Beth Lincow Cole

Facing an EEOC Charge? What to Expect

Receiving a complaint letter from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is often stressful for an employer, no matter how frivolous the employee’s claims. As employment law attorneys, we have found that…more

| Labor & Employment Law

Do Your Employees Moonlight?

The recent scandal regarding an attorney who was suspended by New York Attorney General’s office for moonlighting as a dominatrix highlights an important question—when can an employee’s “moonlighting” legitimately be used by…more

| Labor & Employment Law

Going Global: Addressing Discrimination Worldwide

As our world becomes increasingly connected, more and more employers have international operations, resulting in U.S. citizens working abroad and non-U.S. citizens working here. …more

| Labor & Employment Law

FMLA Update: Proximity Matters

An employee on leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act must remain in close proximity to the family member requiring care, according to a recent federal court decision. …more

| Labor & Employment Law

Is Congress Poised to Expand the FMLA?

As we noted in a previous post regarding the Family and Medical Leave Act, American families are changing. To address these changes, Assistant Senate Majority Leader Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Representative Carolyn Maloney (D-NY)…more

| Business Organizations

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