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Court Of Appeal Gives California Employers A Break – But Not A Full Vacation – From PTO Reporting Requirements
Your employees may spend their time daydreaming about how to spend the vacation hours they accumulate each pay period – and in California, they are entitled to be paid out upon termination for any accrued...
United States
21 Nov 2016
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Seventh Circuit Holds That Mandatory Arbitration With Class Waiver Violates NLRA, Setting Up Circuit Split
In Lewis v. Epic Systems Corp., the court held that a mandatory class arbitration clause negating an employee's ability to bring and recover from any wage-and-hour collective actions violated Sections 7 and 8 of the NLRA.
United States
13 Jun 2016
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EEOC Keeps Its Resolution To Litigate Company Wellness Programs Under ADA, Despite Recent Victory For Employers
With the holidays now behind, many employees view the New Year as an opportunity to lose weight, exercise more, or make any number of other resolutions to improve their health.
United States
13 Jan 2016
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Emergence Of Transgender Status Issues In Workplace Raises Compliance Questions For Employers
In March, Saks Fifth Avenue settled a high-profile transgender discrimination lawsuit in Texas federal court.
United States
26 May 2015
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Medical Marijuana Cards: A New Scarlet Letter? First-Of-Its-Kind Lawsuit In Rhode Island Claims That Employer Discriminated On Basis Of Medical Marijuana Cardholder Status
A Rhode Island graduate student has filed a lawsuit against a textile company, alleging that it discriminated against her because she used medical marijuana.
United States
13 Jan 2015
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The Next Frontier In ADA Litigation: Website And App Access For The Disabled
For the last several years, consumers have increasingly turned to online shopping as an alternative to traditional "brick and mortar" stores.
United States
8 Jan 2015
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Enforcing Non-Competes Against Telecommuters
The number of people working from home, or "telecommuting," has increased over time, with Census data showing that 17 percent of American employees do their jobs remotely.
United States
20 Jan 2014
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Time's Up: Supreme Court Upholds Enforcement Of Claim Limitations On ERISA Plan Language
Christmas may have come a little early for plan administrators and companies looking for clarity in ERISA litigation.
United States
6 Jan 2014
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