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Salary History Inquiries to Be Off-Limits to New York City Employers

Action Item: On May 4, 2017, New York City Mayor Bill DiBlasio signed Int. No. 1253-A, a bill making it unlawful as part of the hiring process for an employer to ask about or rely on a prospective employee’s prior salary...more

Philadelphia Postpones Salary History Ban

Action Item: The City of Philadelphia has agreed to a court order postponing the effective date of a law that would prohibit employers from inquiring into a job candidate’s salary or benefit history during the application...more

Congress Passes Federal Defend Trade Secrets Act

Action Item: President Barack Obama is expected to sign a new law that will provide companies with a federal cause of action for trade secret protection claims. The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 (“DTSA”) passed Congress...more

Don’t Get Smoked By Pennsylvania’s New Medical Marijuana Law

Action item: Governor Tom Wolf is expected to sign legislation on Sunday, April 17, that will legalize medical marijuana in Pennsylvania. The new law also prohibits discrimination against certified users of medical marijuana,...more

Department of Labor Issues New FMLA Forms

Action Item: The Department of Labor’s release of new model Family and Medical Leave Act notice and certification forms serves as an important reminder that all covered employers should periodically review their FMLA...more

6/13/2015  /  DOL , FMLA , FMLA Certification Forms , GINA

U.S. Supreme Court Decision Will Lead to Intense Scrutiny of ESOP Fiduciaries

The United States Supreme Court issued a decision yesterday that will result in significant changes to employee stock ownership plan ("ESOP") administration and design, which could jeopardize the viability of stand-alone...more

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