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10. ELA Files Amicus Curiae Brief in the Pending NLRB Matter Northwestern University and College Athletes Players Association
11. Critical Distinctions Between U.S. and Canadian Labour and Employment Law
12. ELA Members Co-Presenting "A Global Perspective on Preventing Employee Data Theft and Trade Secret Misappropriation" at ACC 2014 Annual Meeting
13. ELA Names Two New England Member Law Firms
14. Watching 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil: A Guide for Employers/Siguiendo la Copa Mundial de la FIFA Brasil 2014: Una Guía para Empleadores
15. Higher Education Council Newsletter - July 2012
16. Higher Education Council Newsletter - December 2012
17. The Recorder Features ELA Founder and CEO Steve Hirschfeld on Business of Law, Value of Law Firm Networks
18. Point Park UniversityNewspaper Guild of Pittsburgh: Amicus Brief by the Higher Education Council of the ELA
19. Polytechnic Institute and New York University Amicus Brief
20. Ten ELA Attorneys Featured in Human Resource Executive’s “The Nation’s Most Powerful Employment Attorneys” List
21. Two ELA Members Elected Fellows of The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers
22. Employment Law Alliance Adds Four Member Firms
23. Employment Law Alliance Adds Three Member Firms
24. Employment Law Alliance Expands Coverage in Southeast Asia
25. ELA Files Amicus Curae Brief in the Pending NLRB Matter Pacific Lutheran University and Service Employees International Union, Local 925
26. Members of the Higher Education Council of the ELA File Amicus Brief on Behalf of 14 Former University of Texas at Austin Student Body Presidents in Fisher vs. University of Texas
27. ELA’s Higher Education Council Joins Amicus Brief with the American Council on Education in Vance v. Ball State
28. Higher Education Council of the Employment Law Alliance Launches Blog
29. Employment Law Alliance CEO Stephen J. Hirschfeld Keynoted ACCC's Corporate Counsel Summit Luncheon
30. ELA CEO Stephen J. Hirschfeld Quoted in Corporate Counsel on Penn State Freeh Report
31. Human Resources Executive Magazine Features Eight ELA Attorneys Among its “Most Powerful”
32. Erin Kuzz Awarded ELA’s “Sheldon N. Sandler Award”
33. Ten ELA Attorneys Featured in “The Guide to World-Class Employment Lawyers”
34. ELA's Jan Lelley and Kristin Oliveira Explore Future of Works Councils in U.S.
35. ELA Members Author Social Media Around the World for Bloomberg Law Reports
36. ELA Members Present the Top 10 Questions to Ask When Hiring and Firing Employees in Asia and the Pacific
37. Global Human Resources Seminar in New Delhi Features ELA Members
38. Watching UEFA Euro 2012: A Guide for Employers
39. ELA Member Attorneys Author InsideCounsel Article Exploring Sick Leave Laws in WI, AZ and Nationally
40. Siguiendo la Copa Mundial de la FIFA Brasil 2014: Una Guía para Empleadores
41. ELA's "Watching 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil" Featured in Law360 Article
42. ELA's World Cup Guide Featured by LACCA
43. The Huffington Post's WorldPost Features ELA's World Cup Employer's Guide
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45. Altra Industrial Motion Inc.
46. American University in Bulgaria
47. Arcata Associates
48. Barrett Business Services, Inc.
49. Boyd Coffee Company
50. Capgemini Outsourcing Services GmbH
51. Hirschfeld Kraemer
52. Hollywood Entertainment Corporation
53. Ingram Micro
54. Konami Gaming
55. Nikkiso Cryo, Inc.
56. Palm, Inc.
57. Rich Products
58. Ricoh Americas Corporation
59. Roberts-Gordon LLC
60. Rockwell Collins, Inc.
61. Sanmina-SCI
62. Sapien, LLC
63. Starwood
64. Wilmington Trust Corporation
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66. Events & Seminars
67. Member Directory
68. Addleshaw Goddard
69. Collective consultation period to be reduced from 90 to 45 days in large scale redundancies
70. Consultation on proposed reform of TUPE 2006
71. EAT holds that there is no implied term not to dismiss where an employee is receiving PHI benefits
72. Employment Law Review 2012
73. Government issues Ending the Employment Relationship Consultation
74. Government issues Response to Call for Evidence on the Effectiveness of TUPE 2006
75. Government outlines new system of flexible parental leave and other family-friendly measures
76. Government outlines new system of flexible working
77. Government publishes consultation on proposed ACAS Early Conciliation process
78. Important Supreme Court decision on termination and PILONS
79. New measures to help employers manage sickness absence
80. Response to the Ending the Employment Relationship consultation
81. The Court of Appeal confirms that there is no service provision change where the identity of both contractor and client has changed
82. TUPE dismissals and "changes to the workforce"
83. What's on the horizon for 2013 and beyond?
84. Michael Leftley
85. Sarah Harrop
86. Anjarwalla & Khanna Advocates
87. Anjarwalla & Khanna Named African Law Firm of the Year
88. Bloomberg Law Reports: Social Media Around the World
89. Sonal Sejpal
90. Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
91. New “Notice of Exchange” Requirement for Employers
92. AGG Quarterly Know-How Newsletter-April 2014
93. AGG Quarterly Know-How - September 2013
94. Arnall Golden Gregory Quarterly Review - September 2013
95. Breaking Up is Hard To Do: Practical Tips for Minimizing the Risks Associated with Executive Level Terminations and Business Divorces
96. Center for Digital Democracy Files Complaints Alleging Safe Harbor Violations by 30 Companies with the FTC
97. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has Issued a New Form I-9
98. Costly FCPA Misconceptions
99. Proposed Rule to Extend Employment Authorization to Spouses of Certain H-1B Workers
100. Legal Insight: Is Your Wellness Program Healthy?
101. H-1B Visa Season Opens on April 1 – Employers, Are You Ready?
102. I-94 Automation and What it Means for Employers
103. IRS Continues Pursuit of Taxpayers with Foreign Bank Accounts
104. L-1 Employers Now Facing Unannounced Worksite Inspections by USCIS
105. Liability Release Language in Forms Authorizing Background Checks Can Land Employers in Hot Water
106. The NLRB’s McDonald’s Decision: Supersizing the Joint Employer Doctrine to Hold Franchisors Liable
107. OFAC Modifies the 50% Rule and Expands the Reach of U.S. Export Controls
108. U.S. Customs and Border Protection Rolls Out Paperless I-94 Cards
109. Rejecting the George Clooney Defense, Supreme Court Upholds Protection of Whistleblowers in the Private Sector. What Does it Mean for Your Company?
110. Russia Responds to Western Sanctions by Banning Imported Foods
111. Sanctions Against Russia: Implications for Your Company (Cumulative Update as of July 17, 2014)
112. Sanctions Against Russia: What Your Company Should Consider Now Because of the Events in Ukraine
113. Employers Should Track Employee Headcount and Hours Monthly to Comply With Affordable Care Act
114. Henry M. Perlowski
115. Teri A. Simmons
116. A 2015 User Guide for Employers
117. AGG DPCRA Live Webinar: Top 10 Things Companies Should Know About Data Breach
118. Consumer Privacy: How to Avoid or Prevail in Class Action Litigation
119. Seminar: Employment Law Solutions for Today’s Workplace
120. Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing
121. Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing’s Anna Elento-Sneed Joins Employment Law Alliance Board
122. Anna M. Elento-Sneed
123. A&L Goodbody
124. Duncan Inverarity
125. Gareth Walls
126. Aljazy & Co
127. The Concept of Diplomatic Protection within the ICSID Convention
128. Dr. Omar M. H. Aljazy to serve as President of the Jordanian Arbitrator’s Association
129. Omar M. H. Aljazy
130. Arendt & Medernach
131. Arendt & Medernach: “Best Labour Law Firm of the year 2010" by HR One
132. Arendt & Medernach Opens New Office in Moscow
133. Newsflash - 01 October 2012 - Website Marketing & Consumer Protection - Recent Case Law of the CJEU
134. Luxembourg - Additional information regarding the minimum advance corporate income tax (ACIT)
135. Louis Berns
136. Philippe Schmit
137. Arent Fox LLP
138. Kristine Dunne
139. Henry Morris, Jr.
140. Nancy Noonan
141. Arias & Muñoz
142. Arias & Muñoz's Anna Karina Jiménez Speaking on Franchise and Distribution Law at ACCC's Corporate Counsel Summit 2013
143. Amendments to Tax Laws in Guatemala
144. Am I the Victim of Illegal Gender Discrimination?
145. Arias & Munoz Monthly Newsletter -- Noviembre/November 2012
146. Arias and Munoz Central America Newsletter - Octubre-October 2014
147. Arias & Muñoz, honored for its female legal talent
148. Arias & Munoz Central America Newsletter - June/Junio 2014
149. Arias & Muñoz - Strong Presence at the Caribbean Corporate Counsel Summit
150. Arias and Munoz Central America Newsletter - August 2014
151. Arias & Munoz - Central America Legal Newsletter-May 2014
152. Arias & Muñoz Costa Rica Ranked as #1 Law Firm in the 2014 EKA 500/Arias & Muñoz Costa Rica fue rankeado como #1 de las 500 empresas favoritas de EKA 2014
153. Arias & Munoz- Monthly Newsletter, February 2012
154. Arias Munoz June 2012 Newsletter
155. Arias Munoz Labor Update - October 26, 2012
156. Arias & Munoz Monthly Newsletter - March 2012
157. Arias & Munoz- May 2013 Monthly Newsletter
158. Arias & Munoz Monthly Newsletter - August 2012
159. The offices of Arias & Muñoz win Client Service Award Chambers Latin America for Legal Excellence 2011
160. Arias & Munoz Wins Chambers Central America Client Service Award
161. Arias and Munoz Central America Legal Newsletter - September 2014
162. Central America Newsletter- July/Julio 2014
163. Your Employees Are Soon to Receive Their 13th Month Pay ("Aguinaldo") <br> Se Acerca la Fecha para el Pago del Aguinaldo a sus Empleados
164. Minimum Salary Increase for the Private Sector in Costa Rica/Aumento de Salarios Mínimos en el Sector Privado de Costa Rica
165. Costa Rica - Anti-smoking Law No. 9028
166. Costa Rica: Bill Aiming to Discourage Speculative Capital
167. Minimum Salary Increase for the Private Sector in Costa Rica
168. Costa Rica - Private Sector Minimum Wage Increase in Costa Rica/Aumento de Salarios Mínimos en el Sector Privado de Costa Rica
169. Minimum Salary Increase for the Private Sector in Costa Rica/Aumento de Salarios Mínimos en el Sector Privado de Costa Rica
170. Variation in Maximum Sum Awarded in Labor, Agrarian and Civil Proceedings
171. Costa Rica: New Arrangements for Nursing Working Mothers
172. Employee Database Notification to the Data Protection Agency / Notificación de Bases de Datos de empleados ante la Agencia de Protección de Datos
173. Employers to Regulate Immigration Status of Foreign Workers/Llamados a Regular el Estatus Migratorio de sus Trabajadores Extranjeros
174. Avoid financial and operational risks due to mismanaged dismissals of women during maternity/lactation period/Evite riesgos operacionales y financieros por mal manejo de despidos de colaboradoras bajo licencia de maternidad y lactancia
175. Incremento del Salario Minimo en Honduras/Minimum Wage increase in Honduras
176. Jorge Molina Mendoza New Partner at Arias & Muñoz Panama
177. La Delgada Línea Entre los Servicios Profesionales y la Relación Obrero-Patronal
178. Medical insurance for same-sex couples takes effect in costa rica in next few days
179. Medical Insurance for Same-Sex Couples Takes Effect in Costa Rica/Seguros de Salud para Parejas del Mismo Sexo Regirán en Costa Rica
180. Minimum Reporting Wage for the CCSS Increased to ¢180,139
181. Arias & Munoz Monthly Newsletter-April 2012
182. New Medicine Law in El Salvador
183. Nueva Ley de Seguros en Panama
184. Nuevo Salario Minimo en Nicaragua - Marzo 2013
185. Panama Endorses the Hague Convention on the Law Applicable to Trusts and on their Recognition
186. Panamá Aumenta el Salario Mínimo Nacional /Panama's National Minimum Wage Increases
187. President Approves Medicine Law and Vaccine Law is Enacted in El Salvador
188. ¿Tengo derecho a reclamar legalmente por una discriminación?
189. Reforma Tributaria aprobada en El Salvador / Approved Tax Reforms in El Salvador
190. Reglamento de Salud Ocupacional en Guatemala / Health and Occupational Safety in Guatemala
191. Salario mínimo de reporte a la CCSS aumentó a 180.139 CRC - Minimum reporting wage for the CCSS increased to 180.139 CRC
192. Special Protection for Those Taking Care of Terminally Ill Patients
193. Tax Equity Law and Amendments in Nicaragua
194. Tax Law News in Guatemala
195. The need to regulate teleworking in Costa Rica
196. Vencimiento de Prorroga a ley de Prevension de Riesgos en El Salvadore - Abril 2012
197. Labor News Impacting your Company-Presidential Elections on Sunday, 2 February/2 de Febrero, Domingo de Elecciones Presidenciales
198. Workers Delinquent on their Costa Rican Social Security Payments Have a Right to Emergency Medical Care Only
199. Alejandra Castro
200. Anna Karina Jiménez
201. Cesar Bautista
202. Jessica Handal Segebre
203. Josué Rafael Reyes Campos
204. Liz Gordillo Anleu
205. Norma Elena Morales
206. Roberto Argüello
207. Rene Serrano
208. Yadira Maradiaga
209. IRS Continues Pursuit of Taxpayers with Foreign Bank Accounts
210. Attorneys' Association Gestors
211. Managing Partner of Law Firm AS Consulting, Andriy Tsvyetkov, Was Recognized in the List of Leading Lawyers of Ukraine in the Kyiv Post
212. Andriy Tsvyetkov, a managing partner of Law Firm "AS Consulting, LLC" is nominated as leading practitioner in field of Employment Law & Management Labor by Who’s Who Legal: CIS 2012
213. Andriy Tsvyetkov Honoured with Acknowledgement from “TOP-100. Best Top Managers of Ukraine
214. Attorneys’ Association “Gestors” Ranked among "Top 50 Law Firms of Ukraine 2012"
215. Attorneys Association Gestors Partners Partcipate in the Preparation of the Report "Doing Business 2014: Understanding Regulations for Small and Medium-Size Enterprises"
216. Law Firm «AS Consulting, LLC» Honored by The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East & Africa – 2012 Edition
217. Law Firm AS Consulting, LLC honored by IFLR 1000
218. Attorneys’ Association “Gestors” Honoured by One of the Leading Law Lists
219. Attorneys’ Association Gestors Honored with Acknowledgement and Recommendations from One of the Leading Law Lists, IFLR 1000
220. Andriy Tsvyetkov
221. Makhinchuk Vitaly
222. Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC
223. Deadline for Pool and Spa ADA Compliance Almost Here
224. April L&E Update from Baker Donelson
225. August 2014 L&E Update
226. February L&E Update from Baker Donelson
227. July L&E Update from Baker Donelson
228. June L&E Update
229. January L&E Update from Baker Donelson
230. March L&E Update from Baker Donelson
231. May L&E Update from Baker Donelson
232. NLRB General Counsel Office: McDonald's, USA, LLC and Its Franchisees Are Joint Employers
233. Supreme Court Finds NLRB Recess Appointments Invalid
234. November 2014 L&E Update from Baker Donelson
235. October 2014 L&E Update from Baker Donelson
236. New IRS Rules on Same Sex Marriages and How the Rules Affect Employer-Sponsored Retirement Plans
237. September 2014 L&E Update from Baker Donelson
238. Sixth Circuit Holds General Contractor Can Be Liable in Discrimination Suit Brought by Sub-Contractor's Employees
239. Sixth Circuit Issues Shocking Opinion Against ERISA Insurer, Dramatically Changes The ERISA Landscape
240. What's on the Minds of General Counsel in the Southeast?
241. Brian Ballay
242. David Harvey
243. Jenna Bedsole
244. Phyllis G. Cancienne
245. Robert C. Divine
246. BBV Legal
247. Attorneys
248. William ten Veen
249. Bile-Aka, Brizoua-Bi & Associes
250. Eric Bably
251. Michel Brizoua-Bi
252. BLC Law Chambers
253. Jason Harel
254. Bafakih & Nassief
255. Fines for companies that do not meet Ministry of Labor standards regarding number of Saudi Arabian citizens employed start tomorrow: http://www.saudigazette.com.sa/index.cfm?method=home.regcon&contentid=20121114142783
256. Nitaqat and Saudi Labor Law - http://whathelaw.wordpress.com/2012/04/10/15/
257. Saudi Arabian Investor Class Visas: An Overview
258. Wael Bafakih
259. Boekel De Nerée
260. Act to Limit Sick Leave and Occupational Disability among Safety-Netters
261. Boekel News Flash Employment Law November 2012
262. Collective Redundancy (Notification) Act (WMCO) amended as of 1 March 2012
263. Reform of Dismissal Law and Flexible Employment Scheduled to Enter into Force Sooner
264. Employment Law in the Netherlands
265. Changes to Pension Plans: Three Parties, Three Changes
266. Tighter Dutch Laws on the Employment of Foreign Nationals in the Netherlands: Much Heavier Fines
267. Obligatory Insurance of Employers against Traffic Accidents
268. Self-Employed Professionals, An Easy Option?
269. The Netherlands: The Social Agreement
270. Threats of Summary Dismissal May Lead to Invalid Settlement Agreements
271. Avoid Tax on Pension Entitlements and Discussions on Liability for Excessive Pension Contributions
272. Work & Secuirty Act: What to Take Note of Now
273. Bill Introducing Work & Security Act
274. Netherlands: Work & Security Act Adopted
275. Payrolling among Businesses in the Netherlands
276. Registration Obiligation for Intermediaries
277. Your Sick Employee Does Not Cooperate Sufficiently Regarding his Reintegration; What Can You Do?
278. Work & Security Act: amendments to the law of dismissal as of 1 July 2015 (A)
279. Eugenie Nunes
280. Sascha C. Kuit
281. Boga and Associates
282. Genc Boga
283. Renata Leka
284. Boussayene Knani & Associés
285. Bowman Gilfillan
286. Karen Fulton
287. Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC
288. Webinar: 2013 Study of Labor Activity Within Region 3 of the National Labor Relations Board (11/14/13)
289. A Hiring Supervisor’s Subjective Judgment That the Selected Employee Would "Fit in Better" Could Create an Inference of Discrimination
290. A Labor and Employment Audit of Santa’s Workshop
291. Amendment to the New York City Human Rights Law Requires Reasonable Accommodations for Pregnant Employees
292. Be Prepared: Understanding the Impact That the Ebola Outbreak May Have on Employers
293. City of Buffalo Passes “Ban the Box” Legislation
294. Court of Appeals Holds That Employer’s Failure to Engage in Interactive Process Regarding Employee’s Accommodation Request Precludes Summary Judgment in State and City Disability Discrimination Claims
295. Department of Labor Publishes Model Language for Insurance Exchange Notices
296. DOL Proposes to Expand the Availability of FMLA Leave to All Same-Sex Spouses
297. EEOC Files Two Recent Lawsuits Challenging Employer Wellness Programs
298. EEOC Issues New Guidance on Pregnancy Discrimination
299. EEOC Settles GINA Discrimination Lawsuit with New York Employer
300. ERISA Fiduciary Guidance - Fairness for Defined Contribution Fees
301. ERISA Fiduciary Guidance - Making a "Watch List" Work
302. Facially Sex-Neutral Statements and Conduct May Support a Sexually Hostile Work Environment Claim
303. Federal District Court Scolds EEOC for Meritless Background Check Lawsuit
304. FICA Refund on Severance Pay?
305. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Invalidates NLRB’s Ruling That Class Action Waivers Violate the NLRA
306. Follow-up On Your ERISA Service Provider Disclosures!
307. For-Profit "Religious Employers" May Exclude Certain Contraceptives From Preventive Care Requirement Under the Affordable Care Act
308. Recent Fourth Department Decision Provides Guidance on the Enforceability of Restrictive Covenants
309. IRS Announces 2015 Pension and Related Limitations
310. IRS Issues Revised Form 720 for Payment of PCORI Fees July 31 Payment Deadline Looms for Many Plan Sponsors
311. IRS Modifies Cafeteria Plan Rules for Health FSAs
312. IRS Releases Special Procedures for Employers to Seek Refunds of Taxes on Same-Sex Spouse Benefits
313. Is Your Health Plan Premium Affordable Under The ACA?
314. It’s Time to Start Counting Full-Time Employees Under the Affordable Care Act
315. National Labor Relations Board Reissues Proposed Rule on “Quickie” Elections
316. New York Amends Human Rights Law to Protect Unpaid Interns
317. New York Court of Appeals Resolves Questions About State's Tip-Sharing Statute
318. New York State Department of Taxation and Finance Provides Guidance Regarding the Minimum Wage Reimbursement Credit
319. New York's Wage Deduction Statute Amended
320. NLRB Advice Memorandum Provides Further Guidance on Confidentiality in Investigations
321. NLRB Asserts Jurisdiction Over a Charter School in New York
322. NLRB Holds That Discharge of Employees for Facebook Conversation Was Unlawful
323. NLRB Regional Director Finds College Football Players Qualify as Employees and Can Unionize
324. NYSDOL Adopts Amended Minimum Wage Orders Implementing New Requirements for Employers Effective December 31, 2013
325. OFCCP Proposes Rule Regarding Annual Submission of Employee Compensation Data
326. OSHA Announces Intent to Concentrate on Temporary Workforce and Staffing Agencies
327. OSHA Changes Reporting Requirements for Work-Related Accidents
328. OSHA Issues Policy Background on the Temporary Worker Initiative
329. OSHA Modifies Hazard Communication Standard
330. President Obama Directs Department of Labor to Modernize and Streamline FLSA Overtime Regulations
331. President Obama Signs Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order
332. Proposed New York Regulations Could Limit Certain Executive Compensation Arrangements
333. Recent Lawsuit Highlights the Importance of Fair Credit Reporting Act Compliance
334. Recent OSHA Activity Underscores Attention to Whistleblower Statutes
335. Guidance Issued on the Research Fees That Will be Owed by Many Health Plans and Insurers as a Result of the Health Care Reform Legislation
336. Second Circuit Court of Appeals Adopts Single Employer Test Under WARN
337. Second Circuit Court of Appeals Holds That CEO Can Be Held Personally Liable for FLSA Violations
338. Skinny Plans and Other Low-Cost Coverage Strategies Under the ACA
339. Sun Tzu — And the Art of Defending an Employment Discrimination Claim
340. Supreme Court Decides the Meaning of “Changing Clothes” Under the Fair Labor Standards Act
341. Supreme Court Widens Sarbanes-Oxley Whistleblower Net
342. Ten Steps Federal Contractors Should Take to Prepare for OFCCP’s Revised Regulations Applicable to Veterans and Disabled Individuals
343. The City of Rochester Adopts a “Ban the Box” Ordinance
344. The New York Legislature Passes a Bill Eliminating the Annual Wage Notice Requirement
345. The NLRB Invalidates Employer’s Confidentiality Rule Prohibiting the Disclosure of Personal Employee Information
346. The NLRB Reverses 50 Year-Old Precedent and Holds That Dues Checkoff Provisions Survive the Expiration of a Collective Bargaining Agreement
347. The Registration Form For Transitional Reinsurance Program Fees Has Been Issued, and Must Be Submitted By November 15, 2014
348. The Supreme Court Defines the Term "Supervisor" Under Title VII
349. The U.S. Department of Labor Extends FLSA Protections to Most Home Care Workers
350. Transportation Industry Beware: New York Quietly Enacts New Legislation Targeting Worker Misclassification
351. Treasury Department Releases Guidance On New Health FSA Cap
352. Understanding an Employer’s Obligations When Domestic Violence Affects the Workplace
353. Union’s Rejection of Company’s “Final” Proposal Does Not Always Signify Impasse
354. United States v. Windsor: What Federal Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage Means for Employee Benefits
355. Update - The NLRB and Employment-At-Will Policies in 2014
356. USCIS Issues Much Anticipated Revised Form I-9
357. U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit Becomes Second Appellate Court to Strike Down NLRB's Notice Posting Rule
358. U.S. Department of Labor Issues Final Rule Implementing Executive Order 13658 (Minimum Wage for Certain Federal Contractors)
359. U.S. Supreme Court Declares President Obama’s NLRB Recess Appointments Unconstitutional
360. U.S. Supreme Court Upholds FICA Tax On Severance
361. U.S. Supreme Court Upholds FICA Tax On Severance
362. With The Supreme Court Upholding Most Of Health Care Reform, Employers Must Focus On Immediate Compliance Deadlines
363. Louis P. DiLorenzo
364. Philip Zaccheo
365. Thomas G. Eron
366. Thaddeus Lewkowicz
367. Workplace 2014: Annual Statewide Labor, Employment & HR Conference
368. Burness Paull
369. Employment Tribunal Reforms: What You Need To Know
370. Burness LLP and Paull & Williamsons LLP Announce Merger
372. The Third Side
373. 140 #ukemplaw Tips in 140 Characters
374. Can Illegal Migrants Pursue Discrimination Claims? - An Update
375. 'Owner-Employee' Contracts: Boosting The Economy Or A Step Too Far?
