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By Rachel Bernasconi, Paul Cutrone, Ameena Majid, Peter Talibart
They simply do not have a voice and not are not given basic respect or dignity.
By Daniel Klein, Ariel Cudkowicz, Molly Clayton Mooney, Christina Duszlak
The Legislature will need to advance a bill to effectuate these amendments to the statute. At this point, we know that the bill will provide for a 3-month delay
By Kristina Launey, Samuel Sverdlov
A SDNY judge dismissed a website accessibility lawsuit finding that the company mooted the allegations in the complaint by remediating the accessibility barriers and that the Court lacked personal jurisdiction ...
By Daniel Klein, Ariel Cudkowicz, Molly Clayton Mooney, Christina Duszlak
The DFML announced that it will be revising and posting on its website updated template notices in the coming days.
By Jennifer Mora
The medical cannabis laws in the United States vary greatly.
By Adam Young, David S. Baffa, Michael DeMarino, Jennifer Mora
Across the country, states are moving to legalize medical and recreational cannabis.
By Gerald Maatman Jr., Matthew Gagnon
Plaintiff also submitted declarations from three other over-50 employees at the Chattanooga plant.
By Rachel Bernasconi, Paul Cutrone, Ameena Majid, Peter Talibart
This is the third in a series of blogs by our Global Modern Slavery Team dealing with how companies can get ahead of the curve of the changing legal landscape
By Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Seyfarth Synopsis: New Decision from Illinois Court of Appeals holds that employer can be liable for workplace violence under Illinois Gender Violence Act.
By Karen Bitar, Lisa Savadjian
Seyfarth Synopsis: The State of New Jersey passed legislation which significantly extends the statute of limitations for sexual abuse claims and creates a two-year filing window for sexual abuse
By Alexander Passantino, Kevin Young
In this edition of Regulatory Spring, we turn to the DOL's third and final proposed rulemaking of early 2019: a new standard for joint employment under the FLSA.
By Gregory Markel, Alison K. Eggers, Dallin Wilson
Consumer advocates had hoped the SEC would eliminate the distinction between the duties owed by RIAs and broker-dealers by establishing an across-the-board fiduciary standard covering both.
By Daniel Klein, Ariel Cudkowicz, Molly Clayton Mooney, Christina Duszlak
The final regulations will go into effect on July 1, 2019.
By Christina Cerasale, Linda Haynes, Kelly Rourke, Sam Schwartz-Fenwick
In an unpublished decision dated May 16, 2019, the Ninth Circuit held that a plan administrator abused its discretion by denying surviving spouse benefits under an ERISA retirement benefit plan
By Susan Ryan
Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what's happening in the world of legalized marijuana.
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