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Noncompete News - January 2014

State Laws Governing Noncompete Agreements May be a Trap for the Unwary - As discussed previously, noncompete agreements can be a powerful tool to help employers protect their confidential, proprietary or trade secret…more

Confidential Information, Non-Compete Agreements, Restrictive Covenants, Trade Secrets

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Federal Judge Dismisses Claim against University; Failure to Appropriately Monitor Docket Not Excusable Neglect

A federal trial court in D.C. recently dismissed the Amended Complaint of a former professor at the University of the District of Columbia ("UDC" or "University") due to his failure to timely oppose a Motion to Dismiss, finding…more

Breach of Contract, Collective Bargaining, Due Process, Motion to Dismiss, Universities

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State Department Says Computer Glitch Has Caused a World-Wide Delay in Visa and Passport Processing

A State Department spokesperson has stated that technological glitches in the Consular Consolidated Database have caused the system to crash, resulting in significant delays in the processing of visas and passports for…more

Delays, Passports, Visas

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Restaurant Industry Newsletter - April 2013: Help! I just received a Charge of Discrimination from the EEOC. What is it, and what do I do next?

If you just received a charge of discrimination from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC"), you are not alone. During the EEOC's 2012 fiscal year, 99,412 charges of discrimination were filed…more

ADA, ADEA, Discrimination, EEOC, Equal Pay Act

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California's Gentry Rule Under Challenge

Executive Summary: The U.S. Supreme Court has vacated the decision of a California state court, which held that a trial court should apply the factors set out in the California Supreme Court's 2007 decision in Gentry v…more

American Express v Italian Colors Restaurant, Arbitration Agreements, Class Action Arbitration Waivers, Gentry, SCOTUS

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Department of Labor Publishes Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to Implement Executive Order 13658

On February 12, 2014, President Obama signed Executive Order 13658 raising the minimum wage for the employees of some federal contractors and subcontractors to $10.10 per hour, effective January 1, 2015. On June 17, 2014, the…more

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When is a Retirement Account not a Retirement Account?

Q: When is a retirement account not a retirement account? A: When it's an inherited IRA and the owner is bankrupt. That's what the Supreme Court said last week in a case involving the Bankruptcy Code's exemption…more

Clark v. Rameker, Consumer Bankruptcy, Estate Planning, IRA, Popular

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Legal Alert: Fast Food Walkouts May Be Just Beginning

The well-publicized citywide fast food walkout in New York City on April 4, followed by another in Chicago on April 24, appear to be just the beginning of efforts to pressure fast food restaurants into paying higher wages…more

Fast-Food Industry, Hospitality Industry, Strike, Unions, Wage and Hour

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NMB Publishes New Strategic Plan

Executive Summary: The National Mediation Board (NMB) has published an updated Strategic Plan. This follows a December 2013 report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) faulting the previous 2012 Plan. Of particular…more

Air Carriers, Airline Employees, Airlines, Collective Bargaining, GAO

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Nothing Personal: How to be Smart About Your BYOD Workplace Policy (And Why It Matters!)

You might think people are making more out of BYOD than it deserves, that it is a relatively benign issue. Alas, you’d be wrong…more

Bring Your Own Device, Confidential Information, FLSA, Legal Perspectives, Wage and Hour

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Noncompete News: Illinois Appellate Court Finds Restrictive Covenant Unenforceable; Continued Employment Of At Least Two Years Required

In a decision handed down June 24, 2013, the Illinois Appellate Court, First District, found a restrictive covenant unenforceable due to lack of adequate consideration…more

Consideration, Contract Drafting, Restrictive Covenants

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New EEOC Guidance Expands Protection for Pregnant Employees

The EEOC has issued new guidance on the reach of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act ("PDA"), and, not surprisingly, taken a very expansive view of the protections to be afforded pregnant employees…more

ADA, Discrimination, EEOC, Employer Liability Issues, Enforcement Guidance

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Noncompete News - January 2014

State Laws Governing Noncompete Agreements May be a Trap for the Unwary - As discussed previously, noncompete agreements can be a powerful tool to help employers protect their confidential, proprietary or trade secret…more

