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By George Vassos, David J. Master
The Ontario Ministry of Labour has released a new employment standards poster to coincide with recent legislative changes due to Bill 47...
By Russell McEwan
On December 17, 2018, the New Jersey Legislature paved the way for a game-changing prerequisite for N.J. public works contractors.
By Stephen Melnick
The Massachusetts Attorney General's Office recently published guidance regarding how a new tipped-employee law is to be applied.
By Ana María Bigas-Kennerley
On December 31, 2018, the Puerto Rico Department of the Treasury (PR Treasury) issued Internal Revenue Informative Bulletin No. 18-24 (IB 18-24) announcing the 2019 applicable limits for Puerto Rico qualified retirement plans.
By Christopher Kaczmarek
It is an entrepreneur's nightmare. The company you struggled to create goes out of business due to a lack of financing. As the company goes under, the employees sue.
By Kevin O'Neill, Marissa Dragoo, Betsy Cammarata
Happy New Year! As we turn the calendar to 2019, employers across the country are taking stock of recently-enacted workplace regulations on a wide variety of topics.
By Shawn Oller, Chris Suffecool
The New Mexico Court of Appeals held in Wolinsky v. New Mexico Corrections Department that the state Fair Pay for Women Act's definition of "employer" extends to the State of New Mexico and its agencies.
By Michael Lotito, Maury Baskin, James A. Paretti, Jr.
On December 28, 2018, a divided Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit upheld portions of an Obama-era standard for determining "joint employer" status ...
By Adam Fiss, John S. Hong, Sebastian Chilco
Developing a paid sick and safe time (PSST) policy that complies universally – or at the very least with two laws – has become increasingly challenging.
By Mónica Schiaffino, Tania Terrazas Arnaldo
El 26 de diciembre de 2018, la Comisión Nacional de Salarios Mínimos (CONASAMI) publicó en el Diario Oficial de la Federación la resolución por medio de la cual se establecen los salarios
By Devjani H. Mishra, Emily Haigh
In case you missed it: On December 20, 2018, the New York City (NYC) Council added "sexual and other reproductive health decisions" to the list of protected classes under the NYC Human Rights Law.
By Mónica Schiaffino, Tania Terrazas Arnaldo
On December 26, 2018, Mexico's National Minimum Wage Commission ("CONASAMI" for its acronym in Spanish) published in the Official Gazette of the Federation
By Meredith Shoop
After a tumultuous week on Capitol Hill, Congress adjourned Friday evening without reaching a deal to fund portions of the U.S. government, resulting in a partial government closure
By James A. Paretti, Jr., Michael Lotito
Senator Patty Murray (D-WA), the ranking Democrat on the U.S. Senate's Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions – the committee with oversight of federal anti-discrimination law
By Michael Chichester, Jr., Anton Dirnberger, II, Sebastian Chilco
On December 14, 2018, Michigan's employment law landscape dramatically changed—again—when Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R) signed Senate Bills (SB) 1171 and 1175
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