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Labor and Employment Legal and Regulatory Law News

The National Law Review keeps its finger on the pulse on legal developments related to working.  Keeping employers and employees abreast of the latest labor and employment law news. We review legal news developments including issues involving interviews and employer review sites like Glassdoor, Indeed and Rate My Employer. We cover all aspects of employment and labor disputes including, disability access and accommodations, harassment, retaliation, discrimination, unfair competition and trade secrets, whistleblower actions, business immigration, workplace privacy, wrongful termination and more matters adjudicated before the courts as well as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”), United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) and state and local agencies.

We feature the latest news on emerging compliance issues such as Affordable Care Act (“ACA”/”Obamacare”) and Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) mandates, EEOC and Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) enforcement, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (“OFCCP”) investigations, employee benefits, Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”), the Department of Labor (“DOL”) Fiduciary Rules, joint employers status, E-Verify, workplace privacy, whistleblower actions, overtime requirements, and prevailing wage laws.

Employers can find the latest information on employment agreements and documents including: executive employment and compensation agreements, employee handbooks, sexual harassment policies, independent contractor agreements, social media policies, internet and email usage policies, separation agreements, equity compensation agreement and employee arbitration agreements.

On a state level, the National Law Review covers the latest on legislation, from laws banning-the-box and limiting the questions employers may ask during the hiring process; including limitations on questions about previous salary history and criminal history.  Additionally, the nation-wide push for employers to establish paid family leave & sick policy and the resulting patchwork of rules.  The National Law Review also  offers an analysis of employees rights to post about their work experience and how employers can respond to employees' on-line reviews and provides information to help companies remain compliant.  

 

Date Title Organization
24
Jan
Union Membership Numbers Continue to Decline Barnes & Thornburg LLP
24
Jan
Payment Required: New York Court Finds No Violation Of New York Labor Law Section 193 Where Unpaid Interns Did Not Receive Wages From Employer Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
24
Jan
High Court to Decide Whether “but-for” Standard Applies to Retaliation Claims Under Title VII Barnes & Thornburg LLP
24
Jan
Burger King Franchisee Settles EEOC Discrimination Lawsuit U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
24
Jan
DOL’s Renewed Focus on Worker Misclassification Fowler White Boggs P.A.
23
Jan
Metro Special Police & Security Services, Inc. Sued by EEOC for Sexual Harassment and Retaliation U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
23
Jan
Employers Can Obtain Refund for Excess FICA Tax Paid as Result of Increased Excludable Limit for Transit Benefits McDermott Will & Emery
23
Jan
Bye-Bye, Big Labor? What Michigan’s “Right to Work” Law Means for Employers Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
23
Jan
Refresher on the "Step-up" Process for Service Personnel Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
22
Jan
Right To Work Challenge Dismissed in Federal Court Barnes & Thornburg LLP
22
Jan
New IRS Rules for Employer Shared Responsibility Provisions under Health Care Reform Armstrong Teasdale
22
Jan
The Second Obama Term: NLRB Outlook Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
22
Jan
New Year, New Way to File Form LM-30 U.S. Department of Labor
22
Jan
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Finds the 2011 Budget Repair Bill that Dramatically Limited Collective Bargaining Is Constitutional von Briesen & Roper, s.c.
21
Jan
Public Employees Can Lose Their Jobs Over Online Information Raymond Law Group LLC
21
Jan
EEOC Seeks Public Comment on Federal Sector Priorities U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
20
Jan
Judge Reverses Prior Rulings Dismissing Case and Allows EEOC Disability Suit Against UPS to Proceed U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
20
Jan
April 15th Deadline for Filing FICA Refunds for Severance Pay McDermott Will & Emery
19
Jan
Can Employees Take FMLA Leave for the Flu? Barnes & Thornburg LLP
19
Jan
Reminder for New York Employers: February 1 Deadline for Wage Theft Prevention Act Annual Notices Sills Cummis & Gross P.C.

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