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By Karen Baillie
Last month we told you that a court in Florida had ordered the Winn-Dixie supermarket chain to make its websites accessible to persons with vision impairments by following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 standards.
By Jonathan B. Skowron
We all want to be the lawyer that comes to mind when a client is faced with a problem or opportunity; but even if you're the best advocate for the job, if the person hir¬ing counsel doesn't know who you are, it won't matter.
By Michael Wietrzychowski
In Dugan v. Best Buy, an unreported decision (thus far) by the New Jersey Appellate court, we are again reminded of the requirement that an employee's waiver of the right to sue contained...
By Danielle T. Morrison
I can still feel the phantom burden on my shoulders of the post-graduation choices I had to make when I was a 3L.
By Karen Baillie
On August 14, in Hollins v. Regency Corp., the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a decision from the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois that a cosmetology student...
By Jo Bennett
The new rules announced in late 2016 revising the Employer Information EEO-1 report on pay data collection have been placed on hold.
By Laurel Brandstetter
In this authoritative analysis based on extensive personal experience, Laurel Brandstetter lays out the inner workings of the federal grand jury process.
By Karen Baillie
On June 13, 2017, Judge Robert N. Scola Jr. of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida ordered Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. to make its website accessible by persons with disabilities, including those who rely on screen readers and other adaptive software.
By Michael Wietrzychowski
In Dugan v. Best Buy, an unreported decision (thus far) by the New Jersey Appellate court, we are again reminded of the requirement that an employee's waiver of the right to sue contained in an employee-employer arbitration agreement must be clear and unambiguous, and any waiver that falls short of this exacting standard will not be enforced under New Jersey law.
By Robert Collings
The EPA's climate change program is a combination of rules issued under the Clean Air Act and executive orders implementing policies on greenhouse gas emissions reduction.
By Bruce Merenstein
Courts often note that they should avoid exalting form over substance when interpreting laws. Similarly, in construing legal filings, courts typically eschew reliance on document titles in favour...
By Bruce Merenstein
Most appeals in federal court must be taken within 30 days of entry of a final judgment.
By Jo Bennett
The U.S. Department of Labor is seeking public input on what to do with the Obama administration overtime rule.
By Jo Bennett
In a decision issued last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit clarified that a single comment may give rise to a claim of workplace harassment.
By Scott Wenner
The new notice requirement is codified in Section 230.1 of the California Labor Code.
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