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Labor and Employment Legal and Regulatory Law News

The National Law Review keeps employers abreast of the latest labor and employment law news.  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 offers analysis of this legislation and provides information to help companies remain compliant.  

 

Date Title Organization
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May
Employer’s Failure to Respond Waives Written Arbitration Agreement Foley & Lardner LLP
8
May
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Reinstates Collection of EEO-1 Component 2 Data: Pay Data Collection for Calendar Years 2017 and 2018 Greenberg Traurig, LLP
8
May
EEOC to Retroactively Collect 2017 Pay Data Ballard Spahr LLP
8
May
Washington State Legislature Sends Comprehensive Non-Compete Bill To Governor’s Desk Jackson Lewis P.C.
8
May
No Evidence? No Problem! National Labor Relations Board’s General Counsel Memorandum Eases Burden On Beck Objectors Following Board’s Decision in Kent Hospital Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
8
May
Union Folds In Class Action Lawsuit Over Forced Union Dues Barnes & Thornburg LLP
8
May
July 1, 2019 Deadline Looms for Employers Under Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Act Greenberg Traurig, LLP
8
May
Hospital Sues Whistleblower for Failing to Report Information And Choosing Instead to Use As Basis for Claim Proskauer Rose LLP
8
May
California’s “ABC” Test for Independent Contractor Analysis to be Applied Retroactively Jackson Lewis P.C.
8
May
Dentists: Employee Vs. Independent Contractor? K&L Gates
7
May
Colorado Poised to Join States that “Ban the Box” Polsinelli PC
7
May
The Future of Independent Contractors: Ninth Circuit Applies Dynamex Retroactively and the DLSE Issues Opinion Letter Expanding Its Scope Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
7
May
Deadlines Approaching: Large Manufacturers Must Submit 2017 and 2018 Pay Data Robinson & Cole LLP
7
May
New Texas Rule Classifies Gig Economy Workers as Independent Contractors Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
7
May
Despite DOL ‘Gig Economy’ Opinion Letter, State Wage and Hour Laws That Provide Greater Protections for Workers Still Trump Fair Labor Standards Act Foley & Lardner LLP
7
May
DOL Offers Interim Relief for Employers’ Association Health Plans McDermott Will & Emery
7
May
Can an Employer Legally Withdraw a Job Offer after It’s Been Made? Stark & Stark
7
May
Wisconsin Supreme Court Holds State Law Precludes Pay for Normal Commute Time in Employer-Provided Vehicles Jackson Lewis P.C.
7
May
Kentucky Employers Must Be Represented by Counsel in Unemployment Compensation Hearings, Court Rules Jackson Lewis P.C.
7
May
Retiree Medical Not Restricted by Medicare Secondary Payer Rules Carlton Fields

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