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Construction
Law
Hurricane
Season And Disaster Preparedness: Part 1 – Review Your Construction Contracts Now, Not After The Storm
by
Sean McChristian |
Porter Hedges LLP
Construction
Contracts,
Construction Industry,
Disaster Preparedness,
Hurricane Season,
Natural Disasters
Recent
reports and policy papers (UK construction focus)
by
Akin Akinbode,
Gurbinder Grewal,
Jane Miles, … |
Dentons
Construction
Industry,
Information Reports,
Infrastructure,
Outsourcing,
Policy Statement,
Public Projects,
Public Sector,
Technology,
UK,
UK Brexit
Asbestos
Enforcement: Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality Notice of Violation Addressing Conway County, Arkansas, Structure Demolition
by
Walter Wright |
Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, P.L.L.C.
Civil
Monetary Penalty,
Construction Project,
Demolition,
Department of Environmental Quality,
Enforcement Actions,
Environmental Violations,
Notice of Violation,
Pollution Control Board
Labor
& Employment Law
FEATURED
The
Latest Buzz: New Jersey Employer Must Reimburse Injured Employee for Cost of Medical Marijuana
by
Jeffrey Shooman,
Mark Saloman |
FordHarrison
Aiding
and Abetting,
Controlled Substances Act,
Corporate Counsel,
Decriminalization of Marijuana,
Disability Discrimination,
Employer Liability Issues,
Employment Litigation,
Employment Policies,
Federal v State Law Application,
Marijuana,
Medical Marijuana,
Medical Reimbursement,
Municipalities,
State and Local Government,
Workers’ Compensation Claim
Certificate
Of Relief: Reducing Employer Exposure For Hiring Employees With Certain Criminal Convictions
by
Sidney Minter,
Ted Nick Kazaglis |
Jackson Lewis P.C.
Criminal
Records,
Employer Liability Issues,
Hiring & Firing,
Job Applicants
Stopping
Traffick: Are There Slaves in Your Company’s Supply Chain?
by
Amy Groff,
John Sullivan III |
K&L Gates LLP
Agricultural
Sector,
Child Labor,
Code of Conduct,
Construction Industry,
Corporate Liability,
Corporate Social Responsibility,
Due Diligence,
Ethics,
Forced Labor,
Human Rights,
Human Trafficking,
Legislative Agendas,
Manufacturers,
Reputation Management,
Risk Management,
Slavery,
Suppliers,
Supply Chain,
Transparency
The
NLRB’s Recent Decision Lowers The Trigger For Employee Weingarten Rights
by
Beverly Alfon |
SmithAmundsen LLC
Employee
Rights,
Employer Liability Issues,
NLRB,
Union Representatives,
Unions,
Weingarten Rights
It’s
Finally Happened: Massachusetts Legislature Passes Non-Compete Reform
by
Richard Glovsky,
Sean Smith |
Locke Lord LLP
Employer
Liability Issues,
Employment Contract,
Hiring & Firing,
Non-Compete Agreements,
Restrictive Covenants
Hospital-Based
Medical Group Lacks Protectable Interest In Enforcing Restrictive Covenant Once Group Stops Performing Services At Hospital
by
Michael Brohman |
Roetzel & Andress
Employment
Contract,
Hiring & Firing,
Hospitals,
Popular,
Restrictive Covenants
Up
Against the Clock, New York City’s “Temporary Schedule Change” Law Goes Into Effect
by
Catherine Williams,
Hyatt Howard,
Lisa Cleary, … |
Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP
Employer
Liability Issues,
State and Local Government,
Wage and Hour,
Work Schedules
Funeral
Home Seeks SCOTUS Review Of Transgender Bias Case
by
Robin E. Shea |
Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP
EEOC,
Employer Liability Issues,
Gender Identity,
LGBT,
Sex Discrimination,
Title VII,
Transgender
Second-Guessing
The Advice Columns: Don’t Lie About Why You Terminated An Employee.
