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By Rodolfo Rudy Gomez, Elizabeth M. Rodriguez
"Drive-by" lawsuits under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are more prevalent than ever and continue to rise. Title III of the ADA requires businesses to provide goods and services...
By Frederick Warren
Executive Summary: On July 27, 2018, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a news release stating that it has issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking...
By Jennifer Belli
As discussed in our prior Alert, the Massachusetts Legislature has been considering legislation focused on reforming non-compete covenants
By Mark Saloman, Chelsey M. Lewis
Executive Summary: For several years, Massachusetts has tried—and failed—to pass restrictions on non-compete covenants, and this year is no exception. Massachusetts' 2017-18 legislative session...
By Michelle Brauer Abidoye, Alexandria Witte, Shannen Garrett
Under California law, employers are required to pay employees for "all hours worked" when subject to the employer's "control."
By Sarah Pierce Wimberly, Jessica Asbridge
The #MeToo movement has now touched nearly every U.S. workplace, and the airline industry is no exception.
By Jeffrey Lehrer
As discussed in our June 2018 Alert, earlier this year the South Carolina Legislature passed the Pregnancy Accommodations Act, which expands existing state law protections for pregnant employees...
By Paul Beshears
The Department of Labor (DOL) has rescinded the revised version of its "persuader rule," which had gone into effect in April 2016.
By Ross Boughton, Geetha Adinata, Charlie Roach, Tim Reed
Introduction: Last February, we provided an overview of California's Immigrant Worker Protection Act, AB 450.
By Mark Saloman, Jeffrey A. Shooman
Judge Simon considered and distinguished Bourgoin v. Twin Rivers Paper Co., LLC, 2018 ME 77
By Stephen Zweig
Executive Summary. In New York State, the State Human Rights Law ("HRL") was recently amended to prohibit sexual harassment against independent contractors.
By Valerie K. Ferrier
Executive Summary: The introduction of ride-hailing apps has upended the taxi and for-hire car industry in New York City. What began with a promise of independence ...
By Stephen Lueke, Danielle Van Katwyk
California has become the first state to introduce privacy protection for individuals' personal data comparable to that provided under the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
By J. Gregory Grisham, Michelle Harkavy
The Illinois Public Labor Relations Act (IPLRA) permits state employees and employees of its political subdivisions to unionize.
By Jeffrey Mokotoff, David R. Anderson
Effective May 2011, Georgia's Restrictive Covenants Act (RCA) represented a significant change to pre-existing Georgia law.
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