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2015 California Labor and Employment Legislation Update: The End (of Session) Is Near…

The California Legislature adjourned Friday evening, September 11, to close its 2015-16 Legislative Session. It sent a number of employment-related bills to Governor Brown for consideration by his October 11, 2015 deadline to...more

US Authorizes Sanctions and Export Controls Against Venezuela

On December 18, 2014, President Obama signed into law the Venezuela Defense of Human Rights and Civil Society Act of 2014 (the “Act”). The legislation authorizes the United States to impose sanctions against certain...more

Pentagon Attempt to Enlist DACA Recipients Delayed

As we recently reported, the Pentagon has been attempting to expand its ability to recruit beyond lawful permanent residents (LPRs) and U.S. citizens by enlisting Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients. In...more

Military Attempts to Expand Recruitment Beyond Residents and Citizens

The Pentagon announced recently that it is considering ways in which to expand its ability to recruit beyond lawful permanent residents (“LPRs”) and U.S. citizens. Typically, enlistment is only open to LPRs and citizens....more

Getting Down To Business: Highlights Of New California Employment Laws

With the start of the new year, it is the perfect time for employers to ensure that their policies reflect the changes in California law. We covered many of the laws affecting employers in our “California Legislative Update...more

Immigration Legislation Update

In 2013, supporters of comprehensive immigration reform had high hopes for a significant overhaul of the nation’s immigration system, a prospect that appears increasingly unlikely as the end of the year approaches. While...more

12 New Laws California Employers Need To Know

California Governor Jerry Brown has recently signed into law numerous bills that will impact California employers. The most notable new California statutes, and one new San Francisco Ordinance, are summarized below. All...more

California Legislative Update 2013

Governor Jerry Brown recently signed bills enacting several new employment statutes, marking the end of the California Legislature’s 2013 regular session. Increase of Minimum Wage to $10 per Hour by 2016 (AB 10)...more

Insights - Spring 2013: Employment Law Update

In This Issue: - Ohio Intentional Tort Update - Criminal Background Checks and Federal Contractors - New Family and Medical Leave Act Regulations - I-9 Form Changes - Excerpt from Ohio Intentional Tort...more

Employers Must Update Several Policies, Forms and Posters

As the first four months of 2013 come to a close, employers should ensure that their human resources departments have updated several policies, forms and posters requiring attention after the first of the year. The posting of...more

New FMLA Regulations Effective: New Notice Poster and Model Forms Available

As of March 8, 2013, employers with 50 or more employees are required to post the Department of Labor’s (DOL) new Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) notice poster incorporating the recently issued final regulations, which...more

SuperVision Today - 1st Quarter 2013

In This Issue: - Notes from the Chair & Executive Editor - Immigration Reform May Affect All Employers - Primer on West Virginia State Law Labor and Employment Claims? - Taking a Look at the Latest on Affordable...more

Labor and Employment Observer 2012/2013

In This Issue: - Message from the Chair - A Second Obama Administration’s Impact on Labor and Employment Issues - Will There be Comprehensive Immigration Legislation After the 2012 Presidential...more

See for yourself, Two citizens in the country of the United States

In this article, it is shown that there is in the country of the United States two citizens; a citizen of the United States and a citizen of a State who is not a citizen of the United States using the waters that surround...more

Not Quite the DREAM Act for Military DREAMers

On Friday, June 15, 2012, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano issued a Memorandum stating that DHS would shortly grant a temporary immigration status called “deferred action” to certain young people who were...more

For Purposes of International Law there are Two citizens in the country of the United States

William Bennett Munro, Professor of Municipal Government at Harvard University, in his work "The Government of the United States: National, State, and Local" (1919) writes at page 73: “So far as the rules of international...more

All You Need To Know About A Citizen Of A State Who Is Not A Citizen Of The United States

Since the Fourteenth Amendment and the Slaughterhouse Cases, there is a citizen of the United States, and a citizen of a State who is not a citizen of the United States. A citizen of the United States is...more

Blunders of the Supreme Court of the United States, Part 7

The seventh in a series on blunders made by the Supreme Court of the United States. In this article the case of the Slaughterhouse Cases (83 U.S. (Wall. 16) 36, 1873) is reviewed. The blunder made is that one born or...more

Article IV, Section 2, Clause 1 is defined to have both Fundamental and Common Privileges and Immunities

Article IV, Section 2, Clause 1 has been defined to have both fundamental privileges and immunities as well as common privileges and immunities. After the adoption of the Constitution of the United States of...more

December 1, 2011 - The Federal Crimes Watch Daily

The Federal Crimes Watch Daily is a daily newspaper that discusses current federal criminal issues written by a federal criminal defense attorney....more

Yes there are two citizens (with privileges and immunities) under the Constitution since the adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment

Since the adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment, there are two citizens under the Constitution of the United States of America with privileges and immunities which are not the same. They are a citizen of the United...more

Yes, there were four citizens before the Fourteenth Amendment

Before the Fourteenth Amendment, there were two citizens; one was a citizen of a State, born in the United States of America (a native citizen); the other was a citizen of the United States, born in a foreign country (a...more

What effect did the Slaughterhouse Cases have on the case Dred Scott v. Sanford?

Discover for yourself that the Slaughterhouse Cases had no effect on the case of Dred Scott v. Sanford. Legal authority cited, quoted, and linked....more

Yes, persons born in the United States under the Fourteenth Amendment are not born in the several States

One born (or naturalized) in the United States, under Section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment is not born (or naturalized) in the several States, but rather in the District of Columbia, the territories and possessions of...more

Questions and Answers on Citizenship in the United States, More

All you need to know about citizenship in the United States. (The following cases from the Supreme Court of the United States are quoted, cited, and linked to: Holden v. Hardy, 169 U.S. 375 (1918); Collector v....more

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