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By Allison L. Goico, Travers B. Manley
The case arose out of Damiana Ochoa's Title VII suit against her former employer, McLane, who she said discriminated against her on the basis of her gender.
By Daniel S. Zinsmaster, Thomas Hess
On March 30, 2017, Ohio Governor John Kasich and the executive directors of Ohio's health care licensing agencies announced new opiate prescribing standards for acute pain.
By Elizabeth Simmons Callan
In light of the recent news of tragic shootings and workplace violence around the country, employers are left wondering how they can protect their operations and employees from such events.
By David Thomas
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued new Mortgage Servicing Rules that will take effect on January 10, 2014.
By Max Corley
Mine operators have long been frustrated by being held strictly liable for MSHA civil penalty assessments where an employee's misconduct or negligence was the direct cause of the violation of MSHA regulations.
By Robert Stonestreet
For the third time in the past 10 months, a federal court has declared that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has violated the law through its efforts to impose additional restrictions on coal operations in the Appalachian States.
By Robert Rives, IV
The risk of employer liability for being tricked into taking an adverse employment action against an employee by a supervisor with discriminatory motives, i.e. cat’s paw liability, is real.
By Mark Carter
In one of its most controversial decisions to date, the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") has overturned 20 years of precedent and will now permit unions to organize a minority share of an employer’s workforce.
By Drew Millar
Among the millions of Americans who are out of work are a significant number of returning servicemen and women.
By Jacklyn Olinger, Frederick Caspar
Several key business tax breaks are set to expire at year end unless Congress acts. Businesses should be aware of these expiring tax provisions and should consult with their tax advisors to determine whether they should take action necessary to take advantage of these tax breaks and/or to plan for the effects of the expiration of others of which they have taken advantage in the past.
By Maxwell Multer
Regulators have addressed market manipulation with Rule 10b-5 since its promulgation under the Securities Exchange Act in 1942.
By Anthony Jagoditz, George Wilkinson
Employers can now add GINA to the long list of acronyms, which started with OSHA back in the 1970s and now includes ADA, FMLA, HIPAA, and a host of rules and regulations whose acronyms have either been forgotten or have never been used.
By Mark Carter
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has finalized its administrative rule requiring all employers within its jurisdiction to post notices informing employees of their rights to join a union free of threats and intimidation by the employer.
By Jason Long, Denise Spatafore
Over the years, the Autism Mentor classification seems to have caused some personnel headaches for administration.
By Katrina Ashley
Though will contest actions are rarely successful, they can be financially burdensome to the estate and non-contesting beneficiaries, and emotionally taxing for a decedent’s family.
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