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WEB EXCLUSIVE - July 2019: The Top 18 Labor And Employment Law Stories

USA - August 1 2019 It’s hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While the law always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, there have been an...

Usama Kahf, Rosemary S. Gousman, Todd A. Fredrickson, David J. Treibman, Travis W. Vance, Todd A. Lyon, Megan E. Walker, Kevin J. Burns, Benjamin Ebbink, Davis Bae, Alexander Wheatley, Stephen Scott, Margaret Burnham, Cheryl Pinarchick, Clarence Belnavis, Richard R. Meneghello, Micah Dawson, Greg Grisham, Jessica Causgrove, Anderson Scott, Edwin G. Foulke Jr., Arthur M. Wolfson, Kevonna Ahmad, Benjamin Ross, Lauren Bever, Christine Howard, Cheryl L. Behymer, Steven M. Bernstein, Shanon R. Stevenson, Ted Boehm, Susan M. Schaecher.

Scalia To Take Labor Department Reins: What Does It Mean For Employers?

USA - July 22 2019 The news that President Trump selected Eugene Scalia to take over as Labor Secretary late last week caught some employers by surprise; after all, it...

Travis W. Vance, Todd A. Lyon, Richard R. Meneghello, Edwin G. Foulke Jr., Cheryl L. Behymer, Shanon R. Stevenson, Ted Boehm.

What Labor Secretary Acosta’s Departure Means For Employers

USA - July 15 2019 When the news broke Friday afternoon that Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta would be resigning from his post, employers across the country began...

Todd A. Lyon, Richard R. Meneghello, Edwin G. Foulke Jr., Cheryl L. Behymer, Shanon R. Stevenson, Ted Boehm.

Web Exclusive: April 2019: The Top 16 Labor And Employment Law Stories

USA - May 1 2019 It’s hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While the law always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, there have been...

Megan Reese U'Sellis, Kathleen McLeod Caminiti, Megan E. Walker, Lariza A. Hebert, Melissa J. Osipoff, Marty Heller, Joshua Nadreau, Richard R. Meneghello, Monica Snyder, Courtney Leyes, Greg Grisham, Darcey Groden, Ashby Angell, Steven M. Bernstein, Jeffrey A. Fritz.

Labor Department’s Proposed Four-Factor Rule Would Limit Joint Employment

USA - April 1 2019 The U.S. Department of Labor just became the latest federal agency to propose a rule to limit the scope of joint employment liability, this time for...

Marty Heller, Richard R. Meneghello, Steven M. Bernstein.