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By James J. Plunkett
Deal or No Deal? Bipartisan ACA Agreement Faces Challenges. A bipartisan agreement forged by senators Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Patty Murray (D-WA) that would temporarily restore....
By Matthew Kelley
As a traditional labor lawyer, I spend a great deal of time traveling the country to assist clients, and I spend a lot of that time in airports and on airplanes reading.
By James Silvers
The proposed law applies to employers with five or more employees.
By Timothy Stanton, Malaika K. Caldwell
By removing the religious element, the agencies have broadened the potential pool of employers that could be exempt from the ACA's rules.
By Michael Nader
On October 15, 2017, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 396, a new law that requires employers in California with 50 or more employees to provide training on policies that prohibit harassment ...
By Aaron Warshaw, Shabri Sharma
As we previously reported in April of 2017 and May of 2017, New York City employers may want to prepare for the New York City salary history law, which will go into effect on October 31, 2017.
By Maria Greco Danaher
Stephanie Hicks was an investigator on the narcotics task force of the Tuscaloosa Police Department.
By Edmund McKenna
Florida voters approved a constitutional amendment that created Florida's minimum wage in November of 2004.
By Enrique Del Cueto-Perez, Ryan Correia
With the havoc wrought by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, employers are exploring options to provide emergency relief to those employees who have encountered financial hardship to meet their necessities ...
By Michael Wilson, Jr.
General contractors' top priorities on a construction project are completing the work on time, completing the work within budget, and guarding against future construction defect claims.
By Charles Thompson
On October 15, 2017, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill (SB) 396 into law. California employers with 50 or more employees currently must provide two hours of sexual harassment training...
By Julie Z. Devine
The court found that the plaintiff, Dr. Sajida Ahad, met the modest factual showing required for conditional certification under the EPA (which is part of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
By Kelly S. Hughes
It's that time of year again—many employers, especially retailers and hospitality employers, are hiring seasonal workers for the holiday shopping season.
By Bonnie Puckett, Jean Kim
In the final chapter of our four-part video series, Bonnie Puckett, of counsel in our International Practice Group, and Jean Kim, an associate in our International Practice Group, discuss...
By Adam T. Pankratz, Sonja D. Fritts
The new Washington state Healthy Starts Act requires employers with 15 or more employees to provide accommodations to pregnant employees above and beyond those accommodations...
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