by
Robin E. Shea |
Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP
Employer
Liability Issues,
Hiring & Firing,
Termination,
Wrongful Termination
WPI
State of the States: Employer Liability, Harassment, and Salary History Bans Continue to Occupy State Legislatures
by
Michael Lotito |
Littler
Anti-Harassment
Policies,
Ballot Measures,
Employer Liability Issues,
FEHA,
Gender Identity,
Hiring & Firing,
Internal Reporting,
Legislative Agendas,
Local Ordinance,
New Legislation,
Non-Disclosure Agreement,
Paid Leave,
Privileged Communication,
Proposed Legislation,
Salary/Wage History,
Sex Discrimination,
Sexual Harassment,
Sick Leave,
USPTO,
Wage and Hour,
Work Schedules
At
Long Last, Non-Compete Legislation: Massachusetts Finally Passes Non-Compete Bill After Nearly a Decade
by
Dawn Mertineit,
Erik Weibust,
Katherine Perrelli |
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Choice-of-Law,
Confidential Information,
Employees,
Employment Contract,
Exempt-Employees,
Garden Leave,
Hiring & Firing,
Independent Contractors,
Intellectual Property Protection,
Legislative Agendas,
Misappropriation,
Non-Compete Agreements,
Pending Legislation,
Reformation,
Restrictive Covenants,
State and Local Government,
State Labor Laws,
UTSA,
Venue
Performance
Feedback For Millennials…By A Millennial
by
Sahara Pynes |
Fox Rothschild LLP
Employee
Evaluations,
Millennials,
Performance Reviews
MASSACHUSETTS
IS ON THE RISE! Increases In The Minimum Wage And Establishment Of A Paid Family And Medical Leave Program Strengthen Massachusetts’ Competitive Economic Environment
by
Rebecca Alperin |
Pepper Hamilton LLP
Holiday
Pay,
Minimum Wage,
New Legislation,
Paid Family Leave Law,
Payroll Taxes,
State and Local Government,
State Labor Laws,
Wage and Hour
DOL
Rule Relaxes Some AHP Requirements, Points To Other Protections
by
Bruce Arnold |
Husch Blackwell LLP
Association
Health Plans,
DOL,
Employee Benefits,
Employer Group Health Plans,
Health Insurance
How
An $80 Mistake Led To $2,250 In Damages And More Than $86,000 In Attorney’s Fees
by
Keith Paul Bishop |
Allen Matkins
Attorney’s
Fees,
Damages,
Employer Liability Issues,
Wages
SEC
Solicits Comment on Modernizing the Rules and Forms for Stock-Based Compensation
by
Adrian J. S. Deitz,
Andrea Nicolas,
Andrew Brady, … |
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
Amended
Rules,
Board of Directors,
Corporate Issuers,
Corporate Officers,
Disclosure Requirements,
Employee Stock Purchase Rights,
Equity Compensation,
Executive Compensation,
Financial Statements,
Form S-8,
Offerings,
Private Offerings,
Public Comment,
Publicly-Traded Companies,
Qualified Restricted Stock Units (RSUs),
Rule 701,
SEC,
Solicitation,
Stock Options,
Threshold Requirements
California
Supreme Court Rejects Employer Argument that It Need Not Pay for De Minimis Amounts of Time Worked by Employees
by
Jason Storck,
Marina Tsatalis,
Rebecca Stuart, … |
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
CA
Supreme Court,
De Minimis Claims,
Employer Liability Issues,
Employment Litigation,
FLSA,
PAGA,
Starbucks,
State Labor Laws,
Wage and Hour
Room
for improvement in workplace health and safety
by
Warren Beech |
Hogan Lovells
Employer
Liability Issues,
Energy Sector,
Health and Safety,
Mining,
OSHA,
Workplace Hazards,
Workplace Safety
Recent
FTC Settlement Confirms Enforcement Priority to Protect Employees From Employer Collusion
by
A. Christopher Young,
Barbara Sicalides,
Benjamin Eichel |
Pepper Hamilton LLP
Antitrust
Violations,
Competition,
FTC,
FTC Act,
Health Care Providers,
Home Health Agencies,
Non-Solicitation Agreements,
Section 5,
Settlement,
Unfair or Deceptive Trade Practices,
Wage-Fixing
Non-Compete
Reform Comes to Massachusetts
by
Jody Newman |
Hogan Lovells
Employment
Contract,
Garden Leave,
Legislative Agendas,
Non-Compete Agreements,
Pending Legislation,