376. Scotland: Supreme Court Decision on Mandatory Retirement Ages
377. Top 5 Employment Law Issues for HR IN 2013
378. The Final Say? Volunteers and Discrimination Claims
379. Terminating An Employee’s Contract – The Expensive Way!
380. Are you ready for auto-enrolment?
381. Working Parents in the UK: A Flexible Future
382. Ronald Mackay
383. Buse Heberer Fromm
384. Buse Heberer Fromm - Employment Law Update November 2012
385. Buse Heberer Fromm - Labour Law Update 1st quarter 2014
386. Buse Heberer Fromm - March 2013 Employment Law Update
387. Buse Heberer Fromm - Newsletter Employment Law 4th quarter 2014
388. Buse Heberer Fromm Labor Law Update 4th Quarter 2013
389. Buse Heberer Fromm - Newsletter Employment Law 3rd quarter 2014
390. Jan Tibor Lelley
391. Butler Snow LLP
392. Workplace Vol. 2013 No. 1
393. Workplace Vol. 2012 No. 1
394. Workplace Vol. 2013 No. 2
395. Workplace Vol. 2013 No. 3
396. Workplace Vol. 2013 No. 4
397. Workplace Vol. 2013 No. 5
398. Workplace Vol. 2013 No. 6
399. Workplace Vol. 2013 No. 7
400. Workplace Vol. 2013 No. 8
401. Workplace Vol. 2013 No. 9
402. David Jaqua
403. Timothy M. Threadgill
404. Todd P. Photopulos
405. Cabinet Sales
406. Jean-Frédéric Salès
407. Canterbury Law Ltd.
408. Bermuda Employment Law in a Nutshell
409. Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Bermuda
410. Enforcing Foreign Judgments in Bermuda under the Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act 1958
411. Juliana Snelling Honoured as a Recipient of 100 Women 100 Visions by Bermuda Women's Council
412. Snelling takes part in Vancouver conference
413. Res Judicata and Employment Tribunals
414. Juliana Snelling
415. Carlsmith Ball LLP
416. Arsima A. Muller
417. Marcia K. Schultz
418. Sinforoso M. “Rossi” Tolentino
419. Castrén & Snellman
420. Anu Waaralinna
421. Henna Kinnunen
422. Marina Aseeva
423. Certa Advokatbyrå
424. Olle Jansson
425. Cross, Gunter, Witherspoon & Galchus, P.C.
426. 2012 NLRB Recess Appointments Ruled Unconstitutional by the Supreme Court
427. Act 1480 Provides Direction on Employer Access to Social Media Accounts
428. Affordable Care Act Deadline Extended to 2015
429. From the Arkansas State Legislature: Act 1480 Provides Direction on Employer Access to Social Media Accounts
430. Arkansas Joins States Authorizing Preference in Hiring Veterans
431. The "Status" of Immigration Reform
432. Arkansas Retaliation Claims Ruled to Have Three-Year Statute of Limitation
433. Immigration Alert: Arrival/Departure Record Process Changes in Effect
434. CGWG on Social Media
435. D.C. Circuit Court Invalidates NLRB's Controversial "Mandatory Posting" Rule
436. CGWG Honored as "Best Place to Work" in Arkansas
437. News From Cross, Gunter, Witherspoon & Galchus - May 2012
438. Discrimination Based on Gender Identity Covered under Title VII
439. DOL Sets November 2013 Date for New Persuader Rules While NLRB Continues To Limit Employee Handbook Policies
440. EEOC Expands Its Approach to Harassment Policies: Mirrors Recent NLRB Activity
441. U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Announces New Religious Garb and Grooming in the Workplace Publications
442. Executive Order Banning Employment Discrimination; Proposed DOL Changes to FMLA
443. Obama Signs Executive Order Protecting LGBT Workers
444. Recent FMLA Revisions: Are Your Policies Up to Date?
445. New GINA Recordkeeping Requirements Go Into Effect
446. H-1B Filing Season is Here
447. How Will the Supreme Court Decision on Health Care Reform Impact Your Business?
448. HR Trends for 2014: News From Cross, Gunter, Witherspoon & Galchus
449. Lessons for Employers in a Facebook-Friendly World
450. March 2012 - News from Cross, Gunther, Witherspoon & Galchus
451. New I-9 Form Goes Into Effect Today
452. Suit Filed to Prevent Implementation of New Rehabilitation Act Regulations by DOL;
453. News From Cross, Gunter, Witherspoon & Galchus-November 2014
454. News from Cross Ginter Witherspoon and Galchus - December 2012
455. News from Cross, Gunter, Witherspoon & Galchus -- March 2013
456. News from Cross, Gunther, Witherspoon & Galchus - September 2012
457. NLRB Reissues Proposal for "Ambush" Union Elections
458. President Obama's NLRB Appointments Declared Unconstitutional
459. National Labor Relations Board Rules Handbook Policies Too Broad Under NLRA
460. NLRB Says College Football Players are "Employees"
461. NLRB Finds Another Employer's Confidentiality Policy Overbroad
462. NLRB'S New Quickie Election Rule Struck Down
463. NLRB Issues Guidance On At-Will Employment Policies
464. National Labor Relations Board Guidance Limits Deferral Arbitration
465. NLRB "Likes" Facebook: Clicking "Like" is Considered Protected, Concerted Activity
466. NLRB Rules McDonald's is Co-Employer with Franchisees under NLRA
467. NLRB's Quickie Election Rule Suspended Indefinitely
468. NLRB - Recess Appointment of NLRB Member Declared Unconstitutional
469. NLRB Continues Efforts to Constrict Social Media and Confidentiality Policies
470. Employers Beware! NLRB Strikes Down Costco's Social Media Policy
471. OFCCP Final Rules Require Federal Contractors to Revisit Hiring Procedures
472. OFCCP: New Contractor Compensation Procedures
473. Proposed DOL Pay Secrecy Ban Protecting Discussion of Employee Compensation Issued
474. Recent Federal Appeals Court Overrules NLRB's Mandatory Arbitration Ban
475. Recent FMLA Updates: Are Your Policies Up to Date?
476. Revised I-9 Form Available Now
477. Social Media Can Cost You Big
478. Summer Hiring: Information Employers Should Know
479. Summer Intern Pay Issues: Is Your Company at Risk?
480. Recent Supreme Court Decisions Affect Employers
481. Department of State Releases Visa Bulletin: Priority Dates for EB-2 Category for Indian Foreign Nationals Affected
482. Obama Directs Initiative to Change Regulations on White-Collar Exemptions Under FLSA
483. Allen Dobson
484. J. Bruce Cross
485. Benjamin Shipley
486. Carolyn Witherspoon
487. Donna Galchus
488. Greg Northen
489. J.E. Sweere
490. Misty Wilson Borkowski
491. Mike Redd
492. Russell Gunter
493. Travis Bo Loftis
494. NLRB Abandons Pursuit of Notice Poster Rule Enforcement
495. CHSH - Cerha Hempel Spiegelfeld Hlawati
496. Claudia Bernhard
497. Julian Feichtinger
498. Karol Šiška
499. Mirela Nathanzon
500. Sergei Makarchuk
501. Cline, Williams, Wright, Johnson & Oldfather, LLP
502. David R. Buntain
503. Clyde & Co
504. Clyde & Co - 2011 Middle East Law Firm of the Year
505. Clyde Co Named Overall International Law Firm of the Year and Most Responsive International Firm in the UAE for the Third Year
506. Clyde & Co Named "Law Firm of the Year" at the 14th Annual Legal Business Awards
507. Deal Announcement: Clyde & Co Advises Lamprell plc on Strategic Acquisition of Maritime Industrial Services
508. Trade sanctions - Clyde & Co Seminar Tests Market Impact
509. Cyber Crime in the UAE
510. Defamation and Social Media in the UAE
511. Hospitality sector in the GCC: Challenges
512. Qatar: Ramadan and Working Hours
513. Qatar - A Right of Entry? A Right to Work? A Right to Reside? A Right of Exit?
514. Trade Secret Protection under Qatari Law
515. Alec Emmerson
516. David Salt
517. Emma Higham
518. Nassif Boumalhab
519. Richard Bell
520. Rebecca Ford
521. Rebecca Kelly
522. Sara Khoja
523. Collins Newman & Co.
524. Virgil Vergeer
525. Corrs Chambers Westgarth
526. 2012 Workplace Relations Review and looking ahead at 2013
527. Allseas amendments to Migration Act to limit international workers in offshore oil and gas industry
528. An uncertain future for the government’s paid parental leave scheme
529. A regional guide to 'restrictive convenants'
530. Asia Employment Law: Quarterly Review: Q1 2014
531. Asia Employment Law: Quarterly Review: Q2 2014
532. A $1.59 million reason to avoid wrongful dismissal
533. Australia’s contribution to G20 growth requires urgent progress on IR reform
534. Back to the future - ABCC set to return under Building and Construction Industry (Improving Productivity) Bill
535. Coalition Government set to implement “Policy to Improve the Fair Work Laws”
536. Coalition releases “Policy to Improve the Fair Work Laws”
537. Consultation with employees - Why, what and when?
538. Employment and workplace law: Mid-year review 2014
539. Employment in Indonesia: Differences worth labouring
540. Fair Work Act Amendments passed by parliament, with delayed start-up for anti-bullying provisions
541. Federal Court decision upholds removal of visa restrictions for foreign workers on offshore projects
542. Federal Court imposes penalties on Victorian Government for Construction Code adverse action breaches - But where next for construction industry regulation?
543. Federal Court rules media leaks are not protected industrial action
544. Federal Court upholds implied contractual right to require medical evidence
545. Federal Government expands access to Comcare scheme
546. Four ways the Fair Work Act is making business riskier for employers
547. Full Federal Court adopts a broad approach to the concept of a “workplace” under anti-discrimination legislation
548. FWC bullying round-up: Withholding bonuses not bullying, more on reasonable management action, and lawyers welcome!
549. FWC’s anti-bullying jurisdiction: Past conduct is relevant
550. Get ready: These are the workplace relations issues to watch in 2014-15
551. Government commences Fair Work Act reform
552. High Court majority applies Barclay decision to find “scab sign” dismissal was lawful
553. High Court says no implied duty of trust and confidence in contracts of employment
554. Legislation to change the 457 visa program requirements enacted
555. Legislation update: Transfer of business changes and fair entitlements guarantee
556. Mining and oil and gas safety prosecutions set to rise in the West
557. Much ado about something - Workplace bullying round up
558. New national Building Code issued and given legislative backing
559. New South Wales Supreme Court finds senior employee entitled to 10 months’ reasonable notice of termination
560. Restraints of trade - Cautionary tales for former and future employers
561. Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption
562. Bloomberg Law Reports: Social Media Around the World
563. Social media in the workplace - Risks for employees and lessons for employers
564. Social media in the workplace - Risks for employees and lessons for employers
565. Social media: Private life and work life collides again
566. The Oracle decision: Full Federal Court raises the bar for damages in sexual harassment cases
567. The ‘Trojan Horse’ - The (new) implied term of mutual trust and confidence in Australian contracts of employment
568. Top 10 Questions Employers Should Ask When Hiring and Firing in Australia
569. Victorian Supreme Court confirms tort of intimidation is part of Australian law
570. WA WHS Green Bill released for 3-month consultation period
571. Where next for IR reform?
572. Who employs labour hire workers? Fair Work Commission rejects the concept of ‘joint employment'
573. Workplace bullying claims will increase under Fair Work Commission’s anti-bullying jurisdiction
574. You can’t keep secret what you rely upon: Employer loses legal professional privilege in workplace investigation report
575. John W.H. Denton
576. John Tuck
577. Crowe & Dunlevy
578. Affordable Care Act Implementation Series - Advisory IV
579. Changes to COBRA Notices Required
580. Five New Year's Resolutions for the Human Resources Professional
581. Knowing Your Rights and Obligations When Interviewing with Investigators
582. Makin’ Copies - Judge’s Ruling on Unpaid Internships Makes the Training Staple a Risky Proposition for Employers
583. Oklahoma Supreme Court Rules Workers’ Compensation System Is Constitutional
584. Tenth Circuit: More Than Six Months of Leave Almost Never Required as a Reasonable Accommodation
585. Workers’ Compensation Commission’s Authority to Review Court of Existing Claims Decisions
586. Adam Childers
587. Leonard Court
588. Madalene A.B. Witterholt
589. Randall J. Snapp
590. Crowley Fleck Attorneys, PLLP
591. Amy Oster
592. Daniel D. Johns
593. Gary R. Wolberg
594. Cruz & Co.
595. Nicholas Cruz
596. Paul Borge
597. CSB Advocates
598. Balancing it out - Family and Employment
599. Business Sales
600. Court Practice and Procedure
601. Discrimination
602. Employee Representation and Industrial Relations
603. Employment law overview: Malta
604. Fighting Precarious Employment
605. Introduction of CSB Advocates to the ELA
606. Maternity and Family Leave Rights
607. Myth Busting – Taking a closer look at Malta’s Working Time Regulations
608. Protecting Business Interests Following Termination
609. Termination of Employment
610. Terms and Conditions of Employment
611. Updated Article | Life in the Sun: The Ease of Benefitting from Tax Residence in Malta
612. Andrew J. Zammit
613. Ann Bugeja
614. CWAssocies Morocco
615. Mohamed Oulkhouir
616. Day Pitney LLP
617. No More Automatic Service Charges?: IRS Ruling Impacts Treatment of Tips
618. USCIS Issues New Form I-9 for Employer Use
619. Daniel Schwartz
620. Francine Esposito
621. Glenn W. Dowd
622. Patrick J. McCarthy
623. Deacons
624. Clarification from Companies Registry on the Disclosure of Company Name
625. Deacon's Regulatory Alert: Unprecedented Order by the Court against Hontex International Holdings Company Ltd
626. Deacons awarded “Client Service Firm of the Year” by Chambers & Partners
627. Deacons Litigation and Dispute Resolution Newsletter-February 2014
628. Deacons HR and Pensions Newsletter - January 2013
629. Deacons HR & Pensions Newsletter - June 2012
630. Deacons-Human Resources and Pensions Newsletter, June 2013
631. Deacons' HR & Pensions Newsletter: October 2012
632. Deacons-Human Resources and Pensions Newsletter, October 2013
633. Deacon's Human Resources and Pensions Newsletter - May 2014
634. Deacons Human Resources and Pensions Newsletter
635. Deacons Legal Alert: The New Companies Ordinance Series (2)
636. Deacons Litigation and Dispute Resolution Newsletter-April 2014
637. Deacon's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Newsletter - October 2014
638. Deacon's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Newsletter - August 2013
639. Deacon's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Newsletter - December 2012
640. Deacon's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Newsletter - December 2012
641. Deacon's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Newsletter, /issue 3, 2012
642. Deacons Litigation & Dispute Resolution Newsletter - Issue 4, 2013
643. Deacons Litigation & Dispute Resolution Newsletter-September 2014
644. Deacons Newlsetter: The New Companies Ordinance Series (3) - Directors
645. Deacons Ltigation and Dispute Resolution Newsletter - April 2012
646. Court of Final Appeal rules that expiry of limitation period is to be assessed by looking at Indorsement on Writ and not Statement of Claim
647. Corporate Gifts for the Year of the Snake - A Timely Reminder of Hong Kong's Bribery Rules
648. Doctrine of Privity of Contract Reform – Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Bill
649. Gearing up for the New Companies Ordinance
650. Legal Considerations when Employing an Employee in Hong Kong
651. The new Companies Ordinance
652. The New Companies Ordinance Series (1) - Company Formation and Share Capital <br> 新《公司条例》系列 (1) - 公司组成及股本
653. Deacon's Human Resources and Pensions Newsletter - Janaury 2014
654. Legal Considerations when Employing an Employee in Hong Kong
655. Deacon's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Newsletter - August 2012
656. Deacon's Litigation & Dispute Resolution Newsletter - February 2013
657. Deacon's Litigation & Dispute Resolution Newsletter - June 2014
658. New Employment Laws in Hong Kong
659. Deacons Newlsetter: The New Companies Ordinance Series (4) - Reduction of Capital, Share Buy-back and Financial Assistance
660. Sun Hung Kai International Limited v SFC - Lessons for IPO sponsors in conducting due diligence and record-keeping
661. Top 10 Questions Employers Should Ask When Hiring and Firing in Hong Kong
662. Cynthia Chung
663. Demarest Advogados
664. Bloomberg Law Reports: Social Media Around the World
665. Cassia Fernanda Pizzotti
666. Renato Canizares
667. Sabrine Makkes
668. Sami Houerbi
669. Dinova Rusev & Partners
670. Amendments to the Bulgarian Labour Law
671. Anelia Dinova
672. Vesela Kabatliyska
673. Dinse, Knapp & McAndrew
674. Equal Pay
675. Dinse Brief: Federal Benefits for Same-Sex Spouses
676. Department of Labor Issues Final Rule and New FMLA Poster
677. NLRB Posting Requirement Suspended
678. Vermont Legislature Restricts Use of Credit Information in Employment Decisions
679. Vermont Passes New Layoff Warning Law
680. Vermont Supreme Court Issues Helpful Decision on What Constitutes “Cause” for Termination in Implied Employment Contracts
