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By Anne Milligan
As startups from Silicon Valley to Silicon Forest continue to flood the market with competing on-demand service platforms "staffed" with independent workers, these same businesses...
By Howard Mavity
On November 28, a Texas federal court judge issued a ruling that cleared the way for the whistleblower provisions of the new OSHA Recordkeeping Rule to take effect as scheduled.
By Dennis Cuneo, Steven Loewengart
The DOJ Antitrust Division and the FTC recently announced they are increasing their efforts to criminally prosecute employers and individuals who engage in certain behaviors with competitors...
By Richard Meneghello
In the world of employment law, 2016 saw four massive game changers. First and foremost, the nation was prepared to awake to a new reality on December 1. Under new USDOL rules announced in May...
By Melissa Shimizu
Earlier this year, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) published a final rule to implement Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
By Edward Harold
When the U.S. Supreme Court issued a March 2015 decision creating a new standard for how employers should accommodate pregnant employees, retailers took notice.
By Melissa Shimizu
Administering and providing retirement benefits can present difficulties to employers. If you offer such benefits, you must choose and monitor service providers, offer prudent investment options...
By Christopher Morehead
As virtually all startups and small businesses know, one of the surest ways to kill a promising enterprise is to get involved in costly litigation. Breweries and brewpubs are no exception.
By Caroline Brown
The U.S. Department of Labor has filed its notice to appeal last week's preliminary injunction that prevented the salary-related changes in the federal Fair Labor Standards Act's...
By Megan Walker
In the article, "Paid Sick Leave Laws Challenging for Retail Employers," featured on Chain Store Age, Associate Megan Walker discusses Paid Sick Leave laws spreading across several states and cities.
By Travis Vance
It's the first of December. Significant changes in workplace safety law take effect today.
By Richard Meneghello
Yesterday's news that President-elect Trump (it still feels weird to write that, I gotta admit) selected Elaine Chao as his Secretary of Transportation was well-received in the sharing economy.
By Howard Mavity
On November 28, a Texas federal court judge issued a ruling that cleared the way for the whistleblower provisions of the new OSHA Recordkeeping Rule to take effect as scheduled.
By Sidney Minter
As 2016 winds down, we are entering into the prime season for holiday gatherings. Based on a recent study by the Society for Human Resource Management, approximately 65% of employers plan to host...
By Robert Neale
On November 18, 2016, the Department of Homeland Security ("DHS") issued its long-awaited rule seeking to improve certain aspects of the employment-based immigration system.
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