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How Government Contractors Should Prepare for the Next Government Shutdown - A Five Point Plan

by Arnall Golden Gregory LLP on

Congress has yet to pass a long-term spending bill for fiscal year 2018, relying instead on a series of short-term continuing resolutions to keep the Government open. Even after the most recent Government Shutdown which began...more

Restructuring & Insolvency Newsletter - January 2018

by Reed Smith on

Welcome to the January 2018 issue of the R&I Alert, the newsletter produced by Reed Smith's Restructuring & Insolvency Group. ...more

The 2018 Government Shutdown – How Can Contractors Preserve Rights?

A short-term continuing resolution (CR) has re-opened our government after nearly three days of shutdown. But contractors suffered cost impacts over the past few days and may face more significant issues on February 8 if a...more

4 Key Trends In Workplace Class Action Litigation For 2017: #4 U.S. Supreme Court

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: The fourth and final key trend from our 14th Annual Workplace Class Action Litigation Report involves rulings by the U.S. Supreme Court. ...more

Navigating Government Shutdowns: Legal Issues for Federal Contractors

by McGuireWoods LLP on

With the end of the federal government shutdown that began on Jan. 20, 2018, there is a reasonable likelihood that the budget impasse will just be resurrected when yet another short-term funding extension enacted by Congress...more

A Contractor’s Guide to the Impending Government Shutdown

by Holland & Knight LLP on

With less than a day before the federal government's appropriated funding runs out, confidence in avoiding a potential shutdown is waning. Because of that, contractors should exercise prudence and immediately begin...more

Potential Government Shutdown – What Every Government Contractor Needs To Know

Once again, a government shutdown seems inevitable. During previous government shutdowns, government agencies and departments issued stop-work orders, grinding work on government projects and contracts to a halt. Contractors...more

Federal Shutdown Poses Risk For Private Employers With Federal Contracts, Especially In California

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: With the federal government shut down as of last Saturday, private employers – federal contractors especially – are considering their options....more

California Employment Law Notes - January 2018

Trial Court Erroneously Granted Bill Cosby's Anti-SLAPP Motion - Dickinson v. Cosby, 17 Cal. App. 5th 655 (2017) - After Janice Dickinson went public with her accusations of rape against Bill Cosby, Cosby's attorney...more

Web Exclusive December 2017: The Top 14 Labor And Employment Law Stories

by Fisher Phillips on

It’s hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While the law always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, there were an unprecedented number of changes each month in 2017. December was no different,...more

Employment Law - December 2017 #2

NLRB’s Noteworthy Developments - Recent decisions from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) find the board overturning two of its previously established standards. The NLRB overturned its standard for assessing the...more

California Employers Be WARNED: California WARN Act Applies to Temporary Layoffs

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

In a recent decision, a California Court of Appeal ruled for the first time that a temporary layoff is sufficient to trigger the protections of the California WARN Act (“Cal WARN”). In Int’l Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron...more

Employer Responsibilities Mount as California Fires Rage

by Littler on

While parts of Northern California are still reeling from damaging wildfires there two months ago, multiple fires are currently threatening Santa Barbara/Ventura, Los Angeles and Northern San Diego Counties. Fueled by high...more

California WARN Act Notice Requirements Apply to Temporary Layoff

by Farella Braun + Martel LLP on

The California Court of Appeal has held that the California Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notice (WARN) Act requires that employers notify employees of temporary layoffs, even if anticipated to last less than six...more

Be Fore-WARNed: California Really Is Peculiar

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth synopsis: Companies contemplating a mass layoff must comply with the federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act. In California, alas, companies must also consider the even more stringent requirements...more

You’ve Been Warned: California’s WARN Act Is Broader Than the Federal Warn Act

by Bryan Cave on

As with so many other situations involving California’s employment laws, its protection for California-based employees experiencing a job loss is broader than the protections under federal law. In The International...more

California’s WARN Act Applies to Temporary Layoffs

by Fisher Phillips on

A California appellate court has ruled that California’s WARN Act, which requires 60 days advance notice of “mass layoffs,” applies to temporary layoffs and furloughs. The case (Boilermakers Local 1998 v. Nassco Holdings,...more

Temporary Furloughs May Trigger California WARN Act Notice Obligations

by Littler on

A California Court of Appeals has held that temporary furloughs trigger notice obligations under the California Workers Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (CA-WARN). Specifically, the appellate court in The...more

Temporary Furloughs May Trigger California WARN Act Notice Obligations

by Littler on

A California Court of Appeals has held that temporary furloughs trigger notice obligations under the California Workers Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (CA-WARN). Specifically, the appellate court in The...more

Short-Term Layoffs Require Advance Notice Under California WARN

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: Like the Federal WARN Act, California’s WARN Act (Cal-WARN) requires employers to notify employees of certain covered layoffs that will affect them. The California Court of Appeal has now confirmed that...more

Third Circuit Rules That WARN Act's "Unforeseeable Business Circumstances" Exception Requires That Layoffs Be Probable, Not...

by Jones Day on

In Varela v. AE Liquidation, Inc. (In re AE Liquidation, Inc.), 866 F.3d 515 (3d Cir. 2017), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit became the sixth circuit court of appeals to rule that a "probability standard"...more

Acquirers Beware: Salary History Bans Impact Employment Diligence and Arrangements

New state and local laws might change employment salary due diligence and post-closing arrangements in M&A deals New state and local laws might change employment salary due diligence and post-closing arrangements in M&A...more

How to Craft an Employee Handbook Outside the United States or Whether to Issue One at All

by Littler on

Most all major U.S. employers, and many smaller ones, have issued and periodically update employee handbooks—staff guides explaining how the organization’s particular workplace works. U.S. human resources experts almost...more

Veil Piercing/Alter Ego Determinations – How Fund Managers Can Protect Themselves

A veil piercing claim can be a worst-case scenario for a private fund manager dealing with a struggling portfolio company investment – the company fails, and ensuing legal claims are brought not only against the portfolio...more

The Third Circuit Weighs In On The Warn Act

by Cole Schotz on

Short Summary- In In re AE Liquidation, Inc., 866 F.3d 515 (3d Cir. 2017), the Third Circuit answered two important legal questions under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act of 1988 (the WARN Act). ...more

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