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German Employee Representation on Board Level - Territorial Restrictions Should Apply

by Bryan Cave on

Provided the European Court of Justice (ECJ) follows the Advocate General, German employee representation on the board level does not violate EU law and may be restricted to employees in Germany. A good decision, says...more

Stuck in the middle without EU: UK courts grapple with Brexit uncertainty

by Hogan Lovells on

One of the UK Government's central objectives for Brexit is to bring an end to the jurisdiction in the UK of the Court of Justice of the EU ("CJEU"). A necessary implication of this objective is that, unless agreed otherwise...more

Global Employment Law Update - April 2017

by Hogan Lovells on

In this edition of our Global Employment Law Update we look at the effects of the rapid growth of the "gig" economy across the jurisdictions. There have been significant case law and legislative responses, particularly on...more

DOJ Appeals Injunction of President's New Executive Order Banning Nationals from Certain Countries

by Littler on

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has appealed one of the two federal court injunctions issued in response to President Trump's revised travel ban executive order. This executive order, Protecting the Nation from Foreign...more

Sixth Circuit Upholds Dismissal of Fraud and Contract Claims Against Employer Sponsoring Green Card Application for Employee

by Butler Snow LLP on

In an interesting case situated at the intersection of immigration and contract law, the Sixth Circuit recently affirmed a district court’s dismissal of claims against Dow Corning Corporation stemming from its sponsoring an...more

Trump Blinks and Signs Revised Executive Order; States React Immediately

by Genova Burns LLC on

On March 6 President Trump signed a second Executive Order revoking his January Order and replacing it with Executive Order (“March Order”) effective March 16, 2017 that is intended to overcome court challenge. The March...more

Advancing Human Rights Claims Based on Global Supply Chain Activities: Recent Developments in California and Canada

by Littler on

Courts in California and Canada have emerged as testing grounds for advancing claims of forced labor in global supply chains.  The plaintiffs’ approach is to make companies more accountable to “soft law” norms like the UN...more

UPDATE: Ninth Circuit Upholds TRO Halting President Trump’s Immigration Travel Ban

On Thursday, February 9, 2017, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) emergency motion for a stay in a case that suspended implementation of certain sections of an executive order...more

Update on the President’s Executive Order Banning Selected Travel

by Epstein Becker & Green on

On January 27, 2017, President Donald J. Trump issued an executive order entitled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States” (“EO”). In pertinent part, the EO...more

Federal Court Blocks President Trump’s Immigration Executive Order

by Fisher Phillips on

What Latest Development Means for Employers - On Friday evening, February 3, a federal judge in Washington state granted a nationwide temporary restraining order blocking the president’s controversial immigration...more

UPDATE: Executive Order's Travel and Refugee Ban Temporarily Suspended

by FordHarrison on

On Friday, February 3, 2017, a Federal District Court judge issued a nationwide suspension of President Trump’s Executive Order, “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States.” For more...more

Federal Court Temporarily Halts Suspension of Travel to U.S. for Previously Affected Foreign Nationals

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: Immediate Stay of Trump’s Executive Order has been denied and travel ban remains halted for now. On Friday, February 3, a Federal District Court in Washington issued a temporary restraining order...more

Clarifying Muddied Waters: Making Sense of President Trump’s January 27 Executive Order

The Immigration Bulletin was created to help our clients adapt to constantly evolving immigration laws, regulations, and policies. To do so, we strive to provide clients access to the latest information. Of course, it’s more...more

European Court of Justice: Can Temporary Incapacity of an Unknown Duration Constitute a Disability?

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Mohamed Daouidi v Bootes Plus S.L. (Case C-395/15) (2015/C 354/22) considered whether the dismissal of a worker due to temporary incapacity (but of unknown duration) could constitute...more

International Harmonization of Trade Secret Rights and Remedies

In a recently unprecedented bipartisan effort the United States enacted the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) on May 11, 2016. What many in the US do not know is that less than 30 days later the EU passed European Union...more

[Webinar] Employment and Severance Agreements At Home and Abroad - Part 2: Employment Agreements (Two Part Series) - December 7th,...

by Locke Lord LLP on

Please join us for another of Locke Lord’s informative live webinars: a practical overview of employment agreements around the globe. On December 7th, our panel of speakers will discuss key aspects of employment agreements,...more

Conducting an Internal Investigation in the PRC? Protect Your Company From the Outset

by Kobre & Kim on

Requests by a company’s counsel to interview company employees as part of internal investigations into potential misconduct are commonplace. But when a U.S. company and its counsel seek to interview citizens working for the...more

The Senior Managers Regime – should GCs be worried?

by King & Spalding on

In March this year the PRA and the FCA introduced the Senior Managers Regime (‘SMR’) for individuals associated with banks and PRA regulated investment firms (from 2018 the SMR will apply to all UK authorised firms). The...more

Be Aware Belgium - September 2016

by DLA Piper on

Under the principle of proportionality, can a serious cause be dismissed considering that the sanction resulting from the serious cause is unreasonable? In a judgment dated 6 June 2016 (S.15.0067. F/1, available through...more

Plan to Grant Work Authorization to Millions Remains on Hold After Supreme Court Denies Request for Rehearing

by Littler on

On the first day of its new term, the United States Supreme Court sidestepped another opportunity to determine the constitutionality of President Obama’s executive immigration reforms. On October 3, 2016, the Court denied...more

Supreme Court Denies Rehearing in Immigration Case

by Cozen O'Connor on

On Monday, October 3rd the Supreme Court denied the Obama administration’s request to rehear arguments in United States v. Texas, a case involving President Obama’s 2014 executive actions on immigration. The Supreme Court...more

Anheuser-Busch InBev and Lessons in Joint Venture FCPA Compliance

by Thomas Fox on

Just in time for National Beveridge Day comes the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement action involving Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI), where the company paid $6 million to settle charges that it violated the FCPA and...more

Fifth Circuit Overturns $226,000 Fine Imposed on a Staffing Company for Completing Section 2 of Form I-9 Remotely

by Littler on

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) takes the position that employers must physically review original documents in the actual presence of a new hire when completing the attestation in Section 2 of the Form I-9 (the...more

DOJ and SEC Collect $22 Million from LAN Airlines for Conduct in Resolving Labor Dispute

by Michael Volkov on

Last week, the Justice Department and the SEC announced parallel FCPA settlements totaling $22 million in fines, penalties and disgorgement against LAN Airlines, a Chile-based airline, for conduct in resolving a labor dispute...more

German Employee's Dismissal at U.S. Regulator's Behest Ruled Invalid

by Littler on

On July 13, 2016, the Frankfurt Higher Labor Court held the dismissal of an employee in response to demands by the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) was invalid. (Frankfurt Labor Court, 18 Sa 1498/15)....more

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