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Another Not-So-Subtle “Message” from the EEOC

What would the holidays be without a visit from the EEOC! Its latest visit was to Dillard’s – to stop by to pick up a $2 million settlement check this week in connection with an ADA class action filed in California back in…more

ADA, EEOC, FMLA, GINA

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A Brief Look at Tennessee's New Workers’ Compensation Law

On April 29, 2013, Governor Bill Haslam signed the Tennessee Workers’ Compensation Reform Act of 2013 (“the Reform Act”) into law. The Reform Act will apply to all workers’ compensation claims that are made on or after July 1,…more

Healthcare, New Legislation, Physicians, Workplace Injury

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Significant Changes to HIPAA Effective March 26, 2013

The following is a summary of the major changes to HIPAA under the new Final Rule: 1. Breach Notification Standard Lowered — In perhaps the most significant change under the Final Rule, the new regulations considerably…more

Business Associates, Civil Monetary Penalty, Covered Entities, Data Breach, Data Protection

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What’s New with the EEOC?

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has issued two new Guidance documents in March. Use of Background Checks - The EEOC and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which enforces the Fair Credit…more

Compliance, EEOC, Enforcement, FCRA, FTC

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Balancing the Affordable Care Act and ERISA

Looming implementation of the Affordable Care Act's (ACA) so-called “play or pay” provision has large employers evaluating the alternatives it presents: “play,” by offering health insurance coverage to full-time employees; or…more

Affordable Care Act, Employer Mandates, ERISA, Health Insurance Exchanges, Healthcare

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Update – Administering Benefits in a Post-DOMA World

Here is a brief update to our September 24, 2013 alert, which addressed the administration of employee benefits as well as federal income taxes and FMLA leave following this summer’s ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in United…more

DOL, DOMA, EBSA, Employee Benefits, ERISA

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The Fifth Circuit’s Rejection of the NLRB’s Ban on Class Waivers - a Victory for Employers

Earlier this week, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in D.R. Horton, Inc. v. National Labor Relations Board, that arbitration agreements which bar employees from pursuing class actions do not violate federal labor law. In…more

Arbitration, Class Action, Class Action Arbitration Waivers, D.R. Horton, D.R. Horton v NLRB

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The Latest from the U.S. Supreme Court - Time Spent Putting On and Taking Off Protective Gear Is Not Compensable Under the Fair Labor Standards Act

Earlier this week, in Sandifer v. U.S. Steel Corp., the Supreme Court addressed whether unionized workers may be entitled to compensation for time spent putting on and taking off protective gear. The Court found that putting on…more

Antonin Scalia, Collective Bargaining, FLSA, Protective Gear, Sandifer v U.S. Steel Corp

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Are You Ready for First-to-File Patent Priority?

Patent attorneys are expecting a flurry of patent filing activity by March 15, 2013. This is because under the American Invents Act, U.S. Patent Laws will change on March 16, 2013 and the U.S. will convert to a first-to-file…more

America Invents Act, First-to-File, First-to-Invent, Intellectual Property Litigation, Inventions

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Georgia Lien Law Revised In Favor of Contractors

Legislation signed into law this week will have meaningful impacts on contractors asserting liens against property owners for non-payment. On Tuesday, May 7, 2013, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law House Bill 434,…more

Contractors, Liens

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SEC Eliminates Ban on General Solicitation in Private Offerings

On July 10, 2013, the SEC took the following actions that are likely to have a significant impact on hedge funds, private investment funds and other companies that raise capital through private offerings of securities..…more

Advertising, General Solicitation, Hedge Funds, Investment Company Act, IRS

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What’s Happening with Overtime?

Some misconceptions are floating around regarding the current status of federal overtime laws. .Fact: Nothing has actually changed yet. .Fact: President Obama has ordered the Department of Labor (DOL) to evaluate the…more

DOL, Exempt-Employees, FLSA, Non-Exempt Employees, Unpaid Overtime

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Regulation FD Does Not Prohibit Social Media Communications with Investors

The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) recently released a report that answers important questions about how companies can release material information through social media without violating Regulation FD…more

Investors, Public Disclosure, Regulation FD, SEC, Social Media

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Are You Ready for First-to-File Patent Priority?

