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By Gerald Maatman Jr., Alex Karasik
After a federal district court dismissed the EEOC's unlawful-interference claim against a private college that had sued a former employee for allegedly breaching...
By Kristina Launey, Melissa Aristizabal
Governor Jerry Brown has till October 15 to approve bills the Legislature sent to his desk by its Friday, September 15, deadline, including bills that would require employers...
By Kelsey Montgomery, Dawn Reddy Solowey
Telling African-American employees "that if they had ‘n—– rigged' the fence, they would be fired" may be enough, standing alone, to state a hostile work environment claim.
By Brian Potter, Gabriel Mozes, Jason Burritt
USCIS temporarily suspended premium processing of all H-1B petitions on April 1, 2017 with the stated goal of addressing significant backlogs in case processing.
By Timothy M. Hoppe
Seyfarth Synopsis: With the NBA season opener just over a month away, at least one team could be getting an unexpected influx of free agents.
By Gena Usenheimer, Kaitlyn F. Whiteside
On September 13, 2017, the Second Judicial Department (Dutchess, Kings, Nassau, Orange, Putnam, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, and Westchester) issued two decisions in line with Tokhtaman
By Seyfarth Shaw LLP
In light of the technological advancements of the past decade, the Illinois legislature enacted this law to protect the "biometric data" of individuals, including their fingerprints, retinal scans, and facial recognition.
By Christopher Lowe, Robert Szyba, Kaitlyn F. Whiteside
In Sauter v. Colts Neck Volunteer Fire Company No. 2, a published opinion issued on September 13, 2017, a three-judge panel of the Appellate Division of New Jersey held that a plaintiff's CEPA retaliation claim...
By Cameron Smith, Christine Hendrickson, Annette Tyman, Lisa Savadjian
On September 12, 2017, the New York City Commission on Human Rights released two eagerly-awaited Fact Sheets to aid in the interpretation of the NYC salary history ban, which goes into effect...
By Christopher Lowe, Robert Szyba, Kaitlyn F. Whiteside
New Jersey's Appellate Division upheld summary judgment dismissing a claim of whistleblower retaliation under the Conscientious Employee Protection Act ("CEPA"), finding that plaintiff...
By Lynn Kappelman, Dawn Reddy Solowey
No company wants to confront a large punitive damages verdict in an employment case.
By Cameron Smith, Christine Hendrickson, Annette Tyman, Lisa Savadjian
On May 4, 2017, New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio signed into law the legislation that bans New York City employers from inquiring about or seeking the salary history of job candidates.
By Ari Hersher, Elizabeth MacGregor
The legal support for the federal enclave doctrine comes from the United States Constitution. Congress has the power to exercise exclusive legislation over "all Places purchased by the Consent of the Legislature...
By Kristina Launey, Christine Hendrickson
On September 11, AB 1209, the Gender Pay Gap Transparency Act, which would require larger employers in California to publish differences in pay between male and female employees and Board members...
By Abigail Cahak, Noah Finkel
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an important and restaurant-friendly decision rejecting the Department of Labor's interpretation of FLSA regulations on the use of the tip credit when paying regularly tipped employees.
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