Confidential Information, Non-Compete Agreements, Restrictive Covenants, Trade Secrets

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OFCCP Argument for Expansive Scope of Desk Audit May be Weakened

A federal trial court in Texas has entered an agreed order granting a joint motion for voluntary dismissal filed by the parties in Frito-Lay v. Department of Labor. As discussed in our prior Alert, in Frito-Lay, the company…more

Arbitration, Audits, DOL, Frito-Lay, OFCCP

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Legal Alert: Deaf Lifeguard's Disability Claims Against Oakland County Go To Jury

The Sixth Circuit has reversed the decision of a lower court and held that a deaf individual should be permitted to proceed to trial on his claim that a prospective employer discriminated against him on the basis of disability…more

ADA, Appeals, Disability, Discrimination, Genuine Issue of Material Fact

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California High Court Finds Class Action Waivers Enforceable; Waiver of PAGA Action is not Enforceable

Acknowledging the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion, 131 S. Ct. 1740 (2011), to be a game-changer, the California Supreme Court has held that the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) preempts a state's…more

Arbitration, AT&T Mobility v Concepcion, Class Action, Class Action Arbitration Waivers, Federal Arbitration Act

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Federal Judge Dismisses Claim against University; Failure to Appropriately Monitor Docket Not Excusable Neglect

A federal trial court in D.C. recently dismissed the Amended Complaint of a former professor at the University of the District of Columbia ("UDC" or "University") due to his failure to timely oppose a Motion to Dismiss, finding…more

Breach of Contract, Collective Bargaining, Due Process, Motion to Dismiss, Universities

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Legal Alert: The New Form I-9 Is Here

After a lengthy delay and extensive comment period, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released today a revised Form I-9 (Rev. 03/08/13 N). Employers may download the new form by visiting the USCIS web site at: …more

Eligibility, Hiring & Firing, I-9, USCIS

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The Full Quorum Strikes Back - NLRB's Ambush Election Rules Revived

Executive Summary: With a full quorum of Board members and a 3-to-2 political majority in the Democrats' favor, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has resurrected proposed rule changes that would drastically affect…more

Ambush Election Rules, NLRB, Union Elections, Unions

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NLRB Strikes Down Work Rule Prohibiting Off-Duty Employee Access To Company Property

Executive Summary: On May 1, 2014, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued an order finding that Piedmont Gardens, a retirement community, violated § 8(a)(1) of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) when it…more

Accessibility Rules, Employment Policies, NLRA, NLRB, Section 7

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Federal Courts Issue Conflicting Decisions on Affordable Care Act Subsidies

On July 22, 2014, two different federal appeals courts issued conflicting decisions on the availability of subsidies for health insurance purchased by individuals on Exchanges established by the federal government under the…more

Affordable Care Act, Halbig v Burwell, Health Insurance, Health Insurance Exchanges, Healthcare Reform

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President Signs Executive Order Prohibiting Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Yesterday, President Obama signed an Executive Order prohibiting federal contractors from discriminating against employees based on gender identity and sexual orientation. Specifically, the Executive Order amends Executive Order…more

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Legal Alert: Supreme Court Strikes Portion Of DOMA

On June 26, 2013, the United States Supreme Court issued a pair of opinions favorable to the gay rights movement, ruling that married same-sex couples are entitled to federal benefits and, by declining to decide a case from…more

Discrimination, DOMA, Due Process, Employee Benefits, Equal Protection

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Fifth Circuit Further Strengthens Class Action Waivers With Latest DR Horton Decision

In a long awaited decision, D.R. Horton v. National Labor Relations Board, (Case. No. 12-60031, Dec. 3, 2013), the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals vacated the January 2012 ruling of the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB")…more

Arbitration, Arbitration Agreements, Class Action, Class Action Arbitration Waivers, D.R. Horton

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Legal Alert: Tennessee's Safe Commute Act May Impact Workplace Weapons Policies

On March 14, 2013, Tennessee governor Bill Haslam signed into law the "Tennessee Safe Commute Act." The new law, which takes effect July 1, 2013, will allow handgun carry permit holders to store firearms and ammunition in their…more

