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By Megan Troy, Mark Casciari
The Seventh Circuit has now applied a clear error standard of review to a withdrawal liability arbitrator's interpretation of a collective bargaining agreement, thus enhancing ...
By Joshua Seidman, Tracy Billows
Following successful votes by the Maryland Senate and House of Delegates to override Governor Larry Hogan's veto of a 2017 paid sick leave bill, on January 12, 2018 Maryland became the ninth state ...
By Dawn Lurie
Federal district court in California issues an injunction ordering the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to accept Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) renewal applications ...
By Dawn Lurie, Alexander Madrak
Employers should be prepared to handle the influx of work authorization automatic extensions, expiring work authorizations, and other Form I-9 issues that may arise.
By Gerald Maatman Jr.
In yesterday's blog, readers were given an extensive overview of the historically high numbers regarding class action settlements in 2017.
By Andrew Perellis, Patrick Joyce, Craig Simonsen
EPA has promulgated its new per violation penalty rules for 2018.
By Dawn Lurie
Seyfarth Synopsis: "ICE will enforce the law, and if you are found to be breaking the law, you will be held accountable."
By Robert A. Fisher, Molly Clayton Mooney
Robert Fisher and Molly Mooney authored a January 10 article in New England In-House, "Company investors and board members off the hook for unpaid wages."
By Gerald Maatman Jr.
The monetary value of the top workplace class action settlements skyrocketed in 2017. Though all-time highs in this category were reached in each of the past three years ...
By James Curtis, Craig Simonsen
Due to Senate Rules, the Trump nomination of Scott A. Mugno, for the Assistant Secretary of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health, has now been "returned" to the Senate for consideration.
By Marjorie Soto
Yes, it's true: California employees can be entitled to pay for time they haven't worked. Here, we highlight two common instances: split shifts and reporting time.
By Gerald Maatman Jr.
As our Annual Workplace Class Action Report discusses, 2017 was an exceptionally busy year in regards to workplace class action litigation.
By Robert A. Fisher, Molly Clayton Mooney
In an important decision, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court clarified the scope of personal liability for unpaid wages under the Massachusetts Wage Act.
By Renee B. Appel, Joseph Escarez, Tonya Esposito
Ninth Circuit upholds district court decision granting five businesses injunctive relief, finding that state law banning credit card surcharges is unconstitutional as applied to the five businesses.
By Diane Dygert, Brian Barrett
The Department of Labor's new regulations governing disability claims and appeals published on December 19, 2016 will go into effect on April 1...
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