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By Shireen A. Judeh
The Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has the authority to grant Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to eligible foreign-born individuals who are unable to return home...
By Daniel Thieme, Sebastian Chilco
As employers wait to see whether – and to what extent – the U.S. Department of Labor will revise the minimum amount they must pay to executive, administrative, and professionals for exemption...
By Stacey James, William Weissman
While parts of Northern California are still reeling from damaging wildfires there two months ago, multiple fires are currently threatening Santa Barbara/Ventura, Los Angeles and Northern San Diego Counties.
By Helene Wasserman
The end of the year brings many reasons to celebrate, and most employers intend to make merry by hosting a holiday party of some sort.
By Erika Berríos, Ana Rivera-Beltrán
On December 6, 2017, the Puerto Rico Secretary of the Department of Labor and Human Resources ("Secretary") published the proposed Regulation to Administer Act No. 379 of May 15, 1948 ...
By Hector Galeano
On December 4, 2017 the U.S. Supreme Court stayed the restraining orders against President Trump's travel ban.1 The stay means that the September 24, 2017 presidential proclamation restricting travel ...
By Donald C. Dowling
The 2017 tsunami of high-profile sex harassment allegations against politicians, entertainers and news reporters has employers rethinking their approach to eradicating workplace harassment.
By Kwabena Appenteng, Philip Gordon
While the emergence of biometric technology in the workplace is not a new phenomenon, employers being sued for utilizing this technology is a new trend.
By Kerry Notestine, Conor H. Kelly
A California Court of Appeals has held that temporary furloughs trigger notice obligations under the California Workers Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (CA-WARN).
By Ilyse Schuman, Michael Lotito
Buried in the massive Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1), the tax overhaul legislation the Senate approved on December 2, 2017, is a section providing a tax credit to employers that provide their employees ...
By Eli Freedberg, David Jordan
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has issued a proposed rule to rescind the Department's position that employers must comply with tip-pooling requirements even when paying the full minimum wage.
By Michelle White
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has lifted, in part, a district court's injunction that temporarily blocked enforcement of the Trump administration's latest travel ban.
By Michelle L. Gomez, Joshua Kirkpatrick
Montana is well-known in the employment world for deviating from the employment at-will doctrine. In Montana, employees are protected under the Wrongful Discharge from Employment Act (WDEA)
By Michael Lotito, Maury Baskin
The National Labor Relations Board's new General Counsel, Peter Robb, has wasted no time in taking steps to chart a new direction for the Board.
By George Vassos, Adrian Jakibchuk, Jandre Ljubicic
Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017, which significantly amends Ontario labour and employment law, has received Royal Assent and is now law.
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