State and Local Government
Data
Confirms Significant Uptick in H-1B and L-1 RFEs and Denials
by
Melissa Manna |
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
H-1B,
Immigration Procedures,
L-1 Visas,
Request for Examination,
USCIS,
Visas
Non-Compete
Legislation Clears Major Hurdle
by
Christopher Lindstrom,
Emily Grannon Fox |
Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP
Employment
Contract,
Governor Baker,
Non-Compete Agreements,
Pending Legislation,
Restrictive Covenants
Massachusetts
Legislature Passes Comprehensive Noncompete Reform
by
Kevin Burke,
Melissa McDonagh |
Littler
Choice-of-Law,
Employment Contract,
Hiring & Firing,
Legislative Agendas,
Non-Compete Agreements,
Pending Legislation,
Restrictive Covenants,
State and Local Government,
State Labor Laws,
Venue
Non-Compete
News: Massachusetts Legislature Passes Non-Compete Legislation
by
FordHarrison
Choice-of-Law,
Employment Contract,
Hiring & Firing,
Intellectual Property Protection,
Legislative Agendas,
Non-Compete Agreements,
Pending Legislation,
Restrictive Covenants,
State and Local Government,
State Labor Laws,
Venue
Supervisors
Can Have Personal Liability for Employment Discrimination
by
Michael LaVelle |
Pullman & Comley – Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Law
Civil
Rights Act,
CT Supreme Court,
Employment Discrimination,
FEPA,
Personal Liability,
Supervisors,
Title VII
[Podcast]:
New York City Temporary Schedule Change Law
by
Harris M. Mufson,
Laura Fant |
Proskauer – Law and the Workplace
Earned
Sick Time,
Employer Liability Issues,
Medical Leave,
Notification Requirements,
Paid Family Leave Law,
Safe Time,
State Labor Laws,
Wage and Hour,
Work Schedules
What
Tech Companies Need to Do to Combat Retaliation
by
NAVEX Global
EEOC,
Retaliation,
Technology Sector
How
USDOL’s So-Called “20% Rule” Has Obscured the FLSA’s Definition of a “Tipped Employee”
by
Ted Boehm |
Fisher Phillips
20%
Rule,
DOL,
Employer Liability Issues,
FLSA,
Job Duties,
Minimum Wage,
Tip Credit,
Tipped Employees,
Tips,
Wage and Hour
Job
Applicants and Employees with Criminal Charges and Convictions: What Can an Employer Do?
by
Paula Ardelean |
Butler Snow LLP
Ban
the Box,
Best Practices,
Criminal Background Checks,
EEOC,
Employer Liability Issues,
Employment Discrimination,
Hiring & Firing,
Job Applicants,
Negligent Hiring
Once
More Unto the Breach: Massachusetts Inching Closer to Noncompete Reform
by
Joshua Nadreau |
Fisher Phillips
Employment
Contract,
Garden Leave,
Governor Baker,
Non-Compete Agreements,
Pending Legislation,
State Labor Laws
Hospital
Not Liable For Retaliatory Discharge
by
Kara Shea |
Butler Snow LLP
Appeals,
Burden of Proof,
Confidential Employer Investigations,
Employer Liability Issues,
Hiring & Firing,
Hospitals,
Human Resources Professionals,
Poor Job Performance,
Protected Activity,
Race Discrimination,
Racist Remarks,
Retaliation,
Salespersons,
Workplace Investigations,
Wrongful Termination
Client
Alert: Massachusetts Legislature Passes Long-Awaited Non-Compete Law
by
Amy Condon,
Timothy Van Dyck |
Bowditch & Dewey
Employment
Contract,
Exemptions,
Garden Leave,
Governor Baker,
New Legislation,
Non-Compete Agreements,
State Labor Laws
Is
Your Dealership Taking Advantage Of Employment Arbitration?
by
Matthew Simpson |
Fisher Phillips
Arbitration,
Car Dealerships,
Class Action Arbitration Waivers,
Employment Contract,
Employment Discrimination,
Employment Policies,
Mandatory Arbitration Clauses,
NLRB,
Sexual Harassment
NLRB
Revisiting Use of Employer E-Mail Systems
by
Steven Gutierrez |
Holland & Hart – Employers’ Lawyers
Amicus
Briefs,
Electronic Communications,
Email Policies,
Employer Liability Issues,
NLRA,
NLRB,
Public Comment,
Purple Communications,
Section 7,
Unions
OSHA,
Too? Will OSHA Citations Also Be Invalidated in the Wake of the Jones Brothers Case?