Concealed Carry Permit, Firearms, Guns-in-Trunks Legislation

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Healthcare Employers Must Be Consistent When Restricting Union Buttons and Other Insignia

The National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB" or "Board") recently held that a healthcare employer violated the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) by prohibiting employees from wearing union protest stickers. See HealthBridge…more

Employee Rights, Employer Liability Issues, Healthcare Facilities, Hospitals, NLRB

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Healthcare Legal Alert: Former Nurse Asks U.S. Supreme Court To Settle Circuit Split On Meal Break And Timekeeping Issue

On July 22, 2013 a former nurse asked the U.S. Supreme Court to resolve a circuit split, which she claims the Sixth Circuit created when it found that the nurse's admitted failure to follow the hospital's procedures for logging…more

FLSA, Nurses, Payroll Records, Rest and Meal Break, SCOTUS

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Students in Clinical Training Program Were Not Employees Under the FLSA

A federal trial court in Florida recently issued a significant decision on the issue of unpaid trainees under the FLSA, finding that 25 former students of Wolford College were not employees when they participated in a clinical…more

Classification, Employee Rights, FLSA, Full-Time Employees, Students

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Airline Industry Legal Alert: Ninth Circuit Finds FAA Preempts Safety-Related Wrongful Termination Claim

Executive Summary: The Ninth Circuit has held that the Federal Aviation Act (FAA) preempts state law wrongful termination claims where their resolution would require "the factfinder to intrude upon the federally occupied field…more

Airlines, Employer Liability Issues, FAA, Termination

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Students in Clinical Training Program Were Not Employees Under the FLSA

A federal trial court in Florida recently issued a significant decision on the issue of unpaid trainees under the FLSA, finding that 25 former students of Wolford College were not employees when they participated in a clinical…more

Classification, Employee Rights, FLSA, Full-Time Employees, Students

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Legal Alert: FCPA Resource Guide Issued

On November 14, 2012, the Criminal Division of the United States Department of Justice ("DOJ") and the Enforcement Division of the United States Security and Exchange Commission ("SEC") issued "A Resource Guide to the U.S…more

Compliance, DOJ, FCPA, FCPA Resource Guide, SEC

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Whistleblowing Made Easy: OSHA's New On-Line Complaint Procedure Has Gone Live

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration ("OSHA") recently made it easier for disgruntled employees to file whistleblower complaints against their current or former employers. Going forward, employees who believe…more

Complaint Procedures, OSHA, Retaliation, Safety Precautions, Whistleblowers

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Legal Alert: Obesity Is A Disease, But Is It A Disability?

The American Medical Association's (AMA's) declaration that obesity is a disease could open the door to a new wave of lawsuits under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)…more

ADA, American Medical Association, Disability, Disability Discrimination, EEOC

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3 Legal Mistakes Hiring Managers Make In the Employment Process

In your experience, what's the one legal mistake hiring managers always (inadvertently) make? That's the question we asked labor and employment attorneys writing on JD Supra - and here is what we heard back..…more

Background Checks, Hiring & Firing, Legal Perspectives

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Airline Management Newsletter - February 2014

Ninth Circuit Upholds Strike Injunction Against Non-Union Employees - Executive Summary: The Ninth Circuit recently affirmed the decision of a federal trial court, which granted a strike injunction against unrepresented…more

Airlines, Airports, Aviation Industry, Collective Bargaining, Employer Liability Issues

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Health Care Alert: Supreme Court Limits Agency Fees to Full-Fledged Public Employees

In a decision that could have a significant financial impact on many labor unions, the U.S. Supreme Court has held that personal care providers, who are considered state employees only for limited collective bargaining purposes…more

Collective Bargaining, Employee Benefits, Harris v Quinn, Healthcare, SCOTUS

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New Tennessee Law Limits Scope of Employment Discrimination

Tennessee has drastically changed the legal landscape of employment discrimination litigation under state law. For claims arising after July 1, 2014, plaintiffs will no longer have the ability to seek unlimited compensatory…more

Compensatory Damages, Discrimination, Employer Liability Issues

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Legal Alert: Minnesota Court Upholds Principle That Married Employees May Lawfully Sleep With The Enemy

