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By Edward Yennock, Lauri F. Rasnick
In May, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis that employers may lawfully require employees to sign arbitration agreements that include a waiver of the right to participate in an employee class action lawsuit or arbitration.
By Brian W. Steinbach
In our July 9, 2018 post we reported that a seven-member majority of the D.C. Council had introduced a bill, Bill 22-0913 to repeal Initiative 77, an initiative that District of Columbia voters approved on June 27, 2018...
By Nathaniel M. Glasser, Cassandra Labbees
Employers and health plans should be aware that two recent federal decisions have recognized that the non-discrimination provision in the Affordable Care Act prohibits discrimination...
By Nancy Gunzenhauser Popper, Frances L. Kenajian
On January 1, 2019, the length of paid leave and amount of weekly benefits under the New York Paid Family Leave Act ("NY PFL") are scheduled to increase, the first of three yearly increases.
By Joshua A. Stein
As those of you who have followed my thoughts on the state of the website accessibility legal landscape over the years are well aware, businesses in all industries...
By Robert H. Pepple
The question whether an individual may be held liable for alleged wage-hour violations is one that occasionally arises in class action litigation – and, for obvious reasons, it is one that is particularly important ...
By Epstein Becker & Green
This week's top story on Employment Law This Week: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration ("OSHA") plans to roll back a controversial reporting rule initiated at the end of the Obama administration.
By Daniel Green
States across the country have been using enforcement actions, legislation, and interpretive guidance to limit employers' ability to enforce restrictive covenants ...
By Sharon L. Lippett
This post summarizes the four actions identified in the EO that the Federal Government may take to promote retirement security.
By Carly Baratt
On September 19, 2018, the New York Attorney General ("NYAG") released a Frequently Asked Questions document ("FAQ") regarding non-compete agreements in New York.
By Joshua A. Stein
After nearly ten years, on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, the World Wide Web Consortium (the "W3C") ...
By Epstein Becker & Green
Our colleagues Jeffrey M. Landes, Susan Gross Sholinsky, and Nancy Gunzenhauser Popper at Epstein Becker Green ...
By Epstein Becker & Green
Featured on Employment Law This Week: NJ Senate Advances Ban on Sex Harassment Confidentiality Agreements.
By James Flynn
On August 10, 2018, the Governor of Massachusetts signed "An Act relative to the judicial enforcement of noncompetition agreements."
By Daniel Green
In E.J. Brooks Company v. Cambridge Security Seals, the Court of Appeals of New York narrowed the scope of permissible damage claims plaintiffs can assert in trade secret actions under New York law.