681. Vacation and Sick Leave Are NOT Accrued during Unpaid PFLA Leave.
682. Jeff McMahan
683. Jeffrey Nolan
684. Karen McAndrew
685. Leigh Polk Cole
686. Liz Kleinberg
687. Dinsmore & Shohl
688. LGBT Workplace Legal Developments
689. Regulating Employee Personal Conduct Through Employment Policies
690. Through An Employer's Eyes - The Nuts and Bolts of the Affordable Care Act
691. Workplace Safety, Security and Employee Gun Rights
692. Gregory P. Adams
693. Mike Hawkins
694. Michael S. Glassman
695. WEBINAR: A new year… A new game plan. How to respond to new, stricter rules from the NLRB
696. Dudley Rich Davis LLP
697. Adriane J. Dudley
698. Bennett Chan
699. Ebong & Eben
700. Emmanuel N. N. Eben
701. Fromont Briens
702. Controverse sur la Calcul des Budgets du Comite d'enterprise
703. Flash Update on Constructive Dismissal
704. La Formation Professionnelle Au Coeur de la Sécurisation de L’emploi
705. Marriage Equality in France: What Consequences for the Employers?
706. Vocational Training at the Heart of Companies’ Challenges in Terms of Competitiveness and Employability
707. A Landmark Reform of France’s Labour Law: Flexibility vs. Security, A Win-Win Arrangement?
708. Fromont Briens Launches Vocational Training Law Department
709. Mobilité des Salariés: Ce qui Change...(Première partie)
710. La Formation des Salariés au Cœur des Enjeux de Compétitivité et D’employabilité
711. The French Equal Treatment Principle and Employers’ Leeway in the Granting of Benefits
712. Sophie Pelicier Loevenbruck
713. Froriep
714. New Limitations on Senior Management Compensation in Switzerland
715. Roland Kaufmann
716. Vibeke Jaggi
717. Teshome Gabre-Mariam Bokan Law Offices
718. Tamrat Assefa Liban
719. Teshome Gabre-Mariam Bokan
720. Goldman Antonetti & Cordova, P.S.C.
721. Starting a Business in Puerto Rico
722. Tax Alert - Acts 20 and 22: Exportation of Services and Tax Incentives to Promote the Relocation of Individual Investors to Puerto Rico
723. Luis F. Antonetti
724. Vincent Antonetti
725. Garrigues
726. Laura Garcia Gordo
727. Vicente Calle
728. Gárdos, Füredi, Mosonyi, Tomori
729. New Labour Code was Adopted
730. Edina Zrónik
731. Katalin Furedi
732. Gray Plant Mooty
733. 2012 Benefit Plan Dollar Limitations--Update
734. 2013 Benefit Plan Dollar Limitations
735. 2014 Benefit Plan Dollar Limitations
736. A Whole New World for 403(b) Plans: IRS Establishes a Pre-Approved Plan Program
737. ACA Update: Changes to the Employer Mandate
738. Background Checks or Blacklists?
739. Rules of Civil Procedure Continue to Adapt to the Realities of Electronic Discovery
740. Post DOMA ERISA Guidance for treatment of Same Sex Marriage: Goin' to the Chapel... wherever it may be
741. Enforcement Delay Announced for HPID Nov. 5 Deadline
742. Fee Disclosure Deadline Extended
743. Introduction to the GPM Labor Law Audit
744. eBenefits Alert - Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow - Even Though Employer Pay or Play Requirements Are Delayed Until 2015
745. Employers: Health Care Reform Exchange Notice Requirement is "Back On"
746. IRS Provides Two New Status Changes for Cafeteria Plans
747. Minnesota's New Ban the Box Law Takes Effect January 1st
748. Get Ready! New Cyber Exclusions Coming in May 2014
749. New Goverment Contractor Affirmative Action Requirements for Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities Begin to Take Effect March 24, 2014
750. IRS Hears Wedding Bells - New Guidance for Same Sex Marriage under Federal Tax Laws
751. New Limits on Health Flex Plans Go Into Effect
752. Privacy Alert - NIST: Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure
753. Federal Court of Appeals Blocks NLRB's Notice Posting Rule, But New Election Rules Take Effect on April 30
754. Open Enrollment is Coming - Is Your Health Plan's Summary of Benefits and Coverage Ready?
755. Employers: Same-sex Marriage Decisions: What Now for Employee Benefits?
756. Employers: Same-sex Marriage in Minnesota: What Now for Employee Benefits?
757. The Modern Workplace—Changes Ahead for the Form I-9?
758. The Modern Workplace—Company Smartphones—Whose Data Is It?
759. The Modern Workplace—EEOC Breaks New Ground And Holds that Transgender Discrimination Violates Federal Law
760. The Modern Workplace—EEOC Focus on Criminal Background Checks and Ex-Offender Hiring
761. The Modern Workplace—EEOC Strengthens Discrimination Protections for Ex-Offenders
762. The Modern Workplace—Employees Fired for Wearing Orange?
763. The Modern Workplace—Federal Court of Appeals Blocks NLRB’s Notice Posting Rule, But New Election Rules Take Effect on April 30
764. The Modern Workplace—Gimme Your Password
765. The Modern Workplace—Here’s A Tip—Employees Need Guidance on Social Media
766. The Modern Workplace—Is That Contractor Truly “Independent?"
767. The Modern Workplace—It’s Been a Privilege
768. The Modern Workplace—It’s Telework Week!
769. The Modern Workplace—Minnesota's Governor Dayton Vetoes Litigation Reform Bills
770. The Modern Workplace—Passwords and Privacy
771. The Modern Workplace—Social Media Recommendations—A New Risk for Employers
772. The Modern Workplace—Technological Change in Employment Practices—The Law Struggles to Keep Up
773. The Modern Workplace—The Very Real Costs to Employers of Distracted Driving
774. The Modern Workplace—Unpaid Internships—The Best Thing Since Cupcakes or a Recipe for Disaster?
775. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (Feb 10, 2012)
776. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (Apr 06, 2012)
777. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (Apr 13, 2012)
778. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (Apr 20, 2012)
779. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (Apr 27, 2012)
780. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (Feb 17, 2012)
781. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (Feb 24, 2012)
782. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (Mar 16, 2012)
783. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (Mar 2, 2012)
784. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (Mar 23, 2012)
785. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (Mar 30, 2012)
786. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (Mar 9, 2012)
787. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (May 11, 2012)
788. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (May 18, 2012)
789. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (May 25, 2012)
790. The Modern Workplace—Week in Review (May 4, 2012)
791. The Modern Workplace—When was the last time you updated job descriptions?
792. Should You Update Your Approach to Background Checks
793. Carl Crosby Lehmann
794. Kathryn Nash
795. Megan Anderson
796. Mark Mathison
797. The Elephant in the Room: Common Wage and Hour Mistakes Regarding Employees and Interns
798. Graham Thompson
799. Michelle M. Pindling-Sands
800. Robert K. Adams
801. Gray Robinson
802. Court Rules that Pre-Employment Drug Testing by a Florida Public Employer of an Applicant for a Non-Safety Sensitive Position is Unconstitutional
803. Crackdown on Mis-classification of Independent Contractors
804. EEOC Sues Private Employers Claiming Bias Against Transgender Workers
805. State Preempts Employment Benefit Laws to Create Uniformity for Employers
806. Federal Contractors Face Challenges in OFCCP's New Disability and Veterans Regulations
807. National Labor Relations Board Re-Issues Election Rules
808. New Disclosure Obligations for Federal Contractors
809. New Form I-9 Required Effective May 7, 2013
810. OFCCP Increases Pressure on Federal Contractors
811. Penalty for Violations of EEOC Employment Law Posters Doubles
812. President Signs Executive Order Banning Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Discrimination by Federal Contractors
813. Reminder: New Laws Require Florida Employers to Timely and Adequately Respond to Claims for Reemployment Assistance (Unemployment) Benefits
814. The Defense of Marriage Act and Revenue Ruling 2013-17
815. USCIS Reaches FY2015 H-1B Cap During First Week for Second Year in a Row
816. U.S. Department of Labor Announces Final Rule that Expands the Family and Medical Leave Act
817. Nicolas J. Watkins
818. Susan T. Spradley
819. Jacksonville - 5th Annual Employment and Labor Law Seminar
820. Grimaldi Studio Legale
821. Breach of confidentiality by the employee
822. Collective agreements define dismissals for cause
823. Court of Milan (Labor Division) Delivers First Decision Regarding New Fast Track Trial Procedure for Dismissals, Disallowing Its Use
824. Discrimination & Equality Law Overview in Italy
825. Executive dismissal
826. Executive's collective dismissal
827. Increasing risks of dispute in case of collective dismissals
828. Indexes of presumption of employment shaped by case-law precedents
829. Italian Industrial and Trade-Union Relations Lawyer of the year
830. Lawfulness of the dismissal for economic reasons
831. New rules for work-on-project contracts
832. No mercy for discrimination
833. Sec. 18 of Workers' Statute as amended by Labor Reform No. 92/2012 does not apply to dismissal served before the implementation of said reform
834. The dismissal for objective reasons and its settlement
835. The employee can be reinstated in a different venue in case of unfair dismissal
836. The Italian Supreme Court delivers a decision on the indemnity due in case of conversion of fixed-term employment contracts
837. The new regulation of dismissals in the Bill submitted by the Italian Government
838. The reinstatement order between forcibility and non-compliance
839. The "Save-Italy" decree represents a risk for company restructurings
840. Trade Union Law and Industrial Relations
841. Angelo Zambelli
842. Gunster, Yoakley & Stewart, P.A.
843. Tourism and Hospitality Trends in Florida
844. G. Joseph Curley
845. Sarah Lea Tobocman
846. Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP
847. Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP's Stephen J. Hirschfeld Featured in ACC Docket Article
848. A Roadmap to Avoid Collective Actions Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, According to the U.S. Supreme Court
849. Natasha Baker Authors Article on USSC Fisher Case for Bloomberg Law
850. Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP's Natasha Baker Explores the U.S. Supreme Court's Fisher Ruling on Law360
851. ELA Higher Education Council Co-Chair and Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP Partner Natasha Baker Quoted on Law360
852. Brinker Brings Good News To California Employers
853. How to Comply With the Affordable Care Act: Four Things a California Employer Needs to Know
854. California Adopts Social Media Password Protection Bill
855. Can Employers Demand to See Employees’ and Applicants' Facebook Pages?
856. Court of Appeal Rules NLRB Lacks Quorum to Act
857. Employment Law Alliance CEO Honored With Legal Marketing Award
858. ELA Founder and CEO Stephen J. Hirschfeld Comments in the Daily Journal on NLRB’s Northwestern University Student Athlete Decision
859. ELA Founder and CEO Stephen J. Hirschfeld Quoted on Law360 Regarding College Athlete Unionization Efforts
860. Ninth Circuit Limits Employers' Remedies for Data Misappropriation
861. Employment Practice: Being both Investigator and Counsel
862. Esteemed Higher Education Lawyer, Christine Helwick, Joins Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP
863. The California Legislature Expands Accommodations In the Workplace to Religious Dress and Grooming Practices
864. For Multinational Companies, Addressing Foreign Labor Laws and Customs While Maintaining a Unique Culture can be Challenging
865. Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP's Dan Handman Addresses Issue of Guns on Campus in Daily Journal
866. Hirschfeld Kraemer's Christine Helwick Offers Perspective on Cross-Discipline Communication for Higher Education CFOs
867. Former California State University System General Counsel Christine Helwick Joins Hirschfeld Kraemer
868. ELA Founder and CEO Steve Hirschfeld Quoted on Major California Wage-and-Hour Case Brinker Restaurant Corp v. Superior Court
869. ELA Founder and CEO Stephen J. Hirschfeld Explores Challenge of Crafting Employee Handbooks for Multinational U.S. Companies
870. Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP Named One of the Top Employment Law Firms
871. Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP Names New Partner Natasha Baker
872. Hirschfeld Kraemer Partner Natasha Baker Elected to NACUA Board of Directors
873. Hirschfeld Kraemer's Christine Helwick Explores California's "Affirmative Consent" Law
874. ELA Founder and CEO Stephen J. Hirschfeld Addresses Global Handbook Issues on SHRM
875. HK's Carmen Plaza de Jennings and Jayne Chipman Discuss Cultivating Labor Peace with Adjunct Faculty in "The Higher Education Workplace"
876. Human Resource Executive Features Steve Hirschfeld Discussing Workplace Accomodations
877. Inside Higher Ed Article "Immigration Issues for Traveling Faculty" Provides Higher Education Council Perspective Across Globe
878. Immigration for Traveling Faculty Members
879. Immigration for Traveling Faculty Members
880. Natasha Baker Comments on Law360 Regarding SCOTUS Affirmative Action Decision
881. Higher Education Council Co-Chair Natasha Baker Quoted in Law360 Article “3 Lessons Employers Can Learn From Schools”
882. Press Release - Noted Labor Lawyer Stephen J. Hirschfeld on Why the NLRB ‘Jocks for Justice’ Ruling is not the End of College Football
883. Law360 Article “5 Best Practices For Firing Bad Employees” Quotes Stephen Hirschfeld
884. Hirschfeld Comments on California Appellate Decision on Pregnancy Discrimination for Law360
885. ELA Founder and CEO Stephen J. Hirschfeld Comments on California Supreme Court Mixed-Motive Discrimination Decision
886. Social Media Policies in the Workplace: It’s All About Respect
887. Steve Hirschfeld Details the Need to Couple Global Resources with On-the-Ground Access in Daily Journal
888. Welcome to 2014: Five Employment Law Trends You Need to Know
889. Where US And Korean Labor Laws Divide
890. Will Obama Tackle Guns in the Workplace?
891. Carmen Plaza de Jennings
892. Dan Handman
893. Glen Kraemer
894. Jayne Benz Chipman
895. Kirstin Muller
896. Kristin Oliveira
897. Karen Torres
898. Monte Grix
899. Natasha Baker
900. Robert Flemer
901. Stephen J. Hirschfeld
902. Can Anyone Ever Be Fired Anymore?
903. Conducting an Effective Internal Investigation
904. EEO Roundup: The Latest Legal Trends
905. Employee Monitoriing and Surveillance Across Borders
906. Hiring to Firing - Managing Risk from Beginning to End
907. Preparing for Grievance Arbitration
908. Sherlock Holmes…or Inspector Clouseau – How to Conduct Effective Internal Investigations
909. Steve Hirschfeld Presents EEO Roundup: Setting the New Standard at the NCHRA 2014 Legal & Legislative Conference
910. Steve Hirschfeld will present Employee Monitoring and Surveillance Across Borders at the xbhr Annual Conference
911. The Use (and Abuse) of the Independent Contractor Webinar
912. Title IX ASAP Training
913. Zero Tolerance: The Assessment and Prevention of Workplace Violence
914. Holland & Hart LLP
915. Affirmative Action by State University Requires Strict Scrutiny and No Workable Race-Neutral Alternatives
916. Complaining Employees Get Added Protection Under The Affordable Care Act
917. Arbitration Agreement Waiving Class Claims Upheld - What it Means for Employers
918. Hobby Lobby Decision: Closely Held Corporations Not Required to Provide Contraceptive Methods that Violate Owners’ Sincere Religious Beliefs
919. Code Section 409A Compliance Initiative Project
920. Discriminatory Background Checks? -- State AGs Accuse EEOC of Unlawful Expansion of Title VII
921. Divided Fifth Circuit Overturns D.R. Horton on Enforceability of Employer's Arbitration Agreement Prohibiting Class Claims
922. DOL Has Given Plans a One-Time Opportunity to Elect a New Deadline on When to Provide Participant Fee Disclosures
923. Under the DOMA No More: Supreme Court Ruling Will Affect Employee Benefit Plans
924. Buzz Kill: Employee Legally Fired For Off-Duty Marijuana Use
925. Employers Must Provide Notice of Exchange to Employees By October 1, 2013
926. U.S. Supreme Court Eliminates Fiduciary Protection for Employer Stock Investment
927. ERISA Plan's Limitation Period Is Enforceable, Says U.S. Supreme Court
928. Highlights of Fiscal Cliff Legislation on Employee Benefits
929. Quick Decision Needed if Employers Want to Allow Health Flexible Spending Account Carryovers to 2014
930. Don't forget Form 3921 for ISO and ESPP purchases!
931. Beat the H-1B Visa Cap By Filing On April 1, 2014
932. Eight Questions to Ask After Filing an H-1B
933. HIPAA Regulations Released
934. Holland & Hart Announces Best Lawyers® 2014 "Lawyers of the Year"
935. Notice of Exchanges - Employer Requirement Delayed
936. Have Marriage Certificate, Will Travel
937. DOJ Will Not Challenge State Marijuana Legalization Laws - New Federal Enforcement Policy Unlikely to Affect Colorado Employers
938. Plans Must Pay Per-Participant Fee on July 31, 2013
939. Utah Rejects Multi-Employer Worksite Doctrine:General Contractor Not Responsible for Occupational Safety of All Workers on Worksite
940. Nevada Restricts Employer Access to Social Media
941. Checklist for Complying with the New FMLA Regulations
942. Ninth Circuit Joins Growing Trend - Declines to Follow D.R. Horton and Upholds Arbitration Agreement Prohibiting Class Claims
943. NLRB Judge Strikes Down Employer's Dress Code Following "Slave" Shirt Discipline
944. D.C. Circuit Court Tears Down NLRB Poster Rule
945. President's Recess Appointments to NLRB Unconstitutional
946. NLRB Again Proposes Rules to Speed Union Elections
947. OFCCP Mails Pre-Thanksgiving Audit Notices to Federal Contractors
948. OFCCP Says April 2013 for Final Veterans and Disabled Regulations
949. Efforts to Strengthen OSHA Whistleblower Protections
950. Overtime Pay Exemptions to Change Pursuant to President Obama's Directive
951. “Partial Public Employees” Not Required to Pay Agency Fee to Union, Rules U.S. Supreme Court in Harris v. Quinn
952. Time to Pay the PPACA Piper! Proposed Regulations Provide Detail on "Pay or Play" Feature of Health Care Reform
953. New Pregnancy Discrimination Guidance Issued By The EEOC
954. Employers Benefit From Supreme Court Ruling On Title VII Retaliation Claims
955. Supreme Court Vance Decision Limits Supervisor Status for Harassment Liability
956. SOX Whistleblower Protection Extends to Employees of Private Contractors, According to Supreme Court
957. Bradley T. Cave
958. Chris Chrisbens
959. Judith A. Biggs
960. John Husband
961. Roger Y. Tsai
962. Scott E. Randolph
963. Steve Gutierrez
964. Ibrachy & Dermarkar
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966. Ashraf A. Abboud
967. Bahieldin El Ibrachy
968. Ice Miller LLP
969. Thirteen Ice Miller Attorneys Selected as Lawyer of the Year in Their Practice Areas
970. Absence Makes the Workplace . . . Stronger?
971. How to advise employees about government investigators
972. Ice Miller LLP Announces Sixty Seven Attorneys Named in Indiana Super Lawyers
973. Ice Miller Named one of "50 Best Law Firms for Women" by Working Mother & Flex-Time Lawyers
974. Ice Miller Ranked a Leading Law Firm in Indiana and Ohio by Chambers USA
975. Ice Miller Named a 2012 "Top 100" Law Firm for Diversity
976. Inflexible Leave Policies Violate the ADA, Right? Maybe Not
977. Non-Solicitation Agreements in the Age of LinkedIn
978. Say Yes to the Dress and Grooming Requests? EEOC Issues New Guidance Regarding Religious Accommodations
979. The Thing They Carried
980. To Quarantine or Not to Quarantine: What Employers Should Do Now About Infectious Diseases
981. Union Election Ordered for Northwestern University Football Team: NLRB Rules Scholarship Athletes Are Not 'Primarily Students,' They Are 'Employees'
982. What to do with the emotionally unstable employee?
983. Jenifer M. Brown
984. Michael A. Blickman
985. Tami Earnhart
986. Tara Sciscoe
987. Health Care Reform: Employer Obligations and Opportunities Under the Final Employer Penalty Regulations Seminar
988. Iraq Law Alliance, PLLC
989. IImpact of Recent Immigration Law Changes on Defence Contractors
990. Thomas W. Donovan
991. Jackson Kelly PLLC
992. Arbitrators' Construction of Class Arbitration Clauses Upheld Whether "Good, Bad or Ugly"
993. Colorado 2013 Labor and Employment Legislative Summary
994. Colorado's Legislative Session Creates New Family Leave Rules
995. Helping Your Business Deal with Anonymous Online Reviews, Posts, Chat Rooms, and Other Defamatory Statements
996. Employers’ Right to Remain Silent Protected by D.C. Circuit
997. Jackson Kelly Labor & Employment Update
998. Long-Awaited Decision Regarding Workplace Marijuana Use Released by Colorado Court of Appeals
999. NLRB Poised to Reframe Standard to Determine Joint Employer Statues
1000. Federal Judge Strikes Down Enforcement Provisions of NLRB "Notification of Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act" Regulations
1001. State Lawmakers Considering Adding "Sexual Orientation" as a Protected Class Under the West Virginia Human Rights Act and West Virginia Fair Housing Act
1002. Sixth Circuit Considers ADA and Collateral Estoppel
1003. Supreme Court Decision Addresses CAFA and Jurisdictional Maneuvering
1004. U.S. Supreme Court Holds FLSA Collective Actions Mooted By Offer of Judgment
1005. West Virginia Legislature Amends Wage Payment and Collection Act
1006. West Virginia State Supreme Court Finds 540 Pound Blackjack Dealer Not Disabled
1007. New WV Division of Labor Regulations Take Effect Regarding the Wage Payment and Collection Act
1008. Erin Magee
1009. Mary Hendrix
1010. Michael Schrier
1011. Roger A. Wolfe
1012. Jun He Law Offices
1013. ALB 2014 China Law Awards
1014. JunHe Labor Law Weekly
1015. 人社部正式颁布《劳务派遣暂行规定》
1016. China: Draft Labor Dispatch Regulations Issued
1017. Draft Regulations Issued Governing Employee-Created Inventions
1018. China: Immigration Law Takes Effect; Implementing Regulations Issued
1019. China - Labor Contract Law Amended
1020. Visa Review: Getting Tough on Foreigners
1021. Strategies and Secure IP Rights
1022. The Wall Street Journal Quotes ELA Member Jeffrey Wilson of Jun He Law Offices Regarding Apple's Workplace Reform Efforts in China
1023. Labor Dispatch Regulations Issued
1024. Rethinking Hiring Practices
1025. Top 10 Questions Employers Should Ask When Hiring and Firing in China
1026. Weekly
1027. Jeffrey Wilson
1028. Jennifer Russell
1029. Kamanzi, Ntaganira & Associates
1030. Désiré Kamanzi
1031. Kyriakides Georgopoulos Law Firm
1032. Effie G. Mitsopoulou
1033. Khan Lex Advocates
1034. Enkhbat B
1035. Kim & Chang
1036. KIM & CHANG Legal Newsletter, August 2014
1037. KIM & CHANG Legal Newsletter - February 2014
1038. Top 10 Questions Employers Should Ask When Hiring and Firing in South Korea
1039. C. W. Hyun
1040. Hee-Chul Hwang
1041. Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
1042. Business Immigration Alert: H-1B Cap Reached
1043. Recent Developments in Business Immigation Law
1044. Business Immigration Alert: The New Form I-9 Has Arrived
1045. Diversity Visa (Green Card) Lottery
1046. Employment Law Update July 2012
1047. Employment Law Update: November 2012
1048. H-1B Cap Reached
1049. H-1B Numbers About to Expire
1050. Human Resource Executive Magazine Names Four Kramer Levin Partners to 2013 List of Most Powerful Employment Attorneys
1051. Kramer Levin Business Immigration Alert: H-1B Cap Reached
1052. Recent Developments in Business Immigration Law
1053. Senate Bill on Comprehensive Immigration Reform Moves Out of the Judiciary Committee Into the Full Senate
1054. The NLRB Invalidates Employer’s Confidentiality Rule Prohibiting the Disclosure of Personal Employee Information
1055. Kevin Leblang
1056. Ted Ruthizer
1057. Kocián Šolc Balaštík
1058. Delta Pekárny, part of the United Bakeries group in the Czech Republic, Scores Important Victory before the ECHR
1059. Martin Šolc Elected Vice-President of International Bar Association
1060. Martin Šolc Elected Secretary-General of the International Bar Association
1061. Jiri Balastik
1062. Sasha Stepanova
1063. Kvale
1064. Lise Berntsen
1065. Nicolay Skarning
1066. Lathrop & Gage LLP
1067. Brinker v. Superior Court: The California Supreme Court Finally Hands Employers the Break They Have Been Waiting For
1068. New Version of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, Now Released
1069. Business Associate HIPAA Compliance
1070. Increase in Demand for H-1B Quota Suggests Employers Should Not Wait Beyond April 1, 2013, to File New H-1B Petitions
1071. Lathrop & Gage Victory in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit (Upholding Class Action Waiver in Arbitration Agreement) Widely Featured
1072. Recent Seventh Circuit Decision Illustrates Legal Pitfalls to Individuals Who Lose Personal Information
1073. Bridget Romero
1074. Rosalee McNamara
1075. 2013 Labor & Employment Executive Briefing
1076. Lee, Tsai & Partners
1077. ELA Member Jaclyn Tsai of Lee, Tsai & Partners Profiled in Cover Story in China's Foreign Trade Magazine
1078. Top 10 Questions Employers Should Ask When Hiring and Firing in Taiwan
1079. Elizabeth Pai
1080. Chung-Teh Lee
1081. Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP
1082. Sick Leave Law: The View from Wisconsin and Arizona
1083. Howard E. Cole
1084. Kristin Story
1085. Melanie Pate
1086. Mary Ellen Simonson
1087. Lex Caribbean
1088. test
1089. Marjorie Nunez
1090. Lionel Sawyer & Collins
1091. Locke Lord LLP
1092. Texas Enacts Uniform Trade Secrets Act
1093. Paul G. Nason
1094. Luqman Legal
1095. Abdulla Luqman
1096. Lydian
1098. The Continuity of Enterprises Act has been modified
1099. In the Case of a Cross-Border Employment Contract, the Flemish Decree on the Use of Languages Violates European Law
