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By James J. Plunkett
Caught in a legislative black hole, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) cannot escape efforts to eradicate it—or at least large chunks of it.
By Karla Turner Anderson
As of this writing, more than 300 chief executive officers and/or senior executive officers of well-known companies with global footprints have signed the CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion pledge.
By Margaret Lopez
The House Financial Services Committee took a first step toward repeal of the mine safety disclosure requirements on November 15, 2017, with its approval of H.R. 4289.
By David Augustus Garcia
The phrase "me too" has powerful cultural and personal resonance—and it has legal significance.
By Margaret Lopez
By a vote of 52-46, on November 15, 2017, the United States Senate confirmed David G. Zatezalo to be the new Assistant Secretary for Mine Safety and Health.
By Leigh Ganchan
The distinct change in policy and the imminent exponential increase in employer audits have put I-9 compliance personnel on notice.
By Madi A. Bakker, James Murphy
Montgomery County, Maryland, has approved Bill 28-17, which increases the countywide minimum wage from $11.50 to $15.00.
By Leigh Nason, Hera Arsen
We understand that the Trump administration has chosen Craig E. Leen to serve as senior adviser to U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta.
By Todd Torres
On November 3, 2017, Maine Governor Paul LePage announced that he had vetoed a bill sent to his desk with tepid support that would have taxed and regulated the commercial sale of recreational marijuana.
By C. Thomas Davis, Eric C. Stuart
Ogletree Deakins' Traditional Labor Relations Practice Group is pleased to announce the publication of the fall 2017 issue of the Practical NLRB Advisor.
By Natalie L. McEwan, Sara Herbek
Effective November 9, 2017, new regulations took effect limiting U.S. travel and trade with Cuba.
By Jennifer Rusie
The websites of such online-only businesses have been subject to increasing attack.
By James J. Plunkett, Harold Coxson
Now You See It, Now You Don't—Revised House and Senate Tax Reform Proposals Differ in Treatment of Executive Compensation; Paid Leave Legislation Proposed; Joint-Employer Bill Advances...
By Steven Pockrass
When the Obama administration issued the regulations that are the subject of the DOL appeal, the process took more than two years.
By Michael Riccobono
On May 19, 2017, a bill to codify the statute of limitations for claims filed pursuant to the NJLAD and prohibit certain waiver provisions in employment contracts, advanced in the New Jersey Legislature.
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