Your friends may refuse to hang out with you because of your spouse, but in Minnesota, your employer generally cannot…more

Hiring & Firing, Marriage, Protected Class

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Finale

Litigation Value: Bless your heart if you’re still keeping track at this point. This blog has always focused on bad behavior. We tease out employment law issues by writing about the characters who do things in the…more

Workplace Hazards

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3 Things Small Business Owners Don't Include in Their Year-End Planning, But Should

When it comes to year-end planning, what's the one thing most small business owners don't do but should? That's the question we put to attorneys writing on JD Supra, knowing that the diversity of insights would make for…more

Buy-Sell Agreements, Employee Benefits, Legal Perspectives, Small Business, Year-End Compliance Checklist

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Federal Judge Dismisses Claim against University; Failure to Appropriately Monitor Docket Not Excusable Neglect

A federal trial court in D.C. recently dismissed the Amended Complaint of a former professor at the University of the District of Columbia ("UDC" or "University") due to his failure to timely oppose a Motion to Dismiss, finding…more

Breach of Contract, Collective Bargaining, Due Process, Motion to Dismiss, Universities

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Employer Strategies In A Changing Slow-Growth Economy – Dealing With Organized Labor: The Boeing Blueprint

How are U.S. employers approaching the economic "recovery" from the recession and what strategies are being employed by them, particularly in relation to unionized workforces?…more

Boeing, Business Development, Economic Downturn, Unions

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Airline Management Newsletter - February 2014

Ninth Circuit Upholds Strike Injunction Against Non-Union Employees - Executive Summary: The Ninth Circuit recently affirmed the decision of a federal trial court, which granted a strike injunction against unrepresented…more

Airlines, Airports, Aviation Industry, Collective Bargaining, Employer Liability Issues

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Fifth Circuit Further Strengthens Class Action Waivers With Latest DR Horton Decision

In a long awaited decision, D.R. Horton v. National Labor Relations Board, (Case. No. 12-60031, Dec. 3, 2013), the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals vacated the January 2012 ruling of the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB")…more

Arbitration, Arbitration Agreements, Class Action, Class Action Arbitration Waivers, D.R. Horton

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Legal Alert: Supreme Court Lends Support To Strategy For Curtailing Wage And Hour Collective Actions

On April 16, 2013, the Supreme Court issued a decision that makes it easier for employers to limit the scope of wage and hour "collective actions." In Genesis Healthcare Corp. v. Symczyk (Apr. 16, 2013), the Court held that an…more

Class Certification, Collective Actions, FLSA, Genesis HealthCare, Genesis Healthcare Corp. v. Symczyk

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NLRB Strikes Down Work Rule Prohibiting Off-Duty Employee Access To Company Property

Executive Summary: On May 1, 2014, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued an order finding that Piedmont Gardens, a retirement community, violated § 8(a)(1) of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) when it…more

Accessibility Rules, Employment Policies, NLRA, NLRB, Section 7

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New EEOC Guidance Expands Protection for Pregnant Employees

The EEOC has issued new guidance on the reach of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act ("PDA"), and, not surprisingly, taken a very expansive view of the protections to be afforded pregnant employees…more

ADA, Discrimination, EEOC, Employer Liability Issues, Enforcement Guidance

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NY Legislature Passes Significant Amendments to the Wage Theft Prevention Act: Employers No Longer Required to Distribute Annual Pay Notices

On June 19, 2014, the New York Legislature passed a bill to eliminate the requirement that New York employers must distribute annual wage notices to all employees. While employers may be relieved by this change, the bill also…more

New Legislation, Notice Requirements, Wage and Hour, Wage Theft

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Is Your Business At Risk For Damages And Civil Money Penalties Based On Violations Stemming From Improper I-9 And E-Verify Procedures?

