look at current news headlines and the spate of high-profile allegations, lawsuits, firings and resignations.
By Fisher & Philips LLP
Folks who follow my writing know that of the many groups to which I speak, the AGC National Safety Committee is my favorite. I love the industry and I value the clients and contacts who have become friends ...
By Shanon Stevenson
Slurpees are not the only ICE-y things being served at 7-Eleven these days.
By Michael Marra, Julia H. Wilson
A federal district court in Brooklyn recently held that an employer does not owe a duty to protect patrons from assault unless the attack was "reasonably foreseeable...
By Benjamin Mann
Amidst all of the year-end articles recapping the world of labor and employment law and predicting the upcoming legal trends for the year-to-come...
By Travis Vance
What can the connection between legendary alternative rock band R.E.M. and veteran reporter Dan Rather tell us about workplace safety?
By David Treibman
The new law also requires employers to provide such employees with reasonable accommodation.
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