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Construction
Law
Shop
Drawings & Submittals 101 From The Contractor’s Perspective
by
Kenneth Slavens |
Husch Blackwell LLP
American
Institute of Architects,
Architects,
Construction Industry,
Contractors,
Design Professionals
2018
Florida Legislature Amends Construction Statute Of Limitations And Repose
by
Jaret Fuente |
Carlton Fields
Amended
Legislation,
Construction Defects,
Construction Litigation,
Construction Project,
Real Estate Development,
Statute of Limitations,
Statute of Repose
Pennsylvania
Strengthens Contractor and Subcontractor Rights and Remedies Relating to Nonpayment in Recent Amendments to CASPA
by
John Gazzola |
Pepper Hamilton LLP
CASPA,
Contractors,
New Amendments,
Prompt Payment,
Remedies,
State and Local Government,
Subcontractors
Under
Louisiana Payment Act, Once Contractor Meets Contractual Requirements for Final Payment, Public Entity Has a Duty to Issue Final Payment and Has No Discretion to Withhold Payment Based on a Separate Claim Against Contractor
by
Luke Eaton |
Pepper Hamilton LLP
Appeals,
Construction Contracts,
Construction Disputes,
Construction Litigation,
Construction Project,
Delay Claims,
Liquidated Damages,
Mandamus Petitions,
Ministerial Decisions,
Prompt Payment,
Public Entities
Northern
District of Mississippi Finds That Non-Work Property Damages Are Not Subject to AIA’s Waiver of Subrogation Clause
by
Shannon Warren |
White and Williams LLP
American
Institute of Architects,
Architects,
Construction Contracts,
Construction Defects,
Construction Industry,
Construction Project,
Contract Terms,
Popular,
Property Damage,
Property Insurance,
Subrogation,
Waivers
Labor
& Employment Law
FEATURED
Maryland
Enacts Novel Sexual Harassment Reporting Requirement
by
Jay Fries |
FordHarrison
Corporate
Counsel,
Employer Liability Issues,
New Legislation,
Reporting Requirements,
Sexual Harassment,
State and Local Government,
State Labor Laws,
Surveys
NLRB
Vacates Recent Joint Employer Decision
by
Subhash Viswanathan |
Bond Schoeneck & King PLLC
Browning-Ferris
Industries of California Inc.,
Employer Liability Issues,
Joint Employers,
NLRA,
NLRB
Oklahoma
Voters Pass Broad Medical Marijuana Law With Anti-Discrimination Provisions
by
Catherine Cano,
Kathryn Russo |
Jackson Lewis P.C.
Anti-Discrimination
Policies,
Corporate Counsel,
Department of Health,
Employer Liability Issues,
Marijuana,
Medical Marijuana,
Physicians,
State and Local Government
Michigan
Repeals Prevailing Wage Act
by
Christina McDonald |
Dickinson Wright
Construction
Contracts,
Construction Industry,
Construction Project,
Prevailing Wages,
Wage and Hour
Massachusetts
set to become the state to offer the most far-reaching paid family leave program in the country
by
Richard Glovsky,
Sean Smith |
Locke Lord LLP
Employer
Liability Issues,
Medical Leave,
Minimum Wage,
Paid Family Leave Law,
Paid Leave,
Popular,
State Labor Laws,
Wage and Hour
The
FLSA Is 80 Years Old—Has It Made Us Wiser?
by
Nichole Atallah |
PilieroMazza PLLC
DOL,
Employer Liability Issues,
FLSA,
Minimum Wage,
Wage and Hour
New
York District Court Denies Conditional Certification of Class of Café Managers
by
Greg Mersol |
BakerHostetler
Class
Action,
Class Certification,
FLSA,
Navarro v Encino Motorcars
The
Final Chapter: The Supreme Court Overrules Abood In Janus V. AFSCME And Changes The Face Of Public Sector Labor Relations
by
Carlos Arévalo,
Julie Proscia |
SmithAmundsen LLC
Fair
Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Public Sector,
Public Sector Unions,
Unions
New
California Regulations On National Origin Going Into Effect
by
Meagan Bainbridge |
Weintraub Tobin
Employer
Liability Issues,
Employment Policies,
English-Only Rules,
FEHC,
National Origin,
National Origin Discrimination
BREAKING:
Supreme Court Rules “Fair Share Fees” Unconstitutional
by
Erin Walsh,
Jennifer Dunn,
Melissa Sobota |
Franczek Radelet P.C.
