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By Gregg Brochin, Sharon Cohen
On October 29, 2018, New Jersey employers will be required to provide eligible employees with up to 40 hours of paid sick leave per year under the New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act (the "Act").
By Ronald R. Urbach
Perform a quick Google news search for "digital advertising" and it's quickly apparent that transparency — or a perceived lack thereof — is an issue that runs rampant in the industry.
By Daniel Feinstein, Kristopher Reichardt
As employers are aware, existing federal, state, and city laws require employers to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.
By Allison Fitzpatrick, Gary Kibel
The National Advertising Division (NAD) declined to review the statements made by BuzzFeed, Inc. (BuzzFeed) ...
By Gregg Gilman, Shira Franco, Nicholas Joseph
As we previously reported in April 2018, New York State lawmakers recently passed legislation aimed at combating workplace sexual harassment.
By David Fisher, Marissa Comart
The Massachusetts Noncompetition Agreement Act (the "Act") codifies new requirements for noncompetition agreements entered into with Massachusetts employees and independent contractors on or after October 1, 2018.
By Richard Eisert, Gary Kibel
The California legislature continues to legislate in the privacy realm. In recent weeks, it passed two bills that would impose privacy obligations on manufacturers of "connected devices" and one bill...
By Joseph Cioffi
It's back to school time, and there's so much noise about a student loan crisis that there's a need to corral all the noisemakers and to gain an understanding of what's actually going on
By Ronald R. Urbach
Since coming to the forefront in 2017, the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have made an indelible mark ...
By Mark Bokert, Alan Hahn, William Szanzer
Americans owe roughly $1.5 billion in student loan debt, spread out among approximately 44 million borrowers.
By Mark Bokert, Alan Hahn, Vivian Wang, Gabrielle White
May 25, 2018 was the compliance enforcement deadline for the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which governs the collection, use and storage of private information of EU residents. U.S.-based companies should not assume that GDPR does not apply to their U.S.-based benefit plans.
By Ronald R. Urbach
California sets the standard for the rest of the country in a lot of areas—now, we can add privacy regulation to the list, as discussed by my colleagues Richard S. Eisert and Gary A. Kibel in a recent Davis & Gilbert client alert.
By Maureen McLoughlin
Last month, the Sixth Circuit (which has jurisdiction over Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky) revived an employee's claim that the termination of her employment, due to her inability to return to her full-time job because of her post-partum depression and separation anxiety arising from leaving her baby at home, was a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
By Guy R. Cohen, Marc Rachman, Jacklyn Siegel
The legal protections afforded to graffiti and "street art" artists have gained increased visibility in recent months.
By Shira Franco, Judith Kong
Beginning September 6, 2018, New York City employers must post a mandatory anti-sexual harassment rights and responsibilities poster and provide an information sheet to all new hires under the Stop Sexual Harassment in New York City Act (the "NYC Act").
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