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By Kristina Launey, Minh Vu
Two New York federal judges recently said that the ADA covers websites (even those not connected to a physical place) and one held that working on improving the accessibility of one's website...
By Craig Simonsen, Jeryl Olson
Businesses and industries that had been impacted by the EPA's HFCs rule may wish to monitor EPA's response to this opinion carefully.
By Erin Dougherty Foley, Ashley Laken, Craig Simonsen
According to the EEOC in this just filed lawsuit, a home care services provider in North Carolina violated federal disability rights law when it rejected telecommuting requests from an employee whose asthma and COPD ...
By Sam Schwartz-Fenwick
Sam Schwartz-Fenwick authored an article in the Summer issue of an ABA newsletter, The Future of the Federal Transgender Benefit Protections.
By Anne Bider, Kristin G. McGurn
On August 1, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed into law a measure intended to help the state pay for the costs of the Commonwealth's Medicaid program, referred to as MassHealth...
By Annette Tyman, Meredith Bailey, Michael Childers
Tomorrow marks the first day that Federal contractors subject to reporting requirements under the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA or "the Act") may file their VETS-4212 reports.
By Bryan Bienias
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals applied a broad definition of who constitutes a statutory "guard" under the NLRA, finding that security technicians at two Las Vegas casinos were guards who could not be represented by a non-guard union.
By John Giovannone, Kyle Petersen, Noah Finkel
Earlier this month, the Ninth Circuit chose to side with the Second Circuit, and not the Sixth Circuit, to opine that mortgage underwriters fail to meet the FLSA's administrative exemption from overtime test...
By Angelo Paparelli, Partner
Memes, apocrypha, obfuscation, head feints, hand-wringing, and supposition: These are the misleading and unreliable stuff of the Interweb.
By Jaclyn Gross
As if high rent and California's peculiar laws were not enough to worry about, San Francisco employers must also comply with City-specific ordinances.
By Minh Vu
Trump Administration's first Unified Agenda reveals DOJ has placed web accessibility, medical equipment, and furniture rulemakings under Title II and III of the ADA on Inactive List.
By Benjamin Conley, Diane Dygert
This is the one hundred and eleventh issue in our series of alerts for employers on selected topics on health care reform.
By Kristina Launey, Minh Vu
The Supreme Court recently asked the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to weigh in on whether vending machines are places of public accommodation covered by Title III of the ADA.
By Gerald Maatman Jr., Alex Karasik
This ruling provides an important lesson for businesses regarding the preservation of documents in ongoing EEOC litigation.
By Robert A. Fisher, Timothy Buckley, Alison Silveira
On July 27, 2017, Governor Baker signed into law the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, which will take effect on April 1, 2018.
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