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Vermont
Passes Law Aimed At Sexual Harassment Prevention
by
Martha Van Oot,
Samuel Maxwell |
Jackson Lewis P.C.
Employer
Liability Issues,
Employment Policies,
Non-Disclosure Agreement,
Settlement Agreements,
Sexual Harassment,
State Labor Laws
Supreme
Court Rules Fair Share Fees are Unconstitutional
by
Adam Santucci,
Jennifer Will,
Langdon Ramsburg |
McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Let
Them Eat Cake: U.S. Supreme Court Admonishes Colorado Civil Rights Commission To Avoid Anti-Religious Bias
by
Kali Wellington-James,
Tracey Diamond |
Pepper Hamilton LLP
Administrative
Agencies,
Anti-Discrimination Policies,
Free Exercise Clause,
Free Speech,
LGBT,
Masterpiece Cakeshop Ltd v Colorado Civil Rights Commission,
Private Sector,
Religious Discrimination,
Reversal,
Same-Sex Marriage,
SCOTUS
Supreme
Court Decides Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Council 31, No. 16-1466
by
Aaron Van Oort,
Nicholas Nelson |
Faegre Baker Daniels
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Public Employees,
Public Sector Unions,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Association
Health Plans and the Use of Group Purchasing Power to Access Affordable Health Care
by
Dasha Brockmeyer |
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP
Association
Health Plans,
DOL,
Employee Benefits,
Employer Group Health Plans,
ERISA,
Health Insurance
Public
Sector Unions Cannot Compel Nonmembers To Pay Agency Fees, High Court Rules
by
Charles Zuver, Jr.,
Steven Ludwig |
Fox Rothschild LLP
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Supreme
Court Rules Unconstitutional Mandatory Fees Imposed On Non-Union, Public Sector Employees
by
Howard Bloom,
Patrick Egan,
Philip Rosen |
Jackson Lewis P.C.
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Abood-Face:
Supreme Court Of The United States Supplants 41 Years Of Precedent By Declaring Union Fair Share Fees Unconstitutional
by
Leighann Fink |
Roetzel & Andress
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
No
More Splitting The Check For “Fair Share” Public-Sector Union Fees
by
Alyssa Levy |
Sherman & Howard L.L.C.
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
UK
Statement of Intent Addresses Post-Brexit Status of EU Nationals in the UK
by
Jennifer Connolly,
Nicholas Hobson,
Yvette Allen |
Morgan Lewis
EU,
Foreign Nationals,
Immigrants,
UK,
UK Brexit
Are
Unions Facing the Eve of Destruction? Supreme Court Outlaws Agency Fees in the Public Sector
by
Mark Neuberger |
Foley & Lardner LLP
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
United
States Supreme Court Ruling on Agency Fees Favors Employers
by
Emily Paulus,
John Baker |
White and Williams LLP
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Breaking….Supreme
Court Issues Decision in Janus V AFSCME CO. 31 – Agency Shop Deemed Unconstitutional and Agency Fees May not be Continually Deducted without Affirmative Employee Consent
by
Zachary Schurin |
Pullman & Comley – School Law
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
[Webinar]
Arbitration Agreements With Class Action Waivers: Key Takeaways From the Supreme Court Decision in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, Ernst & Young LLP v. Morris and NLRB v. Murphy Oil USA, Inc., and Future Enforcement Issues – July 18th, 3:00pm ET
by
Erin Bolan Hines,
John Lewis,
Shareef Farag, … |
BakerHostetler
Arbitration,
Arbitration Agreements,
Class Action Arbitration Waivers,
Continuing Legal Education,
Epic Systems Corp v Lewis,
PAGA,
SCOTUS,
Webinars
One
Size Does Not Fit All When It Comes to Grief and Bereavement Leave
by
Jo Ellen Whitney |
Davis Brown Law Firm
Bereavement
Leave,
Best Practices,
FMLA,
Paid Leave,
Reasonable Accommodation,
Sick Leave
The
Supreme Court – June 27, 2018
by
Steven Wells,
Timothy Droske |
Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Apportionment,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Florida v Georgia,
Janus v AFSCME,
Justice Kennedy,
Original Jurisdiction,
Public Sector Unions,
Remand,
SCOTUS,
Water,
Water Rights
Supreme
Court Axes Mandatory Agency Fees for Public Sector Employees
by
Anu Thomas,
Meredith Dante,
Shannon Farmer |
Ballard Spahr LLP
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
U.S.
