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By Robert Milligan, Daniel Salinas
Robert Milligan and Joshua Salinas authored "The key to protecting trade secrets," an article on May 4 in Intellectual Property Magazine.
By Mark Lies II, Adam Young, Craig Simonsen
NIOSH has released a study on the safety and health hazards posed by marijuana growing farms.
By Richard Lutkus
Recently, a widespread global ransomware attack has struck hospitals, communication, and other types of companies and government offices around the world...
By James Curtis, Patrick Joyce, Craig Simonsen
In a move that may be employer-friendly, President Trump has re-nominated Heather MacDougall to the OSHRC. MacDougall represents a Republican vote on cases appealed before the Commission.
By Sam Schwartz-Fenwick, Jules Levenson
In recent years a number of states have passed insurance regulations barring discretionary clauses in disability insurance policies in order to make it easier for participants to prevail on ERISA claims.
By Dawn Reddy Solowey
Every time a current or former employee threatens or brings legal action, in-house counsel faces the question: Should we litigate or settle?
By Chris Gardner
Enterprise bargaining is down. That's the big call out from the Department of Employment Report on Enterprise Bargaining February 2017.
By Andrew L. Berg, Thomas Gleason, Stephanie Grimaldi, Kazarae Lowe, Cynthia Mitchell, Juan Reyes, III, Nicholas Soilleux, Gregory Voigt, Owen Wolfe, Jonathan Wolfert, Adrian Zuckerman
A publication of Seyfarth Shaw's New York Real Estate Practice. The ReaList newsletter covers New York real estate news, events, and trends.
By Kathleen Kubis Jugo, Robert Stevens
Georgia has a new sick leave law that requires employers to allow the use of available earned sick leave for the care of an employee's immediate family members.
By Sam Schwartz-Fenwick, James Goodfellow, Jr.
In an opinion that may result in increasingly complex ERISA benefits litigation, the Eighth Circuit has allowed a breach of fiduciary duty claim premised on alleged faulty claims handling practices to proceed in conjunction with a claim for benefits.
By Andrew Boutros, John Schleppenbach
Elections have consequences. And, since the November election of President Donald J. Trump, pundits, practitioners, and legal observers alike have tried to predict what white collar enforcement priorities might take center stage under the new administration.
By Pamela Devata, Elizabeth Philp, Stacey Blecher
Indiana Senate Bill 312 (the "Bill") provides, among other things, that a political subdivision of the state, including a municipality, may not prohibit an employer from obtaining or using criminal history information...
By Pamela Devata, Robert Szyba, Stacey Blecher
On May 4, 2017, New York's highest court, the Court of Appeals, held that the New York State Human Rights Law (NYSHRL) prohibits employers from discriminating on the basis of criminal conviction history.
By Gerald Maatman Jr., Alex Karasik
Following an employer's reduction-in-force that ultimately led to an ADEA collective action after several employees over 50 years old were terminated, a federal district court...
By Howard Wexler
A three-member panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit put the National Labor Relations Board "on tilt" when it overturned a decision finding that Bellagio, LLC violated...
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