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HR Director May Be Individually Liable Under FMLA

USA - March 23 2016 A recent Second Circuit case, Graziadio v. Culinary Institute of America, Case No. 15-888-cv (Mar. 17, 2016), offers a sobering lesson for human...

Employers May Soon Be Required To Report Pay Information in Their EEO-1 Reports

USA - February 9 2016 Employers, including federal contractors, who are required to file annual Employer Information Reports (also known as EEO-1 reports) with the U.S...

City Not Liable for Overtime with Respect to Police Officers’ Off-Duty Use of Work-Issued BlackBerrys

USA - December 17 2015 A Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) collective action lawsuit, filed over five years ago by Chicago police officers who claimed they were not paid...

Employer not liable under the ADA for failure to accommodate employee’s disability

USA - November 9 2015 A recent 7th Circuit case, Hooper v. Proctor Health Care, Inc., Case No. 14-2344 (7th Cir. 2015), serves as a reminder that a plaintiff cannot state...

Tips for drafting severance agreements to avoid scrutiny from the EEOC and NLRB

USA - October 7 2015 The EEOC and NLRB continue to actively review severance agreements, in addition to social media policies and employee handbooks. The provisions that...