1100. Harmonisation Blue and White Collar Workers: Done or under Construction?
1101. Belgium: HR Managers Plead for Fundamental Change to Wage Indexing Mechanism
1102. The Simplified Liquidation: Clarification Expected
1103. New Belgian Arbitration Act enters into force on 1 September 2013
1104. Belgium: New Government - Expected Reforms
1105. DI RUPO I: Measures Affecting Your HR Policy in 2013
1106. Securing Rrights: A New Trend in HR
1107. The New Unified Status
1108. Belgium - Pay freeze for 2013 and 2014
1109. Belgium's new employment dismissal rules
1110. Belgium: Social Security Contributions Charged on Some Compensation for Special Protected Employees: the Government Took a Step Back
1111. Belgium - The New Insurance Act
1112. New Budget Control 2013 Measures and Recently Implemented Tax Measures
1113. Changes to the Flemish language decree
1114. "Class Actions" are now also possible in Belgium
1115. Justification of dismissal required as of 1 April 2014
1116. Lydian elected ‘Employment Law Firm of the Year 2012’
1117. Lydian Is Again Named "Employment Law Firm of the Year" in Belgium
1118. Employment, Pensions, and Benefits - April 2012
1119. Lydian Is Again Named "Employment Law Firm of the Year" in Belgium
1120. Social Security Contributions Charged - Belgium
1121. Lydian - Tax Newsletter, April 2012
1122. Sex-Neutral Pay: New Employer Obligations
1123. The Social Ruling Finally Becomes a Reality!
1124. Unpaid Company Representatives and Mandatory Social Insurance: Clarity at Last
1125. Alexander Vandenbergen
1126. Jan Hofkens
1127. Lynn, Jackson, Shultz & Lebrun, P.C.
1128. Jon C. Sogn
1129. A&JN Mabushi
1130. Test Article
1131. Augustin Mabushi
1132. Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal
1133. Employment trends and hot topics in 2010: what does 2011 hold?
1134. High inflation causes concern for employment
1135. Liability of directors following labour actions
1136. Marval Law Firm's Newsletter -- March 2013
1137. Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal Named Latin America Law Firm of the Year 2013
1138. Marval O' Farrell & Mairal News #127 - Abril / April 30, 2013
1139. Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal Included in Who's Who Legal 100
1140. Overview
1141. Privacy in the workplace
1142. Protecting employee privacy in the workplace
1143. Social networking in the workplace: rights and obligations
1144. The Current Importantce of Implementing Data Protection in Argentina
1145. Enrique M. Stile
1146. Julio Eugenio Texier
1148. Maynard Cooper & Gale, P.C.
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1150. The tax man cometh
1151. David M. Smith
1152. David B. Block
1153. Stephen D. Davis II
1154. Warren Lightfoot
1155. McKercher LLP
1156. Critical Distinctions between U.S. and Canadian Labour and Employment Law
1157. McKercher Honoured with National Pro Bono Award
1158. Brett J. Cavanaugh
1159. David M. A. Stack
1160. Meer & Hasan
1161. Farooq Amjad Meer
1162. Zeeshan Ashraf Meer
1163. Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
1164. According to OSHA, Union Representatives May Represent Non-Union Employees of Non-Union Employers during OSHA Inspections
1165. Are Union-Free Strikes Protected? The NLRB Thinks So
1166. Are Your Settlement and Severance Agreements Inviting Litigation Rather Than Preventing It?
1167. A $21 Million Lesson for Joint Employers
1168. Background Check Litigation Update
1169. Big Box Retailers and Major Fast Food Chains Targeted by Unions and NLRB
1170. Big Changes Coming to Federal Overtime Regulations
1171. California Appellate Court Breaks With the NLRB: Finds Federal Arbitration Act Trumps Employee Class Action Rights In Wage And Hour Suits
1172. Campaign to Raise Minimum Wage Scores Three More Significant Victories
1173. Circuit Split Creates Uncertainty Over Affordable Care Act Subsidies
1174. City of Milwaukee Approves Raise in Minimum Wage for City Employees
1175. Clearing the Air: Employers Should Consider Their Policies on Smoking in the Workplace to Keep Pace with the Rising Use of E-Cigarettes
1176. Collegiate Student-Athlete Union Seeks NLRB Recognition
1177. Compliance Date for New OFCCP Final Affirmative Action Rules is March 24, 2014
1178. Concerted Activity and Bullying One in the Same? The NLRB Says, “Yes.”
1179. Criminal Background Checks and the EEOC’s Aggressive Posture Towards Them
1180. “Deferred Action” and Work Authorization Will Soon be Available to Certain Young Persons Who Are Without Immigration Status
1181. DOL Proposes Changes to Definition of “Spouse” Under the Family and Medical
1182. Ebola Outbreak is a Reminder for All Employers to Review Crisis Management Plans
1183. EEOC Attacks Post Offer Medical History Gathering
1184. EEOC Takes Aim at High School Diploma Requirements for Employment as Potentially Disparately Impacting Individuals with Disabilities
1185. EEOC Provides Updated Guidance Regarding Employer Accommodations for Cancer, Epilepsy, Diabetes and Intellectual Disabilities
1186. Employee Benefit Implications of the Supreme Court Ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)
1187. Employee Time Off to Vote: What is Required for Employers in Illinois, Wisconsin and Throughout the Country?
1188. Employers Urged to Begin Preparation of New H-1B Petitions for April 1st Filing
1189. Exchange Notices Required by October 1, 2013; However No Penalty for Not Providing
1190. Fair Credit Reporting Act Background Checks Remain a Hot Topic
1191. California Appellate Court Breaks With the NLRB: Finds Federal Arbitration Act Trumps Employee Class Action Rights In Wage And Hour Suits
1192. Federal Government Shutdown: Employer Issues
1193. Big Changes Coming to Federal Overtime Regulations
1194. Fifth Circuit Overrules NLRB – U.S. Employers Can Require Employees to Resolve Disputes on Individual Basis, Not by Class Action
1195. Final Regulations Addressing Changes to Wellness Programs Issued
1196. Department of Labor Releases Final FMLA Regulations
1197. FTC and EEOC Issue Joint Guidance on Background Checks
1198. FY 2013 H-1B Cap Numbers Advancing Rapidly
1199. Government Following Up on H-1B Immigration Status Holders
1200. Employers Urged to Begin Preparation of New H-1B Petitions for April 1st Filing
1201. "Have you updated your employment application recently?"
1202. Health Plan Identifier (HPID) Adoption Deadlines Indefinitely Suspended
1203. Homosexual Male Worker Finds Protection under Title VII as “Sexually-Stereotyped”
1204. Illinois Enacts Concealed Carry Law
1205. Illinois Legislature Bans Employers from Demanding Facebook Password
1206. Illinois Supreme Court Strikes Down Illinois Eavesdropping Law
1207. In Affirming Pharmaceutical Reps’ Exempt Status, U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Defer to DOL
1208. IRS Clarifies How Plan Sponsors Should Handle Windsor Decision in Qualified Retirement Plans
1209. Keep Your “Friends” Close: Protecting Employers’ Ownership Interests in their Corporate Social Media
1210. Kraemer v. County of Milwaukee
1211. Michigan’s New Right to Work Law: What It Means for Employers, Workers and the Upper Midwest
1212. Michigan’s New Right to Work Law: What It Means for Employers, Workers and the Upper Midwest
1213. Minimum Wage Issue Spreading to the Private Sector
1214. Newly-Revised OSHA Hazard Communication Standard Will Align Law with United Nations’ Global Harmonization System
1215. New OSHA Rule Requires Employers to Self-Report Severe Injuries Which Will Be Made Public
1216. New Version of Form I-9 Now Available
1217. NLRB and DOJ Formalize a Collaborative Relationship to Facilitate Enforcement of Labor and Immigration Laws
1218. NLRB Issues First Social Media Decision
1219. NLRB Poster Rule Finally Dead
1220. NLRB Regional Office Rules That Collegiate Athletes Are “Employees”
1221. NLRB Rulemaking Again Found Invalid by Federal Court
1222. NLRB’s Poster Rule is Rejected by D.C. Circuit Court
1223. No Free Lunch: Navigating the Legal World of Unpaid Internships
1224. Notices of Pending Compliance Reviews Issued to Contractors
1225. OFCCP Issues Final Affirmative Action Rules Setting Hiring and Utilization Goals for Individuals with Disabilities and Veterans
1226. OSHA Amends Proposed Electronic Injury and Illness Regulation
1227. OSHA Proposes to Revise Silica Standards and Extends Comment Period
1228. OSHA Targets Dairy Product Businesses – Are You a Target?
1229. OSHA Targets Workplaces with High Injury Rates – Are You a Target?
1230. Overcoming the EEOC’s Challenge Against the Use of Covenants Not to Sue in Severance Agreements
1231. Picture This: The National Labor Relations Board’s Division of Advice Wants to Sue Employer for Issuing Social Media Policy with Photo/Video Ban
1232. Premature EEOC Guidance Takes Expansive View of Employers’ Obligations to Provide Accommodations to Pregnant Workers and Sets the Stage for Potential Conflict with the U.S. Supreme Court
1233. President Signs Executive Order Limiting Use of Arbitration Agreements among Certain Federal Contractors
1234. Pressure Mounts Against Fast-Food and Retail Industries to Increase the Minimum Wage, as Strikes and Protests Increase
1235. Private Sector Employees Can be Held Individually Liable for Employment Retaliation Under Recent Seventh Circuit Decision
1236. Recent Case Prompts Employers To Reconsider The Consideration Provided For Restrictive Covenants
1237. Reminder: OSHA Hates (Most) Safety Incentive Programs
1238. Repeal of Compensatory and Punitive Damages Available Under Wisconsin’s Employment Discrimination Law
1239. Sick Leave Law: The View from Wisconsin and Arizona
1240. What are the Strategic Implications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in Genesis Healthcare v. Symczyk?
1241. Supreme Court Rejects Key Parts of Arizona’s Immigration Enforcement Law
1242. Supreme Court Rules that Closely Held, For-Profit Corporations Can Opt Out of Certain Contraceptive Coverage Requirements for Employees
1243. Take Your Ball and Go Home: Alex Rodriguez Withdraws Lawsuit
1244. The Beat Goes On: Unions Ramp Up Pressure on Minimum Wage
1245. The Impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s DOMA Decision on Employers
1246. The NLRB at it Again: Blanket Rules Prohibiting Employees from Discussing Ongoing Investigations Violates NLRA Absent “Legitimate and Substantial Justification”
1247. The NLRB Clarification Regarding Confidential Investigation Policies
1248. The NLRB Revives Controversial Expedited Election Rules
1249. The NLRB’s First “Facebook Firing” Decision: It Has Little To Do With Firings for Facebook Posts About the Workplace
1250. The NLRB’s Poster Requirement Further Delayed Pending Ruling from the D.C. Circuit Court
1251. The NLRB’s Third Social Media Report: One Size Does Not Fit All
1252. The Seventh Circuit Breaks from the Pack; Prohibits Employers from Challenging the EEOC’s Pre-Lawsuit Conciliation Efforts
1253. The Shame Game: U.S. Department of Labor Smartphone App Will Allow Public to Effortlessly Scrutinize Business Employment Practices
1254. The stakes are being raised on worker classification decisions
1255. The Supreme Court Narrows Employer Liability for Retaliation and Harassment
1256. The Unions Are Coming…The Unions Are Coming! We Don’t Need Paul Revere’s Lantern To See Who’s Coming!
1257. Two Significant First Quarter Developments in Occupational Safety and Health
1258. UAW and VW Efforts to Establish First Works Council in the U.S. Fails
1259. Unconstitutionality of Recess Appointments Has Far Reaching Repercussions on Labor and Financial Issues
1260. Unconstitutionality of Recess Appointments Has Far Reaching Repercussions on Labor and Financial Issues
1261. U.S. Supreme Court Continues to Uphold Arbitration Agreements
1262. U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Hear Wisconsin’s Same-Sex Marriage Case
1263. U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Recess Appointments to NLRB in Noel Canning Case
1264. U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Health Care Reform Law
1265. Virtual Communications with Real Consequences: Terminations for Social Media Posts Continue to Draw the Attention of the NLRB
1266. U.S. Department of Labor’s Expansion of FLSA Minimum Wage and Overtime Pay Requirements for In-Home Care Workers Will Impact Third-Party Employers’ Bottom Lines
1267. What are an Employer’s Obligations to Engage in a Meaningful ADA Interactive Process During an Employee’s Suspension Pending Termination?
1268. What Happens at Home Stays at Home?
1269. Wisconsin Act 10 Dane County Decision
1270. Wisconsin Enacts Law Limiting Employer Access to Employees’ Personal Social Media Accounts
1271. Wisconsin Federal Court Recognizes Same-Sex Marriage: How Does This Affect the Administration of an Employer’s Employee Benefits?
1272. Wisconsin Modifies Wage Law’s Recordkeeping Requirements
1273. Wisconsin Supreme Court Upholds Wisconsin Public Sector Collective Bargaining Reforms
1274. David Croysdale
1275. Jose A. Olivieri
1276. Scott C. Beightol
1277. 26th Annual Labor and Employment Relations Law Seminar
1278. Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone, P.L.C.
1279. Be Careful When Searching Student Cell Phones, Sixth Circuit Warns
1280. Be careful when searching student's cell phones
1281. "But for" causation must be used in Title VII retaliation cases, U.S. Supreme Court says
1282. Deadline for Certain “Obama Care” Notice Requirements Delayed
1283. Employee Motivation For Making a Whistleblower Claim Is Not Relevant Under WPA, MSC Rules
1284. Final Regulations Issued for 2009 FMLA Amendments
1285. Firing Non-Union Employee’s for Facebook Posts Violated NLRA
1286. Michigan Ban on School Employee Union Dues Deductions Legal
1287. Michigan Becomes 24th Right to Work State
1288. Michigan Becomes the Latest State to Enact So-Called "Facebook Passwords" Law
1289. Michigan Court of Appeals Approves Health Benefits for Unrelated Co-Residents of State Employees
1290. Michigan’s Internet Privacy Protection Act and Its Effect on Educational Institutions
1291. Michigan’s Internet Privacy Protection Act
1292. Michigan Supreme Court Issues Opinion on State’s Foreclosure Statute
1293. New Form I-9 Available
1294. NLRB Notice Posting Requirement Violates Employers’ Right to Free Speech
1295. Open Meetings Act Now Requires Additional Notice for Special Meetings
1296. Random Border Searches of Electronic Devices - Is an End in Sight?
1297. Right-to-Work: What Does It Mean for Michigan Employers?
1298. Right-To-Work: What Does the Effective Date Mean to Your Workplace?
1299. U.S. Supreme Court Enforces Class Action Arbitration Waivers Despite Claim That Cost of Arbitrating Exceed Potential Recovery
1300. U.S. Supreme Court Rejects EEOC’s “Nebulous” Definition of “Supervisor” under Title VII
1301. Adam S. Forman
1302. Andrzej Czopski
1303. Wojciech Babicki
1304. Kate Koppenhoefer
1305. Kurt Sherwood
1306. Richard Warren
1307. Miller Nash LLP
1308. 2012 Oregon Legislative Update
1309. Regular Attendance Is An Essential Job Function For Most Job Positions
1310. New Summary of Benefits and Coverage Requirement for Group Health Plans
1311. Century-Old Blacklisting Statutes Provide Unsuccessful Applicants With Potential Cause of Action
1312. EEOC Takes Aim at Criminal Background Policies--Check Yours Now Before Your Company Is a Target
1313. New Seattle Ordinance Affects How Employers May Use Criminal-History Information in Personnel Decisions
1314. Another Suggested Employee Handbook Revision, Courtesy of the NLRB - For Your Consideration
1315. Employer Recovers Attorney Fees from Fired Employee Who Lost Lawsuit for Discretionary Bonus
1316. Court Defers to Employer's Designation of Essential Function of Job
1317. Employers Should Expect Fallout After Senate Agreement to Avoid "Nuclear Option"
1318. New Fee Disclosure Requirements for Plans With Participant-Directed Investments
1319. Law Firms Miller Nash and Graham & Dunn Announce Combination
1320. Miller Nash Labor and Employment Legislative Upates
1321. New Fee Disclosure Requirements Under ERISA Section 408(b)(2)
1322. Heads Up! There's a New Form I-9, and Employers Should Begin Using It Now
1323. Ninth Circuit Rejects Argument That Employment Arbitration Agreement With Class Action Waiver Violates the National Labor Relations Act
1324. Don't Get Out Those Thumbtacks Just Yet: A Federal Court Has Held That the National Labor Relations Board (the "NLRB") Cannot Require Notice Posting
1325. National Labor Relations Board's Ambush Election Rules Are Shot Down by Federal Court—for Now, the Old Rules Still Apply
1326. Not So Fast—National Labor Relations Board's Quickie Election Rules Continue to Be Blocked by Federal Court
1327. Federal Court of Appeals Holds NLRB Recess Appointments Unconstitutional
1328. Finally, Some Good News From the National Labor Relations Board: A Safe Harbor for Employee Handbook At Will Language
1329. NLRB Decisions In Doubt? The Supreme Court Cans Recess Appointments
1330. Update: NLRB Suspends Posting Rule Indefinitely
1331. NLRB Ambush Union Election Rules Are Back On Track. Is Your Company Ready?
1332. Oregon Refines the Employment Relationship
1333. Who Invited You? OSHA Opens the Door to Union Participation in Safety Inspections at Nonunion Companies
1334. Beware of the Halloween Surprise: Final Rules for the Portland Sick Leave Ordinance Include Hidden Traps: Questions and Answers
1335. Portland Sick Leave Ordinance Poster and Notice Now Available
1336. Revoking an "At-Will" Job Offer Just Got Riskier for Oregon Employers
1337. Seattle Paid Sick and Safe Leave Ordinance to Take Effect on September 1, 2012
1338. Self-Insured Health Plans and PCORI Fees
1339. Buyer Beware: Unwary Business Purchasers Could Be Unknowingly Buying Into a Union
1340. BOLI Suspends Proposed Regulation Concerning Veterans' Preference in Public Employment
1341. Washington Court Creates Another Hurdle for Employers Using Independent Contractors
1342. Business As Usual--Washington's Marijuana Initiative Unlikely To Have Any Effect On Employer Drug-Testing Policies
1343. Recent Washington Supreme Court Decision Creates Confusion for Religious Employers
1344. NLRB Posting Requirement Is Dead, but the Noel Canning Case Is Very Much Alive -- So What Can You Expect From the National Labor Relations Board in 2014?
