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By Steven Pearlman, Edward Young, Caralyn M. Olie
On August 9, 2019, Governor Pritzker signed into law Public Act 101-0221 (the "Act"), which enhances protections against workplace sexual harassment and discrimination.
By Benjamin Catalano, Kathy Rocklen, Edward Kwalwasser, Sarah E. Hughes
Financial services firms, like other businesses, must address employees' requests for more flexible work arrangements, including working from home.
By Kevin Shah
The Fifth Circuit concluded that a plan's three-year contractual limitations period began to accrue when a beneficiary received a letter in 2008 that prominently displayed
By Anthony Oncidi
One of those "cons" is that the insurance companies usually insist that the employer use their lower-rate panel counsel to defend the case.
By Steven Pearlman, Edward Young, Caralyn M. Olie
On August 9, 2019, Illinois Governor Pritzker signed the Workplace Transparency Act (the "Act") into law. The Act will apply to all contracts, agreements, clauses, or waivers entered into
By Daryn Grossman
I vividly remember waiting impatiently for my "Fresh Air Fund Sister" to arrive that first summer. It was the summer of 1973.
By Anthony Oncidi, Cole Lewis
Five In-Home Supportive Service ("IHSS") providers filed a class-action lawsuit last month challenging their union's practice of deducting union dues despite their quitting the union.
By Hena Vora, Michael Hackett, Timothy Mungovan
The Third Circuit recently issued an important decision for private fund advisors who serve on corporate boards.
By Anthony Oncidi
Employers all over California are once again hearing the siren call of arbitration in the wake of a $15.4 million single-plaintiff verdict that a Los Angeles jury delivered to a former Los Angeles Times sports columnist...
By Mark Theodore
Summer is winding down but the NLRB continues to be a source of vigorous activity. The Board recently issued a sweeping decision regarding the lawfulness of arbitration agreements
By Jennifer Rigterink
In Revenue Ruling 2019-19, the IRS answered three basic questions about the consequences of an individual's failure to cash a distribution check from a qualified retirement plan
By John Verwey, Amar Unadkat
In early August 2019, the Luxembourg regulator, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (the "CSSF"), confirmed in a press release that it had opened an online portal to allow UK firms currently using a financial...
By Steven Pearlman, Allison Lynn Martin
The ARB recently affirmed the dismissal of a whistleblower retaliation claim under Section 806 of SOX, holding an employer is not a "contractor"
By Mark Theodore, Michael Lebowich, Steven Porzio, Laura Franks, Joshua Fox
Cordúa required all employees to sign the new agreement.
By Jeffrey Neuburger
In early July, an appeals court ruled that Amazon should be considered a "seller" of goods under Pennsylvania products liability law and subject to strict liability
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