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Federal Judge Tosses Unpaid Intern Claims: Four Takeaways—and Good News—for Nonprofit Employers with Internship Programs

USA - August 30 2016 The legal requirements for unpaid internships have been in a state of flux the last several years. In Glatt v. Fox Searchlight Pictures, Inc., unpaid…

Co-authors: Jeffrey S. Tenenbaum.


New York City's New "Labor Peace" Executive Order: How Some Employers May be Required to Remain Neutral During Union Organization Campaigns

USA - August 10 2016 Employers have free speech rights during a union organization campaign. Just like a union, an employer may (and should) communicate with employees…


Transgender Employees and Restrooms in the Workplace: What Every Employer Needs to Know

USA - June 10 2016 Many employers may need to take a hard look at their workplace restroom policies for transgender employees. Earlier this year, the U.S. Equal…

Co-authors: Michael J. Volpe.


Transgender Employees and Restrooms in the Workplace: What Every Nonprofit Employer Needs to Know

USA - June 2 2016 Many nonprofit employers may need to take a hard look at their workplace restroom policies for transgender employees. Earlier this year, the U.S…

Co-authors: Jeffrey S. Tenenbaum.


Second Circuit gives a thumbs-down to private settlement agreements: what nonprofits need to know before settling federal wage and hour claims

USA - August 21 2015 Nonprofit employers sometimes struggle with whether to seek judicial or U.S. Department of Labor approval of their settlement agreements. Quite often…

Co-authors: Brian J. Turoff, Jeffrey S. Tenenbaum.

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