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By Jonathan Bing, Richard Greenberg, Daniel Jacobs, James Ansorge, Brian R. DeShannon
Effective October 31, 2017, New York City employers generally may not inquire about or rely upon a job applicant's salary history in making employment decisions.
By Samia M. Kirmani, David Nagle, Philip Rosen, Daniel Schudroff, Jeffrey Schwartz, Collin O’Connor Udell, Howard Bloom, Jeremy Schneider, Michelle Phillips, David Jimenez
The U.S. Supreme Court will begin its 2017-2018 Term with no shortage of cases significant to employers and businesses.
By Francis Alvarez, Kristin Bauer, Jody Kahn Mason, Paul Patten, Patricia Anderson Pryor
In a significant ruling for employers, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has held that a request for a two-to-three-month leave of absence is not a reasonable accommodation pursuant to the...
By Marla Presley, Monica H. Khetarpal, Crystal Tyler, Bethany Swaton Wagner
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos on September 22, 2017, released Title IX interim guidance, while rescinding Obama-era policies, for handling sexual assault cases on college campuses .
By Susan E. Groff
California's legislature is close to passing three bills to expand the state's fair pay laws.
By John Sander
The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) issued its decision in the case of Bărbulescu v. Romania (application no. 61496/08) on September 5, an appeal from a determination...
By Nadine C. Abrahams, Jody Kahn Mason, Sean C. Herring, Joseph J. Lazzarotti
Although the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act has been the law in Illinois since 2008...
By Susan E. Groff, Benjamin A Tulis
California's legislature is close to passing three bills to expand the state's fair pay laws.
By Jeffrey W. Brecher, Felice Ekelman, Eric Magnus
Finding it wholly inconsistent with the statute and the regulation it purports to interpret, the Ninth Circuit has held invalid the United States Department of Labor's "80/20" tip credit rule, or...
By Philip Rosen, Howard Bloom, Richard Greenberg, Christopher Repole
Employees had no right to union representation in their employer's peer review committee proceedings, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has ruled.
By Philip Rosen, Jonathan Spitz, Howard Bloom, Patrick L. Egan, Ethan J. Davis
Workers at Nissan's factory in Canton, Mississippi, have strongly rejected representation by the United Auto Workers — 63% to 37% — despite a multi-year organizing campaign.
By Jeffrey W. Brecher, Felice Ekelman, Eric Magnus
Finding it wholly inconsistent with the statute and the regulation it purports to interpret, the Ninth Circuit has held invalid the United States Department of Labor's "80/20" tip credit rule, or "20% Rule,"
By Michael Griffin, Bryan P O'Connor
If an employee asks for any of the following, an employer may not request any form of medical verification or claim that allowing it would be an undue hardship...
By Crystal Tyler, Bethany Swaton Wagner
The Trump Administration believes that Obama-era guidance regarding sexual assault on college campuses created a "failed system" that was a "disservice to everyone involved," Department of Education Secretary...
By Joy Napier-Joyce, Charles Seemann III, Daniel O'Neil, Heather C. Panick, Joshua Rafsky, Kellie M. Thomas, Kathryn W. Wheeler
Analysis of recent litigation trends involving loss causation, an important burden-of-proof issue in ERISA fiduciary claims.