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By Rod Fliegel, Allen P. Lohse
Spokeo provides a "people search engine" that compiles consumer data and builds individual consumer profiles.
By Matthew U. Scherer
Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed the bill, Senate Bill 828, into law on August 8, 2017.
By Adam Fiss, Sebastian Chilco
A little over two years after Emeryville, California's Minimum Wage, Paid Sick Leave, and Other Employment Standards Ordinance took effect on July 2, 2015, the City Manager adopted implementing regulations.
By Donald C. Dowling
As American-headquartered multinationals align an ever-increasing list of human resources policies and "offerings" internationally, cross-border efforts at promoting workplace fairness have become increasingly vital, but also increasingly complex.
By Michelle White, Patrick O'Brien, Jorge Lopez
On August 2, 2017, President Trump unveiled the revised RAISE (Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment) Act, previously introduced by Senators Tom Cotton (R-AR) and David Perdue (R-GA) in February 2017.
By George Vassos
In Merrifield v. The Attorney General of Canada et al., the Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently reconfirmed the existence of the standalone tort of harassment.
By David Goldstein
The required elements of an application for certification are set forth in section 363A.44 of the Minnesota statutes.
By Kerry Middleton, Joseph Weiner
The Minnesota Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion on August 9, 2017 in Friedlander v. Edwards Lifesciences, LLC, finding that the 2013 amendments to the Minnesota Whistleblower Act...
By Stephen Fuchs, Jill Lowell
Employees may use paid family leave to bond with a new child, to care for a family member with a serious health condition, or to assist with family obligations when a family member is called...
By Stephen Smith, Adama K. Wiltshire
In February 2017, the union submitted a sample referendum petition to the Secretary of State, seeking to refer SB 19 to Missouri voters for approval or rejection.
By Michael Lotito
On August 4, 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit refused to enforce a holding by the National Labor Relations Board that the Cable News Network was a joint employer.
By Nina Markey, Marc Esterow
In Punt v. Kelly Services,1 the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously held that a temporary employee's request for an undetermined leave of absence was not a reasonable request for accommodation...
By Donald C. Dowling
The question of whether a multinational must translate employee communications overseas traditionally was not asked very often.
By Stephen Fuchs
New York City's Fair Chance Act, which took effect October 27, 2015, imposes affirmative obligations on covered employers and employment agencies regarding when they may conduct criminal background checks on job applicants...
By Shirley Lerner
You look around the office in August, and suddenly, without warning, everyone is gone.
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