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What Does The DOJ's Recent Consent Decree With Miami University Mean For Digital Health Service Providers?
In the paragraphs that follow, we briefly summarize the basic terms of the Miami University Consent Decree and outline what it may mean to digital health providers.
United States
9 Nov 2016
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Miami University Consent Decree
In May 2015, DOJ's Civil Rights Division joined with Ms. Dudley in prosecuting this action by filing a complaint in intervention against Miami University on behalf of the United States of America.
United States
9 Nov 2016
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2015 California Labor And Employment Legislative Update
The California Legislature continues to enact novel and often complicated employment-related statutes.
United States
12 Mar 2015
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When Is A Commissioned Salesperson Exempt From Overtime In California?
California Supreme Court Holds that Commissions Cannot Be Allocated to Pay Periods in Which They Are Earned
United States
15 Aug 2014
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San Francisco Adopts New Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance
The new ordinance, which is effective January 1, 2014, aims to "reduc[e] family flight" from San Francisco.
European Union
26 Oct 2013
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2012 California Labor And Employment Legislative Update
California Governor Edmund G. Brown has recently signed into law a variety of important new employment and labor-related statutes.
United States
10 Oct 2012
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California Wage Theft Prevention Act: Revised Template And New FAQ's Still Leave Some Open Questions
California's Wage Theft Prevention Act (AB 469) became effective on January 1, 2012.
United States
23 May 2012
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EEOC Issues New Guidance On The Use Of Criminal Background Checks By Employers
On April 25, 2012, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC") approved new enforcement guidance related to the use of arrest and conviction records by employers.
United States
9 May 2012
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2011 California Labor And Employment Legislative Update
In early October, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a variety of important employment and labor-related statutes.
United States
14 Nov 2011
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Facebook, Twitter, And Social Media In The Workplace—Is The NLRB Your "Friend"?
As employees increasingly turn to Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, and other social media, both at work and in non-work settings, to comment about their workplaces, coworkers, and supervisors, employers face new and substantial risks when they attempt to regulate those communications through social media policies and disciplinary actions.
United States
2 Jun 2011
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The Scope of California Kin Care Leave Rights Narrowed - At Least in Some Instances
Virtually every provision of the California Labor Code is being scrutinized by employees and their counsel these days, and Section 233, which permits employees to use a portion of their accrued sick leave to care for ill relatives, is no exception.
United States
16 Apr 2010
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California Supreme Court Rules that Attorneys' Fees May Be Denied in Low-Recovery FEHA Cases
On January 14, 2010, the California Supreme Court unanimously ruled that attorneys’ fees may be denied in low-recovery cases brought under California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act ("FEHA").
United States
31 Mar 2010
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Brinker, Brinkley, And Beyond: Surveying California´s Wage-Hour Field Of Battle
The California Supreme Court's October 22, 2008, and January 14, 2009, grants of review (and consequent depublications) of the Court of Appeal decisions in Brinker Restaurant Corp. v. Superior Court (Hohnbaum), 2008 WL 2806613 (Cal. Ct. App., July 22, 2008), and Brinkley v. Public Storage, 2008 WL 4716800 (Cal. Ct. App., October 28, 2008), have caused great optimism for some within the plaintiff's bar.
United States
26 Jan 2009
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California Appellate Court Holds That Meal Periods Must Be Made Available To Employees; California Labor Commissioner Follows Suit
On July 22, 2008, the California Court of Appeal in San Diego issued a decision in favor of employers on a broad range of issues concerning the employer's obligation to "provide" meal and rest periods to its nonexempt employees, and what that obligation requires of the employer.
United States
4 Aug 2008
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