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Class Action Defense Cases – Epic Systems v. Lewis: Supreme Court Holds FAA Compels Individual Arbitration Of Labor Law Disputes Rejecting Employee Claim That NLRA Permits Class Action Lawsuits Despite Arbitration Agreement With Employer
The Supreme Court issued a seminal decision yesterday in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, 584 U.S., ruling 5-4 that the FAA compels enforcement of an employer-employee arbitration agreement to resolve disputes...
United States
23 May 2018
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California Labor & Employment Law Update: Key Changes In 2017 And What's Slated For 2018
The legal landscape for California employers continues to evolve at the state and local level – ranging from prohibitions on inquiries into an applicant's salary and conviction history ...
United States
14 Dec 2017
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Changes To California Labor Code May Impact Hiring And Casting Decisions In The Entertainment Industry
Upcoming changes to labor laws in California may significantly affect the process of engaging talent in the entertainment industry.
United States
29 Nov 2017
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2017 Criminal Background Laws- Penalties And Fines Coming Soon For Los Angeles Employers
More and more employers in California are becoming subject to legal restrictions on the use of criminal history information when making employment decisions
United States
7 Aug 2017
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California Supreme Court Sides With Employers, Confirms Much-Needed Flexibility On Meal And Rest Break Obligations
For over a decade, class action litigation over missed meal and rest periods, off-the-clock work, and failure to pay wages have plagued California employers.
United States
17 Dec 2012
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United States Supreme Court Supports Outside Salesperson Exemption Expansion
In this article, Jon McNutt reviews the United States Supreme Court’s recent decision concerning overtime exemption under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
United States
9 Aug 2012
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United States Supreme Court Supports Expansion Of Outside Salesperson Exemption
Hotel Labor Lawyer update on recent United States Supreme Court decision affecting wage an hour (overtime) requirements.
United States
7 Aug 2012
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Losing The Expectation Of Privacy Bit By Bit, Byte By Byte
Hotels and restaurants are among many other businesses that monitor employees at work through video surveillance, and through employees' use of company-issued computers and smart phones.
United States
7 Aug 2012
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California Supreme Court Sides With Employers Confirms Much-Needed Flexibility On Meal And Rest Break Obligations
For over a decade, class action litigation over missed meal and rest periods, off-the-clock work, and failure to pay wages have plagued California employers.
United States
30 Apr 2012
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Losing The Expectation Of Privacy Bit By Bit, Byte By Byte
For a generation that has become exceedingly facile with electronic gadgetry and desensitized to the massive amounts of data this gadgetry produces, it perhaps comes as no surprise that video surveillance and on-line monitoring by employers of present and potential employees’ electronic profiles and fingerprints have become the norm.
United States
7 Nov 2011
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Controversial Union Rights Notice Now Available From Labor Board — Employers Should Not Rush To Post
As of November 14, 2011, most private sector employers are required, by a controversial new National Labor Relations Board rule, to post a notice advising employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act.
United States
31 Oct 2011
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New Law Requires Employers To Post Employee Rights Notice By November 14, 2011
A highly controversial new law, which many employers believe will unfairly foster union organizing, requires that employers post notices of employee rights -- including the right to organize, join or discuss the activities of a union. The law goes into effect on November 14, 2011.
United States
4 Oct 2011
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