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By Elisaveta Dolghih
Employment laws were not the focus of the 85th legislative session of the Texas Legislature; however, there were a few notable new laws – which will impact employers – that were passed during this session.
By Matthew Garrett-Pate, Hilliary Powell, William Sung
In 2017, the California Legislature enacted numerous employment-related laws. California employers should take note of these new laws to ensure that their policies and procedures are in compliance.
By Christopher E. Ballod
This seven-part series analyzes the ways in which the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), effective May 25, 2018, will impact the regulatory landscape for entities...
By Esther Holm, I. Justine Kilpatrick
The amount of data that we electronically communicate on a daily basis increases every day.
By Christopher H. Wood
A recent Third Circuit federal appeals court decision, if it stands, likely means plaintiffs will avoid that circuit in the future when filing antitrust price-fixing actions based on parallel price increase announcements or other "circumstantial evidence" of collusion in an oligopolistic market.
By Nicholas Haynes, Meryl Mills
Fall is typically filled with hoary traditions for Human Resources, like open enrollment, holiday party behavior warnings, and the usual scramble to finish the year's strategic agenda.
By Alan Rupe, Marsha Harris, Meryl Mills
For any employer, one of the best tools to prevent needless litigation is an employee handbook.
By Elizabeth Dill, Jay Kramer
This seven-part series analyzes the ways in which the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which goes into effect May 25, 2018, will impact the regulatory landscape for entities...
By Jay Kramer, Sean Hoar
In today's global marketplace, organizations must comply with an increasingly complicated set of international laws and regulations.
By John J. Heber, Steven Novak
Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (409A), was enacted into law in 2004 to impose statutory requirements on "nonqualified deferred compensation plans."
By Bryan Thompson, Sean Hoar
With 2017 nearing its end, the legislative activity in most state capitals has wound down and the majority of legislatures have ended their 2017 sessions. In Part I and Part II of our series...
By Bryan Thompson, Elizabeth Dill, Sean Hoar
As we noted in Part I of our series, state legislatures across the country continued to refine and reshape their respective data breach notification requirements during the 2017 legislative session.
By Ashley Arnett
Last week, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a bill that significantly expands the Labor Commissioner's authority to investigate and enforce retaliation claims.
By Elisaveta Dolghih
Employers can hire two types of workers – employees and independent contractors – and there are serious consequences to misclassifying workers as independent contractors when they are actually employees.
By Michael Velladao, Nicole Kardassakis
In Energy Insurance Mutual Limited v. ACE American Insurance Company, 14 Cal.App.5th 281 (August 10, 2017), the California First District Court of Appeal affirmed the trial court's entry...
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