1345. Bruce Rubin
1346. Frank VanDusen
1347. Jennifer Divine
1348. Michael Porter
1349. Naomi Levelle-Haslitt
1350. Susan Stahlfeld
1351. MMAKS Advocates
1352. Moses J. Adriko
1353. Rachel Mwanje Musoke
1354. Modrall Sperling Roehl Harris & Sisk
1355. Does Joint and Several Liability Apply to Licensees in Dram Shop Cases?
1356. Three from Modrall Sperling Honored in Top 250 Women in Litigation
1357. 30 Lawyers from Modrall Sperling Selected by Southwest Super Lawyers 2012
1358. “Tribal” vs. “Indian” Employment Preference
1359. Dealing with Tribal Traditional Law: The Navajo Supreme Court Develops a Practical Jurisprudence.
1360. Anna Indhal
1361. George R. McFall
1362. Samantha Adams
1363. Morgan, Brown & Joy
1364. Massachusetts Voters Approve Earned Sick Leave
1365. Robert P. Joy
1366. Morgan & Morgan
1367. The Republic of Panama: A Hub for Multinationals
1368. Mercedes Arauz de Grimaldo
1369. Mourant Ozannes
1370. Helen Ruelle
1371. McLennan Ross, LLP
1372. Accelerated LMOs
1373. Accommodation of Religious Beliefs at School
1374. B.C. Arbitrator Provides Perspective on Random Drug and Alcohol Testing Policies
1375. Bill 3 - Proposed Amendments to PIPA
1376. Countdown to Canada’s New Anti-Spam Law - Issues You Need to Know and Act On Now
1377. Can an Employer be Forced to Give up Copies of Internal Investigation Reports?
1378. Can a Statement Made to an Alberta OHS Officer be used as Evidence in a Criminal Proceeding?
1379. Changes to the Definitions of "Low-Wage" and "High-Wage"
1380. Common Interest Privilege: The Risks of Sharing Work
1381. Compassionate Care Leave Now Applies to Alberta
1382. Countdown to Canada’s New Anti-Spam Law - Issues You Need to Know and Act On Now
1383. Countdown to Canada’s New Anti-Spam Law - Issues You Need to Know and Act On Now
1384. D.A.R.R.P.P. Begins
1385. Did You Commit to More in Your Collective Agreement Than Your Insurance Covers?
1386. Direct Service Providers: A Caution
1387. Critical Distinctions between U.S. and Canadian Labour and Employment Law
1388. Employer on the Hook for Longer Notice Period Despite Period of Absence and "New" Employment
1389. Environmental and OHS Class Actions: Playing for "Keeps"
1390. Expanded Guidelines for Work Permits for Intra-Company Transferees with Specialized Knowledge
1391. How Much Federal Work Do You Have To Do To Come Under Federal Labour Jurisdiction?
1392. Immigration Pilot Project Extended
1393. Insuring Against Disability and Loss of Life After Terminations Without Just Cause
1394. McLennan Ross Legal Counsel Newsletter - Fall 2014
1395. New Definition of "Dependent Child" Effective August 1
1396. New Duty of Honest Performance
1397. New Federal Labour and Human Rights Legislation
1398. New Skilled Trades Immigration Stream to be Created
1399. Pre-Access Testing Rejected in Ontario
1400. Privacy Commissioner Underlines Importance of Workplace Technology Policies
1401. “Reasonable Notice” Required Both Ways
1402. Receipt of Pension Benefits does not Reduce Damages for Wrongful Dismissal
1403. Restrictive Covenants in a Sale of Business Given Broad Scope
1404. SCC Signals Caution Over Random Testing
1405. SCC to Hear Random Alcohol Testing Case
1406. Smile for the Camera!
1407. Stress Claims Under Stress
1408. Suncor's Implementation of Random Testing on Hold
1409. Time Off to Vote
1410. University of Saskatchewan Announces New Labour-Management Relations Certificate Course
1411. Watch Those Collective Agreement Time Limits!
1412. Whistleblower Legislation Places New Obligations on Public Sector Employers
1413. Gerhard Seifner
1414. Glenn D. Tait
1415. Teresa R. Haykowsky
1417. Human Rights for School Jurisdictions Webinar
1418. Interviewing Witnesses for OHS and Environmental Cases Webinar
1419. Labour & Employment Full-Day Seminar
1420. 2013 Labour & Employment Year-in-Review Seminar
1421. McLennan Ross 2011 Employment Law Year in Review Seminar - Calgary
1422. McLennan Ross 2011 Employment Law Year in Review Seminar - Yellowknife
1423. Northern Territories 2011 Employment Law Year in Review Webinar
1424. Using Social Media for Business Purposes Webinar
1425. Workplace Harassment & Workplace Respect Programs Webinar
1426. Musa Dudhia & Company
1427. Arshad Dudhia
1428. Albert Najm & Ziad Najm Law FIrm
1429. Ziad Najm
1430. Naschitz Brandes
1431. Hi-Tech Employees Can File for Service Invention Compensation Regardless of Employment Agreement
1432. The Law for the Enhancement of Enforcement of Labor Laws is now in force
1433. Regulations to Encourage the Integration and Promotion of Women at Work and Cultivating Jobs for Women
1434. Israeli Supreme Court Sets New Legal Test of Tort Liability in Negligence /מבחן חדש לאחריות נזיקית ברשלנות בפסיקת בית המשפט העליון
1435. The Labour Court hands down a Judgment on Compensation for Mental Anguish in favour of the Employer/בית הדין לעבודה: ניתן לפסוק פיצוי בגין עוגמת נפש גם לטובת המעסיק
1436. Israel Supreme Court: Statutory Provisions Regarding Minimum Wage in the Minimum Wage Law
1437. Amendment No. 10 to the Prevention of Sexual Harassment Law – Publication of a Photograph, Film or Tape of a Person Focusing on Their Sexuality
1438. Pnina Broder Manor
1439. Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP
1440. Sue Erwin Harper
1441. Andreas Neocleous & Co
1442. Nicholas Ktenas
1443. Nyemaster Goode, P.C.
1444. Eighth Circuit Validates Class Action Waivers in FLSA Cases
1445. Katie Graham
1446. Mary E. Funk
1447. Neal K. Westin
1448. Estudio Juridico Otero
1449. Estudio Juridico Otero - October 2013 Newsletter
1450. Dolores Echeverria
1451. Gerardo Otero
1452. Palacios, Ortega & Asociados
1453. Palacios, Ortega y Asociados Named Best Banking and Finance Firm in Venezuela
1454. Luis Esteban Palacios
1455. Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP
1456. According to Ninth Circuit, Employee Can Decline Use of FMLA Leave for Qualifying Reason
1457. ADAAA Expanded Ability of Parents to Take FMLA Leave for Disabled Adult Son or Daughter
1458. ADA Accommodation Obligation Does Not Have to Involve Essential Function
1459. ADA Allows Imposition of Special Conditions for Substance Abusers
1460. ADA Does Not Protect Use of Medical Marijuana
1461. Affirmative Action Plan Changes to Disability and Veterans Hiring Take Effect March 24
1462. Agencies Release Proposed Rules on Excepted Benefits Under HIPAA and the ACA
1463. Alleged Interference With Green Card Process Not National Origin Discrimination
1464. Alleged Lie on ADEA Release Does Not Invalidate Its Terms
1465. Allowing Employee to Seek Voluntary Shift Swaps is Adequate Accommodation of Religious Beliefs
1466. American Taxpayer Relief Act Expands Opportunities for In-Plan Roth Conversions
1467. ANSI Issues Safety Standard for Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers
1468. Applicant Alleging Transgendered Discrimination Did Not Show Employer Knew of Protected Status
1469. Are Employees' Twitter Followers Company Property?
1470. Asking Another Worker to Move Heavy Objects Not a Required ADA Accommodation
1471. Burden on Co-Workers Not Enough to Deny Religious Accommodation Request
1472. California Employers Do Not Need to Guarantee No Work Meal Breaks
1473. Casually Mentioning Parents' Health Condition is Not FMLA Leave Request
1474. Census Bureau Begins Release of Demographic Data Used in Affirmative Action Plans
1475. CFPB Warns Employers About Payroll Card Abuses
1476. Companies Run by Owner's Son Liable for Pension Contributions as Successor Employers
1477. Company Owner Sentenced 10-20 Years for Workplace Safety Violations
1478. Company Selling Assets Must Include Employees on Military Leave in List of Employees Available for Hire
1479. Complaints About Attempted Matchmaking Not Protected Activity Under Title VII
1480. Controlled Groups and the Affordable Care Act
1481. Correction
1482. Deadline Approaches for First Quarterly Fee Disclosures for Participant-Directed Account Plans
1483. Department of Health and Human Services ("HHS") Releases Long-Awaited HIPAA Omnibus Regulations
1484. Disabled Trainee Not Required to Show Final Job Qualifications to Maintain ADA Claim
1485. Dispute Over FMLA Paperwork Not Adequate Basis to Terminate Employee
1486. Does Employing a Single Outside Salesperson Make You an Employer Under that State's Law?
1487. DOJ Sues Restaurant Under ADA For Refusing Service to Customers With Genetic Skin Disorder
1488. DOL Announces Delay to Home Care Worker Wage Regulations
1489. DOL Finalizes Extension of Minimum Wage and Overtime Coverage to Home Care Workers
1490. DOL Guidance Addresses Reach of 403(b) Plan Safe Harbor
1491. DOL Investigates Chargers for Youth Labor and Minimum Wage Violations
1492. DOL Issues Updated Model COBRA Notices
1493. DOL Proposes New Federal Contractor Minimum Wage to Carry Out Executive Order
1494. DOL Proposes to Extend FMLA Definitions of Spouse to All Same-Sex Marriages
1495. DOL Says FMLA Leave for Disabled Adult Child Does Not Depend on Date of Onset of Condition
1496. DOL Says No WARN Notice Required for Defense Contractors Fearful of Sequestration Layoffs
1497. DOL to Extend FMLA Protections to Same-Sex Spouses
1498. DOL Updates Procedures for Locating Missing Participants in Defined Contribution Plans
1499. DOT Announces Federal Clearinghouse for Driver Drug and Alcohol Testing Information
1500. DOT Changes Driver Break Rules
1501. DOT Medical Certification Rules Change January 30
1502. DOT Proposes to Fine Motor Carriers and Others Who Coerce Drivers to Violate Safety Rules
1503. EAP's Transfer of Counselor Who Refused to Advise Same-Sex Couples Not Religious Discrimination Under Title VII
1504. Economic Downturn Resulted in Unforeseeable Economic Circumstances Excusing WARN Notice
1505. EEOC Adds Equal Pay as Enforcement Priority
1506. EEOC Affirms Criminal Background Check Policy
1507. EEOC Believes That Partners Can Be Employees for Age Discrimination Purposes
1508. EEOC Criminal Background Check Guidelines Require Employers to Take Current Work Performance Into Account
1509. EEOC Focuses Resources on Pregnancy Refusal to Hire Claims
1510. EEOC Issues Final Rule on Employer Defenses to Disparate Impace Age Discrimination Claims
1511. EEOC Issues FY 2014 Performance Report
1512. EEOC Issues New Guidance on Accommodation of Religious Dress and Grooming in the Workplace
1513. EEOC Issues Pregnancy Discrimination Guidance
1514. EEOC Legal Counsel Says Blanket Policy Prohibiting Alcoholic Employees From Drinking Could Violate ADA
1515. EEOC Reaches First Consent Order Settlement Under GINA
1516. EEOC Releases FY 2012 Charge Statistics
1517. EEOC Says Confederate Flag T-Shirt May Have Created Hostile Work Environment
1518. EEOC Says Failure to Provide Contraceptive Coverage May Violate Title VII
1519. EEOC Says Questions Contained in Employer-Sponsored Integrity Test Do Not Violate Title VII or ADA
1520. EEOC Says Title VII Prohibits Discrimination Against Transgendered Persons
1521. EEOC Settles GINA Claim Against Employer That Solicited Family Medical Histories
1522. EEOC Sues Another Employer Over Separation Agreement Language
1523. EEOC Sues CVS Over Broad Release Language in Severance Agreements
1524. EEOC Sues Employer for Imposing "Onionhead" Religious Beliefs
1525. EEOC Sues Employer for Requiring Medical Details as Part of Sick Leave Approval
1526. EEOC Sues Honeywell for Biometric Screening Requirement in Wellness Plan
1527. EEOC Sues Two Employers for Terminating Transgendered Employees
1528. Eighth Circuit Affirms OSHA's Authority to Change Interpretation of Safety Rules Over Time
1529. Eighth Circuit Says Termination Made to Lower Health Care Costs Constitutes Age Discrimination
1530. Election Likely to Continue Current Federal Labor Trends
1531. Eleventh Circuit Affirms Ability to Obtain Release of FMLA Claims
1532. Eleventh Circuit Avoids Applicability of Equitable Estoppel to Non-Eligible FMLA Leave
1533. Eleventh Circuit Rejects Employee's Request for FMLA Leave for Possible Health Conditions
1534. Eleventh Circuit Rejects First Appellate Claim of Violation of FLSA's Breastfeeding Protections
1535. Eleventh Circuit Rejects Sex Discrimination Claim by FedEx Driver Who Claimed Pterodactyl Hit Van
1536. Eleventh Circuit Says Title VII's Anti-Retaliation Procedures Do Not Protect Internal Investigators
1537. Eleventh Circuit Upholds $83,000 Fine Against Employer for Failure to Send COBRA Dental Coverage Notice
1538. Employee Chemical Sensitivities May Require Extensive Employer Accommodations
1539. Employee Could Not Prove Non-Fraternization Policy Resulted in Race Discrimination
1540. Employee Experiencing Repeated Heart Problems at Work Presented Direct Threat Under ADA
1541. Employee Must Know About Harassment to Use It as Evidence of a Hostile Environment
1542. Employee Must Show Existence of Disability Even Post-ADAAA
1543. Employee Needing Extended Leave of Absence Not Qualified to Perform Essential Job Functions
1544. Employee's Behavior During EEOC Mediation Leads to Justifiable Termination
1545. Employee's Discomfort Not the Same as Sexual Harassment
1546. Employee-Services.Net, Inc. Sued for Failure to Remit Tax Withholdings
1547. Employee's Failure to Note Missed Breaks in Timekeeping System Defeats FLSA Claim
1548. Employees Must Provide Employer With Notice of Need for Religious Accommodation
1549. Employee Suing Based on Withdrawn Job Offer Must Prove Disabled Status
1550. Employee's Unexplained Rejection of Accommodation Attempts Dooms ADA Claim
1551. Employee Warned About Absenteeism Prior to FMLA Leave Cannot Prove Discrimination
1552. Employee Who Complained of Harassing Calls Never Identified Them as Sexual in Nature
1553. Employer Cannot Delay Reinstatement of National Guard Member
1554. Employer Cannot Force Employee Into Counseling Over Extramarital Workplace Affair
1555. Employer Entitled to Fire Employee Who Lied About Prior Drug Abuse and Treatment on Applicant Medical Inquiry
1556. Employer Mandate Delayed Until 2015
1557. Employer Not Required to Accommodate Employee With Disabled Child
1558. Employer Not Required to Provide Employee's Preferred Religious Accommodation
1559. Employer Plan's Deadline for Filing ERISA Lawsuits Upheld
1560. Employer Plan's Deadline for Filing ERISA Lawsuits Upheld
1561. Employer Review of Employee's Cell Phone Not Stored Communications Act Violation
1562. Employers Cautioned to Examine Retirement Plan Service Provider Compensation
1563. Employer's Failure to Provide Timely FMLA Paperwork Creates No Claim Absent Proof Employee Was Able to Work
1564. Employers Finally Win NLRB Facebook Case
1565. Employers May Have Disclosure Obligations Under Recent DOL Regulations
1566. Employers Should Begin Using New FMLA Forms as of Today
1567. Employer Threatened with Legal Action Over Broad Use of Non-Competition Agreements
1568. Employer Wins Sexual Harassment Claim Using "Equal Opportunity SOB" Defense
1569. Enforcing Salary Ranges Not Age Discrimination
1570. Equal Pay Act Requires That Starting Salary Differences Eventually Disappear if Performance is Equivalent
1571. E-Verify Unavailable During Government Shutdown
1572. Extended Accommodations Process Not Unreasonable Under ADA
1573. Facebook Photos Doom FMLA Retaliation Claim
1574. Failure to Advise Employee of Consequences of Not Returning Medical Certification Form Results in FMLA Interference Verdict
1575. Failure to Limit Scope of North Carolina Non-Compete Dooms Another Attempt to Restrict Former Employees
1576. Failure to Provide Anticipated Date of Return to Work Does Not Disqualify Employee From FMLA Leave
1577. Failure to Provide Return to Work Date Dooms ADA Claim
1578. Falling Asleep on the Job Still Can Disqualify Employees From Unemployment Benefits in North Carolina
1579. Family Consultations on Care Choices for Ill Parent Qualify as FMLA Leave
1580. Federal ALJ Finds Standard Employee Confidentiality Agreement Language to Violate NLRA
1581. Federal ALJ Says Ban on Voice Recording Does Not Violate NLRA
1582. Federal ALJ Says Confidentiality and Non-Disparagement Provisions in Employment Agreement Violate NLRA
1583. Federal ALJ Says Employer's Dress Code Cannot Prohibit Insignia or Other Message Clothing
1584. Federal ALJ Says Social Media Policy Cannot Require Employees to State That Their Opinions Are Not Those of the Company
1585. Federal Appellate Court Rejects DOL Position That Mortgage Brokers are FLSA Non-Exempt
1586. Federal Appellate Courts Split on Use of Fluctuating Workweek to Calculate Overtime Payments
1587. Federal Appellate Court Voids NLRB Recess Appointments
1588. President Obama Issues New Executive Orders Affecting Federal Contractors' Employment Practices
1589. Federal Court Dismisses EEOC Lawsuit Challenging CVS Severance Agreement and Release
1590. Federal Court Invalidates NLRB Quick Election Rules
1591. Federal Courts Block NLRB Posting Requirement
1592. Federal Courts Split on Automatic Assignment of Disabled Employee to Alternative Position
1593. Federal Court Upholds NLRB Poster Rule But Discards Penalties
1594. Federal District Court Rejects Challenges to Employee Non-Solicitation Agreement
1595. Federal Judge Refuses to Apply North Carolina Wrongful Discharge Law to Constructive Discharge
1596. Federal Judge Rejects EEOC's Attempt to Block Honeywell's Wellness Program
1597. FedEx Cannot Exclude Diabetic Applicant From Mechanic Position Based on Need to Test Drive Trucks
1598. Fifth Circuit Agrees With NLRB That Employer Cannot Prohibit Wage Discussions
1599. Fifth Circuit Allows Title VII Suit Against Franchisor to Proceed Even Though It Was Not Named in EEOC Charge
1600. Fifth Circuit Finds Attendance to be Essential Job Function
1601. Fifth Circuit Reverses NLRB Position on Use of Class and Collective Action Waivers in Mandatory Arbitration Agreements
1602. Fifth Circuit Says Community Service Can Be Protected Religious Practice
1603. Fifth Circuit Will Not Review Decision Rejecting NLRB Position on Class Action Arbitration Waivers
1604. Final VETS Rule Simplifies Contractor Reporting Requirements
1605. Finding of Willful and Wanton Harassment Deprives Executive of EPL Coverage
1606. First Circuit's DOMA Decision May Affect Federal Benefits
1607. FLSA Does Not Prohibit Change to Workweek Intended to Reduce Overtime Liability
1608. FLSA Does Not Prohibit Mandatory Individual Arbitration of Claims
1609. FMLA Does Not Prevent Employer From Disciplining Employee for Failure to Use Call-In Procedures
1610. Fourth Circuit Adds Even More Complexity to Benefit Plan Fiduciaries' Role
1611. Fourth Circuit Affirms Employers' Obligation to Respond to Harassment by Third Parties
1612. Fourth Circuit Affirms Sanctioning of EEOC for Unreasonable Lawsuit Brought Against Employer Six Years After Charge Filed
1613. Fourth Circuit Backs Broad EEOC Subpoena Power
1614. Fourth Circuit Confirms Employer's Termination Based on Incomplete FMLA Medical Certification
1615. Fourth Circuit Considers Cautionary Direction to Employee as Form of Retaliation Under Title VII
1616. Fourth Circuit Discards NLRB Poster Requirement
1617. Fourth Circuit Dodges Issue on Applicability of NCEEPA to Interracial Relationship
1618. Fourth Circuit Finds Temporary Disability Covered Under ADAAA
1619. Fourth Circuit Indicates That Employer Was Not Required to Provide Reduced Hour FMLA Leave Due to Business Needs
1620. Fourth Circuit Joins Other Federal Courts in Invalidating NLRB Recess Appointments
1621. Fourth Circuit Says Absence of Failure to Promote Claim in EEOC Charge Bars Later Lawsuit
1622. Fourth Circuit Says CFAA Does Not Allow Employer to Sue Former Employee for Downloading Confidential Information
1623. Fourth Circuit Says Courts Retain Jurisdiction Over Retaliation Claim Linked to Untimely EEOC Discrimination Charge
1624. Fourth Circuit Says Co-Worker's Use of Racially Derogative Terms Did Not Create Hostile Work Environment
1625. Fourth Circuit Says EEOC Bound By Conflict Between Employee's ADA Claim and SSDI Benefits Application
1626. Fourth Circuit Says EEOC Charge Does Not Need to Specify Requested Accommodation Under ADA
1627. Fourth Circuit Says Employee Bound by Doctor's Restrictions Despite Her Disagreement
1628. Fourth Circuit Says Employee May Receive Insurance Proceeds Based on Employer's Misrepresentations Regarding Coverage
1629. Fourth Circuit Says Employee Suing Under SOX Could Not Show Complaints Contributed to Termination Decision
1630. Fourth Circuit Says Employer Does Not Have to Create Pool of Substitute Workers to Accommodate Religious Beliefs
1631. Fourth Circuit Says Failure to Offer Same Severance Package as Male Employees Was Sex Discrimination Under Title VII
1632. Fourth Circuit Says Inability to Work Overtime is Not Disability Under Pre-ADAAA Law
1633. Fourth Circuit Says Severance Offer After Sexual Harassment Complaint Results in Employer Liability for Supervisor's Behavior
