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By Seth J. Fortin
We all remember the video from a few years ago in which (benevolent) hackers remotely seized control of an SUV, initially playing with the climate control, stereo, and screen but then interfering...
By Andrew R. Cockroft
In May 2018, the Illinois General Assembly considered and also passed a series of measures aimed at changing existing employment discrimination law.
By Mark Lies II, Adam Young, Craig Simonsen
A recent Eastern District of Wisconsin case held that an OSHA 11(c) retaliation claim will survive summary judgment where the employer failed to comply with its own investigation procedures.
By Christopher J. Truxler, Coby Turner
Information is everywhere, especially in the workplace. But traditional means of securing and sharing data—which typically involve accessing password protected information from various sources—is inefficient, cumbersome, and risky.
By James Curtis, Patrick Joyce, Craig Simonsen
OSHA has just released a Memorandum on the Enforcement Launch for the Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard in General Industry and Maritime rules.
By Randel Johnson, Walter Mullon
Seyfarth Shaw's new, leading Government Relations and Policy Group, which has already won the attention of national media outlets, is excited to offer regular updates to clients regarding the actions of Congress...
By Michael Fleischer, Jean Wilson, Barry Miller
The employers investigated ranged from a restaurant chain to a skin care company to a book store.
By Jennifer Mora
On June 14, 2018, the Vermont Attorney General released its "Guide to Vermont's Laws on Marijuana in the Workplace," which can be found here.
By Glenn Smith, Samuel Sverdlov
Given the Ninth Circuit's recent holding that successor withdrawal liability is governed by a constructive notice standard, private equity companies ...
By Susan Ryan
Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what's happening in the world of legalized marijuana.
By Sara Fowler, Lynn Kappelman
Oregon's new employee scheduling law – impacting hourly employees at large retail, food service, and hospitality employers – will go into effect on July 1, 2018.
By Sara Fowler, Lynn Kappelman
Oregon's new employee scheduling law – impacting hourly employees at large retail, food service, and hospitality employers – will go into effect on July 1, 2018.
By Esther Slater McDonald, Jonah Hecht
In China Agritech, Inc. v. Resh, the Supreme Court recently held that pending class actions do not toll the limitations period for successive class actions.
By Mark Katzoff
In our June 12 blog post, we reported on a potential acquisition in the cannabis industry...
By Brian Wadsworth
The EEOC recently joined the fray by filing an amicus curiae brief, which argues that it was reasonable for O'Daniel to believe that opposition to sexual orientation discrimination constituted protected activity.
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