Supreme Court Reverses Course, Nixes Fair Share Fees for Unions
by
David Walker |
Barley Snyder
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Using
Salary History in Setting Compensation
by
Tracey Diamond |
Pepper Hamilton LLP
Compensation
& Benefits,
Employer Liability Issues,
Equal Pay,
Gender-Based Pay Discrimination,
Hiring & Firing,
Job Applicants,
Salary/Wage History,
Wage and Hour
Supreme
Court Deals Severe Blow to Unions
by
Edward Easterly |
Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A.
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Supreme
Court Strikes Down Compulsory Public Sector Union Membership – What Will The Impact Be?
by
Glenn Smith,
Jason Silver |
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
That’s
Mine and You Can’t Have It: The Supreme Court Tells Public-sector Unions to Get Their Hands Off Non-union Members’ Paychecks
by
Margaret Loveman |
Butler Snow LLP
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Supreme
Court Issues Janus Decision
by
Benjamin Shechtman,
Lauren Fox,
Michael Hanlon |
Cozen O’Connor
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Your
Daily Dose of Financial News
by
Michael Reif |
Robins Kaplan LLP
21st
Century Fox,
Apple v Samsung,
Blockchain,
Countrywide,
Cryptocurrency,
Disney,
Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT),
DOJ,
Fundraisers,
Janus v AFSCME,
Lyft,
Morgan Stanley,
Mortgages,
NY Supreme Court,
Patent Infringement,
SCOTUS,
Securitization,
Smartphones,
Steel Industry,
Stress Tests,
Tariffs,
Twentieth Century Fox
Court:
Disabled or not, worker must be able to perform essential job functions
by
Anna Proctor |
McAfee & Taft
ADA,
Appeals,
Disability Discrimination,
Former Employee,
Former Employer,
Hiring & Firing,
Job Descriptions,
Job Duties,
Leave of Absence,
Motion for Summary Judgment,
Reasonable Accommodation,
Retailers
Employment
Law – June 2018 #2
by
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
CA
Supreme Court,
Employee Handbooks,
Joint Employers,
NLRB,
PAGA,
Wage Theft
Supreme
Court Strikes Down Union-Shop Provisions in Public Sector, Unlikely to Follow Suit in Private Sector
by
L. Anthony George |
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Union Dues
In
a blow to public unions, SCOTUS holds that public employees cannot be required to pay union fees
by
James Petrie,
Nicholas Lanphear |
Bricker & Eckler LLP
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Congress
and the Trump Administration Cannonballs into the Tip Pool
by
Vincent Avery |
Akerman LLP – HR Defense
Deregulation,
Employer Liability Issues,
Food Service Workers,
Minimum Wage,
New Legislation,
Regulatory Reform,
Regulatory Standards,
Restaurant Industry,
Tip Credit,
Tipped Employees,
Tip-Pooling,
Tips,
Wage and Hour
New
DOL Guidance: Environmental/Social/Governance Investment Considerations
by
Hodgson Russ LLP
DOL,
Employee Benefits,
ERISA,
Fiduciary Duty,
Field Assistance Bulletins,
Investment Funds,
Investment Management,
New Guidance
Proposed
Regulations Would Make More Pennsylvania Employees Eligible for Overtime
by
John Buckley |
Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A.
