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By Ryan Warden, Michael J. Westwood-Booth
The majority of the WTA took effect immediately, amending a host of existing New Jersey civil and criminal statutes.
By Eric C. Stuart, Richard L. Samson
To understand the proposed rule change we first provide a brief overview of construction labor law concepts.
By Bruce Douglas, Brian A. Moen
joining a chorus of cities and states addressing concerns involving employers' failure to properly calculate employees' pay, or to pay them at all, allowing
By Sarah Platt
As we previously reported, the Illinois legislature passed House Bill 834 and Governor J. B. Pritzker signed the bill into law. It will become effective
By Simone Francis, Shabri Sharma, Aaron Warshaw
As we previously reported, the New York State Senate and Assembly passed an omnibus bill that overhauls New York's antidiscrimination laws
By Jeremy W. Hays
In 20/20 Communications, Inc. v. Crawford, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit recently ruled that the question of whether a dispute can be arbitrated
By John Drake
on April 15, 2019, the Indiana Court of Appeals issued a ruling that significantly developed restrictive covenant law in two areas: whether
By Kevin Bland, Karen Tynan
In this episode of the Workplace Safety in California series, Kevin Bland and Karen Tynan discuss serious accidents and fatalities in the workplace.
By Leigh Nason
he Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) announced on Friday, August 9, 2019, the appointment of Marcus Stergio to fill the ombudsman role in the agency's national office.
By Charles McDonald, III, Hera Arsen
On August 8, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor announced that it issued three new opinion letters.
By James J. Plunkett
New GC Takes the Reins at EEOC.
By Walter M. Brown
Employers in Kansas City, Missouri, are now prohibited from asking applicants about their prior salary or pay histories.
By Jennifer Woodruff, Gustavo Suarez, Stephen Woods, Tiffany Cox Stacy, Lawrence Smith
The Guidance prohibits the use of no-felony rules and the like.
By Brian Hayes
First, the proposed rule would change the Board's current "blocking charge" policy.
By Jaime N. Cole
Like many other states, Washington recently adopted legislation seemingly preventing the arbitration of harassment and discrimination claims in direct response to the #MeToo movement.
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