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Update on Texas Cities Ordinances on Sick Leave

We previously reported on the San Antonio sick leave ordinance that was to become effective August 1, 2019.  City of San Antonio employers now have four extra months to comply.  On July 24, 2019, district judge Sol Casseb signed off on a deal between city official and business groups to delay implementation of the ordinance until December 1, 2019.  For what compliance means, and how to get ready, see our previous article.

San Antonio employers may not be alone in receiving a temporary reprieve from sick leave implementation.  The Dallas ordinance we previously reported on now seems poised for a fight similar to the Austin and San Antonio ordinances.  News reports have stated that the Texas Public Policy Foundation sent a letter to Dallas City Attorney On July 22, 2019 indicating that they will pursue litigation if the Dallas ordinance is not similarly delayed until December 1.  We will continue to update on any new developments regarding these ordinances.

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Carrie Hoffmann, Foley Lardner Law Firm, Dallas, Labor and Employment, Litigation Law Attorney
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Carrie Hoffman represents and counsels major employers nationwide in all areas of labor and employment law across a wide range of industries, including retail. Carrie is highly regarded for her experience with wage and hour issues, as well as employment discrimination and retaliation claims. She regularly reviews and drafts employment agreements – such as covenants not to compete – and advises clients on a wide variety of labor and employment issues, such as:

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