1634. Fourth Circuit Says Timing of Termination Not Enough to Establish Retaliation Under FMLA
1635. Fourth Circuit Says University President has Broad Authority to Require Medical Examinations Under ADA
1636. Fourth Circuit Says Urging an Employee to Consider Retirement Defeats Later Claim That Decision Was Voluntary
1637. Fourth Circuit Upholds Class Action Waiver Clause Under Concepcion
1638. Fourth Circuit Won't Reinstate Union Suit Against Gov. Haley
1639. Friendship Between Male Supervisor and Female Subordinate Does Not Create Title VII Rights for Disfavored Male
1640. Further Guidance for Employers Providing Benefits Through Captives
1641. Governor Haley Signs Law to Deter Union Activity in South Carolina
1642. Governor McCrory Signs Project Labor Agreement Ban
1643. H-1B Cap Alert Fiscal Year 2014
1644. H-1B Cap Alert for Fiscal Year 2014
1645. Health Care Reform: 90-Day Waiting Period Limitation
1646. Health Care Reform: Beware of Litigation Risks
1647. Health Care Reform: Employer Reporting Requirements
1648. Health Care Reform - Transition Guidance Issued on Employer Mandate
1649. Health Care Reform: Who is a Full-Time Employee?
1650. HIPAA Deadline Approaching Soon!
1651. How Should Employers Draft Severance Agreements Post-CVS?
1652. Importance of Timely Notifying Employees of Qualification for COBRA Coverage
1653. Inability to Show Receipt of FMLA Notice Defeats Employer's Summary Judgment Motion
1654. Indefinite Relief From Essential Job Functions Not Required ADA Accommodation
1655. Initial Supreme Court Docket Light on Employment Cases
1656. Internal FLSA Complaints Protected Against Retaliation
1657. Iowa Decision Upholding Termination of Employee Deemed "Too Hot" Follows Established Precedent
1658. Iowa Supreme Court Again Rejects Claim of Dental Assistant Fired for Being Irresistible
1659. IRS Announces 2013 Cost-of-Living Increases in Dollar Limits for Retirement Plans
1660. IRS Announces 2015 Cost-of-Living Increases in Dollar Limits for Retirement Plans
1661. IRS End Letter Forwarding Program for Retirement Plan Sponsors
1662. IRS Establishes Pre-Approved §403(b) Plan Program
1663. IRS Gives Temporary Nondiscrimination Relief for Closed Defined Benefit Plans
1664. IRS Guidance Encourages Use of Annuities in Retirement Plans
1665. IRS Issues Employment Tax Guidance for Overpayments with Respect to Benefits Paid to Same-Sex Spouses
1666. IRS Issues Guidance Allowing Health FSA Carryovers
1667. IRS Issues Initial Guidance on Same-Sex Marriage
1668. IRS Issues Post-Windsor Guidance on Cafeteria Plans and HSAs
1669. IRS Proposes Regulations on Fees Under the Affordable Care Act
1670. IRS Proposes Rules for Employer Shared Responsibility Provisions Under ACA
1671. IRS Publishes Interim Results of 401(k) Compliance Questionnaire
1672. IRS Releases Form 720 and Instructions as Employers Prepare to Pay PCORI Fee by July 31, 2013
1673. IRS Releases Guidance on Applicaton of Windsor to Retirement Plans
1674. IRS Releases Guidance on In-Plan Rollovers
1675. Isolation of Employee Can Be Sexual Harassment Under Title VII
1676. Is Sequestration an "Unforeseen Business Circumstance" Excusing WARN Notice?
1677. Judge Rejects "Borgata Babes" Sex Discrimination Claim
1678. Largest Burger King Franchisee to Pay $2.5 Million to Resolve Sexual Harassment Claims
1679. Last Chance Drug and Alcohol Use Policy Did Not Violate ADA
1680. Marriage to Illegal Immigrant Not Protected Status Under Title VII
1681. Minimum Wage Increases January 1, 2013 in Seven States
1682. Missing Work to Pick Up Prescription Refill Not FMLA-Protected Absence
1683. Mortgage Bankers Exempt From FLSA Overtime Requirements
1684. Move From Four-Day to Five-Day Workweek Not Retaliatory
1685. NC Court of Appeals Invalidates Non-Compete Used With General Laborers
1686. Neutral Reference Not Retaliatory Under Title VII
1687. New Bill Will Prohibit DOT From Addressing Sleep Apnea Without Rulemaking
1688. New Case Shows NLRB General Counsel Challenging Traditional Employment Policies
1689. New Decision Highlights Courts' Growing Acceptance of Telecommuting as ADA Accommodation
1690. New Federal Law Emphasizes Need for Accurate Responses to Unemployment Filings
1691. New Guidance May Limit Use of Health Reimbursement Arrangements
1692. New Guidance on Safe Harbor and Waiting Period Requirements under Health Care Reform
1693. New OFCCP Affirmative Action Requirements for Disabled and Veteran Applicants Establish Benchmarks, Not Hiring Goals
1694. New OFCCP Directive Echoes EEOC Position on Criminal Background Checks
1695. New Transportation Bill Contains DOT Driver Safety Measures
1696. Ninth Circuit Holds Attendance is Essential Function Under ADA
1697. Ninth Circuit Says CFAA Does Not Apply to Employee Misappropriation of Confidential Business Information
1698. NLRA Does Not Protect Facebook Chatter Among Employees as to Intent to Ignore Supervisors' Instructions
1699. NLRB ALJ Finds Civility Requirement in Employer's Social Media Policy Legally Permissible
1700. NLRB Backs Employer in First Facebook Firing Case
1701. NLRB Bars Witness Confidentiality Obligation During Ongoing Investigations
1702. NLRB Counsel Explains Recent Social Media Policy Decisions
1703. NLRB Counsel Releases Examples of Employment At-Will Policies That Comply With NLRA
1704. NLRB Election Rule Takes Effect But Decision on Appeal Due Next Week
1705. NLRB Finds Employer's Confidential Information Policy Overbroad Due to Limitations on Discussion of Personal and Financial Matters
1706. NLRB Finds Off-Duty Access Restrictions Violate Federal Labor Law
1707. NLRB Lawyers Declare Franchisor to be Joint Employer
1708. NLRB Nixes "No Gossiping" Policy
1709. NLRB Now Says Prohibition Against Negativity in Workplace Violates Federal Labor Law
1710. NLRB Offers Additional Advice On Social Media Policies
1711. NLRB Reaffirms Noel Canning Position on Use of Class Waivers in Arbitration Agreements
1712. NLRB Reconfirms Rules Shortening Time for Union Elections
1713. NLRB Says Corporate Code of Ethics and Conduct Does Not Interfere With Employees' Concerted Activity Rights
1714. NLRB Says Employee Non-Solicitation Agreement Does Not Violate Federal Labor Law
1715. NLRB Says Inclusion of Employment At-Will Language in Handbook Acknowledgement is Unfair Labor Practice
1716. NLRB Says "Liking" Another Employee's Facebook Comment is Protected Activity
1717. NLRB Says Policy Prohibiting Disclosure of Personnel Information Violates Labor Law
1718. NLRB Says Termination for Facebook Postings About Co-Worker's Firing Violated Federal Labor Law
1719. NLRB Says Terminations Based on Facebook Complaints Over Co-Worker's Criticism Violated Labor Laws
1720. NLRB Turns Its Attention to Corporate Codes of Conduct
1721. NLRB Upholds Ban on Negative Attitudes in Employee Handbook
1722. NLRB Upholds Termination for Disclosure of Confidential Information, While Overturning Firing Based on Telling Co-Worker About Potential Job Loss
1723. NLRB Voids Employer Policy Prohibiting Electronic Posting of Harmful Statements
1724. No Harassment in Overall Tough Work Environment
1725. North Carolina Again Invalidates Non-Compete That Prohibits Employee From Accepting Any Job With Competitor
1726. North Carolina and South Carolina Do Not Mandate Time Away From Work for Voting
1727. North Carolina Appellate Court Refuses to Apply Limited Arbitration Clause to Tort Claims Related to Termination
1728. North Carolina Bar Limits Employers' Counsel's Ability to Access Employee's Emails to Attorney on Company System
1729. North Carolina Court Allows Emotional Distress Damages for Wrongful Discharge Claim
1730. North Carolina Court of Appeals Rewrites Geographic Territory of Non-Compete in Business Purchase Agreement
1731. North Carolina Court of Appeals Says Anti-Retaliation Law Protects Threatened Workers' Comp Claim
1732. North Carolina Court Says Employee Claiming Retaliatory Firing Must Do More Than Complain to Supervisors
1733. North Carolina Court Says Employer Not Liable for Manager's Sexual Assault of Vendor
1734. North Carolina E-Verify Effective for Smaller Employers July 1
1735. North Carolina Federal Court Cautions Employers on Scope of Non-Compete Agreements
1736. North Carolina Judge Throws Out EEOC Suit Brought Seven Years After Charge Filed
1737. North Carolina Lawmakers Start Work on Unemployment Fraud Prevention
1738. North Carolina Overhauls Unemployment Benefits
1739. North Carolina REDA Claim Can Be Based on Threat of Workers' Comp Filing
1740. North Carolina Residential Care Employers Pay $2.1 Million for Wage Violations
1741. North Carolina Restaurants Should Prepare for New Employee Food Safety Rules
1742. North Carolina Supreme Court Allows Mandatory Arbitration Despite Discovery Proceedings
1743. North Carolina Supreme Court Allows Termination of TTD Benefits on General Economic Conditions
1744. North Carolina Supreme Court Overrules Internal Defamation Case on Other Grounds
1745. North Carolina Wrongful Discharge Claim Must Plead Specific Public Policy Basis
1746. Nurse's Post-Affair Complaints About Doctor Did Not Rise to Level of Hostile Work Environment
1747. OFCCP Issues Proposed Rule on Employer Wage Confidentiality Policies
1748. OFCCP Proposes Salary Disclosure Requirements for Federal Contractors
1749. One Harassing Act Within Limitations Period Opens Employer to Claims Going Back Years
1750. On the Record Online Podcast
1751. OSHA Asks Rule Commenters to Disclose Financial Backing
1752. OSHA Cites Convenience Store for Insufficient Protection of Employees From Armed Robbery
1753. OSHA Emphasizes Employer Safety Obligations to Temporary Employees
1754. OSHA Issues Final Rules on New Injury Reporting Requirements
1755. OSHA Issues Interim Rules on Food Safety Whistleblower Complaints
1756. OSHA Launches New Effort to Update Hazardous Chemical Standards
1757. OSHA Releases Top Ten Violations List
1758. OSHA Scrutinizing Employer Safety Incentive and Disciplinary Programs
1759. Owner and CEO Personally Liable for FLSA Violation
1760. Parker Poe Attorneys Honored by Best Lawyers
1761. Parker Poe Teams With Federal Agency to Present Compliance Training
1762. Participant Fee Disclosure Deadlines Approach - Are You Ready?
1763. Persistent Requests for Dates Not Sexual Harassment
1764. Plan Administrator Cannot Limit Enhanced Benefits in Retirement Plan Based on Change of Control
1765. President Obama Announces Initiative to Increase Minimum Salary for Employees Exempt From Overtime Requirements
1766. President Obama Issues Executive Order Banning Federal Contractors From Discriminating Against LGBT Persons
1767. President Obama's Directions to DOL Include Review of Duties Tests for Overtime Exemptions
1768. President Obama Signs Executive Order Requiring Federal Contractors to Disclose Labor Violations
1769. President Obama Signs Minimum Wage Increase for Federal Contractors
1770. President Obama to Raise Minimum Wage for Federal Contractors to $10.10
1771. Proposed OSHA Rules Call for Electronic Filing of Employee Injury Records and Provide Public Access to Records
1772. Proposed Transitional Reinsurance Fee Will Impose Significant Costs on Group Health Plans
1773. Questioning Criminal Background Check Not Protected Activity Under Title VII
1774. Recent Supreme Court DOMA Ruling - Implications for Employee Benefit Plans
1775. Refusal to Give Light Duty Job Unless EEOC Charge Dropped Was Retaliation
1776. Rejected HR Manager's Manipulations May Legally Bind Employer
1777. Religious Organizations Providing Social Services Subject to Rehabilitation Act Provisions
1778. Reminder About $2,500 Cap on FSA Contributions Effective January 1, 2013
1779. Replacing Employee With Younger, Cheaper Alternative Not Age Discrimination
1780. Requirement that Employee Conform to American Business Culture Not Race Discrimination
1781. RIF Termination of Top Performing Salesperson Creates Questions Over Race Bias
1782. Risk of Drug Relapse May Be Current Disability Under ERISA LTD Policy
1783. Same-Sex Harassment Claim Applies to Conduct Where Opposite Sex Not Subjected to Alleged Behavior
1784. Second Circuit Finds Parent Company Liable for Subsidiary's Failure to Provide WARN Notice
1785. Second Circuit Finds Parent Company Liable for Subsidiary's Failure to Provide WARN Notice
1786. Second Circuit Rejects Broad OSHA Definition of Repeat Violations at Related Facilities
1787. Second Circuit Says Getting to Work On Time May Not Be ADA Essential Job Function
1788. Second Circuit Says Human Resource Manager Cannot Claim Retaliation for Termination Following Internal Sexual Harassment Investigation
1789. Second Circuit Says Title VII Mandates Injunction to Permanently Bar Sexual Harasser From Premises
1790. Section 409A Year-End Transition Relief Deadline
1791. Seventh Circuit Affirms ADA Verdict Based on Seasonal Affective Disorder
1792. Seventh Circuit Confirms That Brief and Transitory Condition Qualifies as an ADA Disability
1793. Seventh Circuit Finds Pharmaceutical Reps Fall Under Administrative Exemption to FLSA
1794. Seventh Circuit Finds Release in Severance Agreement Bars ERISA Claim for Benefits
1795. Seventh Circuit Says ADA Prohibition on Disclosure of Medical Information Only Applies to Knowledge From Medical Inquiries
1796. Seventh Circuit Says FMLA Leave Rights Apply to Family Trip With Ill Relative
1797. Seventh Circuit Says Funeral Leave Request Can be Required Religious Accommodation
1798. Seventh Circuit Says One Use of “N-Word” Does Not Create Hostile Work Environment
1799. Single Use of "N-Word" Was Basis for Racial Harassment Claim
1800. Six Federal Agencies Issue Proposed Standards for Financial Institution Diversity Policies
1801. Sixth Circuit Approves Termination of Employee for FMLA Fraud Based on Employer's "Honest Belief"
1802. Sixth Circuit Holds General Contractor Liable for Harassment and Retaliation Against Sub's Employees
1803. Sixth Circuit Says ADA Does Not Require Commuting Accommodations
1804. Sixth Circuit Says Mandatory Psychological Counseling Was ADA Medical Exam
1805. Sixth Circuit Says Plaintiff Can Pursue Blended Race and Sex Discrimination Claim Even Though She Was Replaced By a Woman
1806. South Carolina Adjusts 2012 Unemployment Tax Rates
1807. South Carolina Court of Appeals Upholds Physician Non-Compete and Forfeiture Provisions
1808. South Carolina Federal Court Finds Compilation of Public Information Protected as Trade Secret
1809. South Carolina Reforms Unemployment Benefits
1810. South Carolina Supreme Court Finds Workers' Compensation Covers Employee's Injuries Suffered During Kickball Game
1811. South Carolina Supreme Court Upholds Confidentiality and Inventions Assignment Agreement
1812. South Carolina Supreme Court Upholds Employment Arbitration Provision
1813. SOX Whistleblower Protections Do Not Cover the Suits of Contractors Against Their Private Employers
1814. Special Report: Agencies Propose Regulations to Implement Provisions of the Affordable Care Act
1815. State and Federal Departments of Labor Joining Forces to Fight Employee Misclassification
1816. State Marijuana Legalization Unlikely to Impact Employer Drug Use Prohibitions
1817. Statistical Evidence Enough to Show Age Bias in Reduction in Force
1818. "Stray Remark" Not Enough to Allow Age Bias Claim to Go to Jury
1819. Supervisor Unable to Return to Work After FMLA Leave Was Not Qualified Employee Under ADA
1820. Supreme Court Agrees to Consider Pregnancy Accommodation Obligation
1821. Supreme Court Agrees to Decide Definition of Supervisor Under Title VII
1822. Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Case on Strategic Pick-Off of Named Plaintiff in FLSA Collective Action Claim
1823. Supreme Court Agrees to Review EEOC Suit Against Abercrombie Based on Rejection of Applicant With Headscarf
1824. Supreme Court Allows "Pick Off" of Named Plaintiff in FLSA Collective Action
1825. Supreme Court Decision Means Employers Must Continue to Prepare for Big Changes in Health Care
1826. Supreme Court Declines to Rule on Same-Sex Marriage Cases - What Does This Mean for Employers?
1827. Supreme Court Endorses Use of Forum Selection Clauses
1828. Supreme Court Finds No Presumption of Prudence for ESOP Fiduciaries, But Plaintiffs Must Allege Reasons for Lack of Prudence
1829. Supreme Court Finds Public Employee's Testimony in Criminal Trial Protected Under First Amendment
1830. Supreme Court Finds Severance Payments Subject to FICA Withholding
1831. Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Validity of Class Action Arbitration Waivers
1832. Supreme Court Rejects Mixed Motive Standard for Title VII Harassment Claims
1833. Supreme Court Says Arbitrator and Not Court Must Decide Enforceability of Non-Compete
1834. Supreme Court Says Arbitrator Can Decide Whether Class Action Arbitrations Allowed
1835. Supreme Court Says Donning and Doffing Protective Gear Falls Under FLSA Rules Governing Changing Clothes
1836. Supreme Court Says Employer's Group Health Plan Entitled to Reimbursement From Recovery From Third Party
1837. Supreme Court Says FMLA Self-Care Provisions Do Not Apply to State Government Employees
1838. Supreme Court Says Pharmaceutical Reps Qualify as Outside Salespersons Under FLSA
1839. Supreme Court Says Plaintiffs Must Show Ability to Measure Damages on Class Basis in Order to Certify Action
1840. Supreme Court's Docket Contains Only One Employment Discrimination Case
1841. Supreme Court Sets Authority Requirement for Supervisors Under Title VII
1842. Supreme Court's Recess Appointment Decision Could Affect Important NLRB Precedents
1843. Supreme Court Throws Out Arizona Illegal Immigrant Employment Provisions
1844. Supreme Court to Review Cases Involving Overtime Exemption for Mortgage Loan Officers
1845. Supreme Court to Review Constitutionality of Employer Contraception Mandate
1846. Supreme Court to Review EEOC’s Charge Conciliation Obligation
1847. Supreme Court to Review Use of Mixed Motive Standard in Title VII Retaliation Case
1848. Supreme Court Voids ACA's Contraceptive Mandate
1849. Teasing Based on Gender Stereotyping Enough to Support Sexual Harassment Verdict
1850. Tenth Circuit Says Discrimination Law Requires Accommodation to Allow Employee to Receive Medical Treatment
1851. Tenth Circuit Says Facebook Posting Not Effective Sexual Harassment Complaint
1852. Tenth Circuit Says Female Employee Who "Butted Heads" With Management Was Fired Based on Gender Stereotype
1853. Tenth Circuit Says Rape Not "Tangible Employment Action" For Purposes of Employer Strict Liability
1854. Termination Due to Failure to Report Co-Worker's Sexual Dalliance Not Sex Stereotyping Under Title VII
1855. Termination Five Years After Discrimination Claim Deemed Retaliatory
1856. Termination for Age-Related Performance Issues Does Not Violate ADEA
1857. Termination Two Months After Return From FMLA Leave Not Retaliatory
1858. tests
1859. new article
1860. Third Circuit Affirms Prison Sentences for Managers Involved in Workplace Safety Violations
1861. Third Circuit Invalidates City Ordinance Making Employment of Illegal Workers a Crime
1862. Third Circuit Invalidates NLRB Recess Appointment
1863. Third Circuit Upholds Termination of Employee Who Went to Cancun While on FMLA Leave
1864. Three Year Interval Between Harassment Complaint and Failure to Promote Did Not Defeat Retaliation Claim
1865. Title VII Conciliation Obligation Does Not Affect EEOC's Decision to Sue Employer
1866. TRICARE Participation Does Not Subject Hospital to OFCCP Jurisdiction
1867. Two DOL Advisory Opinions Limit Use of "Open MEPs"
1868. Two New Cases Demonstrate High Bar for Proving Sexual Harassment
1869. Undocumented Workers Can Collect Back Pay for Unpaid Overtime Under the FLSA
1870. Undocumented Workers Entitled to FLSA Backpay Award
1871. Upcoming HIPAA Deadline
1872. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Begins Implementation of Form I-94 Automation
1873. USERRA Escalator Requirement Not Limited to Automatic Promotions
1874. Virginia Supreme Court Holds Supervisors Individually Liable for Discrimination Claims
1875. Wellness Program's Medical Inquiries Fall Within ADA Safe Harbor
1876. White House Announces Intent to Expand Federal Contractor Discrimination Prohibitions to Include LGBT Persons
1877. Will OSHA's New Injury Reporting Rules Discourage Post-Accident Drug Testing?
1878. Worker Fatality Rates for FY 2011 Similar to Previous Years
1879. Yahoo! Decision to Ban Telecommuting Contains ADA Exception
1880. Year-End Action Item: Section 125 Cafeteria Plan Amendments
1881. You Are Invited to a Free Webinar
1882. Jonathan Crotty
1883. Keith M. Weddington
1884. L. Elizabeth Gibbes
1885. Stacy Wood
1886. Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP
1887. U.S. Supreme Court Takes Up Major Challenge to Federal Health Reform: Are Employers in the 34 States Without Exchanges Subject to Penalties?
