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By Tonya Esposito, Esther Slater McDonald, Renee Kramer
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a final rule that exposes financial services companies to increased litigation by banning the use of arbitration agreements to block consumer class actions.
By Cheryl Luce, Noah Finkel
An unpopular DOL regulation that prohibits employers from retaining customer tips received another blow this summer.
By Benjamin Conley, Diane Dygert
This is the one hundred and tenth issue in our series of alerts for employers on selected topics on health care reform.
By Richard Lutkus, Craig Simonsen, Emily Dorner
Yesterday, organizations around the world were hit by yet another ransomware attack.
By Jamaica Szeliga
Finding against the Federal Circuit once again on a patent case, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision in Sandoz v. Amgen relating to the interpretation of the Biologics Price Competition...
By Samuel Sverdlov, Sarah Kinne
New York state's Medical Marijuana Program historically has been one of the most restrictive in the United States with strict limitations on the number of licensed producers and various barriers preventing...
By Ashley Laken
Ashley Laken was quoted in a July 12 story from Human Resource Executive, "Is the Persuader Rule in Peril?" on the Department of Labor's recently issued notice of proposed rulemaking...
By Gena Usenheimer, Meredith-Anne Berger
Regulatory rules issued in connection with New York City's Freelance Isn't Free Act seek to prohibit arbitration of claims under the Act and class action waivers in contracts covered by the law.
By Christine Hendrickson, Pamela Devata, Annette Tyman, Chantelle Egan, Stacey Blecher
San Francisco is likely to be the next jurisdiction to prohibit employers from asking job applicants about wage history.
By Kristin G. McGurn, Kevin Young
Seyfarth Synopsis: At a time when the Massachusetts meal break landscape is increasingly friendly to employees, a federal judge in the state recently denied class certification in a meal break case...
By Seyfarth Shaw LLP
As a special feature of our blog—special guest postings by experts, clients, and other professionals—please enjoy this blog entry from Supreet Singh, a senior consultant at iDiscovery Solutions, Inc.
By Gena Usenheimer, Meredith-Anne Berger
Regulatory rules issued in connection with New York City's Freelance Isn't Free Act seek to prohibit arbitration of claims under the Act and class action waivers in contracts covered by the law.
By Erik Weibust, Andrew Stark
The Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) states very clearly that an injunction issued pursuant thereto may not "prevent a person from entering into an employment relationship," and that any conditions ...
By Philippe Weiss
Philippe Weiss was interviewed on July 12 by WGN Radio on a recent study about the level of weariness women and men feel spending one-on-one time with the opposite sex.
By Rachel M. Hoffer, John Phillips, Mahek Bhojani
In a recent win for employers, the Fifth Circuit clarified that opened-ended or unlimited requests to work from home are unreasonable under the Americans with Disabilities Act ...
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