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Dallas Paid Sick Leave Ordinance Faces Legal Challenge

Today two plaintiffs represented by the Texas Public Policy Foundation filed a lawsuit challenging the Dallas paid sick and safe leave ordinance, which is scheduled to go into effect on August 1. It remains to be determined whether the implementation date will be officially delayed – either through a preliminary injunction or by agreement. The lawsuit is pending in the Eastern District of Texas, Sherman Division. For more information on the status of paid sick leave in Texas, see our recent blog post.

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Kristin L. Bauer, Jackson Lewis, employment agreements lawyer, non solicitation issues attorney
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Kristin L. Bauer is a Principal in the Dallas, Texas, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She represents management exclusively in workplace law and related litigation.

In addition to handling an active employment litigation docket, Ms. Bauer counsels management on preventive strategies, including termination decisions, investigations, employment agreements, non-compete and non-solicitation issues, wage and hour laws, policies and handbooks, and other issues affecting the workplace. She also provides advice and counsel to...

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Katrin Schatz, Employment Attorney, Litigation, Arbitration, Jackson Lewis Law Firm
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Katrin Schatz represents management in all major areas of labor and employment law.  In her more than 13 years of practice, Ms. Schatz has defended employers nationwide in court, arbitrations and administrative proceedings in a broad range of employment matters, including class, collective and multi-plaintiff actions.  She has handled cases involving claims of age, race, disability and gender discrimination, wrongful discharge, whistleblower retaliation, wage and hour and ERISA violations, as well as disputes arising out of covenants not to compete, corporate trade secrets, officer and director fiduciary duties and executive employment contracts.  She also represents clients in connection with claims under the public accommodations provisions of the ADA. 

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Julie Farmer, Jackson Lewis Law Firm, Employment Matters Attorney
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Julie A. Farmer is an Associate in the Dallas office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She represents management in employment matters in state and federal court and before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

While attending law school, Ms. Farmer served as Comment Editor for the Texas Tech Law Review.

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