Comment
Period,
Department of Labor & Industry,
Exempt-Employees,
FLSA,
Governor Wolf,
Minimum Wage,
Over-Time,
Proposed Regulation,
Public Comment,
Standard Duties Test,
State Labor Laws,
Wage and Hour,
White-Collar Exemptions
Supreme
Court Bars Mandatory Union Dues For Public Employees
by
Anthony Oncidi,
Arielle Kobetz |
Proskauer – California Employment Law
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Minimum
Wage Inches Closer to Reality for Tipped Workers in the District of Columbia
by
Denise Giraudo,
Jenna Mennona |
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP
Employer
Liability Issues,
FLSA,
Hospitality Industry,
Minimum Wage,
Restaurant Industry,
Tipped Employees,
Tip-Pooling,
Tips,
Wage and Hour
SCOTUS
Upholds Travel Restrictions
by
Ashley Diaz,
Jorge Lopez |
Littler
Appeals,
Establishment Clause,
Foreign Nationals,
Immigration and Nationality Act,
Immigration Reform,
Likelihood of Success,
Muslims,
National Origin Discrimination,
Presidential Decrees,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Travel Ban,
Trump Administration,
Trump v Hawaii
Workplace
Law Update For Washington Employers, Summer 2018 Edition
by
Catharine Morisset,
Evan Mix,
Kathleen Kline, … |
Fisher Phillips
Amended
Legislation,
Arbitration,
Arbitration Agreements,
Class Action Arbitration Waivers,
Employer Liability Issues,
Employment Policies,
Executive Orders,
Federal Arbitration Act,
Federal Contractors,
Governor Inslee,
Medical Leave,
New Regulations,
Paid Family Leave Law,
Paid Leave,
Paid Time Off (PTO),
Remand,
Reversal,
Rulemaking Process,
Savings Clause,
SCOTUS,
Sick Leave,
State Labor Laws
Supreme
Court Rules Unions Cannot Require Financial Support From Non-Member Public-Sector Employees
by
Andrew McKinley,
Mark Nelson |
Polsinelli
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Appellate
Court Of Massachusetts Finds That Reinsurer Must Pay Workers’ Compensation Benefits Of Bankrupt Self-Insured Employer
by
Jason Brost |
Carlton Fields
Appeals,
Popular,
Reinsurance,
Workers Compensation Awards
Modern
Slavery Bill 2018: An Action Plan
by
Rachel Bernasconi |
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Australia,
Child Labor,
Corporate Social Responsibility,
Forced Labor,
Human Rights,
Human Trafficking,
Legislative Agendas,
Proposed Legislation,
Regulatory Oversight,
Regulatory Requirements,
Reporting Requirements,
Risk Assessment,
Slavery,
Supply Chain
Are
Employers Required to Sign Employees’ Arbitration Agreements?
by
Drew York |
Gray Reed & McGraw
Arbitration,
Arbitration Agreements,
Class Action,
Class Action Arbitration Waivers,
Employer Liability Issues,
Employment Litigation,
Motion to Compel
Court
Not So Hostile to Employer in Hostile Work Environment Case
by
Anne Yuengert |
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
Age
Discrimination,
Anti-Harassment Policies,
Complaint Procedures,
Employment Policies,
Gender Discrimination,
Harassment,
Hostile Environment,
Internal Investigations,
Policies and Procedures,
Popular,
Religious Discrimination,
Retaliation,
Sexual Orientation Discrimination,
Summary Judgment
MSHA
Issues RFI for Safety Improvement Technologies and Belt Conveyors
by
Brent Clark,
Craig Simonsen,
Ilana Morady |
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Employer
Liability Issues,
Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA),
Mining,
Request For Information,
Workplace Safety
Massachusetts
Legislature Passes Compromise Bill Increasing Minimum Wage, Establishing Paid Family and Medical Leave
by
Mark Batten,
Samantha Regenbogen |
Proskauer – Law and the Workplace
Governor
Baker,
Medical Leave,
Minimum Wage,
Paid Family Leave Law,
Paid Leave,
Proposed Legislation,
Tipped Employees
Pick
up the phone
by
The Rosenbaum Law Firm P.C.