Executive Summary: The Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Discrimination (OSC) within the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has made it a priority to pursue employers who allegedly…more

Citizenship Status Discrimination, DOJ, E-Verify, Employer Liability Issues, I-9

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Restaurant Industry Newsletter - January 2014

Tax Ruling Impacts the Use of Mandatory Service Charges - Executive Summary: Beginning on January 1, 2014, "mandatory gratuities" or service charges are no longer considered "tips" by the Internal Revenue Service, and…more

FICA Taxes, FLSA, Hospitality Industry, Income Taxes, IRS

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Legal Alert: California Supreme Court Issues "Mixed Motive" Decision Favorable To Employers

According to a new California Supreme Court opinion, once an employee claiming discrimination demonstrates that a discriminatory reason for his or her termination substantially motivated an adverse employment decision, the…more

Adverse Employment Action, Discrimination, Hiring & Firing, Injunctions, Mixed Motive Cases

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Students in Clinical Training Program Were Not Employees Under the FLSA

A federal trial court in Florida recently issued a significant decision on the issue of unpaid trainees under the FLSA, finding that 25 former students of Wolford College were not employees when they participated in a clinical…more

Classification, Employee Rights, FLSA, Full-Time Employees, Students

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New Jersey Bill Expanding Prohibition On Discrimination Against Unemployed Advances In State Legislature

Executive Summary: A bill which would expand existing laws to prohibit discrimination against the unemployed is progressing in the New Jersey state legislature, having been approved by the Senate and reported favorably out of…more

Discrimination, Unemployment, Unemployment Benefits

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The Race To File H-1B Work Visas On April 1, 2014

Executive Summary: We are releasing this Alert to remind employers of the fast approaching April 1, 2014 deadline for filing H-1B work visa petitions on behalf of foreign employees who need sponsorship for long-term work…more

Deadlines, H-1B, USCIS, Visas, Work Visas

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Legal Alert: Undocumented Workers Who Are "Off The Clock" Or "Off The Books" Are Still Subject To The FLSA

In Lucas v. Jerusalem Café, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit held that undocumented workers are entitled to recover for unpaid overtime and minimum wage violations under the federal Fair Labor Standards…more

Employee Rights, Employer Liability Issues, FLSA, Minimum Wage, Undocumented Immigrants

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Legal Alert: Supreme Court Sets Heightened Standard For Proving Retaliation Claims

On June 24, 2013, the United States Supreme Court heightened the burden of proof for employees bringing retaliation claims under Title VII by holding that employees have to prove that the employer's desire to retaliate was the…more

But For Causation, Discrimination, Hiring & Firing, Racial Discrimination, Religious Discrimination

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New Jersey Bill Expanding Prohibition On Discrimination Against Unemployed Advances In State Legislature

Executive Summary: A bill which would expand existing laws to prohibit discrimination against the unemployed is progressing in the New Jersey state legislature, having been approved by the Senate and reported favorably out of…more

Discrimination, Unemployment, Unemployment Benefits

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Supreme Court's Contraceptive Decision Not a One-Size-Fits-All Religious Exemption from the Affordable Care Act's Requirements

In Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that closely-held, for-profit corporations have standing under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 (RFRA). In addition, the Court held that while the government…more

Affordable Care Act, Burwell v Hobby Lobby, Contraceptive Coverage Mandate, Contraceptives, Hobby Lobby

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NY Legislature Passes Significant Amendments to the Wage Theft Prevention Act: Employers No Longer Required to Distribute Annual Pay Notices

On June 19, 2014, the New York Legislature passed a bill to eliminate the requirement that New York employers must distribute annual wage notices to all employees. While employers may be relieved by this change, the bill also…more

New Legislation, Notice Requirements, Wage and Hour, Wage Theft

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Restaurant Industry Alert - Fast Food Strikes Announced For Global Workforce

Executive Summary: In an attempt to draw attention to their ongoing efforts to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour, union organizers have announced another walkout/strike for May 15th…more

Employee Rights, Minimum Wage, NLRA, NLRB, Restaurant Industry

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Restaurant Industry Newsletter - May 2013: Would You Like Fries, or a Collective Action Overtime Lawsuit, With That Burger?