Patent attorneys are expecting a flurry of patent filing activity by March 15, 2013. This is because under the American Invents Act, U.S. Patent Laws will change on March 16, 2013 and the U.S. will convert to a first-to-file…more

America Invents Act, First-to-File, First-to-Invent, Intellectual Property Litigation, Inventions

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A Wolf at the Door: Could a Labor Union Encourage Your Employees to Ask OSHA to Inspect Your Non-Union Facilities – Then Participate in the Inspection?

Under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), absent a few highly unusual situations, a non-employee union representative can be denied access to an employer’s property at any time. Workplace inspections conducted by OSHA have…more

Compliance, Inspections, NLRA, Non-Union, OSHA

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Four Sustainability Reporting Highlights of 2013

2013 should be remembered as a transformative year for sustainability. Significant developments emerged not just from sustainability reports, but from non-profits and regulators concerned with stakeholder interests and reporting…more

Carbon Emissions, Compliance, EPA, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, No-Action Letters

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SEC Eliminates Ban on General Solicitation in Private Offerings

On July 10, 2013, the SEC took the following actions that are likely to have a significant impact on hedge funds, private investment funds and other companies that raise capital through private offerings of securities..…more

Advertising, General Solicitation, Hedge Funds, Investment Company Act, IRS

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New Section 336(e) Election Provides Additional Flexibility in Taxation of Stock Transactions

On May 15, 2013, the Department of the Treasury issued final regulations regarding a new election now permitted under Section 336(e) of the Internal Revenue Code that allows sellers to elect to treat transactions structured as…more

Capital Gains, Corporate Taxes, Income Taxes, Internal Revenue Code, IRS

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What’s Happening with Overtime?

Some misconceptions are floating around regarding the current status of federal overtime laws. .Fact: Nothing has actually changed yet. .Fact: President Obama has ordered the Department of Labor (DOL) to evaluate the…more

DOL, Exempt-Employees, FLSA, Non-Exempt Employees, Unpaid Overtime

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The NLRB Paves the Way to Make Elections Easier for Labor Unions

Last week, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or “Board”) reintroduced proposed regulations that would expedite union elections. If finalized, the regulations, which were published in the Federal Register last Thursday…more

Employer Liability Issues, NLRB, Unions

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A Back-Door Increase in the Federal Minimum Wage

The cost of doing business with the federal government has just gone up. Fulfilling a promise from his State of the Union Address, President Obama signed an Executive Order on February 12, 2014 that will raise the minimum wage…more

Federal Contractors, Minimum Wage, Wage and Hour

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Are You Ready for First-to-File Patent Priority?

Patent attorneys are expecting a flurry of patent filing activity by March 15, 2013. This is because under the American Invents Act, U.S. Patent Laws will change on March 16, 2013 and the U.S. will convert to a first-to-file…more

America Invents Act, First-to-File, First-to-Invent, Intellectual Property Litigation, Inventions

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The Latest from the U.S. Supreme Court - Time Spent Putting On and Taking Off Protective Gear Is Not Compensable Under the Fair Labor Standards Act

Earlier this week, in Sandifer v. U.S. Steel Corp., the Supreme Court addressed whether unionized workers may be entitled to compensation for time spent putting on and taking off protective gear. The Court found that putting on…more

Antonin Scalia, Collective Bargaining, FLSA, Protective Gear, Sandifer v U.S. Steel Corp

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IRS Creates New Disregarded Entity Exclusion from Debt Cancellation Income

The IRS has announced a new safe harbor from the discharge of debt income rules. Debt that is cancelled, discharged or forgiven is generally taxable as income, but there are exceptions. Under one exception, certain income…more

Debt, Exclusions, Forgiven Debt, Income Taxes, IRS

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The NLRB Paves the Way to Make Elections Easier for Labor Unions

Last week, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or “Board”) reintroduced proposed regulations that would expedite union elections. If finalized, the regulations, which were published in the Federal Register last Thursday…more

Employer Liability Issues, NLRB, Unions

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SEC Eliminates Ban on General Solicitation in Private Offerings

On July 10, 2013, the SEC took the following actions that are likely to have a significant impact on hedge funds, private investment funds and other companies that raise capital through private offerings of securities..…more

Advertising, General Solicitation, Hedge Funds, Investment Company Act, IRS

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