Benefit
Plan Sponsors,
Client Retention,
Retirement Plan Providers
Misconduct
revisited
by
Amanda Jones,
Gilla Harris,
Mark Hamilton, … |
Dentons
Dismissals,
Employee Misconduct,
Employer Liability Issues,
Employment Tribunals,
Hiring & Firing,
UK,
UK Employment Appeal Tribunal
Supreme
Court Bids Farewell to Mandatory Public-Sector Union Agency Fees in Janus Ruling
by
Jennifer Roselle,
Joseph Hannon,
Ryann Aaron |
Genova Burns LLC
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
California
to Implement Broad New National Origin Discrimination Protections
by
Doug Dexter,
James Baker |
Farella Braun + Martel LLP
Employer
Liability Issues,
English-Only Rules,
FEHC,
Harassment,
National Origin,
National Origin Discrimination,
New Rules,
State Labor Laws,
Unfair Immigration-Related Practices,
Weight Discrimination
Le
Comité Social Et Économique (Cse) : Quels Changements ?
by
Angéline Duffour,
Elise Farcy |
Cohen & Gresser LLP
Employee
Representatives,
France,
International Labor Laws,
Labor Reform,
President Macron
Big
Changes Coming for Baystate Employers: Paid Family & Medical Leave And Minimum Wage Increases
by
Joshua Nadreau |
Fisher Phillips
Anti-Retaliation
Provisions,
Blue Laws,
Employee Benefits,
Employee Contributions,
Employee Handbooks,
Employer Liability Issues,
Employment Policies,
Full-Time Employees,
Governor Baker,
Holiday Pay,
Medical Leave,
Minimum Wage,
New Legislation,
Notice Requirements,
Over-Time,
Paid Family Leave Law,
Paid Leave,
Rate of Pay,
Retail Workers,
Retailers,
State Labor Laws,
Tipped Employees,
Trust Funds,
Wage and Hour,
Work Schedules
Arkansas
Environmental Federation Health & Safety Seminar: July 12th, Little Rock, Arkansas- REMINDER
by
Walter Wright |
Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, P.L.L.C.
DOL,
Employer Liability Issues,
Environmental Policies,
Medical Marijuana,
OSHA,
State and Local Government,
Workplace Safety
Deep
Dive: Association Health Plans, Part 5: The Final AHP Rule
by
Brian Berglund |
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
Affordable
Care Act,
Association Health Plans,
DOL,
Employer Group Health Plans,
ERISA,
Executive Orders,
Health Insurance,
Trump Administration
Pan-European
Personal Pension products
by
Amanda Jones,
Gilla Harris,
Mark Hamilton, … |
Dentons
EU,
Member State,
Pensions,
UK,
UK Brexit
EEOC
Sues AMI Mechanical For Color and National Origin Discrimination
by
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Civil
Rights Act,
Disparate Treatment,
EEOC,
Employer Liability Issues,
Hostile Environment,
National Origin Discrimination,
Race Discrimination,
Retaliation,
Title VII
Supreme
Court Strikes Down Forced Public Sector Union Fees: What Will Unions And Employers Do Next?
by
Daniel Altchek |
Miles & Stockbridge P.C.
