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By Adam Collyer
The New York employment lawyers of Lewis Brisbois are available to assist with respect to compliance with this new law and the myriad of other employment laws and regulations facing employers.
By Kerri R. Lutfey
On May 8, 2017, the California Supreme Court clarified several major points of ambiguity regarding the interpretation of the state's obscure "day of rest" statutes.
By Dakota Chenevert
Plaintiff James Fletcher was diagnosed with mesothelioma in 2015. As result, he brought suit against a number of entities alleging asbestos exposure.
By John Barber Esq, William Sung
Within weeks of each other, two California juries awarded eight-figure verdicts to individual plaintiffs in employment cases.
By Arezoo Jamshidi
The California Supreme Court recently issued an opinion analyzing whether a defendant is entitled to attorney fees under Civil Code section 1717 by obtaining a dismissal of a contract action under the agreement's forum selection clause.
By Brittany Bartold
The California Supreme Court recently issued an opinion in McGill v. CitiBank, analyzing whether an arbitration provision is valid and enforceable insofar as it purports to waive the right to seek public injunctive relief in any forum.
By Alan Rupe, Louis Huber, Angela Probasco
In a boon for employers, on May 8, 2017, the Missouri House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 43, which dramatically alters Missouri's state employment anti-discrimination statutes.
By Adam Collyer
New York City has now joined the city of Philadelphia, the state of Massachusetts, and the commonwealth of Puerto Rico in prohibiting private sector employers from inquiring into the salary history...
By John Vernon, Robin Alexander, Steven Novak, John Vernon
In yet another reversal, President Trump has announced that, at least at this very moment, he now will not pull out of the North American Free Trade Agreement and will attempt to renegotiate...
By Meryl Mills
On April 13, 2017, Governor Hickenlooper signed the Colorado Wage Theft Transparency Act (House Bill 17-1021). The law is effective immediately and makes violations of a wage law...
By Brandon Meyer, William Taylor, Paul Chen
The extension confirms that the minimum investment amount in Targeted Employment Areas (TEA) will continue to be $500,000 and that there are no changes to the rules governing TEA designation.
By Monica Bathija
On Tuesday, United States District Court Judge William H. Orrick struck down President Trump's executive order to penalize "sanctuary cities."
By Monica Bathija
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued an alert this week warning employers of a technical glitch in its online system.
By Jonna Lothyan
The Third District Court of Appeal (Sacramento) recently certified for publication an opinion analyzing whether the continued representation tolling of the statute of limitations for legal malpractice...
By China Westfall, William Sung
The California Supreme Court tackled the validity of clauses in pre-dispute arbitration agreements which purport to waive an individual's right to seek public injunctive relief in any forum such as in court.
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