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DOL Withdraws Obama-Era Interpretations On Independent Contractors and Joint Employment

USA - June 7 2017 On June 7, 2017, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced that it was withdrawing two informal guidances, namely a 2015 administrator...


Sexual Harassment Claim May Proceed Despite Lack Of Specificity In EEOC Charge

USA - May 31 2017 The Tenth Circuit recently reversed the dismissal of a quid pro quo sexual harassment claim and sent it back to the trial court for a trial, rejecting...


Retroactive Leniency Is Not A Reasonable Accommodation

USA - April 19 2017 Is an employer required to excuse misconduct that was the result of the employee’s disability? The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals recently looked at...


Employment & Labor in Wyoming: Lexology Navigator Q&A

USA - February 14 2017 A structured guide to employment and labor law in Wyoming......

Joanna R. Vilos.


Wyoming Legislature Convenes And Employment Bills Are On Deck

USA - February 3 2017 The Wyoming Legislature convened its general session on January 10, 2017. A bunch of interesting employment-related measures have been filed for the...