1888. Michael A. Gamboli
1889. Pereyra & Asociados
1890. Maria G. Matos
1891. Luis Miguel Pereyra
1892. Pierce Atwood LLP
1893. Brinker Brings California Employers Long Awaited Clarification on Rest Break Laws
1894. EEOC Guidance Places Limits on Employers' Use of Conviction Records
1895. EEOC Holds that Discrimination Against a Transgender Individual Violates Title VII
1896. Good News for Employers - United States Supreme Court Refuses to Defer to DOL Interpretation of FLSA Regulations
1897. Good News for Maine's Hospitality Industry – A Mandatory Service Charge is Not a Tip!
1898. Judge Blocks NLRB's Union Election Rules
1899. Maine Driver Overtime Exemption Becomes More Closely Aligned with Federal Law
1900. NLRB Notice Posting Rule Stayed (again)—April 30 Deadline Extended Indefinitely
1901. Supreme Court Upholds Health Care Reform - Employers Need to Get Busy
1902. The National Labor Relations Board Discusses Employer Social Media Policies (Again)
1903. Wellness Plans Receive Boost from Court of Appeals
1904. Anthony R.  ‘Tony’ Derosby
1905. Charles S. Einsiedler, Jr.
1906. James R. Erwin
1907. Margaret LePage
1908. Pioneer Law Associates
1909. Anup Raj Upreti
1910. Plesner
1911. BYOD - Bring Your Own Device
1912. It Can Be a Costly Affair to Engage Foreign Employees without Work Permits
1913. Plesner - Labour and Employment Law Newsletter - April 2012
1914. Plesner - Labour and Employment Law Newsletter - April 2013
1915. Plesner - Labour and Employment Law Newsletter - April 2014
1916. Plesner - Labour and Employment Law Newsletter - January 2013
1917. Plesner - Labour and Employment Law Newsletter - January 2014
1918. Plesner - Labour and Employment Law Newsletter - July 2012
1919. Plesner - Labour and Employment Law Newsletter - July 2013
1920. Plesner - Labour and Employment Law Newsletter - July 2014
1921. Plesner - Labour and Employment Law Newsletter - October 2012
1922. Plesner - Labour and Employment Law Newsletter - October 2013
1923. Rasmus Christensen
1924. Sussi Lillia Skovgaard-Holm
1925. Tina Reissmann
1926. Polenak Law Firm
1927. Tatjana Popovski Buloski
1928. Price Sanond Prabhas & Wynne
1929. Pramote Srisamai
1930. Andrew Wynne
1931. Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP
1932. Francis Xavier
1933. Terence Quek
1934. Ramsay, Bridgforth, Harrelson and Starling LLP
1935. Spencer F. Robinson
1936. Reed Smith, LLP
1937. Betty Graumlich
1938. Gunjan Talati
1939. Lorraine Campos
1940. Martha Hartle Munsch
1941. Sara A. Begley
1942. Stacy Haney
1943. Rexattorneys
1944. Christopher Giattas
1945. Sinare Zaharan
1946. Ritch Durnford
1947. Critical Distinctions between U.S. and Canadian Labour and Employment Law
1948. Hanaa Al Sharief
1949. Nancy F. Barteaux
1950. Roper Greyell LLP
1951. Class Action Litigation – A New Tool for Union Organizing
1952. Proposed Decrease in the Age of a Dependent Child
1953. Executive with “At Will” Contract Working for Canadian Subsidiary, Entitled to Notice of Termination
1954. New Supreme Court of Canada Decision Considers an Employer’s Right to Test for Alcohol
1955. Critical Distinctions between U.S. and Canadian Labour and Employment Law
1956. Mitigation, Consideration and Litigation - Drafting Employment Contracts for Key Employees
1957. Employee's Duty to Mitigate May Include Taking a Job Offered by the Dismissing Employer
1958. Employer Obligations on Election Day
1959. Roper Greyell Information Update Newsletter - March 2013
1960. Dealing with the Insolent, Insubordinant or Disobedient Employee
1961. A Flawed Investigation is a Recipe for Trouble
1962. Information Bulletin for Employers: NDP Election Platform on Workplace Issues
1963. The Perils of a Poor Investigation
1964. Announcement of Reforms to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program
1965. Resignation -- Be Sure to Tread Carefully
1966. Restrictive Covenants: One Size Does Not Fit All
1967. Roper Greyell Information Update - December 2012
1968. Roper Greyell Information Update - June 2012
1969. Roper Greyll - Information Update, March 2012 -- When Employees Leave
1970. Roper Greyell - July 2013 Newsletter
1971. Roper Greyell Newsletter, July 2014
1972. Roper Greyell Newsletter, March 2014
1973. Roper Greyell Newsletter, November 2014
1974. Roper Greyell November 2013 Newsletter
1975. Combatting Sexual Harassment in the Wireless Age
1976. WorkSafeBC Bullying and Harassment Tool Kit Released October 2, 2013
1977. Gabrielle Scorer
1978. Gregory J. Heywood
1979. Jeevyn Dhaliwal
1980. James D. Kondopulos
1981. Marino Sveinson
1982. Michael Wagner
1983. Ryan Copeland
1984. Tom Roper
1985. Employment Law Basics
1986. Ray, Quinney & Nebeker
1987. Michael Blue
1988. R&T NK Legal Myanmar Company Limited
1989. Chester Toh
1990. Kenneth Lim
1991. R&T Sok & Heng Law Office
1992. Heng Chhay
1993. Mar Samborana
1994. R&T Vietnam LLC
1995. Brian Ng
1996. Said Al Shahry Law Office
1997. Abdul Moneim Alloub
1998. Sattar&Co.
1999. Enforcement of Arbitral Awards and Public Policy: Same Cocnept, Different Approach
2000. Bangladeshi Courts at Odds in Respect of its Powers in Relation to Arbitrations Seated Outside of Bangladesh
2001. Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review 2014-Bangladesh chapter
2002. Sameer Sattar
2003. Shawe & Rosenthal, LLP
2004. Court Validates NLRB Posting Requirement, But Strikes Down Automatic ULP Provision
2005. Shawe & Rosenthal E-Update - December 2012
2006. E-Update: July 2012
2007. Shawe & Rosenthal - E-Update, March 2013
2008. Employer-Mandate of the Health Care Reform Law Delayed Until 2015
2009. NLRB Election Rules Invalid Due to Voting Error
2010. D.C. Circuit Holds NLRB May Not Compel Employers To Post "Notice of Employee Rights Under the NLRA"
2011. Shawe & Rosenthal E-lert: Court Strikes Down NLRB Posting Requirement
2012. NLRB Recess Appointments Ruled Unconstitutional
2013. Shawe & Rosenthal October 2013 E-Update
2014. Shawe & Rosenthal July--August 2014 E-Update
2015. E-Update: April 2012 Highlights
2016. Shawe Rosenthal April 2012 E-Update
2017. Shawe & Rosenthal April 2014 E-Update
2018. Shawe & Rosenthal December 2013 E-Update
2019. Shawe & Rosenthal E-Update: September 2013 Highlights
2020. Shawe & Rosenthal - E-Update April 2013
2021. Shawe Rosenthal - E-Update: February 2013
2022. Shawe & Rosenthal - E-Update, June 2013
2023. Shawe & Rosenthal E-Update -- June 2014
2024. Shawe & Rosenthal E-Update - May 2014
2025. Shawe & Rosenthal E-Update- October 2012
2026. Shawe & Rosenthal E-Update, September 2012
2027. Shawe & Rosenthal -- E-Updates: January 2013
2028. Shawe Rosenthal E-Update, February 2012
2029. Shawe & Rosenthal February 2014 Eupdate
2030. Shawe Rosenthal -- January 2014 E-Update
2031. Shawe Rosenthal - July/August 2013 E-Update
2032. Shawe & Rosenthal March 2014 E-Update
2033. Shawe & Rosenthal: May 2013 E-Update
2034. Shawe & Rosenthal November 2013 E-Update
2035. Shawe Rosenthal November 2014 E-Update
2036. Shawe and Rosenthal September 2014 E-Update
2037. Supreme Court Finds Invalid President's Recess Appointments to the NLRB
2038. Elizabeth Torphy-Donzella
2039. Fiona Ong
2040. Melissa Hammock
2041. Mark Swedlin
2042. Gary L. Simpler
2043. Teresa Teare
2044. Shearn Delamore & Co.
2045. Can an Industrial Court Action Proceed without Complying with Section 226(3) or Section 263(2) of the Companies Act 1965 ¬?
2046. Goods and Services Tax Act 2014: Offences and Penalties
2047. Shearn Delamore & Co. Named 2011 Malaysian Law Firm of the Year by Chambers
2048. Shearn Delamore & Co. - Code of Conduct for Industrial Harmony — A Guideline on Retrenchment?
2049. Shearn Delamore & Co. -- Malaysian Law Firm of the Year
2050. Shearn Delamore Ranking by Asialaw 2014
2051. Shearn Delamore Chambers Asia Pacific Awards 2014
2052. Shearn Delamore continues to be recognised as a Leading Law Firm
2053. Shearn Delamore wins SE Asia Tax and Trusts Law Firm of the Year award.
2054. Top 10 Questions Employers Should Ask When Hiring and Firing in Malaysia
2055. Who is my Employer?
2056. Sivabalah Nadarajah
2057. Sherrard Kuzz
2058. Accommodation is a Three-Way Street: the employee, employer and union must participate
2059. A Traumatic Decision: WSIA Reconsiders Entitlement to Traumatic Mental Stress Benefits
2060. Attention All Construction Employers: Does Mandatory WSIB Coverage Apply to You?
2061. Bill 168 - "Ammunition" for Employers in Cases of Workplace Threats
2062. Canadian Temporary Foreign Workers Program
2063. Childcare Obligations Protected Under "Family Status" - so says Federal Court
2064. Claim for Intrusion No Delusion
2065. Criminal Record Checks - Managing liability and getting the information you need
2066. Crossing the line - when off duty postings justify discipline
2067. Critical Distinctions between U.S. and Canadian Labour and Employment Law
2068. Don't Let the Bed Bugs Bite: Guidelines for Hospitality Employers
2069. Early Retirement Incentives Are Not Discriminatory - However the way in which they're presented might be...
2070. Employment & Labour Law Update - Management Counsel Newsletter - August 2014
2071. Employment & Labour Law Update - Management Counsel Newsletter - June 2014
2072. Employment & Labour Law Update - Management Counsel Newsletter - September 2014
2073. Family Status Accommodation Clarified by Federal Court of Appeal
2074. Freedom of Association Enjoyed by Individuals Not Unions, so says Ontario's Highest Court
2075. Hiring Students This Summer? The Ministry of Labour is Watching
2076. Labour Board Serves Up Shocker To McDonald’s
2077. Managing a Workplace Ebola Scare
2078. Newsblast: Accessibility for Ontarians With Disabilities - Reporting Requirements as of October 2012
2079. New Work Refusal Rules under Canada Labour Code
2080. Next Up for North American Employers and Unions? International and Corporate Social Responsibility
2081. Accessiblity for Ontarians with Disabilities Act: Is Your Workplace Ready
2082. “Sometimes a Swimming Pool is Just a Swimming Pool”
2083. Religious Holidays and Accommodation
2084. Sherrard Kuzz February 2012 Management Counsel Newsletter
2085. Sherrard Kuzz Management Counsel Newsletter - April 2014
2086. Sometimes a Swimming Pool is Just a Swimming Pool
2087. Supreme Court of Canada Rules Wal-Mart Closing Unlawful
2088. That’s Frustrating! Divisional Court Clarifies Employer's Right To Terminate For Cause When Continued Employment Is Illegal
2089. What Does Your Tip-Out Policy Say about You?
2090. Unpaid Interns and Trainees: What may seem like a good idea has its risks to employers….
2091. What's In a Name? Not enough to show 'class' commonality, says Ontario Courts
2092. Whirlpool Disappointed by What Comes Out in Judicial Wash
2093. Wisconsin v. Canada - A tale of two approaches to collective action in the workplace
2094. It Isn’t Time to Throw Away Your Workplace Computer Policies! …Despite the Supreme Court of Canada’s Recent Decision in R. v. Cole
2095. Erin Kuzz
2096. Katherine Ford
2097. Keith Burkhardt
2098. Shana French
2099. Sundeep Gokhale
2100. Simpson Grierson
2101. Major Conference Highlights Need for Cross-lawyer Collaboration
2102. Redundancy Cases Revisited
2103. Seasonal Worker – Fixed Term Employee: What’s the difference?
2104. Top 10 Questions Employers Should Ask When Hiring and Firing in New Zealand
2105. Carl Blake
2106. Phillipa Muir
2107. Schröder, Joseph & Associates
2108. Bloomberg Law Reports: Social Media Around the World
2109. Ginger D. Schröder
2110. Linda Joseph
2111. Brian G. Johnston, Q.C.
2112. Harold M. Smith, Q.C.
2113. James F. LeMesurier, Q.C.
2114. John K. Mitchell, Q.C.
2115. John Wilson Partners
2116. John Wilson, Jr.
2117. SRS Advogados
2118. César Sá Esteves
2119. Soewito Suhardiman Eddymurthy Kardono
2120. Impact of ASEAN Economic Community and ASEAN Free Trade Area on Indonesia
2121. Indonesian Court Annuls Loan Agreement on Language Law: What Does It Mean for Your Agreements?
2122. Indonesian Labor and Employment Law: Latest Developments
2123. Indonesia’s SSEK Law Firm Honored for Employment Work
2124. New Indonesian Trade Law and Its Effect on Business
2125. New Negative Investment List for Indonesia
2126. New Rules on Hiring Foreigners in Indonesia
2127. Rules for Foreign Workers in the Indonesian Oil and Gas Industry
2128. Indonesia: SSEK Recognized as Employment Law Firm of Year
2129. SSEK Named 2014 Indonesian Law Firm of the Year
2130. SSEK Named Employment Law Firm of Year at ALB Indonesia Law Awards
2131. SSEK's Richard D. Emmerson Recognized as Leading Lawyer in Indonesia for Labor and Employment
2132. Top 10 Questions Employers Should Ask When Hiring and Firing in Indonesia
2133. What Companies Should Know about the New Social Security System in Indonesia
2134. Richard D. Emmerson
2135. Santamarina y Steta
2138. Data Protection: New Internal Regulations of the IFAI
2139. Employer´s Enrollment with INFONACOT
2142. Federal Law on Telecommunications and Broadcasting
2146. Operational Guidelines for the Productivity Support Program
2148. Mexico Adopts a New Antitrust Law
2150. Operational Guidelines for the Productivity Support Program
2154. Secondary Legislation on Telecommunications and Broadcasting
2155. Alejandro Luna
2156. Juan Carlos De La Vega
2157. Sturgill, Turner, Barker & Moloney
2158. Barker Named “Lexington Best Lawyers Labor and Employment Lawyer of the Year” for 2011
2159. Nine Sturgill Turner attorneys recognized by The Best Lawyers in America
2160. Sturgill, Turner, Barker & Moloney Attorney Awarded Fayette County Bar Association’s Highest Honor
2161. Sturgill Turner Celebrates 10 Years as a Best Place to Work in Kentucky
2162. Six Sturgill, Turner, Barker & Moloney Attorneys Selected for Inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2012 Edition
2163. Sturgill, Turner, Barker & Maloney Attorneys Named to 2011 Kentucky Super Lawyers List
2164. Sturgill Turner Welcomes Bryan Beauman
2165. Sturgill Turner welcomes Jason Woodall
2166. Weaver appointed to UK College of Law Visiting Committee
2167. Weaver joins 2014 Class of Leadership Kentucky
2168. Joshua Salsburey
2169. Kacey Coleman
2170. Kevin Weaver
2171. Lauren Parsons
2172. R. Douglas Martin
2173. Stephen L. Barker
2174. Skudra & Udris
2175. SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan
2176. 2013 WTR1000 Ranking
2177. Administrative Complaints Committee
2178. Alien Social Integration Act of 2010
2179. Amended/New provisions of 2011 NLRC Rules of Procedure
2180. Announcement of New Partners
2181. Announcement of New Senior Associate
2182. Bridging the Gap: Enhanced Basic Education through K-12
2183. Chambers Asia Pacific 2013 Legal Rankings Released
2184. Congratulations to SyCipLaw Bar Passers
2185. Country Guide: Securities and Banking
2186. Country Guides: Insurance
2187. Country Guides: Money Laundering
2188. Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012
2189. Cyberwhat?
2190. Data Privacy Act of 2012
2191. December 2012 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Civil Law
2192. December 2012 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Commercial Law
2193. December 2012 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Criminal Law and Procedure
2194. Dissension in the Court: February 2013
2195. Eagle Cement Php4.5 billion secured fixed rate notes facility
2196. SyCipLaw Employment & Immigration Update 2012 3Q
2197. Employment & Immigration Update 2012 4Q
2198. February 2013 Philippines Supreme Court Decisions on Legal and Judicial Ethics
2199. February 2013 Philippines Supreme Court Decisions on Remedial Law
2200. February 2013 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Civil Law
2201. February 2013 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Commercial Law
2202. February 2013 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Criminal Law and Procedure
2203. February 2013 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Tax Law
2204. Getting the Deal Through-- Air Transport 2014
2205. Getting the Deal Through – Banking Regulation 2013
2206. Getting the Deal Through – Mediation 2013
2207. Getting the Deal Through – Mediation 2014
2208. Getting the Deal Through – Restructuring & Insolvency 2013
2209. Getting the Deal Through – Mining 2013 Philippines
2210. Implementing Rules and Regulations for Clerical Corrections in Date of Birth and Sex in the Civil Registry
2211. International Seafarers’ Bill of Rights
2212. January 2013 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Legal and Judicial Ethics
2213. June 2013 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Commercial Law
2214. Legal Bulletin: Technology, Media & Telecoms (Jan. 2013)
2215. Managing IP Global Awards 2013 Shortlist
2216. March 2013 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Commercial Law
2217. March 2013 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Criminal Law and Procedure
2218. Minimum capital requirements for Philippine mining applicants increased
2219. Most Clicked SyCipLaw Publications
2220. Multilaw’s 2014 How to Hire and Fire: A Global Guide
2221. New Cebu Associates
2222. New Chambers Global Guide Legal Rankings Released
2223. New Law Aims to Strengthen Anti-Money Laundering Regulations
2224. New Rules and Regulations Governing the Elections
2225. OBG teams up with SyCipLaw
2226. Philippine BIR adopts technological innovations
2227. Philippine section of Chambers Legal Practice Guides: M&A 2013
2228. Philippine Supreme Court Microsite on the Hontiveros-Baraquel v. DENR Secretary (G.R. Nos. 181702 and 181703)
2229. Proposals for expanding positions reserved for Persons With Disabilities (PWDs)
2230. Right to Privacy
2231. SEC Guidelines on Compliance with Filipino-Foreign Ownership Requirements
2232. SEC requires tax identification number for foreign investors
2233. Subic Bay Freeport Chamber of Commerce welcomes SyCipLaw
2234. SyCipLaw advised KHI in the sale of its shares in KHI-ALI Manila, Inc. and KHI Manila Property, Inc.
2235. SyCipLaw advises CGA Mining on Merger with B2Gold
2236. SyCipLaw advises Coca-Cola FEMSA in its acquisition of controlling interest in Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines, Inc.
2237. SyCipLaw advises Deutsche Bank, Stan Chart, HSBC and UBS on issuance by Petron of US$750 million Undated Subordinated Capital Securities
2238. SyCipLaw advises Greenstone Resources Corporation on US$25 million prepaid gold swap facility
2239. SyCipLaw advises HSBC on San Miguel Corp.’s PhP 80 Billion Series 2 Preferred Shares
2240. SyCipLaw advises Maybank, Stan Chart and UBS on sale of SMC's 15% stake in Purefoods
2241. SyCipLaw advises OceanaGold on Corporate Refinancing Facility
2242. SyCipLaw advises Red 5 Limited and Greenstone Resources Corporation on US$8 million secured facility
2243. SyCipLaw advises StanChart, Land Bank, PNB, ANZ and BDO Private Bank in NGCP’s Php5 billion fixed rate notes facility issuance
2244. SyCipLaw advises US Eximbank on 1st B777 aircraft to the Philippines
2245. SyCipLaw: Announcement of New IP Head
2246. SyCipLaw: Announcement of New Litigation Department Head
2247. SyCipLaw: Announcement of New Partners
2248. SyCipLaw AP Legal 500 Rankings
2249. SyCipLaw bags 2012 ALB Philippine Deal Firm of the Year
2250. SyCipLaw: Changes to the Subic Office
2251. SyCipLaw counsels Philippine National Bank and Asia United Bank in connection with a Php3.5 billion loan facility obtained by Star Infrastructure Development Corporation
2252. SyCipLaw counsels Vestas in connection with EDC Burgos Wind Power agreements
2253. SyCipLaw Employment & Immigration Update 2013 1Q
2254. SyCipLaw IFLR1000 Rankings
2255. SyCipLaw is ALB's 2013 Philippine Deal Firm of the Year
2256. SyCipLaw is Shortlisted for 2013 Chambers and IFLR Awards
2257. SyCipLaw is Who's Who Legal's 2013 Firm of the Year for the Philippines
2258. SyCipLaw receives 11th IFLR Law Firm of the Year Award
2259. SyCipLaw’s 1st female partner, Justice Carolina C. Griño-Aquino, passes away at 89
2260. SyCipLaw's New Legal Staff
2261. SyCipLaw wins 2nd Chambers Philippine Law Firm of the Year
2262. SyCipLaw wins National Law Firm of the Year at the IFLR Asia Awards 2013
2263. Ten things to know – insurance regulation in the Philippines
2264. The 2013 Foreign Investors’ Guide to Real Estate Transactions in the Philippines
2265. The ACR I-Card
2266. The ALB SE Asia Law Awards 2013 Shortlists
2267. The Banking Regulation Review 4th Edition – Philippines
2268. The International Capital Markets Review-- Third Edition
2269. The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Telecoms, Media and Internet Laws and Regulations 2013
2270. The Lawyer APAC 150
2271. The Philippines Moves Forward
2272. The RH Law: The Debate Continues
2273. Tripartite Certificate of Compliance with Labor Standards
2274. Updated Links to SyCipLaw Legal Resources
2275. SyCipLaw selected as Who’s Who Legal leading law firm in the Philippines for 7th time
2276. Luisito V. Liban
2277. Rodelle B. Bolante
2278. :Testing& Article *
2279. Test Firm
2280. Taylor McCaffrey LLP
2281. Avoiding Employment Law Pitfalls in 2014
2282. CASL - Is Your Business Compliant?
2283. Critical Distinctions between U.S. and Canadian Labour and Employment Law
2284. Taylor McCaffrey Newsletter: TM@Work—May 2013
2285. TM@Work - Taylor McCaffrey September 2013 Newsletter
2286. TM @ Work Labor and Employment Newsletter, March 2012
2287. TM@Work - Work vs. Kids: Something's Got to Give
2288. Grant Mitchell
2289. Jeffrey Palamar
2290. Rod Roy
2291. Trilegal
2292. Calculation of Eligible Service for International Workers Under the Employees Pension Scheme, 1952
2293. Developments in Sexual Harassment Laws
2294. Employee Performing Imaginative and Creative Work not a Workman Under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
2295. ESIC Issues new Guidelines for Inspection
2296. India Signs Social Security Agreements With Canada and Sweden
2297. India Signs Social Security Agreement With Austria
2298. IT Companies in Karnataka to be Exempted from the Standing Orders Act
2299. IT Industries in Karnataka to Submit Draft Standing Orders by 31 December 2012
2300. IT/ITES Companies in Karnataka no Longer Enjoy an Exemption Under the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act
2301. Limitation Period on Test Inspections Under the Employees State Insurance Act, 1948
2302. New PF Guidelines on Inquiries, Filings and Basic Wages
2303. New Tax Challenge in respect of Secondment of Inbound Expatriates
2304. Principal Employer may be Required to pay Gratuity to Contract Employees
2305. Principal Employer not Responsible for Provident Fund Contributions with Respect to Contract Workers when the Contractor has Ultimate Control over the Affairs of its Establishment
