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By Bryan Cave
As businesses continue to face lawsuits and demand letters alleging that their websites are inaccessible to blind and deaf patrons in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"),
By Sarah Delon-Bouquet
In a judgment dated 28 November 2018, the French Supreme Court (Cour de Cassation) ruled for the first time on the characterization of the agreement between a delivery driver and a digital platform.
By Christy E. Phanthavong, Patrick DePoy
Over the past half century, employers have made great strides in protecting employees and applicants from conscious bias on the basis of race, gender, age and other protected characteristics.
By Christy E. Phanthavong
Employers may not manipulate the size of a worksite or the number of work hours available to an employee in order to avoid employee eligibility for FMLA leave.
By Christy E. Phanthavong
Remember to identify directly on or in the handbook the new/current effective date.
By Pamela Carroll Calvet
On Sunday September 30, 2018, while many of us were busy setting our Fantasy Football lineups, outgoing Governor Jerry Brown signed a number of work-related bills arising in response to the #MeToo...
By Travis R. Kearbey, Jackie Thomas, Maury J. Greenberg
Scrutiny of the gender pay gap in the U.S. and abroad has intensified in recent years and shows no sign of diminishing in the short term.
By L. Anthony George
On June 27, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court overruled a 41-year-old legal precedent to hold that states may not compel public employees to contribute any money to the labor union that represents them...
By Sarah Delon-Bouquet, Adam Turner, Emmanuelle Mercier
Welcome to the third post in our ‘GDPR HR Issues' blog series. Drawing on key insights from across Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner's global Employment & Labor team, the series highlights key GDPR issues...
By Bryan E. Keyt
California is currently experiencing record-breaking heat waves and an increased number of active wildfire incidents. California OSHA (CAL OSHA) has determined that this poses a serious threat to the...
By Marilyn M. Fish, Alison Elena Loy
As of July 1, 2018, Georgia is now one of 16 states that have banned the use of a hand-held cell phone while driving. Under the new Hands-Free Georgia Act (House Bill 673), drivers in Georgia may not:...
By Christy E. Phanthavong, Kathryn P. Scott
The U.S. Department of Labor ("DOL") recently released two new opinion letters relating to the Family and Medical Leave Act ("FMLA"), which provides eligible employees the right to unpaid, job-protected...
By Christy E. Phanthavong
When an employee goes out on continuous (not intermittent) leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (or analogous state law), the employer must decide whether to turn off the employee's email access during the leave.
By Marilyn M. Fish, Alison Elena Loy
The OFCCP's recent Directive, issued on August 24, 2018, signals a move towards greater transparency in the compensation review process for contractors.
By Sarah R. Holdmeyer, L. Anthony George
In 2016, Utah imposed numerous requirements and restrictions on non-compete agreements.