A number of well-known restaurant chains have been hit with lawsuits over the last few years alleging that their exempt managers or assistant managers were indeed non-exempt and therefore should have been paid overtime. These…more

Collective Actions, Employer Liability Issues, Exemptions, FLSA, Restaurant Industry

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Employers Should Be Aware Of The Risks Of Unexpected FMLA Liability

Executive Summary: While most companies are aware of the liability they may face if they violate the FMLA, a recent decision from the Eleventh Circuit serves as a reminder of just how important it is for employers to train…more

Employer Liability Issues, Estoppel, FMLA, Human Resources Professionals, Retaliation

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Supreme Court Rules that Public Employee's Testimony Is Protected by First Amendment

The U.S. Supreme Court recently held that a public employee's truthful sworn testimony, under subpoena, which was not part of his ordinary job duties, was entitled to First Amendment protection. See Lane v. Franks (June 19,…more

First Amendment, Lane v Franks et.al, SCOTUS, Subpoenas, Testimony

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OFCCP Argument for Expansive Scope of Desk Audit May be Weakened

A federal trial court in Texas has entered an agreed order granting a joint motion for voluntary dismissal filed by the parties in Frito-Lay v. Department of Labor. As discussed in our prior Alert, in Frito-Lay, the company…more

Arbitration, Audits, DOL, Frito-Lay, OFCCP

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Supreme Court's Contraceptive Decision Not a One-Size-Fits-All Religious Exemption from the Affordable Care Act's Requirements

In Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that closely-held, for-profit corporations have standing under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 (RFRA). In addition, the Court held that while the government…more

Affordable Care Act, Burwell v Hobby Lobby, Contraceptive Coverage Mandate, Contraceptives, Hobby Lobby

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Supreme Court Invalidates Recess Appointments to NLRB

In a long-awaited decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has held that President Obama's recess appointments of Members Block, Griffin, and Flynn to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) on January 4, 2012, were unconstitutional…more

Barack Obama, Canning v NLRB, NLRB, Recess Appointments, SCOTUS

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Speaking My Truth About Team-Building

Litigation Value: Aside from a potential workers’ compensation claim for Toby, from having a paper airplane thrown directly into his eye, Dunder Mifflin is getting off light this week…more

Business Development, Corporate Culture

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Benefits Bulletin - September 2013

A Troubled Multiemployer Pension Plan Means Big Trouble For Your Company - You can hardly pick up a newspaper or business magazine today without reading about the staggering costs of defined benefit multiemployer plans,…more

Benefit Plan Sponsors, Compliance, Employee Benefits, Employer Liability Issues, Multiemployer Plan

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Legal Alert: Sequestration Arrives With Federal Contractors Still Facing WARN Act Uncertainties

March 1 has arrived without a budget compromise in Washington, DC. Barring a last minute deal before midnight tonight, across-the-board federal budget cuts are expected to go into effect. For employers, this will bring with it…more

Contractors, Layoffs, Notice Requirements, Sequestration, WARN Act

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Airline Management Newsletter - March 2013

In This Issue: - NMB Announces Voting Procedures Changes - Second Circuit Weighs In On AIR21 Burden-Shifting Framework - DOL Issues Final FMLA Crewmember Regulations ..Flight Crew Eligibility Standards …more

Airlines, Aviation Industry, Burden-Shifting, Contractors, Discrimination

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Supreme Court's Contraceptive Decision Not a One-Size-Fits-All Religious Exemption from the Affordable Care Act's Requirements

In Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that closely-held, for-profit corporations have standing under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 (RFRA). In addition, the Court held that while the government…more

Affordable Care Act, Burwell v Hobby Lobby, Contraceptive Coverage Mandate, Contraceptives, Hobby Lobby

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NY Legislature Passes Significant Amendments to the Wage Theft Prevention Act: Employers No Longer Required to Distribute Annual Pay Notices

On June 19, 2014, the New York Legislature passed a bill to eliminate the requirement that New York employers must distribute annual wage notices to all employees. While employers may be relieved by this change, the bill also…more

New Legislation, Notice Requirements, Wage and Hour, Wage Theft

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NYC Paid Sick Time Law Effective Today, April 1, 2014

Executive Summary: The New York City Earned Sick Time Act ("the Act") went into effect on April 1, 2014. The Act requires employers with at least five employees who work at least 80 hours per year in NYC to provide all such…more

Employee Rights, Paid Leave, Sick Leave

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