2306. Refund of Provident Fund Contributions to International Workers
2307. Requirement of Police Verification of Employees for Recruitment in Private Sector in Pune
2308. Secondment of Managerial Staff may Constitute a PE for the Foreign Company in India
2309. Sexual Harassment in the Hospitality Sector in India
2310. Software Companies are 'Factories' as per New Court Ruling
2311. The Sexual Harassment Act
2312. The Sexual Harassment Act - Now In Force
2313. Top 10 Questions Employers Should Ask When Hiring and Firing in India
2314. Updates Relating to the Employees' Provident Fund
2315. Wage ceiling under EPF Act increased to INR 15,000
2316. Whether Withdrawal of Prospective Resignation Before its Effective Date is Permissible?
2317. Ajay Raghavan
2318. Tueth, Keeney, Cooper, Mohan & Jackstadt, P.C.
2319. ELA Higher Education Council Member Ian Cooper Secures Seventh Circuit Victory for Southern Illinois University in Sexual Harassment Matter
2320. Ian P. Cooper
2321. Melanie Gurley Keeney
2322. Ushijima & Partners
2323. Japan: Time Urgent: Importance of Setting up a Labor-Management Agreement by March 31, 2013
2324. Kenichi Kojima
2325. Shin Ushijima
2326. Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie
2327. Dan Agbor
2328. Kafayat “Jumoke” Lambo
2329. Vedder Price P.C.
2330. Action Required to Preserve FICA Refund Claim on Severance Pay
2331. Employee Notices About PPACA Insurance Exchanges - Guidance Issued
2332. Focus on Restrictive Covenants: Illinois Appellate Court Case May Change Landscape on Consideration Necessary to Support Restrictive Covenants Signed by At-Will Employees
2333. Focus On Restrictive Covenants: Illinois Supreme Court Rejects Petition for Leave to Appeal in Fifield
2334. Franchisors Beware: McDonald's Workers Sue for Alleged Wage and Hour Violations by Franchisees
2335. Health Care Reform: Employer Shared Responsibility Requirements Require Action & Exchange Notice Delayed
2336. HIPAA Bulletin: Key Effects of the Newly Published Final Omnibus Rule
2337. Illinois Bans Employment Application Questions About Criminal Convictions
2338. IRS Final Rule on ACA Play or Pay Mandate Allows Employers to Finalize Compliance Plans
2339. IRS Issues Guidance Regarding Same-Sex Spouses
2340. Vedder Price Labor and Employment Law Newsletter - September 2012
2341. What's New in Labor & Employment Law, Labor & Employment Newsletter September 2014
2342. New Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, Has Been Issued
2343. The NLRB Unwraps Several Post-Election Surprises for Employers
2344. Time to File H-1B Visa Petitions!
2345. USCIS Reaches H-1B Visa Cap
2346. Vedder Price Labor and Employment Newsletter, March 2013
2347. Vedder Price Labor and Employment Newsletter, September 2013
2348. Vedder Price Labor and Employment Law Newsletter -- December 2012
2349. What's New in Labor & Employment Law? Labor & Employment Newsletter June 2014
2350. What's New in Labor & Employment Law, Labor & Employment Newsletter March 2014
2351. What's New in Labor and Employment Law?, Labor & Employment Newsletter December 2013
2352. What's New In Labor & Employment Law, Labor & Employment Newsletter June 2013
2353. Bruce R. Alper
2354. Gabrielle M. Buckley
2355. Vidan Law Office
2356. Amendments to the Employment Act
2357. Croatia: termination of employment due to operational needs
2358. Employment & Labour Law – Jurisdictional comparisons
2359. LEGAL 500
2360. Towards new employment regulation in Croatia
2361. Hrvoje Vidan
2362. Waselius & Wist
2363. Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP
2364. The eWorkplace: Access, Security, and Privacy in the Era of the Cloud, Social Media, and BYOD
2365. YCST Lawyer Molly DiBianca Interviewed about Social Media on NPR's "Here and Now"
2366. Sheldon Sandler Cited as a Top Leading Management Labour & Employment Lawyers
2367. Young Conaway's Delaware Employment Law Blog Tops ABA Journal Blawg 100's Labor & Employment Category
2368. Barry M. Willoughby
2369. Scott A. Holt
2370. Young Conaway Stargatt and Taylor - Annual Employment Law Seminar 2013
2371. YükselKarkinKüçük
2372. Employment by Private Employment Agencies in Turkey
2373. Conditions to Initiate Lawsuits for Reinstatement to Work
2374. Tempoary Employment Relationships
2375. Subcontracting Relationship Under The Turkish Labour Law
2376. Authorisation to Execute a Collective Labour Agreement
2377. The New Law on Collective Relations
2378. First Step to Consider When Filing a Lawsuit: Costs to Start Proceedings in Turkey
2379. Conditions for Entitlement to Severance Pay under Turkish Labour Law
2380. Conditions for Entitlement to Severance Pay under Turkish Labour Law
2381. Ahu Pamukkale Günbay
2382. Basar Kural
2383. Ezgi Özdemir
2384. Melek Onaran Yüksel
2385. Živković Samardžić Law Office
2386. Jovana Tomic
2387. Milena Radic
2388. Forgot Password
2389. Global Business Immigration Law Handbook
2390. Belarusian Business Immigration Law
2391. Belgium Business Immigration Law
2392. Canadian Business Immigration Law
2393. Cyprus Business Immigration Law
2394. England and Wales
2395. French Business Immigration law
2396. Guatemala Business Immigration Law
2397. Hong Kong Business Immigration Law
2398. India Business Immigration Law
2399. Indonesia Business Immigration Law
2400. Italian Business Immigration Law
2401. Japanese Business Immigration Law
2402. Luxembourg Business Immigration Law
2403. Malaysia Business Immigration Law
2404. Malta Business Immigration Law
2405. Nigeria Business Immigration Law
2406. Norwegian Buisiness Immigration Law
2407. Panama Business Immigration Law
2408. Saudi Arabia Business Immigration Law
2409. Singapore Business Immigration Law
2410. Sri Lanka Business Immigration Law
2411. Taiwan Business Immigration Law
2412. Tanzania Business Immigration Law
2413. Ukrainian Business Immigration Law
2414. United Arab Emirates Business Immigration Law
2415. United States Business Immigration Law
2416. Yemen Business Immigration Law
2417. Global Employer Handbook
2418. Alabama Labor and Employment Law
2419. Alaska Labor and Employment Law
2420. Albania Labor and Employment Law
2421. Alberta Labor and Employment Law
2422. Angola Labor and Employment Law
2423. Argentina Labor And Employment Law
2424. Arizona Labor And Employment Law
2425. Arkansas Labor and Employment Law
2426. Australia Labor And Employment Law - Capital Territory
2427. Australia Labor And Employment Law - Federal
2428. Australia Labor And Employment Law - New South Wales
2429. Australia Labor And Employment Law - Northern Territory
2430. Australia Labor And Employment Law - Queensland
2431. Australia Labor And Employment Law - South Australia
2432. Australia Labor And Employment Law - Tasmania
2433. Australia Labor And Employment Law - Victoria
2434. Australia Labor And Employment Law - Western Australia
2435. Austria Labor and Employment Law
2436. Azerbaijani Labor And Employment Law
2437. Bahamas Labor and Employment Law
2438. Bangladesh Labor and Employment Law
2439. Barbados Labor and Employment Law
2440. Belarus Labor and Employment Law
2441. Belgian Labour and Employment Law
2442. Bermuda Labor and Employment Law
2443. Botswana Labor and Employment Law
2444. Brazil Labor and Employment Law
2445. British Columbia Labour and Employment Law
2446. Bulgaria Labor and Employment Law
2447. Burundi Labor and Employment Law
2448. California Labor and Employment Law
2449. Cambodia Labor and Employment Law
2450. Cameroon Labor and Employment Law
2451. Canada Federal Labour and Employment Law
2452. Cape Verde Labor and Employment Law
2453. Channel Islands Labor and Employment Law
2454. Chile Labor and Employment Law
2455. China Labor and Employment Law
2456. Colombia Labor and Employment Law
2457. Colorado Labor and Employment Law
2458. Connecticut Labor and Employment Law
2459. Costa Rica Labor and Employment Law
2460. Cote d' Ivoire Labor and Employment Law
2461. Croatia Labor and Employment Law
2462. Curacao Labor and Employment Law
2463. Cyprus Labor and Employment Law
2464. Czech Republic Labor and Employment Law
2465. Denmark Labor and Employment Law
2466. Delaware Labor and Employment Law
2467. District of Columbia Labor and Employment Law
2468. Dominican Republic Labor and Employment Law
2469. Dutch Labor and Employment Law
2470. Egypt Labor and Employment Law
2471. El Salvador Labor And Employment Law
2472. England and Wales Labour and Employment Law
2473. Estonia Labor and Employment Law
2474. Ethiopia Labor and Employment Law
2475. Falkland Islands Labour And Employment Law
2476. Finland Labor and Employment Law
2477. Florida Labor and Employment Law
2478. France Labor and Employment Law
2479. Gabon Labor and Employment Law
2480. Georgia Labor and Employment Law
2481. Germany Labor and Employment Law
2482. Gibraltar Labor and Employment Law
2483. Greece Labor and Employment Law
2484. Guam Labor and Employment Law
2485. Guatemala Labor and Employment Law
2486. Haiti Labor and Employment Law
2487. Hawaii Labor and Employment Law
2488. Honduras Labor and Employment Law
2489. Hong Kong Labor and Employment Law
2490. Hungarian Labor and Employment Law
2491. Idaho Labor and Employment Law
2492. Illinois Labor and Employment Law
2493. India Labor and Employment Law
2494. Indiana Labor and Employment Law
2495. Indonesian Labor and Employment Law
2496. Iowa Labor and Employment Law
2497. Iraq Labor and Employment Law
2498. Ireland Labor and Employment Law
2499. Israeli Labor and Employment Law
2500. Italian Labor and Employment Law
2501. Jamaica Labor and Employment Law
2502. Japan Labor and Employment Law
2503. Jordan Labor and Employment Law
2504. Kansas Labor and Employment Law
2505. Kazakhstan Labor and Employment Law
2506. Kentucky Labor and Employment Law
2507. Kenya Labor and Employment Law
2508. Korean Labor and Employment Law
2509. Kyrgyzstan Labor and Employment Law
2510. Laos Labor and Employment Law
2511. Latvia Labor and Employment Law
2512. Lebanon Labor and Employment Law
2513. Liechtenstein Labour and Employment Law
2514. Lithuania Labor and Employment Law
2515. Louisiana Labor and Employment Law
2516. Luxembourg Labor and Employment Law
2517. Macedonia Labor and Employment Law
2518. Maine Labor and Employment Law
2519. Malaysia Labor and Employment Law
2520. Malta Labor and Employment Law
2521. Manitoba Labor and Employment Law
2522. Mariana Islands Labor and Employment Law
2523. Maryland Labor and Employment Law
2524. Massachusetts Labor and Employment Law
2525. Mauritius Labor and Employment Law
2526. Mexico Labor and Employment Law
2527. Michigan Labor and Employment Law
2528. Minnesota Labor and Employment Law
2529. Mississippi Labor and Employment Law
2530. Missouri Labor and Employment Law
2531. Mongolia Labor and Employment Law
2532. Montana Labor and Employment Law
2533. Morocco Labor and Employment Law
2534. Mozambique Labor and Employment Law
2535. Myanmar Labor and Employment Law
2536. Nebraska Labor and Employment Law
2537. Nepal Labor and Employment Law
2538. Nevada Labor and Employment Law
2539. New Brunswick Labour And Employment Law
2540. Newfoundland And Labrador Labour And Employment Law
2541. New Hampshire Labor and Employment Law
2542. New Jersey Labor and Employment Law
2543. New Mexico Labor and Employment Law
2544. New York Labor and Employment Law
2545. New Zealand Labor And Employment Law
2546. Nicaragua Labor and Employment Law
2547. Nigeria Labor and Employment Law
2548. North Carolina Labor and Employment Law
2549. North Dakota Labor and Employment Law
2550. Northern Ireland Labor and Employment Law
2551. Northwest Territories and Nunavut Labour and Employment Law
2552. Norwegian Labor and Employment Law
2553. Nova Scotia Labour And Employment Law
2554. Ohio Labor and Employment Law
2555. Oklahoma Labor and Employment Law
2556. Oman Labor and Employment Law
2557. Ontario Labour and Employment Law
2558. Oregon Labor and Employment Law
2559. Pakistan Labor and Employment Law
2560. Panama Labor and Employment Law
2561. Pennsylvania Labor and Employment Law
2562. Peru Labor and Employment Law
2563. Philippine Labor and Employment Law
2564. Poland Labor and Employment Law
2565. Portugal Labor and Employment Law
2566. Prince Edward Island Labour And Employment Law
2567. Puerto Rico Labor and Employment Law
2568. Qatar Labor and Employment Law
2569. Quebec Labor and Employment Law
2570. Rhode Island Labor and Employment Law
2571. Romania Labor and Employment Law
2572. Russia Labor and Employment Law
2573. Rwanda Labor and Employment Law
2574. Sao Tome e Principe Labor and Employment Law
2575. Saskatchewan Labor and Employment Law
2576. Saudi Arabia Labor and Employment Law
2577. Scotland Labor And Employment Law
2578. Serbia Labor and Employment Law
2579. Singapore Labor and Employment Law
2580. Slovak Labor and Employment Law
2581. Slovak Republic Labor and Employment Law
2582. South Africa Labor and Employment Law
2583. South Carolina Labor and Employment Law
2584. South Dakota Labor and Employment Law
2585. Spain Labor and Employment Law
2586. Sri Lanka Labor and Employment Law
2587. Swedish Labor and Employment Law
2588. Swiss Employment and Labor Law
2589. Taiwan, R.O.C. Labor and Employment Law
2590. Tajikistan Labor and Employment Law
2591. Tanzania Labor and Employment Law
2592. Tennessee Labor and Employment Law
2593. Test Handbook Chapter
2594. Texas Labor and Employment Law
2595. Thai Labour and Employment Law
2596. The Peoples Republic Of China Labor and Employment Law
2597. Trinidad & Tobago
2598. Tunisia Labor and Employment Law
2599. Turkish Labor and Employment Law
2600. Turkmenistan Labor and Employment Law
2601. Uganda Labor and Employment Law
2602. Ukraine Labor and Employment Law
2603. United Arab Emirates Labour and Employment Law
2604. Uruguay Labor And Employment Law
2605. U.S. Virgin Islands Labor and Employment Law
2606. Utah Labor and Employment Law
2607. Uzbekistan Labor and Employment Law
2608. Venezuelan Labor And Employment Law
2609. Vermont Labor and Employment Law
2610. Vietnam Labour and Employment Law
2611. Virginia Labor and Employment Law
2612. Washington Labor and Employment Law
2613. West Virginia Labor and Employment Law
2614. Wisconsin Labor and Employment Law
2615. Wyoming Labor and Employment Law
2616. Yemen Labor and Employment Law
2617. Zambia Labor and Employment Law
2618. Industry Groups
2619. Government Contracting
2620. AAP
2621. Davis Bacon Act
2622. Drug Free Workplace & Workforce
2623. E-verification
2624. FAR Agreements
2625. HubZone Requirements
2626. OFCCP Audits
2627. SBA certification
2628. SCA and Unions
2629. Service Contracts Act
2630. Special Requirements for DoD Bases
2631. Staffing, non-competes, etc.
2632. Sub-Tier Commercial Agreements
2633. Training (EEO, Ethics)
2634. USDOL Audits
2635. Higher Education Council
2636. Hospitality
2637. Non-Labor Practice Task Force
2638. Retail
2639. Trade Secret
2640. Whistleblower
2641. Workplace Violence
2642. International Background Checks Summaries
2643. Argentina International Background Checks Summary
2644. Bangladesh International Background Checks Overview
2645. Chile International Background Checks
2646. Costa Rica International Background Checks
2647. Demark International Background Checks
2648. French International Background Checks
2649. Germany International Background Checks
2650. Hong Kong International Background Checks
2651. Hungary International Background Checks
2652. India International Background Checks
2653. Indonesia International Background Checks
2654. Ireland International Background Checks
2655. Israel International Background Checks
2656. Italian International Background Checks
2657. Kenya International Background Checks
2658. Malaysia International Background Checks
2659. Mexico International Background Checks
2660. Netherlands International Background Checks
2661. New Zealand International Background Checks
2662. Nigeria International Background Checks
2663. Philippines International Background Checks
2664. Poland International Background Checks
2665. Romania International Background Checks
2666. Russia International Background Checks
2667. Saudi Arabia International Background Checks
2668. Singapore International Background Checks
2669. South Africa International Background Checks
2670. South Korea International Background Checks
2671. Spain International Background Checks
2672. Sweden International Background Checks
2673. Switzerland International Background Checks
2674. Thailand International Background Checks
2675. Turkey International Background Checks
2676. U.K. International Background Check Summary
2677. United Arab Emirates International Background Checks
2678. Venezuela International Background Checks
2679. Vietnam International Background Checks
2680. Member Login
2681. Members Only
2682. 13th Annual Meeting Materials
2683. 14th Annual Meeting
2684. 12th Annual Meeting Materials
2685. Daily Agenda
2686. Website Reports
2687. ELA Logos
2688. Member Email
2689. 2012 ELA Annual Meeting Registration Information and Program Agenda
2690. Strategic Alliance with GlobeSmart
2691. Privacy
2692. Registration
2693. Search
2694. Sitemap
2695. UTILITY: Handbook Control Content
2696. UTILITY: Sidebar Control Content
2697. UTILITY: Webinars Control Content
2698. Webinars
2699. Affirmative Action and OFCCP Regulations and Audits: When and How They Apply to Your Business
2700. Africa and Middle East - Making Tough Personnel Decisions in a Global Recession
2701. Anticipating the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA)
2702. Asia and the Pacific - Making Tough Personnel Decisions in a Global Recession:
2703. Demystifying Business Immigration Law and Compliance for U.S. Employers
2704. The BYOD Workplace and the 24/7 Employee: Managing Legal Risks for Employers
2705. Drugs, Alcohol, Social Media, and Harassment in the Workplace: A Canadian Overview
2706. Hot Topics in Canadian Employment Law: A Coast-to-Coast Review
2707. Changes to the ADA and FMLA
2708. China Labor and Employment Law Update
2709. Class Action Waivers and Enforceable Arbitration Agreements after the Supreme Court's 2011 Decision in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion
2710. Conducting an Effective Internal Investigation in the United States
2711. Conducting an Effective Internal Investigation - A Global Perspective
2712. Conducting Employee Background Checks in the EU: Is it Legal? Is it Advisable?
2713. Cultural Considerations for Conducting Business in a Global Economy - Sessions 1 and 2
2714. Doing Business in the Muslim World - North/South America
2715. Doing Business in the Muslim World - Europe
2716. Can Employers Demand to See Employees' and Applicants' Facebook pages?
2717. New Developments in European Labour and Employment Law – What Employers Need to Know
2718. European Works Councils: Challenges Facing Multi-National Employers Doing Business throughout Europe
2719. Europe: Making Tough Personnel Decisions in a Global Recession
2720. Caution Advised: Federal and State Laws Regulating Pre-Employment Screening and Safe Hiring
2721. Hot Topics in Employment Law for the Oil and Gas Industry: A Global Perspective
2722. Global Workforce Mobility: What Employers Need to Know
2723. Harassment and Discrimination Issues in Latin America
2724. Hiring, Documenting, and Terminating H-1B Workers in a Climate of Increased Government Scrutiny
2725. Hiring and Firing Workers in Asia and the Pacific
2726. Hiring and Firing Workers in Benelux
2727. Hiring Workers in Eastern Europe and the CIS Countries
2728. Hiring Workers in East Africa
2729. Hiring Workers in South Africa
2730. Hot Topics in U.S. Labor and Employment Law for the Hospitality Industry
2731. Hot Topics in Labor Law Affecting the Retail and Restaurant Industry: A Global Perspective
2732. Hot Topics in U.S. Wage and Hour Law
2733. Immigration Issues For Employers
2734. Immigration Issues in the Hospitality Industry: A Global Perspective
2735. Immunity Gone! Will Jail Be Next?
2736. Key Employment Issues for U.S. Employers in the Hospitality Industry
2737. A Year in Review: Key U.S. Employment Law Developments in 2010 and What to Expect in 2011
2738. A Year in Review: Key U.S. Labor Law Developments in 2010 and What to Expect in 2011
2739. A Year in Review: Key U.S. Labor and Employment Law Developments in 2011 and What to Expect in 2012
2740. A Year in Review: Key U.S. Employment Law Developments in 2012 and What to Expect in 2013
2741. Labor and Employment Law Issues Triggered by Mergers and Acquisitions in the U.S.
2742. Latest Developments in Human Rights in Canada: A Coast-to-Coast Overview
2743. LGBT Issues and U.S. Employment Law: What Employers Need to Know
2744. Employers Beware: Major Changes in Mexican labor and Employment Law
2745. Making Your ELA Membership Work Harder for You
2746. M&A in the Middle East and North Africa: Key Issues for Employers
2747. Maximum Marketing with the ELA -- North/South America Session
2748. Mergers and Acquisitions in Latin America: What Every Employer Needs to Know
2749. Multi-National Companies Doing Business Abroad – Avoiding Common Business Immigration Pitfalls
2750. The NLRB Comes to Campus: An Update on Union Activity at U.S. Institutions of Higher Education
2751. An OFCCP Audit -- Coming to a "Theatre" Near You....
2752. Outsourcing in Europe: What Employers Need to Know
2753. The U.S. Federal Government’s Attempt to Strengthen the Power of Unions – and Why You Should Care
2754. Prevention and Redressal of Sexual Harassment at Work-Employer Obligations in India
2755. Privacy v. the Employer's Right to Know: Hot Issues that Straddle the Can-Am Border
2756. Reducing Your Exposure to Pay Discrimination Claims
2757. Redundancies in Asia and the Pacific: What Employers Need to Know - North Asia Session
2758. Redundancies in Asia and the Pacific: What Employers Need to Know - South Asia and the Pacific Session
2759. Social Media and Disciplining Employees: What Employers Need to Know
2760. Social Media and Privacy: Challenges Facing European Employers
2761. The U.S. Supreme Court's 2013 Employment Law Decisions: Key Considerations for Employers
2762. Transfer of Data and Personal Information Across Borders in the EU
2763. Union Establishment and Labor Unrest: What Every Employer Doing Business in China Needs to Know - Asia Session
2764. Union Establishment and Labor Unrest: What Every Employer Doing Business in China Needs to Know - North America Session
2765. United States: Making Tough Personnel Decisions in a Global Recession
2766. MySpace is Not Your Space: What Employers Need to Know about Employee Social Networking
2767. Opening a Business and Hiring Workers in Latin America
2768. Workplace Safety and Health: What Companies Doing Business in Bangladesh, China, and India Need to Know -- Session I
2769. Preventing Workplace Violence in the U.S.: Critical Legal, Behavioral, and Operational Considerations for Employers
2770. A Year in Review: Key U.S. Labor and Employment Law Developments in 2013 and What to Expect in 2014
2771. Your Top Talent Walks Out the Door: Now What?