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UK Employment Update – Summer 2019
In this, our 2019 mid-year alert, we look back at the key developments in UK employment law over the past six months and look forward to anticipated developments in the six months to come.
UK
19 Aug 2019
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Balancing The Interests Of Antitrust And Labor Laws
National attention has increasingly focused on the proper role of antitrust law in regulating labor markets. Much has been written about the possibility of stricter merger enforcement
United States
29 Jul 2019
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2019 Mid-Year False Claims Act Update
As we progress through the Trump Administration's third year, robust False Claims Act ("FCA") enforcement continues. At the same time, the Administration has continued to signal
United States
25 Jul 2019
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2019 Mid-Year Securities Enforcement Update
The first half of 2019 has seen a continuation of the Commission's emphasis on protecting the interests of Main Street investors
United States
25 Jul 2019
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New York State Enacts Important Changes To Harassment And Discrimination Law
On June 19, 2019, the New York State legislature voted to pass bill A08421, a new law which changes the legal landscape governing discrimination and harassment in the workplace.
United States
4 Jul 2019
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Supreme Court Holds That Title VII's Administrative Exhaustion Requirement Is Not A Jurisdictional Prerequisite To Suit
Today, the Supreme Court unanimously held that Title VII's requirement that employment-discrimination plaintiffs present their claims to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC")
United States
18 Jun 2019
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New York Amends Election Law To Provide Three Hours Of Paid Time Off To Employees
On April 1, 2019, New York State amended its Election Law § 3-110, to provide all employees in New York with three hours of paid time off to vote. The amendments provide:
United States
15 May 2019
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Supreme Court Holds That Payments For Lost Wages Are Taxable "Compensation" Under The Railroad Retirement Tax Act
Today, the Supreme Court held 7-2 that payments for lost wages due to on-the-job injuries are a form of taxable "compensation" under the Railroad Retirement Tax Act ("RRTA").
United States
27 Mar 2019
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