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By Michael E. Wagner, Jr., Charles E. Wall
As public infrastructure in the U.S. continues to age, public-private partnerships have become an increasingly popular procurement vehicle for state and local governments.
By Edward (Teddie) Arnold
25 days and counting, the partial government shutdown has left many federal employees with an endless weekend and no paycheck
By Nila Merola, Cameron Smith
Since 2008, GENDA has passed the Assembly 10 times, but has consistently failed in the Senate.
By Daniel Klein, Christopher Kelleher
While we await the proposed regulations due by March 31, 2019, the new Department of Family and Medical Leave has provided several points of clarification of which employers should be aware.
By Gerald Maatman Jr.
Seyfarth's Workplace Class Action Report was featured in a January 14 story from The Global Legal Post, "The billion dollar plus rise and fall of employment litigation
By Gerald Maatman Jr.
Seyfarth Synopsis: Yesterday's blog closely examined pivotal rulings by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2018, which was the first trend of the 15th Annual Workplace Class Action Report (WCAR).
By Gerald Maatman Jr.
Over the past few years, the Supreme Court has issued a number of rulings that impacted the prosecution and defense of class actions in significant ways.
By Christopher Cascino
The DOL issued an opinion letter approving a pay model where an employer in the home health field paid its employees at an hourly rate for time spent with patients without additional hourly pay for time spent ...
By Richard G. Schwartz, Jessica Stricklin, Kaley Ventura
Just in time for the New Year and notwithstanding the government shutdown, on December 31, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") issued Notice 2019-09 (the "Notice")...
By Rebecca Woods, Esther Slater McDonald, Connor M. Bateman
On Monday, as the partial government shutdown entered its third week, the AOC announced its intention to continue paid operations through January 18, extending its previous estimate by one week.
By Gena Usenheimer, Nila Merola
Seyfarth Synopsis: Effective March 18, 2019, New York City employers will be required to ensure their lactation rooms meet additional minimum standards and implement a new policy ...
By Paul Galligan, Samuel Sverdlov
Seyfarth Synopsis: The NLRB's Office of General Counsel has issued an Advice Memorandum stating that an employer lawfully refused a union's information request regarding its tax cut savings
By Susan Ryan
Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what's happening in the world of legalized marijuana.
By Mark Casciari, Kristine R. Argentine
Synopsis : Many parties to ERISA litigation and arbitration pay lip service to the burden of proof, put on their respective cases and leave it to the trier of fact to decide which side deserves
By Adam Laughton
Texas is joining the states weighing whether to expand legalized uses of marijuana, with state legislators filing almost a dozen bills related to marijuana use in advance of the legislative session, which began on January 8.
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