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By Mark Batten, Samantha Regenbogen, Thomas B. Fiascone
Paid Family and Medical Leave is on its way to Massachusetts.
By William C. Silverman
Chief Judge Janet DiFiore's call during her recent state of the judiciary address to "modernize" New York's court system by reforming its complicated structure, has energized a growing
By Mark Theodore
Information requests in the realm of labor relations are simple in theory but can be complicated in practice.
By Amanda Nussbaum, Richard M Corn, Christine N. Sherman
On March 15, 2019, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit held in Gaylor v. Mnuchin that the tax exemption for "ministers of the gospel" (defined below) under Section 107(2)
By Guy Brenner
Quick Hit: In a court filing, the EEOC announced that "that it is able to undertake and close the collection of 2018 EEO-1 Component 2 [pay] data by September 30, 2019."
By Erika Collins, Daniel Ornstein, Tony S. Martinez
On January 30, 2018, Shawn Wang ("Plaintiff"), filed suit against GM (China) Investment Co., Ltd. ("GMCIC") and General Motors (collectively, "Defendants") alleging,
By Michael Mavrides, Robert Leonard, Christopher Wells, Frank Zarb
The trading activities of hedge funds raise a number of complex issues under the federal securities laws.
By Evandro Gigante, Arielle Kobetz
As we previously reported, New York City has enacted the Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act, which is a package of bills aimed at addressing and preventing sexual harassment in the workplace.
By Lawrence Weinstein, Daniel Werb, Marc Palmer
The Third Circuit recently held that procedural violations of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act ("FACTA"), absent any showing of concrete harm.
By Paul Hamburger, Katrina McCann
In this episode of the Proskauer Benefits Brief, partner Paul Hamburger, and associate Katrina McCann discuss the suspension of benefits rules ...
By Anthony Oncidi, Cole Lewis
Just another day in paradise in Los Angeles… Unless you happen to be an employer. Continuing the recent spate of multi-million dollar verdicts, an LA jury awarded a former police officer $7 million on her sex discrimination claim.
By Blake Cushing
Thus, the Court found a sufficient enough nexus between Domino's website and app and its offered goods and services to determine that the ADA did indeed apply.
By Stacey Cerrone, Russell Hirschhorn, Myron Rumeld, Howard Shapiro
We often talk about the importance of evaluating whether there are any procedural obstacles to plaintiffs pursuing their ERISA claims, particularly in complex,
By Lloyd Chinn, Pinchos Goldberg
On March 26, 2019, the SEC's Office of the Whistleblower announced two multi-million dollar awards to whistleblowers who provided the SEC ...
By Tiffany Quach, Alexa Meera Singh
On January 30, 2019, the Office of the New York Attorney General ("NY AG") and the Office of the Florida Attorney General ("Florida AG") announced settlements with Devumi LLC and its offshoot
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