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OSHA Announces Final Rule Increasing Employers’ Injury Reporting Obligations

Yesterday OSHA announced a new final rule, effective January 1, 2015, that will increase the obligation of employers to report injuries to OSHA. Currently, federal OSHA requires that employers report work-related fatalities and…more
| Labor & Employment Law

New Rule On Reporting Worker Hospitalization

On September 11, 2014, OSHA announced a new rule that will require employers to report, in addition to fatalities, all in-patient hospitalizations resulting from a work-related incident…more
| Labor & Employment Law

OSHA Update: OSHA Proposes To Regulate Retaliation Through Citation

In an unusual move, OSHA announced recently that it is seeking comments on proposed rules that would allow it to issue citations to employers who retaliate against employees who report injuries. The announcement comes in the…more
| Administrative Law, Construction Law, Labor & Employment Law

Employer Rights Lost in Translation

A new NLRB matter demonstrates the importance of having bilingual managers for a bilingual staff. The employer addressed union members in the run up to a decertification election. The script called for the COO to warn the…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Move Over EEOC: Time for an NLRB Benchslap

Over the last few weeks we have blogged on a number of judicial decisions chastising the EEOC (Another Approaching Benchslap for EEOC?, EEOC Benchslaps Just Keep Coming and The EEOC Hits Just Keep Coming!). Today we shift our…more
| Administrative Law, Agriculture, Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law, Immigration Law

The EEOC Hits Just Keep Coming!

Last week a federal judge in Hawaii imposed peculiar sanctions against the EEOC for the Commission’s unethical conduct in a class action. In EEOC v. Global Horizons, Inc. et al., No. 1:11-cv-00257-LEK-RLP (D. HI. filed August…more
| Civil Remedies, Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law

EEOC Benchslaps Just Keep Coming

Yesterday we reported on an entertaining “man bites dog” case initiated by a former EEOC Phoenix Regional Office investigator who sued the EEOC for race discrimination, retaliation, and violation of her civil rights. “Another…more
| Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law

Another Approaching Benchslap for EEOC?

In a positively delightful “man bites dog” story, a former EEOC investigator just filed suit against the EEOC alleging race discrimination, racially hostile work environment, and retaliation in violation of Title VII and the…more
| Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law

Re-Claiming Credit

When an employee leaves and sets up a competing business, may he or she claim experience for work done by the former employer? The Seventh Circuit recently considered whether an architect – a former employee of a firm – is…more
| Communications & Media Law, Construction Law, Labor & Employment Law, Intellectual Property

Colorado Construction Monitor - Summer 2014

In this Issue: - Denver’s construction activity approaching historic peak of 2007 - Market Update - Condominium Construction Defects Legislation Introduced - Whether for Cause or Convenience,…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law, Labor & Employment Law, Insurance, Real Estate - Residential

Texas’ Mess Premature

Back in November, we alerted you to Texas’ lawsuit against the EEOC over the EEOC’s Enforcement Guidance prohibiting categorical employer policies that preclude hiring convicted felons. Texas v. EEOC, No. 5:13-CV-255-C (N.D…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law

The Boss Just Wanted to Help

Assuming that psychological counseling might be a “medical examination” under the ADA, when may an employer require an employee to get counseling as a condition of continued employment? A recent 6th Circuit case provides some…more
| Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law

False Filing Still Protected

A policy against making bad faith complaints of discrimination or harassment is no protection for an employer. Recently, an employee – jointly employed by the Army and a private employer – filed a complaint of age…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law

Federal Contractors Beware – Part 4

On August 6, 2014, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) released a proposed rule requiring federal contractors to provide “summary” compensation data, as instructed by President Obama in his April 8, 2014…more
| Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law, Government Contracting

OSHA Update: Legal Privileges Can Shield Accident Reports and Safety Audits from Disclosure

Written accident and incident investigations, as well as comprehensive safety and health compliance audits, are essential components of an effective safety and health program. Unfortunately, OSHA has often pursued accident…more
| Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Labor & Employment Law
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