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More than 50% of teens have experienced cyber bullying. Parents have historically looked to their children’s schools and local government to address the issue, but what about the social media sites which contribute to the...more
Interprofessional National Agreement and Law on Employment Security Passed -
On January 11, 2013, social partners at national level agreed to an interprofessional agreement “for a new economic and...more
The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is preparing to conduct an online survey of the 115 covered entities it audited in 2012 as part of the HITECH-mandated, pilot audit program. OCR hopes to use the survey results to evaluate...more
As a resource to our clients, the Labor, Employment and Workplace Safety team at K&L Gates has summarized major legislative changes and key cases affecting employers in 2013 in certain key states in which we...more
In This Issue:
- Supreme Court to Address “Changing Clothes” under the FLSA
- First Appellate Court Decision on FLSA’s Nursing Mother Provision
- Courts Continue Trend in Favor of Class Waivers in Arbitration...more
With the stroke of several employee-friendly pens, Governor Brown enacted a number of new laws in California that take effect on January 1, 2013. These laws further expand the rights of employees in California, and further...more
The General Assembly finished its business for 2012 last night and although there was a last minute flurry of legislation, several bills that had been tracked by many employers came up short.
•Senate Bill 79, which...more
New Jersey Business Litigation: Attorney-Client Privilege Only Extends So Far
by Robert Levy
In Marshall v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, A-1405-11, the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey reminded litigants...more
In This Issue:
A monthly newsletter covering the latest developments in UK Employment Law.
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Now that the new year is upon us, it is important for employers to be aware of the numerous new California laws in the employment area that will impact their operations. Unless otherwise noted, the laws listed below are...more
In this issue:
• NOTES FROM THE EDITOR
• NEW CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT LAWS
• AN EMPLOYEE'S RIGHTS UNDER FMLA
• EMPLOYMENT CASE LAW DECISIONS OF 2011
Excerpt from New California Employment Laws...
In his first legislative season, California Governor Jerry Brown has signed into law 22 employment-related bills. All but one go into effect on January 1, 2012. The most significant changes are summarized as...more
A new tidal wave of employment laws is about to flood the shores of California. On January 1, 2012, multiple new laws will take effect in California, and they will have a significant impact on the employment practices of...more
California is at it again! Over the past few weeks Governor Jerry Brown signed several employment-related bills – some of which require employers of all sizes to update their policies and practices. Some of the new laws, most...more
In This Issue:
Arbitration Can Save Time and Money By James R. Holland II (Kansas City)
As American businesses slowly emerge from the worst downturn since the Great Depression, employers should steer clear of roadblocks...more
In federal civil rights litigation, a successful plaintiff suing a public entity may ordinarily recover his or her attorneys fees. But when the public entity defendant prevails, it may also recover its attorneys fees from the...more
In Holmes v. Petrovich Development Company, plaintiff Gina Holmes sued her former employer for sexual harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, violation of the right to privacy, and intentional infliction of emotional...more
A series of decisions recently issued by the Supreme Court of the United States, may alter your workplace and result in an evaluation of your polices and procedures as well as potentially create concerns regarding past...more
IN THIS ISSUE:
*Applicability Of California Wage Laws To Nonresidents Subject To Review
*Release Of Claims For Overtime Wages Upheld
..Employee Free Choice Act Re-Introduced In Congress; Contrary...more
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