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By Daniel A. Blumenthal
In Dallas, a yoga studio offers CBD-infused kombucha.
By Tessa Cranfield, William Hampshire
It is also an accepted principle that a UK court will not rewrite an employer's covenant.
By Erik Weibust, Anne Dunne
On July 11, 2019, Governor Sununu signed S.B. 197 into law. S.B. 197 prohibits an employer from requiring an employee who makes 200% of the federal minimum wage ($14.50) to sign a non-compete agreement ...
By Jennifer Mora
The New Jersey legislature adopted the Act in 2009 and, at that time, specifically stated that the law did not require an employer "to accommodate the medical use of marijuana in any workplace."
By Randel Johnson, Alexander Passantino
Today, by a 54-39 vote, the Senate confirmed John Pallasch to serve as the Assistant Secretary of Labor for the Employment and Training Administration.
By Esther Slater McDonald
On Thursday, July 11, 2019, a diverse group of trade associations spanning numerous industries, including retail, telecom, manufacturing, and food and beverage, urged Congress to enact a consumer privacy law.
By Howard Wexler, Christine Hendrickson, Lisa Savadjian, Meredith-Anne Berger
This week, New York state expanded a state Equal Pay Act, making it illegal to pay someone less based on characteristics including race, religion, disability or gender identity, and also other protected characteristics.
By Marlin Duro, Tracy Billows, Joshua Seidman
Employers have until January 1, 2020, to develop a plan that is complaint with the Nevada PTO law.
By Randel Johnson, Dawn Lurie
H.R. 1044 seeks to amend the existing system.
By Gerald Maatman Jr., Thomas Ahlering, Andrew R. Cockroft
While most employers are likely familiar with the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act, they should know that Illinois is not the only state with a biometric privacy law and many other states are not far behind from joining that group.
By David Rowland
American survived its close call without one, but the next employer may not.
By Phillip J. Ebsworth, Jennifer Mora
While employees often will toot their own horn, employers sometimes may have concerns about their ability to safely perform their job.
By David M. Warburg
Fee and Expense Allocation and Reasonableness.
By Robert Milligan, Joseph Escarez
Latest developments concerning arbitration and class waivers
By Susan Ryan
Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what's happening in the world of legalized marijuana.
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