Upcoming Affirmative Action Plan Requirements for Federal Contractors and Subcontractors
Should an employer have a written social media policy?
Protecting Trade Secrets When Employees Depart
Tax Traps of Employment Documents
Which Canadian jurisdictions are examining Target Benefit Plans? An update from Ian McSweeney
Status of Target Benefit Plans in Quebec
Bullying in the Workplace: L&E Case Study
North Carolina Unemployment Insurance Reform Webinar
BB&K's Isabel Safie Discusses the Implications of IRS’ Definition of Governmental Plan Status
Annual Labor & Employment Update 2013
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)... *Liability and Data Breach Sold Separately
Global Immigration Solutions for Multinational Businesses
Navigating the New OFCCP Regulations on Affirmative Action Obligations: Make Sure Your Organization is Ready
What is at will employment law?
Structuring Compensation Programs – Interview with David Lagasse, Member, Mintz Levin
Executive Compensation Packages – Interview with David Lagasse, Member, Mintz Levin
Polsinelli Podcast - What Employers Need to Know about Obesity in the Workplace
Is an Honor Vacation Policy Right for My Company?
Corporate Criminal Liability – Interview with Bridget Rohde, Member, Mintz Levin
The Affordable Care Act & the Impact on the C-Suite – Interview with Alden Bianchi, Member, Mintz Levin
When does an independent contractor become a public utility? That's the question the Illinois Supreme Court debated during the September term in People ex rel. Department of Labor v. E.R.H. Enterprises, Inc. Based upon the...more
Our previews of the oral arguments on the Illinois Supreme Court’s September docket continue with People ex rel. Department of Labor v. E. R. H. Enterprises, Inc.
E.R.H. began in 2008 when the Labor Department issued...more
EDITOR’S NOTE -
The last few months have not failed to provide interesting False Claims Act (FCA) activity in the courts. We begin our newsletter by examining a case brought in the energy sector, alleging that a...more
A terminated employee brought claims against his former employer for wrongful termination in violation of the California False Claims Act (“CFCA”), public policy, and the whistleblower protections provided by the Labor Code. ...more
The Labor Department’s fiscal 2012 appropriations bill, approved by Congress last month, includes modest spending boosts for both MSHA and OSHA. MSHA’s budget has risen to $374 million from $361.8 million, while OSHA’s budget...more
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