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By Adam Brown
In the article, "Supreme Court Ruling May Result in Trade Secret Disclosure," featured in Law Week Colorado, attorney Adam Brown discusses the ruling by Colorado Supreme Court...
By David Jones
In the article, "Workplace implications of Trump's immigration ban," featured in Akron Legal News and The Daily News...
By David Jones
In the article, "Trump Immigration Ban Can Hurt Business, Workers," featured in Columbus Business First...
By Benjamin Mann
The ink has yet to dry on Philadelphia's newly-passed Wage Equity Ordinance and the Pennsylvania Senate has already passed a Bill that would preempt Philadelphia's new law.
By Lauren Claycomb, Todd Logsdon
Earlier this year, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve the Midnight Rules Relief Act by a vote of 238-184.
By Curtis Moore
In the article, "Guest Blog: Managing Employee Absenteeism During Flu Season," featured in Columbus CEO, attorney Curtis Moore discusses the employment challenges that come with flu season.
By Richard Meneghello, Kim Thompson
After hearing an emergency oral argument late Tuesday, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with a lower federal court judge and late today upheld the nationwide temporary restraining order....
By Kevin Burns
In the spring of 2016, the Defend Trade Secrets Act ("DTSA" or "Act") was signed into law providing trade secret owners for the first time a federal civil cause of action for trade secret misappropriation.
By Cynthia Federico
We all have the ability to dream, to imagine doing things we aren't yet doing. We dream of having a steady income, financial security, and enjoying our work.
By Alexander Wheatley
In the article "Employment Law 101: Wages," featured in Marijuana Venture, Alex Wheatley provides insight on the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
By Richard Meneghello
Agreements requiring employees to submit workplace claims to an arbitrator instead of a court have become increasingly commonplace in today's workplaces.
By Alexander Wheatley
Recent surveys show employers lose over $100 million each year in wages due to employees taking time away from work for the Super Bowl.
By Christopher Morehead
Many people watch the Super Bowl for the game. Others watch for the commercials. And perhaps even more watch for both. In years past, it would not have been uncommon for people to spend the Monday...
By Andrew Froman
In a somewhat surprising but positive development for gig companies, a Florida state appellate court ruled on February 1, 2017 that Uber drivers are independent contractors, NOT employees...
By John Thompson
Readers will recall that, in 2011, the U.S. Department of Labor undertook to discourage the use of fluctuating-workweek pay plans under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.
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