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By Fisher & Philips LLP
Folks who follow my writing know that of the many groups to which I speak, the AGC National Safety Committee is my favorite. I love the industry and I value the clients and contacts who have become friends ...
By Shanon Stevenson
Slurpees are not the only ICE-y things being served at 7-Eleven these days.
By Michael Marra, Julia H. Wilson
A federal district court in Brooklyn recently held that an employer does not owe a duty to protect patrons from assault unless the attack was "reasonably foreseeable...
By Benjamin Mann
Amidst all of the year-end articles recapping the world of labor and employment law and predicting the upcoming legal trends for the year-to-come...
By Travis Vance
What can the connection between legendary alternative rock band R.E.M. and veteran reporter Dan Rather tell us about workplace safety?
By David Treibman
The new law also requires employers to provide such employees with reasonable accommodation.
By Scott Fanning
With a solution to the DACA program still impending, employers have concerns about changes to immigration policy and enforcement. In the article, "What to Do About DACA," ...
By Scott Schneider
The WSJ post "Higher Education Bill Requires Notice on Free Speech Policies" included comments from Scott Schneider, a partner who leads the Higher Education Practice.
By Melanie Webber
In the article, "Avoiding Legal Challenges to Employer Social Media Policies" featured in the Akron Legal News, Melanie Webber discusses the importance of a workplace policy to include a carefully drafted...
By Melissa Dials
In the article, "This Holiday Shopping Season Looks Good for Seasonal Jobs," featured in The Plain Dealer, Melissa Dials advises employers to consider wage and hour issues ...
By Steven Bernstein
Partner Steven Bernstein was quoted in the Tampa Bay Business Journal article "'Weinstein Moment' Harassment Spotlight Playing Out at Tampa Bay Businesses."
By Richard Meneghello
Among my list of "must-read" workplace law summaries is the weekly "Punching In" column put out by Chris Opfer and Ben Penn over at Bloomberg Law's Labor and Employment Blog every Monday morning.
By John Heller
The U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) just announced that it will abandon its six-part test for determining whether interns qualify as employees after yet another court favored the alternative, primary beneficiary test.
By Fisher & Philips LLP
Most folks in the safety community know Jordan Barab, the former Obama era Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor at OSHA from 2009 to 2017.
By Fisher & Philips LLP
Administration is resubmitting Scott Mugno for OSHA leader and shooting for a January 11 Committee hearing.
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