By Patrick Bannon
, Christine Hendrickson
, Pamela Devata
, Meredith-Anne Berger
, Stacey Blecher
Businesses banded together to challenge, on First Amendment and Due Process grounds, the pay equity Ordinance which would ban inquiries into prospective employees' prior salaries.
By Benjamin Conley
, Diane Dygert
This is the one hundred and eighth issue in our series of alerts for employers on selected topics on health care reform.
By Gerald Maatman Jr.
, Michael DeMarino
Seyfarth Synopsis: After thirty-three former employees who signed release agreements requiring individual arbitration of ADEA claims collectively sued their employer for age discrimination...
By Eric Barton
It is well known that 18 U.S.C. § 1836, et seq. (the Defend Trade Secrets Act or "DTSA") finally provides a mechanism for pursing trade secret claims in federal court.
By Kristina Launey
Kristina Launey was interviewed on "Loosen Up – a conversation with Kristina Launey of Seyfarth," an April 18 podcast episode on LeftFoot about the importance of having fun with business development.
By Camille Olson
USA TODAY's article "Business groups try to quash federal equal pay project" highlighting the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's request to the Office of Management and Budget to repeal or delay the...
By Robert Milligan
, Daniel Salinas
A group of major grocers and retailers has recently petitioned the Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") to stay and reconsider its new menu labeling rules.
By John Mills, III
On March 30, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals filed an opinion regarding whether the filing of a mechanic's lien after the commencement of a bankruptcy case violates the automatic stay.
By Jamaica Szeliga
One goal of BioLoquitur is to provide commentary and analysis on important developments in U.S. law affecting the pharmaceutical and biologics industry.
By John Phillips
In two recent decisions, the Eleventh Circuit and a Texas district court have helped clarify that an employer's policy of hiring the most-qualified individual for a job does not violate the ADA.
By Jason Burritt
, Michelle Gergerian
, Dawn Lurie
Seyfarth Synopsis: If Congress fails to pass a funding bill by midnight on Friday, April 28, resulting in a federal government shutdown, it would trigger numerous immigration-related ripple effects...
By Brent Clark
, Adam Young
, Craig Simonsen
The CSB found deficiencies in the facility's design and labeling of the chemical loading stations, and failure to follow the company's written chemical unloading procedures.
By Joshua Seidman
, Tracy Billows
As the Cook County Earned Sick Leave Ordinance's July 1, 2017 effective date nears, the County has released draft regulations seeking to clarify and expand certain aspects of the Ordinance...
By Erin Dougherty Foley
, Patrick Joyce
, Craig Simonsen
In a recent Eleventh Circuit opinion, the Court found that the insurance carrier was responsible, under Georgia law, for the harm caused by an intoxicated employee's vehicle usage.
By Alison Loomis
, David Kadue
The California Court of Appeal has held that an employer's refusal to honor an employee's rescission of a voluntary resignation is not an adverse employment action under the Fair Employment and Housing Act.