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By Denise M. Visconti
Since 2016, hundreds of bills and dozens of new laws aimed at closing the pay gap have been introduced and enacted at both the state and local levels.
By Philip Gordon, Jennifer L. Taiwo
As mega-breaches heighten concern about the security of personal information and a federal solution does not appear forthcoming, New York recently joined the growing list of states imposing their own security obligations...
By James A. Paretti, Jr., David Goldstein, Denise M. Visconti
In each instance, the data on these employees must be broken out by (among other things) race, ethnicity, and gender.
By Patrick C. Stokes, Michael Lotito, Bruce Sarchet
With the resumption of the current legislative session on August 12, 2019, the California Senate Appropriations Committee briefly considered Assembly Bill 5 (AB 5),
By Shanthi Gaur, Jennifer Jones, Melissa Logan
In line with recently passed legislation in New York and California, Illinois' legislature rallied to create a bill that would help increase employee protections by combating discrimination and harassment in the workplace.
By Jillian Folger-Hartwell, Alexsa A. Marino
Rhode Island has followed the recent trend of its neighboring states—including Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire1—by enacting a law that largely prohibits employers from entering into noncompete agreements with their...
By David J. Master, Monty Verlint
Recent case law on the distinction between an employee and independent contractor for wrongful dismissal purposes would suggest that even if the court does not find the individual to be an employee, it might nonetheless...
By Jordan Waltman, Barry Kuretzky
When are non-competition and non-solicitation clauses enforceable in Canada? A recent Ontario decision examined these clauses in the context of an employment agreement.
By Sarah Bryan Fask, Danielle K. Herring
On August 7, 2019, in Kelly v. Honeywell International, the Second Circuit handed down the latest decision in a series of cases across the country on a company's obligation to provide lifetime health care to retirees.
By Susan Fitzke, Stephanie Sarantopolous
On August 8, 2019, the Minneapolis City Council unanimously passed the Wage Theft Prevention Ordinance, creating new requirements for Minneapolis employers and giving the Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights enforcement power.
By Jason Stanevich, Ryan Freeman, Michelle Devlin
On August 9, 2019, the National Labor Relations Board (Board) published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) proposing three amendments to the representation election regulations contained in 29 CFR Part 103.
By Alison Andolena, Michael Grosso
On August 6, 2019, New Jersey enacted its Wage Theft Law, transforming the state's wage and hour laws into one of the most robust in the country.
By Tommy Postek, Darren Nadel
On July 15, 2019, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit touched on the new regulations governing what constitutes a "full and fair review"
By Erika Berríos, Ana Rivera-Beltrán, Daniel Limés Rodríguez
On August 1, 2019, just a day prior to his resignation as Governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló signed into law Act No. 83 of August 1, 2019 ("Act 83" or "the Act"),
By Darren Nadel, Thomas W. Carroll
The Colorado Court of Appeals recently decided an issue of first impression regarding noncompetition and nonsolicitation agreements.
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