The Earned Sick and Safe Leave Act, which becomes effective on October 16, 2016, requires certain Montgomery County employers with one or more employees within the county to provide paid sick leave.
On June 24,...more
Courts may review whether the EEOC satisfied its statutorily mandated obligation to attempt conciliation before filing suit, although the scope of judicial review is narrow....more
D.C. employers are now required to accommodate pregnant workers.
The District of Columbia’s Protecting Pregnant Workers Fairness Act of 2014 (the Act) took effect on March 3. The new law requires D.C. employers to...more
The emergency amendments relate to timekeeping requirements for exempt employees and statutory language regarding pay notice requirements....more
The U.S. Department of Labor’s final rule extending the minimum wage and overtime requirements to most home care workers becomes effective January 1, 2015.
New laws affecting reasonable accommodations for pregnant employees, leave for employees with immediate family in the armed forces, and wage payment and responses to lien notifications take effect on October 1....more
High Court's decision provides companies with a significant and rational defense to class certification in antitrust and other damages class actions.