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Department of Labor proposes new overtime regulations

USA - July 21 2015 On June 30, 2015, the Department of Labor (the "DOL") released proposed modifications to its overtime exemptions under the federal Fair Labor…

Co-authors: Tal Marnin, Hailey Bair.

Employers must update their social media policies

USA - April 5 2012 According to a second report on social media cases issued by the Acting General Counsel of the federal National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) earlier this year (the first report was issued in August 2011), the federal National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) does not permit many of the provisions typically contained in social media policies.

Co-authors: Tal Marnin, Dan Woods.

Employers generally cannot require reasons for sick leave

USA - March 12 2012 Employers with sick leave or attendance policies that require a doctor's note to disclose the nature/reason for an absence should be wary of a recent California case (as well as a prior New York case relied on by the court in California).

Co-authors: Tal Marnin, Dan Woods.

Bell v. Office Depot: an alarming California trend seeking aggregate statutory damages in disability access litigation?

USA - May 26 2011 California's Unruh Civil Rights Act outlaws discrimination based on, among other things, disability.

Co-authors: John Rue, Jack E. Pace III, Dan Woods.