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By Melissa (Osipoff) Camire, Justin Reiter
Following in the footsteps of New York City, which earlier this year prohibited employers from discriminating against applicants or employees based on their sexual and reproductive health decisions...
By Edwina Kye
For the first time ever, federal immigration authorities will be implementing an electronic registration system for H-1B petitions that is intended to simplify the annual process.
By Spring Taylor
Despite not being able to prove the alleged wrongdoings that led an Arkansas employer to terminate an employee, a federal appeals court just handed an employer a victory in a gender discrimination...
By Melissa (Osipoff) Camire
With another busy year for employment law legislation throughout New York State and New York City coming to a close
By Sarah Wieselthier
The New Jersey Supreme Court just agreed to review whether the "good faith" defense is available to employers that rely upon determinations made by employees of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
By Lonnie Giamela, LaLonnie Gray
As the New Year approaches, employers are continuing to examine how to properly identify, audit and address equal pay issues within their organizations.
By Fisher & Philips LLP
It's hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While the law always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, there have been an unprecedented number of changes
By James McDonald
Litigation over food-and-beverage service charges is increasing.
By Matthew Simpson
Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) litigation increased by 8.7% year-over-year, with 4,163 claims filed through October 2019.
By James McDonald
He encourages hospitality employers to review their service charge practices to avoid a lawsuit.
By Paul E. Goatley
The gig economy has created a seismic shift to the traditional workplace model. With new (and oftentimes inexperienced) workers performing dangerous ...
By Devin Rauchwerger
Los Angeles Attorney Discusses Transgender Workplace Protections and Policies.
By A. Kevin Troutman
The burgeoning gig economy helps companies attract talent and gain new levels of nimbleness in support of efforts to satisfy customers and gain an edge on the competition.
By David C. Roth
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment just published proposed regulations that will dramatically overhaul the state's wage and hour laws.
By LaLonnie Gray
Colorado employers will soon face two big changes that will impact your workplaces. In a matter of weeks, the state will adopt a new rule on use-it-or-lose-it vacation policies,...
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