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Ohio's New Law Altering the Concealed Carry Obligations of Employers Goes Into Effect in March

The effective date of Ohio’s new concealed carry law that will alter the ability of Ohio’s employers to ban firearms on their property and premises is quickly approaching. Signed by Governor John Kasich on December 19, 2016,...more

Nationwide Permanent Injunction Bars Implementation of DOL's "Persuader Rule"

As we explained in our client alert and blog posting on June 30, 2016, a Texas federal court on June 27 enjoined the United States Department of Labor (DOL) from implementing its new interpretation of the “Persuader Rule.” In...more

Federal Court Enjoins "Blacklisting" Rule, but Contractors Are Not Out of the Woods Yet

On Oct. 24, 2016, a U.S. District Court issued a preliminary injunction restraining the U.S. Government from implementing the “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” Executive Order and the related Final Rule and Guidance...more

Nationwide Preliminary Injunction Bars Implementation of Department of Labor's "Persuader Rule"

On June 27, a federal court in Texas enjoined the United States Department of Labor (“DOL”) from implementing its new interpretation of the “Persuader Rule.” In a sweeping 86-page rebuff to the DOL, the court opined that the...more

Ohio Employment Law Reform: S.B. 268

The Ohio General Assembly heard testimony on May 18, 2016, in support of pending Senate Bill 268 (S.B. 268), the Employment Law Uniformity Act. S.B. 268 seeks to amend Ohio’s employment discrimination statute, R.C. Chapter...more

When Acting to Prevent Data Breaches and Comply with Privacy Laws, Remember Overarching Employee Rights

The grocery business may be “fresh and easy,” but drafting a confidentiality and data protection policy that withstands the scrutiny of the current National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is not. The NLRB, in its recent 2-1...more

Employees Must Prove Retaliation Was “But-For” Cause of Employment Action

Employers are well aware that poorly performing employees may lodge baseless retaliation claims as a smokescreen to interfere with legitimate discipline....more

U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Loosen Causation Standards for Employee Retaliation Claims in University of Texas Southwestern...

On June 24, 2013, the Supreme Court rejected a lower standard of proof for employee retaliation claims under Title VII, finding that a lower causation standard could tempt poorly performing employees to file frivolous claims...more

United States Supreme Court Confirms that a Timely and Properly Worded Offer of Judgment May Moot a Collective Action

Last week, the United States Supreme Court confirmed what we informed readers of in our Employment Class Action Blog on February 21, 2011, "A timely and properly worded offer of judgment may moot a collective action and...more

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