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Just in time for St Patrick's Day: new ADA bar accessibility requirements went into effect Thursday

USA - March 16 2012 New Americans with Disabilities Act requirements went into effect Thursday.

Make sure to review federal exemptions when fighting class actions in California: court finds truck route drivers' break claims preempted by FAAAA

USA - February 29 2012 Countless employers have now been faced with class action litigation, making claims for various deviations from the California Labor Code.

Say hello to your newest hiring manager: the government!

USA - January 27 2012 Whether you needed a new hiring manager or not, you just got one.

Class action waivers in arbitration agreements: one step forward, two steps back! Class action waivers a violation of the National Labor Relations Act

USA - January 10 2012 If you thought all the news from the NLRB these days had to do with Posters and Recess appointments, think again.

Misclassfied as a matter of law? Not so fast, say the Supremes!

USA - January 6 2012 The California Supreme Court recently addressed whether insurance claims adjusters qualify for the administrative exemption under California law.

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