By Peter Talibart
, Deirdre Murphy
The following alert is directed to organizations with a presence in the UK or who anticipate the need to place talent at a UK work site.
By Esteban Shardonofsky
, John Phillips
The lower court will now consider conduct many years outside of the 300-day limitations period under Title VII.
By Minh Vu
Fewer online videos from UC Berkeley will available to the public as a result of a DOJ demand that the videos have closed captioning.
By Lawrence Lorber
, Annette Tyman
, Jaclyn Hamlin
, Brent Clark
By a vote of 49-48 on March 6, 2017, by the U.S. Senate, both Houses of Congress have now moved to rescind the regulations issued pursuant to President Obama's Executive Order 13678...
By Gerald Maatman Jr.
In the 6th and final installment in our series of blog postings on workplace class action trends, we examine what employers are likely to see in 2017 on the government enforcement litigation front.
By Gena Usenheimer
, Meredith-Anne Berger
Seyfarth Synopsis: The Workers' Compensation Board issued proposed regulations for New York's Paid Family Leave Law ("PFL").
By Benjamin Conley
, Diane Dygert
, Shad Fagerland
, Joy Sellstrom
This is the one hundred and sixth issue in our series of alerts for employers on selected topics on health care reform.
By Hillary Massey
It remains to be seen whether the Trump administration will redirect its enforcement priorities away from independent contractor misclassification issues or curtail the applicable standards in the coming years.
By Robert Szyba
, Lisa Savadjian
, Christopher Lowe
New Jersey's Appellate Division determined that an award of unemployment compensation benefits will not offset an award of back pay in cases brought under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination.
By Meredith-Anne Berger
Last week, the Securities and Exchange Commission released an Order Determining Whistleblower Award Claim holding that the whistleblower's award should be reduced to 20% of the monetary sanctions...
By Ryan McCoy
In response to recent comments from senior members of the Trump Administration, lawmakers are exploring novel ways to protect the burgeoning marijuana industry (and the many jobs that it is projected to create) in states where it is legal.
By Brian Stolzenbach
In a 2-1 decision, the NLRB recently held that — at least in some circumstances — medical benefits may be "accrued" simply by virtue of being employed. If so, then an employer may not stop those benefits during strike.
By Timothy M. Hoppe
Seyfarth Synopsis: On March 13, 2017, San Jose's new "Opportunity to Work Ordinance" takes effect, requiring covered employers to offer additional hours to part-time employees before hiring new or temporary employees.
By Sam Schwartz-Fenwick
, Lucas Deloach
To the surprise of many, the EEOC is not retreating from the argument first made by the Obama administration that Title VII forbids employment discrimination based on gender identity.
By Sam Schwartz-Fenwick
, Thomas Horan
Adding to the body of conflicting authority on the scope of the attorney-client privilege in ERISA lawsuits...