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Nigeria: Part II

This article is the second in a series which provides an overview of the basics of employment law in Nigeria and will focus on laws governing employment terminations, including wage and hour, termination, restrictive covenants,…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Constitutional Law, International Law & Trade, Labor & Employment Law

Washington Employers Must Pay Piece Rate Workers Additional Rest Break Compensation

With some limited exceptions, Washington State wage and hour rules require that workers receive a paid 10 minute rest break for every four hours worked. The Washington Supreme Court has now expanded employer obligations in this…more
| Agriculture, Labor & Employment Law

New California Law Expands Retaliation Coverage

Employees Requesting Accommodation Are Now Protected - On July 16, 2015, Governor Brown signed into law AB 987, amending the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) to reflect what many already believed to be…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Employment Law in Colombia: Part III

This article is the third in a series which provides an overview of the basics of employment law in Colombia and will focus on laws governing employment terminations, including just cause reasons for terminating the employment…more
| Labor & Employment Law

USDOL Publishes "Independent Contractor" Interpretation

The U.S. Labor Department's Wage and Hour Division has released "Administrator's Interpretation No. 2015-1" to address what it characterizes as the "problematic trend" of allegedly misclassifying workers as independent…more
| Labor & Employment Law

California Enacts "Fix-It" Legislation to Cure Ills of Paid Sick Leave Law

California’s paid sick leave law went into effect on July 1, 2015, but soon found itself in the emergency room with many unpleasant side effects. On July 13, Governor Brown signed AB 304 into law, which fixes many of the defects…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Evaluating The Impact Of USDOL's Salary Proposal

The U.S. Labor Department has of course proposed a substantial increase in the minimum salary amount required to meet the basic compensation criterion for an executive, administrative, professional, or a derivative exemption…more
| Labor & Employment Law

If You Can't Fire A Teacher For Criticizing Management, Who Can You Fire?

Most school administrators would be shocked to learn that the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) could, in some circumstances, find that their school engaged in an unfair labor practice for disciplining or terminating an…more
| Administrative Law, Education, Labor & Employment Law

50 Shades Of Grey… In The Boardroom

As the weather heats up, summertime romances are probably on the minds of many of your employees. According to the Society of Human Resource Management, as many as 40% of workers have had an office relationship at some point in…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Labor & Employment Law

Court Adopts "Primary Benefit" Unpaid-Intern Analysis

We have been following developments in Glatt v. Fox Searchlight Pictures since former unpaid interns filed the lawsuit in 2011 seeking (among other things) back-wages under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. In June 2013, the…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Labor & Employment Law

Electronic Devices At School: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

The reality of life for most employees is that most of them cannot make it through an hour, much less a full school or business day, without checking their smartphones, tablet computers, laptops, and other electronic devices…more
| Civil Procedure, Communications & Media Law, Education, Labor & Employment Law, Privacy

If Your Baristas Can Show Off Their Tattoos, Will Your Employees Be Next?

Coffee giant Starbucks recently announced a major change to its dress and appearance policy, allowing baristas to visibly display tattoos for the first time in the company’s 44-year history. The company decided that employee…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law

Top Ten Things to Do When an Employee Resigns to Join a Competitor

When an employee resigns to join a competitor, it is important to respond promptly. Odds are that the employee has been orchestrating his or her departure for weeks or months. The security of your trade secrets and/or customer…more
| Labor & Employment Law, Intellectual Property

Top Ten Mistakes Made by Departing Employees

Recently, I wrote about the top ten things a company should do when an employee resigns to join a competitor. But what about the flip side of that coin? What mistakes should be avoided by departing employees and the firms that…more
| Labor & Employment Law, Intellectual Property

Playing It Safer: Managing Concussion-Litigation Risk In K-12 Athletics

Following a week-long trial in May, an Iowa jury concluded that Bedford High School was negligent in the way it handled a head injury to former high school freshman football player Kacey Strough. The jury awarded Kacey $1…more
| Education, Personal Injury
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