by
David Klass,
Travis Vance |
Fisher Phillips
Administrative
Agencies,
Administrative Proceedings,
ALJ,
Appointments Clause,
Citations,
Lucia v SEC,
Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA),
Mining,
OSHA,
OSHRC,
SEC
OSHA
Proposes to Rescind Major Portions of its Electronic Reporting Rule
by
Benjamin Mounts,
Thomas Metzger |
Littler
Deregulation,
Electronic Reporting,
Employer Mandates,
OSHA,
Proposed Rules,
Recordkeeping Requirements,
Regulatory Oversight,
Regulatory Reform,
Regulatory Requirements,
Reporting Requirements,
Workplace Injury,
Workplace Safety
NLRB’s
Position on Unions’ Right to Use Employers’ Email Could Change
by
Micah Saul |
McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC
Email
Policies,
Employee Rights,
NLRB,
Protected Activity,
Purple Communications,
Regulatory Oversight,
Regulatory Reform,
Regulatory Standards,
Union Organizers,
Unions
Littler
Global Guide – Brazil – Q2 2018
by
Renata Neeser |
Littler
Brazil,
Cooperative Compliance Regime,
Employees,
Employment Records,
International Labor Laws,
Reporting Requirements
Littler
Global Guide – Australia – Q2 2018
by
Naomi Seddon |
Littler
Australia,
Child Labor,
Corporate Social Responsibility,
Forced Labor,
Hiring & Firing,
International Labor Laws,
Minimum Wage,
New Legislation,
Slavery,
Supply Chain,
Unfair Dismissal,
Wage and Hour
OFCCP
Issues “What Contractors Can Expect” Guidance
by
Connie Bertram,
Guy Brenner |
Proskauer – Government Contractor Compliance & Regulatory Update
Chief
Compliance Officers,
Federal Contractors,
New Guidance,
OFCCP,
Professional Conferences,
Technical Conference,
Town Hall Meetings,
Training Requirements,
Transparency
Federal
Preemption of State and Local Paid Sick Leave Laws
by
Benjamin Nucci,
William Hayden |
Snell & Wilmer
Employer
Liability Issues,
Legislative Agendas,
Paid Leave,
Preemption,
Sick Leave,
State and Local Government,
State Labor Laws,
Wage and Hour,
Work Schedules
Advice
For 401(k) Plan Providers On Hosting Events
by
The Rosenbaum Law Firm P.C.
Real
Estate – Residential
The
State AG Report Weekly Update August 2018 #1
by
Bernard Nash,
Lori Kalani |
Cozen O’Connor
Attorneys
General,
DOL,
ERISA,
FTC,
Mortgage Lenders,
Popular
House
of Representatives Again Passes Private Property Rights Protection Act
by
Bryan Wenter, AICP |
Miller Starr Regalia
Eminent
Domain,
Fifth Amendment,
Just Compensation,
Private Property,
Takings Clause
Florida
Statute of Limitations Update: Third DCA Certifies Conflict with Fifth DCA and Finds that a Foreclosure Judgment can Include all Amounts Due and Owing Regardless of Default Date
by
Brendan Herbert,
Michael De Simone,
Steven Brotman, … |
Locke Lord LLP
Foreclosure,
Mortgage Lenders,
Mortgages,
Popular,
Statute of Limitations
Time
for Localities to Enter the Era of Airbnb
by
Andrew McRoberts |
Sands Anderson PC
AirBnB,
Land Use Restrictions,
Local Ordinance,
Municipalities,
Vacation Rentals,
VRBO.com,
Zoning Laws
8th
Circuit Upholds Dismissal of Borrower’s Challenge to Foreclosure on Res Judicata Grounds
by
Weiner Brodsky Kider PC
Appeals,
Borrowers,
Deficiency Judgments,
Foreclosure,
Judgment on the Pleadings,
Reaffirmation,
Res Judicata,
Set-Asides,
Settlement Agreements,
Voluntary Dismissals
San
Francisco’s HOME-SF Density Bonus Program: Three Key Changes Important to Developers
by
Ashley Breakfield,
Charles J. “CJ” Higley |
Farella Braun + Martel LLP
Administrative
Appeals,
Affordable Housing,
Board of Supervisors,
Density Bonus,
Expedited Approval Process,
Land-Use Permits,
Local Ordinance,
Real Estate Development,
Real Estate Investments,
Residential Real Estate Market,
San Francisco,
Urban Planning & Development
FHA
to Reduce False Claims Act use in FHA Lending
by
Weiner Brodsky Kider PC
Banks,
False Claims Act (FCA),
Federal Housing Administration (FHA),
FHA Loans,
Fraud,
Lenders,
Misrepresentation
Repeal
of the Personal Property Like-kind Exchange (… or, the Swap of §1031 for Increased Bonus Depreciation and Expensing)
by
Christopher Rogers |
Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, P.L.L.C.
Capital
Gains,
Depreciation,
Like Kind Exchanges,
Personal Property,
Real Estate Investments,
Section 1031 Exchange,
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,
Tax Deductions,
Tax-Deferred Exchanges
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