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By Kathryn J Russo, Kathryn J Barry
This is a case of first impression that may have potentially sweeping implications for state law and the federal Controlled Substances Act.
By Philip Rosen, Howard Bloom, Richard Greenberg, Chad Richter, Douglas Klein, Christopher Repole
1.The U.S. Senate narrowly confirmed Marvin Kaplan to one of two vacant seats on the National Labor Relations Board on August 2, 2017.
By Mark A Crabtree, April Upchurch Fredrickson
Oregon Governor Kate Brown has signed into law a bill that remedies ambiguities in Oregon's decades-old daily overtime law...
By Mark A Crabtree, April Upchurch Fredrickson
Oregon has become the first U.S. state to regulate employer scheduling practices in the food service, hospitality...
By Joseph J. Lazzarotti
Amendments to Maryland's Personal Information Protection Act expand the definition of personal information, modify the definition of breach of the security of the system, provide a 45-day timeframe...
By Joseph Dreesen
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has released a revised online whistleblower complaint form.
By Carla Gunnin
The Mine Safety and Health Administration has announced that, for the third consecutive year, none of the nation's more than 13,000 mining operations met the criteria for a Pattern of Violations...
By Jeffrey W. Brecher, Eric Magnus
The City of Chicago lacked either actual or constructive knowledge that members of the Chicago Police Department were performing after-hours work on their smartphones, the Seventh Circuit...
By John Sander
The Brazilian Congress has approved an important labor reform bill. The new law, Law 13.467, is a sweeping modernization of more than a hundred clauses in Brazil's Consolidated Labor Law...
By Samia M. Kirmani, Brian E. Lewis
An amendment to the Massachusetts Fair Employment Practices Act, G.L. c. 151B, expressly includes pregnancy as a protected characteristic and expands accommodation requirements for pregnant employees.
By Nickole C. Winnett
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued a new fact sheet to assist residential construction employers in meeting safety standards in confined spaces, such as attics...
By Raymond Perez, II
After a crane operator suffered serious injuries earlier this year while attempting to stow the crane's lattice extension, the Mine Safety and Health Administration has issued a serious accident alert...
By Susan M. Corcoran, Richard Greenberg, Daniel Jacobs, Tania Mistretta
Although New York City's "ban the box" law, the Fair Chance Act ("FCA"), went into effect close to two years ago, the New York City Commission on Human Rights' final regulations became effective on August 5, 2017.
By Leslie Stout-Tabackman
The U.S. Department of Labor has released its annual memorandum with the rate increase for Service Contract Act (SCA) Health and Welfare (H&W) Fringe Benefits.
By Jason A. Selvey, James A. McKenna
A job applicant alleging a violation of one of the procedural requirements of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) lacked standing to sue under Article III of the United States Constitution because he failed to allege...