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The District of Columbia Council Passes Its Own Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act

The Council of the District of Columbia passed the Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act (WTPAA) of 2014 which then mayor Vincent C. Gray signed in September 2014. Pursuant to the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, this...more

District of Columbia Wage Theft Prevention Act Takes Effect February 26, 2015; Recent Amendments Modify Notice, Timekeeping,...

As we previously reported (see the Act Now Advisory titled “New District of Columbia Law Greatly Expands Remedies for Wage Law Violations and Places New Notice Requirements on Employers”), the “Wage Theft Prevention Amendment...more

New Washington, DC Wage Law with Sweeping Changes In Effect This Week

On February 26, 2014, the Amended DC Wage Theft Prevention Act (the “Act”) goes into effect and imposes several new obligations on Washington, DC employers. The Act makes sweeping changes to notice and recordkeeping...more

Two new DC laws on wage theft, criminal record info mean a sea change for District employers

In the rush of the holiday season, activity by federal lawmakers might have gone unnoticed. In the dawn of 2015, however, Washington, DC employers have woken to a series of new obligations and restrictions....more

OSHA’s New Reporting Rules Are in Effect—What Will OSHA Do With the Data?

On January 1, 2015, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) revised regulation for reporting work-related injuries went into effect. Employers are now required to report fatalities as well as the following...more

Emergency Legislation to DC’s Wage Theft Law Clarifies That Exempt Employees Are Not Subject to Heightened Recordkeeping...

The D.C. Council has passed emergency legislation to address certain ambiguities in and other issues raised by D.C.’s Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act, which takes effect on February 26, 2015. As we noted last month, the...more

Reminder: FCC Recordkeeping Compliance

By no later than April 1, 2015, entities providing telecommunications, VoIP, or advanced communications services (email, text) must certify to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to their compliance in 2014 with the...more

New Public Employment Laws for 2015

Year in and year out, one thing is true: In California, there will always be new laws affecting employers, and 2015 is no exception. Below is a brief description of the laws that public sector employers need to be aware of...more

Updated OSHA Reporting and Recordkeeping Rule: What Employers Need to Know

As of January 1, 2015, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (“OSHA”) updated recordkeeping and reporting rule went into effect. The recordkeeping rule changed in two key ways: (1) the rule updated the...more

OSHA Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements: New Rules Effective January 2015

As of January 1, 2015, the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) requires employers to comply with new reporting and recordkeeping requirements. There are two major changes....more

Financial Regulatory Developments Focus - January 2015

In this issue: - Bank Prudential Regulation & Regulatory Capital - Bank Structural Reform - Credit Ratings - Derivatives - Enforcement - Financial Services - Recovery &...more

Has OSHA's Recent Shift Created The Most Complex Regulatory Requirements In History?

Pop quiz – What's the difference between a bakery, a liquor store and a lumber yard? According to OSHA, not much, when it comes to its newly-enacted reporting regulations....more

Reminder: New OSHA Recordkeeping Rules Took Effect January 1

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s revised illness and injury regulations took effect January 1 for employers in states with federal OSHA enforcement. States with their own OSHA enforcement programs...more

Countdown To July 1st: Preparing For California's Mandatory Paid Sick Leave

Beginning July 1, 2015, California employers, with limited exceptions, must grant every employee 24 hours or three paid sick days each year. Even employers who are already providing paid sick leave face potential liability...more

New OSHA Reporting Requirements Now In Effect

As 2015 begins, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is sharpening its emphasis on inspecting and citing employers who violate its recordkeeping standard. This takes on greater importance because of the...more

OSHA Regulations on Reporting Fatalities and Serious Injuries in Nevada

New OSHA regulations go into effect the first of this year that increase the reporting requirements for employers of more than 10 employees of work-related serious injuries. The December 22, 2014 article in theLas Vegas ...more

OSHA Ups the Ante: Changes to Your Injury Reporting Obligations in 2015

The Occupational Safety and Hazard Administration ("OSHA") is the federal agency within the Department of Labor that is tasked with reducing workplace hazards and implementing worker health and safety protections. To that...more

CFTC Extends Relief from Certain Recordkeeping Requirements

The Division of Swap Dealer and Intermediary Oversight and the Division of Market Oversight (Divisions) of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission expanded and extended the no-action relief previously granted to commodity...more

What Do OSHA’s Revised Recordkeeping and Reporting Rules Really Mean for Retailers?

As of January 1, 2015, OSHA’s recordkeeping and reporting requirements will change fairly dramatically, and retail is among the industries that will be impacted by these changes....more

OSHA Wants to Change Recordkeeping Rule to Pursue Violations for Up to Five Years After They Occur

Under current OSHA rules, employers must keep and retain certain records of workplace injuries, and if an employer neglects to keep the required records, OSHA can issue citations for the employer’s lack of compliance....more

Three OSHA Rule Changes all Employers Need to Be Aware of Heading Into 2015

Effective January 1, 2015, two new rules will go into effect by the U.S. Department of Labor – Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) that will impact most all employers. One rule relates to recordkeeping and...more

OSHA: Kinesiology Tape is “Medical Treatment” for Recordkeeping Purposes

You have probably seen kinesiology tape, also known as KT Tape or Kinesio Tape: those bright, neon-colored tape strips worn by runners, cyclists, athletes, triathletes, and folks at the gym. In a December 12 letter of...more

New OSHA Recordkeeping Rule Goes into Effect on January 1, 2015

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s revised recordkeeping rule goes into effect on January 1, 2015. OSHA’s recordkeeping rule requires covered employers to prepare and maintain records of serious occupational...more

Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - Volume IX, Issue 49

In this issue: - Delaware Chancery Court Declines to Dismiss Fraud Claims Against Private Equity Fund and Directors - Agencies Amend Regulatory Capital and Liquidity Coverage Ratio Rules - FINRA Proposes...more

OSHA Expands Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements

Effective January 1, 2015, the revised Occupational Safety & Health Administration recordkeeping and reporting rules will go into effect, expanding injury reporting requirements and imposing recordkeeping requirements on...more

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