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By Marilyn Moran
After watching The Irishman on Netflix, I'm left with two overriding thoughts: One, my God, that's a long movie (like, thank God it's on Netflix
By Rachel Ullrich
A Bexar County judge just allowed San Antonio employers to enjoy their Thanksgiving holiday a little bit more. Bexar County District Court Judge Peter Sakai ...
By Kristin Starnes Gray
A New Zealand advertising agency employee recently made headlines after bringing an emotional support clown to his termination meeting.
By Salvador Simao, David S. Kim
Soon after being elected, New Jersey's Governor created a task force to end misclassification of independent contractors.
By Jack Schaedel, Chandler Armistead
As the cannabis industry has rapidly progressed over the years, states such as New York, New Jersey and Illinois have begun to implement legislation that encourages employers to engage in labor peace agreements with unions.
By Salvador Simao
Executive Summary: Recently, New Jersey took several steps to severely restrict the use of independent contractors or gig workers in the Garden state.
By Matthew Gilley
What on earth are these players thinking? We now have our third noteworthy example from the last few years of a player live-streaming
By Frederick Warren, Ann Parks Minor
On November 5, 2019, a federal district court in Ohio issued a decision clarifying the law governing whether owners of 73 Papa John's franchised locations violated the Fair Labor Standards Act
By Destiny S. Washington
In Spring of this year, I read an article about a "cool" and "savvy" 43-year-old high school teacher in Massachusetts who developed a "Gen Z Dictionary" that attempts to define the colloquial terms...
By Salvador Simao
Background: The US Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division (DOL) is attempting to provide clarity and predictability to one of the most confusing areas of wage and hour law – the fluctuating ...
By Salvador Simao
Executive Summary: The New Jersey Legislature appears poised to pass S67, the Portable Benefits Act for Independent Contractors, in the upcoming lame-duck session.
By David S. Kim
With the NBA season set to begin this month, so many eagerly anticipated storylines are being discussed. Would the Clippers and Lakers live up to expectations and make Los Angeles the place
By Louis Britt III, Mollie K. Wildmann
On Tuesday, October 22, 2019, a Tennessee federal judge rejected a lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
By Marilyn Moran
Former Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman is currently serving a 14-day sentence in federal prison for her involvement in a college admissions cheating scandal.
By Shane Muñoz
Effective January 1, 2020, Florida's minimum wage rate will increase from $8.46 per hour to $8.56 per hour. The increase is calculated by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity
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