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By Elizabeth McKenna, Nancy Delogu
In 2012, Congress passed and President Obama signed the "Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act," a transportation reauthorization bill referred to as "MAP-21."
By Tammy McCutchen
The U.S. Department of Labor's Final Rule changing the "white collar" overtime requirements takes effect January 1, 2020.
By Lavanga Wijekoon, Michael Congiu, Stefan Marculewicz
Since it was established in 2014, a United Nations Inter-Governmental Working Group ("IGWG") has met annually to develop a multilateral treaty to attempt to hold businesses legally accountable.
By Elizabeth Lalik, Alex Berg
Government contractors received a treat for Halloween, as President Trump issued an Executive Order on October 31, 2019 designed to ease the burden on successor contractors
By Daniella Adler, Eric Witkin, Bruce Millman
Since October 24, 2019, blind and vision-impaired individuals have filed more than ninety lawsuits claiming that the public accommodations provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act
By Elizabeth Pérez-Lleras, Ana Rivera-Beltrán
On October 8, 2019, the Governor of Puerto Rico signed into law Act No. 150 of October 8, 2019 ("Act 150" or "the Act"), which prohibits employers from, among other actions
By Zack Duffly
Women with children are the fastest-growing segment of the workforce. Six in every ten new mothers are working.
By Rod Fliegel, Molly Shah
Employers should continue to exercise caution and care in drafting their criminal record screening policies. A recent settlement by Dollar General underscores this point
By Charlotte Lamont, Stephanie Mills-Gallan, Sebastian Chilco
On October 15, 2019, the Bernalillo County, New Mexico Commissioners voted to amend their mandatory paid time off (PTO) ordinance, enacted only two months earlier.
By James A. Paretti, Jr., Michael Lotito, Bruce Sarchet
In the wake of California's enactment of Assembly Bill (AB) 5—legislation that threatens to reclassify 2 million California independent contractors as "employees" under California labor and employment laws—legal questions about the law's application
By Sherril Colombo, Sean McCrory
In the spring of 2019, the Social Security Administration (SSA) renewed its practice of sending employment eligibility correction request notices (known as "no-match letters") to employers.
By William Weissman, Bruce Sarchet
Businesses with operations in California have begun to identify options and implement strategies for compliance with Assembly Bill (AB) 5.
By Jill M. Lowell, Sanjay V. Nair, Sebastian Chilco
The Westchester County Human Rights Commission, the agency responsible for conducting public outreach for the Westchester County Safe Time Leave Law
By Frederick Miner
On October 10, 2019, the National Labor Relations Board issued an important decision in LA Specialty Produce Co., 368 NLRB No. 93 (2019).
By Emily Haigh, David Wirtz
Often—and without much thinking—when an employer faces a claim of sexual harassment, the knee-jerk response is to discipline or terminate the man accused.
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