Terese Connolly

Terese Connolly

Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP

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The Supreme Court Decides Mach Mining LLC vs. EEOC: A “Win” For Employers?

Last week, in Mach Mining, LLC v. EEOC, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that Title VII authorizes judicial review of the EEOC’s efforts to satisfy its statutory duty to conciliate before filing suit against an employer. ...more

5/8/2015 - Conciliation Discrimination Employer Liability Issues Judicial Review Mach Mining v EEOC SCOTUS Sex Discrimination Title VII

New Illinois Laws in 2015: What Employers Should Know

Ban the Box - Joining the current “Ban the Box” trend, effective January 1, 2015, the Job Opportunities for Qualified Applicants Act prohibits Illinois employers from asking job applicants about their criminal record...more

4/4/2015 - Ban the Box Criminal Background Checks Hiring & Firing Minimum Wage Pregnancy Pregnancy Discrimination Pregnant Workers Fairness Act Reasonable Accommodation

Minimum Wage in Mexico

Effective January 1, 2014, Mexico’s wages for geographic Zones “A” and “B” increased by 3.9%. Zone A includes all of Mexico’s major cities and entry ports....more

3/24/2014 - Mexico Minimum Wage

This Past Quarter’s Notable, International Employment Law Changes And What To Look For Down the Road: Belgium

On January 1, 2014, new dismissal rules under Belgian law took effect. These changes will require a complete review of your company’s Belgian employment contracts and policies. The following is a short summary of the main...more

3/24/2014 - EU International Labor Laws

China Enacts New Employment Law Affecting Employers Who Do Not Directly Employ Their Workers

China has a new employment law. This new law significantly impacts an employer who does not directly employ its own workers, but instead uses agencies such as FESCO or third party staffing companies, also known as labor...more

5/30/2013 - China Employer Liability Issues Employment Contract Equal Pay Labor Dispatch Services New Legislation Outsourcing Penalties

Mexican Federal Labor Law Reform: What Companies Doing Business in Mexico Need to Know

Mexico’s new Federal Labor Law (FLL) took effect on December 1, 2012. The reform seeks to modernize Mexico’s labor law. The new FLL’s major, employment related amendments include increased regulation of outsourcing jobs,...more

5/16/2013 - Anti-Harassment Policies Discrimination Employer Liability Issues Foreign Corporations Hiring & Firing Maternity Leave Outsourcing Paid Leave Profit Sharing Wages

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