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By Thalia S. Rofos
This month, California Governor Gavin Newsom approved an amendment to the state's Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), which significantly broadens the scope of race discrimination claims.
By Vincent Fisher
Artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, and other emergent technologies stand to profoundly impact employers and, indeed, society itself.
By Eileen Budd
On February 14, 2019, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law the Child Victims Act (CVA), which greatly expanded the right of childhood sexual assault survivors.
By Kerri R. Lutfey
California Labor Code section 2802 requires an employer to reimburse employees "for all necessary expenditures" incurred by them as a direct result of the discharge of their job duties.
By David E. Artman, Simone McCormick, Bryan Thompson, Dylan C. Whitelock-Wolff
Although the pending legislation makes the final requirements of the CCPA difficult to predict until the end of the legislative session in September, a clear trend is apparent.
By Benjamin Stone
The court began its analysis by citing the WLAD.
By Alan Rupe
In most states, the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing that is typical in written business contracts does not apply to employment contracts or employment relationships.
By Adam Collyer, Peter Shapiro, Brian R. DeMocker
The New York State legislature has adopted, and it is anticipated that Governor Cuomo will soon sign, new legislation that makes the state one of the most pro-employee states in the country.
By Alan Rupe
In our last post, we rolled out the first three of my "Ten Commandments of Firing."
By Mary A. Smigielski, Daniel Cetina
Hotels and casinos will have to equip their employees with devices that alert management of alleged harassment.
By Alan Rupe
I love to talk about firing people. Defending employment cases for over 40 years has exposed me to considerable experience concerning terminations.
By Katherine Den Bleyker
On March 7, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor announced a new rule that will make millions of workers eligible for overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
By Joshua D. Curry
The Supreme Court has taken several cases dealing with PTAB issues over the past few years.
By Rohini Roy
In its petition for certiorari, ReDigi raised critical questions about the aftermath of the Second Circuit's ruling.
By Cynthia Sonnier
The plaintiff, Kerry Simmons, was employed by Cintas Corporation No 2 at its warehouse in Pineville, Louisiana.
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