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Don’t Change the Schedule: NYC Fast Food and Retail Employers Must Take Notice

Beginning November 2017, fast food and retail employers in New York City will be forced to think twice before making changes to employees’ schedules. Last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio signed the “Fair Workweek” bills into law,...more

National Restaurant Association Seeks Review Of Tip Pooling Rule

On January 19, the National Restaurant Association (“the Association”) asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a Department of Labor (“DOL”) rule that prohibits “tip pools,” the sharing of tips among “front of the house” staff...more

White House Speaks Out Against Non-Compete Agreements

This week the White House issued a “call to action” regarding the inclusion of non-compete agreements in employee contracts for certain categories of workers. The White House is encouraging the passage of new laws by the...more

Federal Court Interprets New Standing Requirements Under Spokeo

The ripple effects persist as lower courts continue to apply the Supreme Court’s holding in Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, 136 S. Ct. 1540, 1547 (2016), which established a new “standing,” threshold for plaintiffs seeking to assert...more

Second Circuit to Consider Whether Sexual Orientation Discrimination is Protected Under Title VII

On September 16, 2016, in Christiansen v. Omnicom Group Inc. et al., 16-cv-748 (2d Cir 2016), ad agency DDB Worldwide (“DDB”) argued before the Second Circuit that Title VII does not support discrimination claims based on...more

NLRB Reverses Over a Decade of Precedent: Student Employees Entitled to NLRA Protection

Reversing more than a decade of precedent, the activist National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled on August 23, 2016 in The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York and Graduate Workers of Columbia–GWC, UAW...more

Seventh Circuit Makes the Case for Covering Sexual Orientation Under Title VII—Then Punts to the Supreme Court

A former adjunct teacher who accused her employer of sexual orientation discrimination lost her case because federal law does not offer protection for employees who say they are discriminated against on that basis. A panel...more

Congress Enacts Federal Trade Secrets Law

The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed legislation that would protect businesses from the growing threat of trade secrets theft. Under the new legislation, businesses will have a new and powerful option to bring...more

Higher Education Highlights - Spring 2016

Upcoming changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act salary-basis test may convert many of your smartphone-toting exempt employees into non-exempt employees, requiring you to track the evening and weekend time these employees...more

New Jersey Appellate Division Holds that Mandatory Arbitration Provisions Contained in Employee Handbooks are Unenforceable

New Jersey employers’ mandatory arbitration policies are likely to be found unenforceable when contained in an employee handbook, the New Jersey Appellate Division recently ruled. In C.M. v. Maiden Re Insurance Services, LLC,...more

Does Your Institution Have a Disability Accommodation Policy? It Should.

The Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (“ADA”) prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities. The ADA also requires an employer to make reasonable accommodations for the known disabilities of an...more

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