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Infrequent
Job Tasks May Still Be ADA Essential Function
by
Jonathan Crotty |
Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP
Canada,
Corporate Counsel,
Disability,
Dismissals,
Employment Litigation,
Essential Functions,
Wal-Mart
Supreme
Court Rules Against Public Sector Unions, Disallows “Fair Share” Fees for Public Employees
by
Benjamin Pratt,
Ivo Becica,
Michael Pepperman |
Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP
Appeals,
Constitutional Challenges,
Fair Share Contribution,
First Amendment,
Janus v AFSCME,
Non-Union,
Payroll Deductions,
Public Sector Unions,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Stare Decisis,
Union Dues
Flexible
benefits and discrimination compensation
by
Amanda Jones,
Gilla Harris,
Mark Hamilton, … |
Dentons
Compensation
& Benefits,
Discrimination,
Employer Liability Issues,
Health Insurance,
UK,
UK Employment Appeal Tribunal
MEWAs
and AHPs – what you need to know about the Association Health Plan Final Rule
by
Allison Wielobob,
Vanessa Scott |
Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP
Affordable
Care Act,
Association Health Plans,
DOL,
Employer Group Health Plans,
ERISA,
Executive Orders,
Final Rules,
Health Insurance,
MEWAs,
Trump Administration
Real
Estate – Residential
Disparate
Impact FHA Case Filed Asserting Discrimination In Minority Communities
by
Scott Badami |
Fox Rothschild LLP
Banks,
Disparate Impact,
Fair Housing Act (FHA),
Financial Institutions,
Race Discrimination
Real
Property, Financial Services, & Title Insurance Update: Weeks Ending June 15 & 22, 2018
by
Aaron Dunlap,
Alana Zorrilla-Gaston,
Christopher Smart, … |
Carlton Fields
Action
to Quiet Title,
Condition Precedent,
Condominium Associations,
Condominiums,
Consumer Financial Products,
Debt Collection,
Deutsche Bank,
Equitable Lien,
FCRA,
Financial Services Industry,
Foreclosure,
Foreign Judgments,
Fraudulent Transfers,
Insurance Code,
Midland Funding,
Mortgages,
Motion to Vacate,
Old Republic Title,
Personal Jurisdiction,
Restrictive Covenants,
Specific Jurisdiction,
Supplemental Jurisdiction,
TCPA,
Title Insurance,
US Bank National Association,
Wells Fargo
2017
Wisconsin Act 303 – New Law On Fees And What You NEED To Do
by
Daniel Miske,
Lydia Chartre |
Husch Blackwell LLP
Condominium
Associations,
Disclosure Requirements,
Fees,
Homeowners Association (HOA)
2018
South Carolina Legislation on Homeowners Associations – New Residential Real Estate Law Requires Public Access to Homeowner Association Documents, New Seller Disclosures and Authorizes State Government to Field Homeowner Complaints in South Carolina
by
John Carroll |
Nexsen Pruet, PLLC
Disclosure
Requirements,
Homeowners Association (HOA),
Office of Consumer Affairs,
Residential Real Estate Market
Expropriation
in South Africa – a changing landscape
by
Daniél Hofmeyr,
Vanessa Jacklin-Levin |
Dentons
Constitutional
Amendment,
Expropriation,
Property Owners,
South Africa
What
Landlords Need to Know about Iowa’s New Water Service Excise Tax
by
Jodie Clark McDougal |
Davis Brown Law Firm
Department
of Natural Resources,
Excise Tax,
Landlords,
Residential Leases,
Sales Tax,
Tenants,
Utility Fees,
Utility Tax,
Water,
Water Supplies
Firms & Companies You Follow
Justice
Kennedy To Retire
by
Robin E. Shea |
Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP
Judges,
SCOTUS
U.S.
Supreme Court Upholds Trump Travel Ban And Presidential Power
by
Willard Krasnow |
Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP
Appeals,
Establishment Clause,
Foreign Nationals,
Immigration and Nationality Act,
Immigration Reform,
Likelihood of Success,
Muslims,
National Origin Discrimination,
Presidential Decrees,
Reversal,
SCOTUS,
Travel Ban,
Trump Administration,
Trump v Hawaii
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