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By Megan Walker
There has been significant buzz lately regarding the risk of discrimination in the sharing economy.
By John Thompson
For the second time in less than a year, the U.S. Department of Labor will soon publish increases in the civil money penalties it can impose for certain violations of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act...
By Scott Schneider
In Scott Schneider's article, "Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder," featured in Academic Leader, Scott discusses the fastest-growing developmental disability, Autism Spectrum Disorder.
By Susan M. Schaecher
One constant in employment law in recent years has been change. Changes in just the past year necessitate updates to personnel policies as summarized below.
By Wendy McGuire Coats, Rochelle Nelson
Remember in May of last year, when the United States Department of Labor (DOL) announced a new rule to drastically increase the amount salaried workers will need to earn in order to be exempt...
By Kevin Burns
Such an order would not only direct the seizure of information without notice to the defendant, it would involve the assistance of law enforcement who would seize physical property and deliver it to the court.
By Anne Milligan, Richard Meneghello
In the article "The Purge. The Gig Economy Is Here To Stay. Here's How To Manage" which was featured in Best Lawyers Global Business Edition, Rich Meneghello and Anne Milligan provide insight...
By Fisher & Philips LLP
On January 9, 2017, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed into law a bill that made Kentucky a right-to-work state.
By Richard Meneghello
January 2017 is one of those rare months including a Friday the 13th, which might bring to mind a horror movie where a seemingly vanquished killer somehow rises to his feet – once again! – to wreak havoc on his stunned victims.
By Matthew Simpson
In Matt Simpson's article, "Did the New Cause of Action for Job Applicants Under The ADA Get Axed?"
By Wendy McGuire Coats, Karl Lindegren, Richard Meneghello, Todd Scherwin
In a disappointing but perhaps unsurprising decision, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals once again ruled that service advisors employed by automobile dealerships do not qualify for the Section 13(b)(10)(A)...
By Jaklyn Wrigley
This summer I wrote about the dangers of English-only policies in this age of multiculturalism. These policies tend to emerge more frequently in the healthcare workplace, the reason being – . . .
By Howard Mavity
After every public shooting, we discuss how to prevent and better respond to the next active shooter, but each subsequent shooting event suggests we are not acting upon knowledge gained.
By Kevin Burns, Michael Greco
In recent years, the medical device industry has seen a steady rise in non-compete litigation. Manufacturers and distributors alike are increasingly using restrictive covenants...
By Kevin Burns
The medical device industry has seen a litigation boom in recent years in non-compete litigation. A new case out of the District of Minnesota involving Medtronic, Inc. ("Medtronic")...
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