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By Shireen J. Karcutskie
In recent weeks, several notable policy changes have taken place concerning the adjudication of immigration petitions by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
By Lance Gibbons, David Goldstein
Generally, federal contractors must develop a written affirmative action program for every physical location with 50 or more employees.
By Kwabena Appenteng
2018 has so far been a year that will long live in the memory of workplace privacy lawyers.
By James A. Paretti, Jr., Michael Pedhirney, Michael Lotito
Joint-employer status can be significant for an employer.
By Darren Gibson, Brooke Meller
The court affirmed the dismissal of the remaining Title IX claims.
By Brandon Haugrud, Meredith Shoop
For over 50 years, by September 30, employers with 100 or more employees and federal contractors with at least 50 employees were required to submit an EEO-1 report to the Equal Employment...
By Dale Deitchler, Elizabeth McKenna
A Connecticut federal court has issued another decision in the case of Noffsinger v. SSC Niantic Operating Company LLC, further expanding protections to individuals who are qualified under Connecticut's PUMA to use marijuana.
By Stephen Dellinger
Hurricane Florence shows no sign of relenting as it barrels toward Virginia and the Carolinas.
By Michael Chichester, Jr., Anton Dirnberger, II, Sebastian Chilco
On September 5, 2018, the Michigan Legislature adopted as law a proposed ballot measure that will require employers to provide their employees paid leave that can be used for "sick" and "safe" time...
By Jonathan Shapiro, Sean Malley
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) recently published its final rule on modifications to the Statement of Policy (SOP) for Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act
By Rod Fliegel, Julie Stockton
On September 6, 2018, in Auer v. Trans Union, LLC, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit joined the Seventh Circuit in holding that an individual plaintiff did not have constitutional standing to sue in federal court under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) for an alleged violation of the FCRA's authorization and disclosure requirement.
By Lance Gibbons
Contractors accustomed to seeking an extension for submitting AAPs and supporting data should review carefully the new FAQ regarding extensions.
By James A. Paretti, Jr.
Other agenda items are far more controversial.
By Rod Fliegel, William Simmons, Philip Gordon
However, on closer scrutiny, as described below, this argument appears to be "creative" at best.
By Eli Freedberg, Devjani H. Mishra
As addressed in our previous ASAP, New York State enacted new legislation in April 2018 targeting workplace sex discrimination and sexual harassment.
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