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By Erik Weibust, Anne Dunne
In a meaty decision involving the intersection of restrictive covenant and franchise law, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio recently denied a request ...
By Robert A. Fisher, Jeffrey Berman, Mary Klimesh
On December 1, 2017, the newly-confirmed General Counsel of the National Relations Board, Peter Robb, issued a memorandum to the NLRB regional offices listing legal issues ...
By Christopher Kelleher, Danielle A. Vera
On Friday, December 1, 2017, newly appointed NLRB General Counsel Peter Robb issued a memo containing a broad overview of his initial agenda as General Counsel.
By Vincent Smolczynski
Starting December 31, 2017, all online service providers (which includes website owners) who want to take advantage of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Safe Harbor ...
By Robert Whitman
Seyfarth Synopsis: The New York Court of Appeals holds that the state's class action rules require notice of settlements to be sent to putative class members – even though no class has been certified.
By Geoffrey Westbrook
The ordinary headaches of responding to unemployment claims with the EDD do not have to bog down employers in 2018.
By Ronald Kramer
On Friday, December 1, 2017, newly appointed NLRB General Counsel Peter Robb issued a memo containing a broad overview of his initial agenda as General Counsel.
By Christopher Cascino, Gerald Maatman Jr.
In Ellis v. Google, Inc., No. CGC-17-561299 (Cal Sup. Ct. Dec. 4, 2017), Judge Mary Wiss of the Superior Court of California granted a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit brought
By James Curtis, Craig Simonsen
The Senate Nominations Committee has scheduled a vote on the Trump nomination, Scott A. Mugno, for the Assistant Secretary of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health.
By Robert Terzoli
The ability to facilitate the regeneration of parts of the human body is "no longer the stuff of science fiction" according to FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb.
By Esther Slater McDonald, Seth J. Fortin, Wan Li, Rhea Yu, Craig Simonsen
The People's Republic of China is making progress in implementing its mandatory "social credit system." Multinational businesses in China should be watchful of this system, and ready for it when it rolls out – if it hasn't already.
By Coby Turner
In the first case of its kind under the California Fair Pay Act, a court dismissed a pay equity class claim against Google, holding that alleging wage discrimination for "all women" ...
By Gerald Maatman Jr., Alex Karasik
In an ADA action alleging that a maker of train components discriminated against a group of applicants by regarding them as disabled...
By Noah Finkel, Andrew Scroggins
Pending bi-partisan legislation aimed at preventing employers from enforcing arbitration agreements of sexual harassment claims might make employers unable to enforce arbitration agreements...
By Pamela Devata, Jennifer Mora
The Spokane City Council recently approved a "ban-the-box" ordinance, which, if it becomes law, will prohibit employers from requesting and considering criminal history until after an interview.
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